Saturday, March 04, 2006

Venezuela's Political Disaster - March 4, 2006

Dear Journalists,

It is of utmost importance for the international community, and Venezuelan citizens to become aware of the good, the bad and very ugly financial issues that are taking place in Venezuela.

First of all, I would like to thank the international observers following the abuse and injustice against the directors of Sumate ( who are charged for receiving financial assistance in the amount of US$54,000 to educate about democracy in Venezuela, and who are now facing trial from the Chavez's government for doing so. Please do not allow that the members of Sumate suffer any type of injustice nor human rights abuses. Below please read article reporting this situation:

"US, Canadian and European Union observers brief on the trial International observers eye Venezuelan justiceSumate"

While the good willing Sumate members are facing trial, Financial Crime Consultant Kenneth Rijock reports that "Drug traffickers, money launderers and terrorists are running Venezuela" in the next link as published on
Kenneth Rijock elaborates further on the financial crimes in the next three articles in reference below. If Mr. Rijock is correct on his statements why in the world international organizations are not following up on this abuse?

Hugo Chavez moves Venezuela's wealth offshore - Part I , II & II

Similar to the fact that a crooked former U.S. congressman is going to prison as reported by CNN and The Washington Post, law enforcement should be applied to any one acting wrong specially in Venezuela where citizens are hostages of an abusive and autocrat leader.

Where are the Mark Felts inside the Chavez's government?


Maru Angarita
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Sunday, February 26, 2006

Venezuela's Political Disaster - February 26, 2006

Dear Journalists,

Perhaps you may have already gotten used to Chavez's nouveau rich behavior giving millions of free money belonging to Venezuelans to those who support him, and in his wild whims and pathetic gatherings as the upcoming one in Washington, DC as reported on "Hugo Chavez fingering the USA: Where does the buck stop?" and "Chávez's Circus is coming to Washington, D.C."

The President of the Banco Venezolano de Crédito Oscar Garcia Mendoza explains Chavez's accounting methods which produce invisible money or money that does not exist in the below referenced article "Monstruosidad contable:"

Isn't this against the law?

In similar matters, I invite you to please read my previous blog posting "Collegiate Times article on Hugo Chávez by Adolfo R. Taylhardat."


Maru Angarita My blog is: