The mother-that-never-was didn't find them important enough to fight for them, and there wasn't a daddy who ever wanted them or what they stood for, because for each one of these men, these children represented a deed committed behind a loved one's back, a weakness in himself that would bring a defilement due to his unfaithfulness into his relationship that he would never own.
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I started writing this biography on the death of Hugo Chavez, living intensely with pain and everything that happened around this event.
This is a "microbiografía". Micro, because it is written in few pages, thinking of those who do not want or do not have much time to read but want to have as accurate an idea as possible about less political politician of our time, loved by many and hated and unloved by a few.
When Chavez was still alive, Oliver Stone said of him: "He has the power of a bull". When he died, he wrote: "I cry a great hero for most of its people and those around the world fighting for a place in it." Others, however, were glad for his death and are doing their utmost to erase his memory.
They may agree or not with Hugo Chavez, but certainly he was a man who developed his own ideas with courage and enormous energy.
The brief story follows Chavez from his humble origins, military training and political, ideological and political convictions, how he rose to be a folk hero, his political triumphs, the difficulties he faced, his tenure as head of government and its permanent agonizing struggle to leave this world after having experienced what Unamuno called "the tragic sense of life".
This microbiografía might be controversial for some, perhaps many. But I'm sure that at the end of your reading, you will have grasped why Hugo Chavez wowed crowds and drew worldwide attention as few politicians have done throughout history.
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