Sunday, November 01, 2009

Venezuela's Misfortune continues ...

Dear Journalists,

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat in his biweekly column published in El explains how deep Hugo Chavez is with his armament dreams seeking part in nuclear bombs and assisting Iran with technology, and materials needed:

El embrollo de Mascheroni

The controversy about golf courses in Venezuela continues to the point of ludicrous arguments where Chavez seems not to recognize golf as a sport. Golf is a sport, and the golf courses provide jobs to many Venezuelans, and open spaces needed in the city. At the same time, there is a controversy if allowing bull fighting in Venezuela, which is not art, nor sport, but plain cruelty and sadistic abuse to innocent animals. Please remember that recently Chavez raided the sports hunter president of Globovision television network inspecting for alleged proof of animal abuse.

Chavez, or those around him, must get a clear picture of what is going on. Golf courses are good for the environment, beauty of the city, and provide a good activity for Venezuelans. Bull fights are sick, cruel, and it is not a sport, and must be stopped as a show in Venezuela. Those working in that field could use their energy to present music shows at the plaza and provide a much healthier and peaceful entertainment for civilians. Chavez has money to give free Mirages to Ecuador, why doesn’t the infamous leader make an honorable change and stop the infamous bullfighting and provide a lucrative show business for those on that field? WinWin?

Departamento de Estado de EEUU se burla de las críticas de Chávez contra el golf

Convocan el primer congreso en defensa de la fiesta taurina en Venezuela

Cruelty report on bull fights:

Chavez’s involvement in Honduras continues, and it seems that at least there has been some civilized progress in this ordeal:

A win in Honduras
How the Obama administration outmaneuvered Hugo Chávez


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