Eva Golinger on Hugo Chavez and the History of Venezuela and the US, interviewed by Cindy Sheehan

by Cindy Sheehan
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July 24, 2011

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This Sunday (July 24th), Cindy brings back Venezuelan/American Attorney and author Eva Golinger (with first name pronounced like ave a in “save a buck”), our soapbox’s visiting expert in all things Venezuelan and general good friend.  She starts by discussing the health of & prognosis for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, currently undergoing chemotherapy in Cuba following his recent cancer surgery.  Incredibly hard-working, Chavez finally had a significant health problem to overcome.  But evidently, surgeons got 100% of the tumor, and the chemotherapy is a cautionary procedure to ensure the tumor won’t come back.  He’s effectively back to work again – from his residence for treatment in Cuba.  Eva discusses his health situation and its consequences.  Cindy and Eva discuss the political implications of the situation, as well as a fascinating and revelatory history of interactions between Venezuela and the U.S.A. – especially history between, say, 1970 and today.


Cindy Sheehan’s Soapbox: Transcript 24 July, 2011 with Eva Golinger


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