Saturday, September 05, 2009

While Venezuelan Civilians March ....

Updating as needed:

The following picture is circulating the Internet! Hopefully, world leaders like President Obama are paying attention to what is taking place in Venezuela, perhaps some of them understand that Chavez is a human rights abuser:

While Venezuelan civilians march peacefully on this date of September 5, the news that the Venezuelan Embassy in Austria is providing passports to foreigners is circulating the Internet.

Por expedición o renovación de pasaportes venezolanos $80.00

Por la expedición de pasaporte de emergencia, con validez limitada, a los ciudadanos extranjeros. $30.00

Por prórroga de pasaportes venezolanos $50.00

Venezuelan civilians who are marching report that the event has been peaceful without Chavez's thugs abusing citizens as it happened a few days ago where among several human rights abuses tear gas was thrown inside the Metro stations to hurt peaceful marchers: (please visit my blog posting dated August 22).

El pueblo indignado en la calle

The following link is to one of Chavez's political prisoners:
“El cielo es generoso con los que combaten por la justicia y severo con los que no lo hacen”

Maru Angarita

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August 22, 2009 " Chavez's police threw tear gas to marchers who were headed home inside the Metro in Caracas as reported on the link below. Witnesses who were inside the Metro station report that it was major havoc:"

GANDHI: Whenever I despair, I remember that the way of truth and love has always won. There may be tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they may seem invincible, but in the end, they always fail. Think of it: always.

Friday, September 04, 2009

Opposition Protests on September 4 & 5

Dear Journalists,

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

Venezuelans citizens are protesting world wide on September 4 virtually online through Facebook,Twitter, youtube and physically in certain cities. So far, there were violent incidents reported in Brussels, Belgium where a group of non-Venezuelans attacked and harassed protestors:


Protest in Caracas:

Protest in Belgium:

Protest in Cali:

There are marches scheduled for September 5 in Caracas to protest Chavez's abuse of power. The protests will be peaceful, and journalists are urged to cover the events. Chavez, as usual, may send police with riot gear, and the infamous tear gas against unarmed civilians.

Venezuelans need help to restore democracy, and stop Chavez's human rights abuses.


Maru Angarita
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Monday, August 31, 2009

Chávez’s Covert War by Otto Reich - Aug. 28, 2009

Dear Journalists,

U.S. Ambassador Otto Reich writes an eye opener in his article Chávez’s Covert War published on Foreign Policy magazine for those who still can not see what Hugo Chavez is all about . Ambassador Reich says that "Obama needs to call Venezuela’s president what he is: a terrorist and a drug-trafficker."

Those of us who have followed Ambassador Reich's work for the last several years are aware that he knows Venezuelan politics and Chavez's alleged wrong doings. This article should not be seen as Republican nor Democrat opinion, but as the truth of the grave political situation in Venezuela.

"Corruption and politicization have weakened Venezuela's military, despite its acquisition of billions of dollars of Russian and other foreign weaponry. Plus, in his 10 years in power, Chávez has only ever pointed his guns at defenseless Venezuelan civilians. Bullies like him do not forewarn their intended victims."

The following article written by Enrique ter Horst is a Summary on Venezuela - The Extraordinary Summit Meeting of UNASUR. I have not found where this article has been published, but it comes from an excellent source, and it is currently circulating the Internet.

Hopefully, world leaders and their staff will read these articles..


Maru Angarita

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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Photojournalists Protest


The following is link to report that Chavez's allegedly said is secret:

Movie star Maria Conchita Alonso speaks out against Chavez's abuse of power:

Dear Journalists,

In memory of U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy

Venezuelans do not live in peace. Citizens are constantly harassed, threatened and abuse by deranged and oppressive Hugo Chavez. The infamous leader continues with his routine insults calling those who want to prosper oligarchs while Chavez himself is allegedly richer than ever.

Citizens are protesting for freedom, and abuse of power. The following report is from photojournalists who protested against Chavez's attacks against journalists:

Chavez is currently holding and threatening opposition leaders:

Chavez Police officer kicked pregnant teenager during an opposition protest and almost caused an abortion:

Word is that Venezuelan opposition is planning a protest against Chavez on Facebook.

Venezuelans need help to restore democracy.


Maru Angarita

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