CIA / “Wikileaks” spread Fake Rumor about Hugo Chavez Death in Cuba
ED Note: We have been tracking and debunking “Wikileaks” for the last year + With their War Propaganda, convenient Loose Leaks, and with their ties to George Soros… It seems obvious that wikileaks has become nothing more than another player in the “infowar”
- The irony here? The CIA et al are (IMO) Covering up for the Very Real Death of Fidel Castro, and are now running that country. (I was told by a gentleman at the Rockefeller Inst. that Raoul Castro was in “their” pocket! I have it on tape) – It should be noted that Cuba is the only country in the west, and one of just a few in the world that are Total blacked out from normal communications, and therefor the eyes of the world either need to have someone inside, or just “trust” what is put out my authorities; to know what is really happening there.
Postulating this Chavez rumor is an obvious attempt to inspire an uprising and power vacuum in Venezuela.If I am Hugo, I am getting back home ASAP!
I hate disclaimers…. But we are NOT supporters of MR Chavez, whom looks for all the world like another Stooge Dictator. Sorry. ~ Jack Blood
Is Hugo Chavez dead?
Twitter is buzzing on the matter, but it’s all apparently due to a Twitter account called Wikileaks Argentina, which has nothing to do with the actual Wikileaks, but has been tweeting the same Chavez death rumor since yesterday morning. And since it has Wikileaks in its handle, and since it uses the same icon as the actual Wikileaks account, it’s suckering in a few people.
All that being said, by multiple accounts Hugo Chavez is quite sick, having gone to Cuba for surgery. Some reports have him in critical condition.
For what it’s worth, the Venezuelan government has denied that he’s in critical condition.
Perhaps the brightest red flag out there is the official Hugo Chavez twitter account, which has been tweeting up a storm lately, in what might come off to some as over-compensation.
The latest tweet says:
Llegaron Rosinés y mis nietos Gaby, Manuelito y El Gallito a visitarme. Ah, qué felicidad recibir este baño de amor! Dios me los bendiga!
Which means according to Google Translate:
Rosines and grandchildren came Gaby, Manuelito and El Gallito to visit. Ah, what bliss to receive this bath of love! God bless me!
An earlier one says:
Epa, qué emoción siento viendo y oyendo desde esta trinchera cómo avanza LaGranMisiónViviendaVenezuela! Qué orgullo siento por mi pueblo!!
Hey, what emotion am seeing and hearing from the trenches how to advance the Great Commission Housing Venezuela! What pride I feel for my people!
Housing? Not exactly what you’d expect anyone in any condition of sickness to be tweeting.