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The opposition frontman also counts on the support of Boston Celtics player Enes Kanter, who recently published a video about Venezuela on his social media. Kanter, who has grown increasingly critical of regimes that do not favor Washington since becoming a US citizen, was heavily criticized on social media. He had likewise drawn controversy for a racist tirade against Asian-American basketball player Jeremy Lin.
But not only did the Cuban people benefit from subsidized or no-cost Venezuelan oil; the Venezuelan working class did too, from the Cuban health, culture and literacy missions, such as Barrio Adentro and Misión Robinson, now common throughout the country. Under Chavez’s PDVSA, which since 1986 has owned a majority share of U.S. oil refiner and distributor CITGO, the U.S. poor and people of color also benefited from Venezuelan oil, as Joe Kennedy’s Citizens Energy Corporation worked with Chavez to deliver free heating fuel to homeless shelters, low-income communities of colors and Native American reservations.
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January 10, 2012
Hugo Chavez is one of leaders Washington most likes to paint as an enemy of America, but contrary to this logic, there are thousands in the US who have warm feelings for the flamboyant Venezuelan leader.