Saturday, May 08, 2010

Fear & Injustice


Dear Journalists,

In solidarity with illegal immigration is already punishable by law, and S.B. 1070 is pure racial profiling.

Hugo Chavez seems to fear Colombian presidential candidate Juan Manuel Santos. Santos is an educated politician with clear principles while Chavez seems to invent autocratic politics supported by those he can buy.

Santos vows "to normalize" relations with Venezuela and Ecuador

Chavez’s rhetoric blaming the evil of being rich is contradictory to what himself has become thanks to the financial power of money. His friends and supporters (many allegedly working under duress) would leave him in a minute if he did not have money.

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat wrote in his biweekly column list of all the agreements that Chavez has signed with other nations:


Ambassador Diego Arria after declaring Chavez’s human rights abuses at the had his Venezuelan property taken by force.

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


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Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Diego Arria reports government retaliation by El Universal


Hugo Chavez has taken by force Ambassador Diego Arria's property in Venezuela. Amb. Arria testified in Oslo, Norway about human rights abuses in Venezuela.

“Sé que recuperaré mi finca el día que recuperemos la libertad en Venezuela”

Diego Arria reports government retaliation

Please know that on December 2007 Ambassador Arria's farm was assaulted by several armed men as described on this posting:

Updated & Revised: Diego Arria's farm robbed

The ex ambassador said he would resort to the relevant authorities to report government attacks against him

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Diego Arria: there is neither freedom nor democracy in Venezuela

Diego Arria, the former chairman of the UN Security Council and owner of "La Carolina" ranch, located in central Yaracuy state, described the takeover of his estate by the National Lands Institute (INTI) as government "retaliation" against his political position. Arria stressed that his ranch was not idle and that there are documents proving that "La Carolina" is private property since 1880, and that he has been the owner of the property for 21 years. He added that he would resort to the relevant authorities only for the record of the attacks against him. "The rule of law does not exist in Venezuela," Arria stated in a press conference. With reports by Roberto Deniz

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