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Latin America Shifts Left?





kripesh
Bolivian President Evo Morales became the latest member of Latin America's contingent of leftist heads of government.So the list is increasing. Is the World changing towards left?South America is defenitly is.Here are the list of Countries which rules by Left

1.Bolivia's Evo Morales
2.Argentina's Nelson Kirchner
3.Chili's Michelle Bachelet
4.Uruquay's Tabaré Vázquez
5.Brazil's Luiz Inacio

Next month, Ollanta Humala, another Chavez acolyte, could win power in Peru's elections. In Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega is threatening a comeback.
And last but not the least Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.

I think Chavez is really making an inpact in South America.Will he change this world? Lets wait and watch.
Ref:
http://www.internationalviewpoint.org/article.php3?id_article=717&var_recherche=lula
http://www.independent.org/newsroom/article.asp?id=1483


~Arun
maclui
Yes it is true latin america is turning left as the old system did not do anything for the poor. Chavez is a visionary leader how ever he does not have enough brain, what he has is 400 years petroleum reserve so he thinks he can change the world. Now that energetics are the center of gravity of politics latin america has great chances to challenge the empire because many latin american countries have not exploted their resources thus making them rich in fossil fuels. I think the next country in the list is Mexico with AMLO.
horseatingweeds
I think south America could rival China if it got it’s donkey into gear. They have the population but also the square footage, or square meterage, than the Chinese lack. They are also moving toward renewable corn fuels, and if those fellows can do anything….it’s grow corn.

Buy South American! Think about your children.
kripesh
Just now read this article, very interesting
Chavez dreams of a continental shift
http://www.canada.com/nationalpost/news/story.html?id=873dbe55-ea82-4734-b4d7-f76ddf0b12a3&k=91407
polarBear
1.Bolivia's Evo Morales -+ left-oriented
2.Argentina's NESTOR Kirchner everything but left
3.ChilE's Michelle Bachelet everything but left. Perhaps not even a socialist.
4.Uruquay's Tabaré Vázquez -+ left-oriented
5.Brazil's Luiz Inacio LULA DA SILVA everything but left


Three of the five are much more of right-wing-tools than anything else. Two were misspelled. Where do you live? How dare you speak about people whose names you can't even SPELL?

If you can tell me how come this people represent a shift to the left, I might even read the complete post. If you can tell me exactly what are the conditions under which the people of this countries live, I will even take you seriously.

Otherwise, this means nothing to me, as should not mean anything to anybody.

People, realize that you can't buy a book by its cover.
kripesh
polarBear wrote:
1.Bolivia's Evo Morales -+ left-oriented
2.Argentina's NESTOR Kirchner everything but left
3.ChilE's Michelle Bachelet everything but left. Perhaps not even a socialist.
4.Uruquay's Tabaré Vázquez -+ left-oriented
5.Brazil's Luiz Inacio LULA DA SILVA everything but left


Three of the five are much more of right-wing-tools than anything else. Two were misspelled. Where do you live? How dare you speak about people whose names you can't even SPELL?

If you can tell me how come this people represent a shift to the left, I might even read the complete post. If you can tell me exactly what are the conditions under which the people of this countries live, I will even take you seriously.

Otherwise, this means nothing to me, as should not mean anything to anybody.

People, realize that you can't buy a book by its cover.


Better you control you language okay. Spelling is just a technical thing. Perception and politics has nothing to do with 'spelling'. Don't try to be a spell checker at Frihost.
kripesh
polarBear wrote:
Otherwise, this means nothing to me

Hey Man...Who invited you to this thread?If you don't like it stay way. Don't try to teach things okay.
kripesh
polarBear wrote:
Michelle Bachelet everything but left. Perhaps not even a socialist.


LOL
Check cout this
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4613864.stm
And also check out my living place
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerala

Especially Read this part:
A new Legislative Assembly was also created, for which elections were held in 1957. These resulted in a communist-led government one of the world's first headed by E.M.S. Namboodiripad. Subsequent radical reforms introduced by the Namboodiripad government favoured tenants and labourers this facilitated, among other things, improvements in living standards, education, and life expectancies.
polarBear
Quote:
Hey Man...Who invited you to this thread?If you don't like it stay way. Don't try to teach things okay.
You invited us all by posting it. If you don't want people to comment on your stuff, don't show it.

Quote:
Don't try to be a spell checker at Frihost.
Why? Don't you want to know people by their real name? And, if you don't even know how this presidents are called, where did you manage to know about their political orientation?
Imagine this:

I start a thread about the President of the United States, mr. Ernst Bushe, and begin talking about his strong buddhist faith. Who is Ernst Bushe? How did I get to know about him being a buddhist? The real answer would be that I pulled both facts (his name and faith) from my arse.

If you don't even know how he's called then I just can't expect you to know anything about the man himself, or his political orientation, or his means of government. Anything. As I said,
me wrote:
this means nothing to me
.
You could astonish me by saying something I might feel like true, and then I would have to agree with you, but it's not the case.

As for the BBC note, the last REAL socialist in Chile was Mr. Salvador Isabelino Allende Gossens, and the foreign press wrote a huge amount of crap about him.

Chinese press, American press and Russian press wrote real WONDERS about Anastasio Somoza, J.R. Videla, A. Pinochet, and some other murderer bastards that dedicated their lives to the massive assasination of their own country inhabitants.
Pol Pot's press also talked wonders about him, and Kim Sung Il's press did the exact same thing.

If you pretend to know anything about anybody or his country, get ALL the information (books, press releases, personal testimonials, your own experience -travelling to that country-, and so on), you can possibly get, and then produce your own conclusions.

I quote myself again:
me wrote:

If you can tell me how come this people represent a shift to the left, I might even read the complete post. If you can tell me exactly what are the conditions under which the people of this countries live, I will eve


Don't get pissed off
, answer, and prove I'm wrong. Please, do it. Please.

PS: I just realised you are Malaysian. My parents are american, I'm american too. I was born in Argentina, raised in Japan and only came back to Seattle four years ago. So?? what does that modify about anything
nopaniers
Yes. South America taking a left turn. There's a lot of elections this year.
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