He’s BA-ACK, bitches!

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Who’s he? Unless you’ve been living under a rock these last few weeks, you really ought to know:

On Monday, the executive cabinet of the Bolivarian government celebrated the return to Venezuela of president Hugo Chávez, who returned to Caracas after completing the first stage of his recuperation in Havana, Cuba, where he had surgery last December 11.

The president of the National Assembly, Diosdado Cabello, wrote on his Twitter account that the head of state is now “in his hospital room at the Carlos Arvelo military hospital,” located in Caracas.

“The comandante is back in his homeland,” wrote Cabello, after relating that Chávez had returned around 2:30 in the morning. “The Comandante is back in his country, our brother, our compañero, our comrade, once more is with us,” he added.

For his part, Venezuelan foreign minister Elías Jaua Milano, expressed jubilation over the arrival of the president, and gave thanks for the great show of solidarity with the head of state: “Let’s go, Comandante. Ever onward to victory. Thanks to the noble people for so much love and loyalty!”

The minister for science, technology and innovation, Jorge Arreaza, ratified that Chávez is now in the military hospital, “ready to continue with his treatments”.

Upon his arrival, the president personally wrote in his Twitter account, @chavezcandanga: “We’ve arrived once more in our Venezuelan homeland. Thanks be to God! Thank you, beloved people! We will continue the treatment here!”

In two subsequent messages, Chávez informed that he would be continuing his treatment in Caracas and also relayed his gratitude to the Cuban people, to president Raúl Castro, and to revolutionary leader Fidel Castro: “Thank you Fidel, Raúl, and all of Cuba! Thank you, Venezuela, for so much love!”

“I remain true to Christ and confident in my doctors and nurses. Ever onward to victory! We will live and overcome!”

Translation mine.

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Nope, he sure as hell ain’t dead yet. He’s up and tweeting, and well enough to travel. And, in a characteristic Chavecito move, he did it in the wee hours of the morning, when escualidos and imperialists are all either asleep or dead drunk.

Meanwhile, Chavecito’s good friend Fidel isn’t holding back, either. I’ll spare you the introductions and just translate the venerable Comandante’s letter:

Dear Hugo:

I am very satisfied that you could return to the piece of American soil you love so much, and to the people who support you so much.

It took a long and anguished wait, your astonishing physical resistance, and the total consecration of ten years of doctors’ work, to reach this objective.

It is absolutely just to make mention of the insuperable constancy of your closest family members, your revolutionary companions, the Bolivarian Armed Forces who have been re-armed and re-equipped by you, and the honest persons of the world who have expressed their sympathies.

The Venezuelan people deserve special mention for their daily shows of enthusiastic and irreducible support. That deserves a happy return to Venezuela.

You have learned much from life, Hugo, in those hard days of suffering and sacrifice. Now that we no longer have the privilege of receiving news of you every day, we return to the method of correspondence we have used for years.

We live always striving for justice between human beings, without fear of the years, the months, the days or the hours, aware, humbly, of what it means for us to live in the most critical period in the history of our humanity. Our people, which is also yours, will know tomorrow in this same way that you have returned to Venezuela.

Everything must be done with great discretion, so as not to give opportunity to fascist groups to plan their cynical actions against the Bolivarian revolutionary process.

When the socialist bloc fell and the Soviet Union disintegrated, imperialism and its blockade tried to drown the Cuban Revolution in blood; Venezuela, a relatively small country in a divided America, proved capable of hindering it. Not to mention the numerous countries of the Antilles, Central and South America, which Venezuela was able to help in addition to its own great economic and social plans. For that reason, all the honest people of the world have been closely following “the health and the news of Chávez”.

Ever onward to victory! A strong embrace!

Fidel Castro Ruz

8:35 p.m, February 17, 2013.

So, there you go, crap media. You can now stop your anxious twittering and irresponsible speculating about why you haven’t heard boo from Cuba or Chávez until now. It’s so you can’t help the oppos, the escualidos and the imperialists hatch their “freedom” plans for Venezuela — which, in any event, is already freer than you’ll ever be.

Oh, and one more thing:

I have scooped you motherfuckers yet again. Neener, neener, nee-nerrrrrr!

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2 Responses to He’s BA-ACK, bitches!

  1. Jim Hadstate says:

    And another neener from the Peanut Gallery.

    One thing that struck me about the pictures with his daughters and the return to Venezuela is the fact that he looks so much better than after that last cancer surgery. That says to me that they must have caught this one a whole lot sooner than the last one. Even the respiratory thing didn’t take a toll on him much.

    I can understand the hoarseness. The last 2 times I had surgery it took 6+ weeks to get my voice back to normal from that intubator. The last time the ENT guy thought he was going to have to operate on my larynx to get it to take the slack out of the vocal cords (that’s what causes the hoarseness). Fortunately, it cleared up on its own.

    I hope the NY Topless and the Washington SewerPost, along with the Miami Whore have the good grace to at least blush. After all their panting and heavy breathing about FINALLY getting a “democratic” government in Venezuela with Chavez dead, I guess the CIA and they will have to go back to the drawing board.

    As if that little traitor, coup leading son-of-bitch would know anything about a democratic government. I still think that El Comandante should have him shot as the first order of business now that he’s back home. But, he won’t because he believes in the rule of law too much, unlike that little bastard. If the tables were turned, you can bet, Chavez would be dust in a grave by now.

    OK, rant for today done.

    • Dang, Jim, that was righteous. Capriles is gonna have some ‘splainin’ to do…if he doesn’t fuck off for Miami in the end, like all the other oceangoing trash.

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