Thursday, November 05, 2009

U.S. Congressman Mack and other news

Dear Journalists,

U.S. Congressman Connie Mack denounces Venezuela’s (Hugo Chavez’s) ties with terrorism in his op-ed piece published in Fort Myers News-Press:

Venezuela`s numerous ties to terrorism make nation worthy of condemnation

U.S. Congressman Mack wrote: Today, the Fort Myers News-Press ran an op-ed I wrote that refutes several false claims made by the Venezuelan Ambassador in a Wednesday
op-ed piece about my resolution to name Venezuela as a state sponsor of terrorism.

Ambassador Bernardo Alvarez-Herrera: Fight terrorism in South Florida

It is so sad that Venezuelans have to be lead by Hugo Chavez where most of citizens dislike him, and do not condone his extremist and bad taste behavior. Chavez’s has placed Venezuela on a worst political situation where the nation was when he performed two coup d’état attempts against former Venezuelan President Carlos Andres Perez. Now (ahora) Chavez is not fighting corruption, nor violence, nor taking care of the people, but increasing his presidential budget a 638 percent for the 2010 fiscal year as recently reported by Le Monde.

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat wrote a summary of the end of the crisis in Honduras (we hope) that explains Chavez’s direct involvement in that nation:

El final de una crisis

The Cato Institute in Washington, DC announces on its website lecture by Venezuelan María Corina Machado as follows:

November 10, 2009

The Failure of Social Policy in Venezuela 12:00 pm
Cato Policy Forum Featuring María Corina Machado, President, Súmate. Moderated by Ian Vásquez, Director, Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Cato Institute.

Journalist Eleonora Bruzual in her radio broadcast from Miami, Florida had the following subject:

Venezuela en manos de un demente traidor... (Jueves 5 de noviembre de 2009)

As you may know Chavez is trying to implement in Venezuela environmental protection rules à la third world after he has completely ignore them for the last ten years.

Venezuelans need help to restore democracy, end corruption, and allow citizens to live in peace and love free of threats and hostilities. Chavez must stop the abuse and allow people to reconcile since he has completely segregated citizens with those who support him and those who despite him.


Maru Angarita

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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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