Saturday, November 04, 2006

Venezuela's Political Disaster - November 4, 2006

Dear Journalists,

While Venezuelan Opposition Candidate Manuel Rosales seems to be gathering a lot of supporters, the fact that Chavez's may have ways to cheat the e-voting results using his infamous Smartmatic machines is worrying a lot of people. It is imperative that the international observers act with police intervention if needed to allow Venezuelans to hold democratic elections free of cheating and corruption.

The following link is to The Washington Post Editorial "The Next Ballot for Mr. Chávez. He lost in the U.N. General Assembly, but a crucial vote is still to come -- at home":

Next is link to opinion article written by Daniel Duquenal "From Rafael Ramirez to Hugo Chavez, they all come out of the fascist closet once and for all:"

The infamous speech by Chavez's Energy and Petroleum Minister to oil workers is causing outrage in Venezuela. Please know that a few years ago, there was a U.S. State Department memorandum circulating showing the amounts of money that Chavez's direct supporters had at the time in the United States banks surpassing several dozen millions of dollars each.

All your cooperation in questioning international observers about how to protect Venezuelans against corrupted e-voting machines, perhaps already pre-programmed to give the winning edge to Chavez, will be greatly appreciated.


Maru Angarita
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