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Commentary on the newly found reporting acumen...

Interesting to see the newly found acumen of anglo-speaking reporters vis-a-vis Venezuela. Nonetheless I am quite happy to read Adams-like articles for it's obvious that the democratic veil of Chavez has fallen.

At times when all the oil producers worldwide are desperate to enter into the American market, our failed coupster seeks to sale CITGO and head to... Argentina??? Good thing that Shell returned the favour by communicating that their assets in Argentina and Chile were not for sale. As we know Chavez ordered the stoppage of crude supply to the Hovensa refinery in St. Croix (joint venture where Shell has a stake).