I don't object to Eva Golinger going to Venezuela and supporting Hugo Chávez's government in Venezuela. While I disagree with her, she's certainly entitled to her opionion.
I am also entitled to mine and the linked article doesn't present her in a flattering light, but her sense of annoyance at the article is, frankly puzzling. She claims to be defending social justice, but praises the government of Aleksander Lukashenko, notwithstanding extensive reports of human rights abuses by Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and the UN (pdf file). She praises Ahmed Ahmedinejad as "gentle," while ignoring the evidence of brutal repression in his government; a government that has imprisone thosuands for the non-violent expression of their beliefs.
A friendly suggestion: if you want to be taken seriously and not just be perceived as a tool of the government, put some critical distance between yourself and the government. Supporting Chávez is one thing, but supporting the likes of Lukashenko and Ahmedinejad, frankly makes you appear to be little more than a sycophant.