Saturday, October 29, 2005


To Whom It May Concern:

What are Chavez's ulterior motives for ousting the Missionaries in Venezuela and Who is Chavez really protecting from exposure?

How much money Chavez paid to the Rainbow Coalition and Reverend Jesse Jackson? Would those funds show on the Rainbow Coalition tax return?

Venezuela's Political Disaster - October 29, 2005

Dear Journalists,

Attached herewith please find link to Newsweek's article about Chavez reporting his new Socialism sheltered by huge amounts of petrodollars.

Next please find another television clip from Norway reporting the real Chavez:

Dr. Valentin Arenas Amigo describes Chavez's new Socialism as "Sociolismo" meaning that you must be a friend of Chavez in order to prosper during this time and regime:

¿SOCIALISMO O SOCIOLISMO? Para vivir mejor el ciudadano tiene ahora que ser socio del régimen. El bienestar prometido no es para todos sino solo para algunos. Por eso aquí no hay ningún Socialismo Siglo XXI. Si no puro SOCIOLISMO que es otra cosa bien diferente.

Please know that there are many e-mails circulating denouncing the amounts of money that Chavez wasted during his recent trip to Europe accompanied by his two hundred and fifty closest friends paying $4,500 a night for a hotel suite as reported in the following link:

Venezuelan Indians protested in Caracas this week responding to the expulsion of Missionaries from Venezuela. Oddly, I have not been able to find the report in the Venezuelan press. Was the report of the march removed?

Below please find audio reporting attacks against the Jewish Community in Venezuela:


Maru Angarita My blog is:

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

RE: Venezuela's Political Disaster - October 25, 2005

Dear Journalists,

Attached below please find link to Norway's television report about Venezuela. The report is in Norwegian with Spanish subtitles and in English. It reports the irony of a rich country like Venezuela without medicines in the hospitals.

Option #1 website

Option #2 download video

Next please find transcript of BBC's Robin Lustig interview to Hugo Chavez published on

and response to Chavez by Daniel Duquenal accusing Chavez to be a pathological liar:

I am curious of how good willing Chavez is for helping people from other lands, but brutal against Venezuelans:

"We are great friends of the Iranian people, we are great friends of ex-President (?) and good friends of President (?) , and we have a strategic alliance with him. And we think these governments are taking these people to development, respecting their culture, respecting their traditons, which is essential of our foreign policy. Respect sovereignty of peoples, respect other nations, respect self-determination of these peoples."

Chavez is convinced to limit freedom of speech, but he abuses Venezuelan media interrupting programs at will including the Miss Venezuela contest and sports events and spends hours without end on seized television networks and radio stations on a weekly basis. So, his speeches are completely free but Venezuelans can not speak freely? Is Chavez mentally ill? You should see how Chavez dresses with designer clothes and fine watches (Cartier, etc.), but he says he hates capitalism. Brags about his world travels and about his friendship with world leaders but punishes Venezuelans with severe foreign exchange controls. Chavez can buy beautiful clothes and visit fantastic places but Venezuelans and those with businesses in Venezuela can not travel nor receive income from investments.

Maru Angarita My blog is:

Monday, October 24, 2005

The Very Ugly Truth - September 24, 2005

To Whom it May Concern,

I have always wondered what happened with the friends who turned face and went on to support Chavez. The fact is that Chavez is surrounded by "new friends" adulating and trying to get better positions even if they have to put a blind eye to wrong doings. Until the adulation hits the fan and the reality comes out. Adulation shows and Chavez is not really their friend.

Maru Angarita

Sunday, October 23, 2005

RE: Venezuela's Political Disaster - October 23, 2005

Dear Journalists,

Attached herewith please find link to summary of Chavez's tour of Europe this week. As you may know, Chavez continues to impose severe foreign exchange controls to Venezuelans thus causing difficulties for citizens to travel for leisure and run businesses (i.e. receive money from investments including rental income) while Chavez travels as he wants to and spending embarrassing amounts of money.

Fabulous Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin will visit Venezuela in the near future. I hope the Prime Minister would see how Venezuela has deteriorated under Chavez's regime and would spend time with the Venezuelan Opposition and non-political individuals to learn and feel the pain. The Prime Minister lived in Venezuela for several years:

Following up in Chavez's ousting the Missionaries as reported previously, I wonder what are Chavez's ulterior motives and who is he trying to protect?


Maru Angarita My blog is: