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  • Did you buy your gas from a communist dictator today?

    http://boycottcitgo.wordpress.com/2006/08/14/did-you-bu...nist-dictator-today/

    Filed under: Blogroll, Oil, Hugo Chavez, boycotts, Fidel Castro, Bill O'Reilly, Comunistas in America

    Stalin reportedly said that America will sell us the rope we will hang them with. Today, it's worse! We are paying Hugo Chavez for the rope (Citgo gas) he will hang us with.

    Venezuelian communist leader Hugo Chavez is off visiting with Iran's leaders, cutting deals and is a great friend of Fidel Castro. Watch him make a move to support Rafael, Castro's brother and heir to the dictatorship of Cuba.

    One point to ask the major media, why aren't they reporting that CITGO Petroleum is owned by Venezuela's government, PDVSA? And the $30 billion in revenue that Americans pay at CITGO and a few Mystic stations goes directly to the communist regime run by leftist millitary leader Chavez. He spreads the wealth with Cuba and any left-leaning politician in the world. He supplied tens of thousands of his supporters with new AK-47s "to keep the peace."

    CITGO stations are not franchise owners as they often are with Exon, Texaco, BP, Shell and Chevron, they are "jobbers" who only have contracts to buy gas at a discount from CITGO. They are the bottom of the barrel in cleanliness and quality control and very few would make the grade with the major oil service stations. The quality control checks are done by CITGO managers. CITGO's number of stations has fallen greatly as news of the real ownership gets out on blogs. No mention in the mainstream media. CITGO stations numbered nearly 15,000, just a few years ago, now they have fallen below 13,000. And Chavez is cutting supply to more than 1,000 in the next two months. The top executives at CITGO's new Houston headquarters are all leftist Venezuelian supporters of Chavez. The American executives have been purged. CITGO is leasing their offices in West Houston off Eldridge just south of the I-10. Though a lease, the compound is reported to have bullet-proof glass and has a security fence that is military-grade. Drive by and see for yourself. The lobby has a Marxist faux bronze statue of "the workers."

    One VP was asked to go back home after he was spotted "sporting" a weapon.

    Not only do the liberal newspapers and networks ignore this fascinating story, the New York Times subsidiary About.com has a paid blogger who tells his readers to shop at CITGO to bolster Chavez and his Marxist plans for South and Central America. US liberals are actually tryng to shop more often at CITGO.

    Finally, Bill O'Reilly has caught up with these enemies within our midst, but he doesn't know all the details, yet. If you find this hard to believe, Google it for yourself.

    In a free market the buyers are just as important as the suppliers and producers. If we take steps with reasonable actions, we can, in fact, force prices at the pump to inch lower. Boycott CITGO. There are steps we can all take. And they are justified.

  • #2
    http://boycottcitgo.wordpress.com/2006/08/14/did-you-bu...nist-dictator-today/

    Filed under: Blogroll, Oil, Hugo Chavez, boycotts, Fidel Castro, Bill O'Reilly, Comunistas in America

    Stalin reportedly said that America will sell us the rope we will hang them with. Today, it's worse! We are paying Hugo Chavez for the rope (Citgo gas) he will hang us with.

    Venezuelian communist leader Hugo Chavez is off visiting with Iran's leaders, cutting deals and is a great friend of Fidel Castro. Watch him make a move to support Rafael, Castro's brother and heir to the dictatorship of Cuba.

    One point to ask the major media, why aren't they reporting that CITGO Petroleum is owned by Venezuela's government, PDVSA? And the $30 billion in revenue that Americans pay at CITGO and a few Mystic stations goes directly to the communist regime run by leftist millitary leader Chavez. He spreads the wealth with Cuba and any left-leaning politician in the world. He supplied tens of thousands of his supporters with new AK-47s "to keep the peace."

    CITGO stations are not franchise owners as they often are with Exon, Texaco, BP, Shell and Chevron, they are "jobbers" who only have contracts to buy gas at a discount from CITGO. They are the bottom of the barrel in cleanliness and quality control and very few would make the grade with the major oil service stations. The quality control checks are done by CITGO managers. CITGO's number of stations has fallen greatly as news of the real ownership gets out on blogs. No mention in the mainstream media. CITGO stations numbered nearly 15,000, just a few years ago, now they have fallen below 13,000. And Chavez is cutting supply to more than 1,000 in the next two months. The top executives at CITGO's new Houston headquarters are all leftist Venezuelian supporters of Chavez. The American executives have been purged. CITGO is leasing their offices in West Houston off Eldridge just south of the I-10. Though a lease, the compound is reported to have bullet-proof glass and has a security fence that is military-grade. Drive by and see for yourself. The lobby has a Marxist faux bronze statue of "the workers."

    One VP was asked to go back home after he was spotted "sporting" a weapon.

    Not only do the liberal newspapers and networks ignore this fascinating story, the New York Times subsidiary About.com has a paid blogger who tells his readers to shop at CITGO to bolster Chavez and his Marxist plans for South and Central America. US liberals are actually tryng to shop more often at CITGO.

    Finally, Bill O'Reilly has caught up with these enemies within our midst, but he doesn't know all the details, yet. If you find this hard to believe, Google it for yourself.

    In a free market the buyers are just as important as the suppliers and producers. If we take steps with reasonable actions, we can, in fact, force prices at the pump to inch lower. Boycott CITGO. There are steps we can all take. And they are justified.

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    • #3
      I heard about that a week ago on Michael Savage Radio.

      I stopped using that Gas Station,but I also heard that gas station knows that the public is aware of this **** so they are going to change the name of the gas station in order to hope,costumers will forget it.
      I am sorry, I knew the name they are going to change it to, but totally forgot it.

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      • #4
        7-Eleven Drops Citgo as Supplier

        http://articles.news.aol.com/business/_a/7-eleven-drops...id=NWS00010000000001

        DALLAS (Sept. 28) - 7-Eleven Inc. dropped Venezuela-owned Citgo as its gasoline supplier after more than 20 years as part of a previously announced plan by the convenience store operator to launch its own brand of fuel.

        7-Eleven officials said Wednesday that the decision was partly motivated by politics.

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