Sunday, June 07, 2009



Dear Journalists,

The following link is to confidential order sent by Chavez to one of his generals dated May 12, 2009 stating that who ever receives any information contrary to Chavez must report it to the Department of Defense! The copy of this order came from a good source and is circulating the Internet:

Open Letter: Reaction from Ambassador Diego Arria to Chavez's order

Officials from Globovision's network state that the charges threatened by Chavez do not have legal grounds:

"My lawyer and I have not seen any grounds for a legal proceeding to be filed against me (This investigation is intended to) "scare Globovisión." "The government should know that the attempts at silencing or closing the media are not the right way." Globovisión CEO Guillermo Zuloaga

Chavez's hypocrisy is just pathetic since in his abusive seizing of the networks for his monologue every week tells his audience (if any) that to be rich is bad, and insults the rich. Either Chavez hates himself, or is totally deranged and is unable to see the reality. Reports show that Chavez has improved his personal finances by millions, and the similar situation has happened to his family. Is anyone telling the abused and uneducated Venezuelan citizens who listen to the weekly monologue what the reality is?

In oil matters, rumors say that Chavez is changing the name of CITGO service stations to something else. There is a new service station in Washington, DC where a CITGO used to be located. Humm, I will double check the name and update this report. In the meantime, there are reports that Venezuela's PDVSA is experiencing financing and labor troubles:

Pdvsa, Citgo face financial and labor troubles/ Citgo cerró primer trimestre con pérdidas por US$10 millones

Venezuelans need help to restore democracy!


Maru Angarita
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