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Pulitzer Center Endorsed Topic & Updates: Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez, US policies, and Latin America: A Black-American Experience!®

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Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez, US policies, and Latin America A Pulitzer Center Endorsed Topic Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott: A Black-American Experience!®

Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez, US policies, and Latin America A Pulitzer Center Endorsed Topic Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott: A Black-American Experience!®

Pulitzer Center Endorsed Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott on A Black-American Experience!®

Pulitzer Center Endorsed Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott on A Black-American Experience!®

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting: By  Tres Mali Scott

President Chavez’s hostility toward journalist makes me pray that he does not get paranoid, since he puts TV stations out of business and does not allow media that “he” criticized for involvement in the opposition movement against him.

The problem is international, the US  has the highest rate among industrialized countries of individuals “living with AIDS” (Scott, 2008). The better health care the longer individuals live (Scott, 2008).

The Amazonian jungles are located in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, which is bordering to Brazil and considered Latin America. President Hugo Chavez is a left-wing former army officer. As President, he has survived since 1998. Help the world survive!!!!!

Socialism is not American, it does not allow improvement. I pray that Hugo Chavez finds ways to include improvement, education, medical treatment, and employment opportunities. Much of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela lives in poverty. “Sex tourism” comes from deeply divided and largely impoverished areas (Scott, 2008).

President Chavez has the ability financially to assist in reducing the AIDS problem. Other countries do  have different the values that the USA has, I hope values “human life” as much as he does the world’s largest oil deposits, large quantities of coal, iron ore, bauxite, gold,petroleum, steel, chemicals, agricultural products, and basic manufactures which are his main exports (BBC, 2008).

The USA sees President Chavez as a security threat, being hostile toward journalist tells about treatment of people. The BBC News Reports his leadership is Cuban-style, a major concern!

For the full article go to: Pulitzer Center Endorsed Titles through HeliumWhere Knowledge Rules

Update 1/6/2009

President Hugo Chavez per http://foxnews.com today has:

  • an anti-Israel campaign
  • a synagogue has been vandalized in Venezulea
  • a computer data base with Jews names and addresses in Venezula has been stolen
  • much of anti-Israel internet information is government sponsored
  • Chavez’s declaration includes these words, “[…] Jewish, Catholic, Protestant, or any other[…]”

Americans do not forget that churches have been burned here in the United States of America and for travel to India the US Government warns American citizens about:

  1. Anti-Western Movements
  2. Anti-Christian Movements

Update 06/27/2009
According to The Beverly Hills Courier on June 26, 2009, International Human Rights Lawyers have listed abuses and prosecutions of political opponents that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has committed and the document can be read at http://www.robertamsterdam.com

Update 3/7/2012
Per the New York Times, Vice President of Venezuela, Nicholas Maduro has replaced Hugo Chavez due to his death from cancer. The funeral was held March 6, 2012.

It is also stated that Mr. Maduro is the chosen successor to Mr. Chavez.

This Article was made possible by the Donations of  Stephan Tucker Scott, MBA.

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December 23, 2008 · 6:29 pm

The Caribbean, Americans and HIV/AIDS

Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali ScottTitle endorsed in part by: on Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott This is a 3rd Place Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist Award Winning Article (3/2008)

The Caribbean, Dominican Republic, and Haiti receive US dollars to help fight AIDS. These countries have "sex tourism". The US President’s Emergency Plan (Bush) (PEPFAR) for AIDS relief spent $6.4 million, on HIV/AIDS & The Caribbeanindividuals that condemn sex work $55 million in US dollars from PEPFAR flowed into organizations and agencies in Haiti. Critics state the pledge to condemn sex work reduces aid to those most at risk.

The rates of infection are dropping, Dr. Jean Pape (2007) states two reasons in the decrease in HIV infection from 8% to 2%:

  1. Promoting Condoms
  2. Screening for other sexually transmitted diseases

Many cases come from rape of young girls and adolescents. Sex tourism comes from deeply divided and largely improvised areas.

These sex workers service the penitentiary for less than $5.00 and tourist for about $85.00. In these penitentiaries AIDS is undetected or untreated. Infectious illnesses and deaths are not tracked for public health like the US, including AIDS. The data is difficult to get.

The problem is international, the US has the highest rated among industrialized counties of individuals The better health care the longer individuals live.
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Young people are offered some programs to socialize. Many of them were sex workers. Once they contract HIV agencies and organizations like The Movement of United Women (Movimiento de Mujeres Unido) and International Harm Reduction Association assist them. They may return home.

For the rest of the article go to: Pulitzer Center Endorsed Titles through Helium Where Knowledge Rules

Update to Original Article Written

Per the LA Times, Barack OBama requested the William J. Clinton Foundation to release the list of donors. This foundation also contributes to AIDS victimsin underdeveloped countries. The list of donors include:

  • Saudi Arabia
  • Dubai
  • Norway

Thank God other countries care about their AIDS victims and those of other underdeveloped countries.

Writing this article was made possible by the donations by Stephan Tucker Scott, MBA.

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