Saturday, March 13, 2010

Portugal holds ETA suspect bound to Venezuela

Dear Journalists,

The most refreshing news is that it seems that world leaders are finally aware of the situation in Venezuela under Hugo Chavez’s rule, and the educated public differentiates when the international support for Chavez comes from those with ulterior motives, or terrorists, domestic violence abusers, drunks, etc.

However, Chavez’s programs have failed because of his stubbornness of associating with the very wrong crowd, and instead of working for Venezuelan citizens he is more concerned of other nations resulting on total neglect of the nation’s interests lowering himself to insulting civilians rather than respect them.

Venezuela-bound ETA suspect held in Portugal

“His arrest comes less than two weeks after Spanish High Court judge Eloy Velasco accused Venezuela's leftist government of providing support for ETA, which has Marxist origins, and left-wing Colombian rebel group FARC.”

Financial Times (FT)

Chávez under fire from international community
By Benedict Mander in Caracas

Ambassador Adolfo R. Taylhardat’s opinión article Los dislates del chavismo explains the pathetic situation presently in those defending Chavez and those seeking justice and respect for human rights in Venezuela:

Picture of JVR:

Twenty-five human rights activitists who had requested permit to protest in the garden city of Maracay were arrested. The government did not issue the permit, and they proceeded with the protest:

25 personas fueron detenidas en protesta en Maracay

Venezuelans expect the aid from the International Court of Justice to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy!


Maru Angarita
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