Saturday, July 24, 2010

Mice Infestation

Dear Journalists,

Wir hatten genug!

If your next door neighbor has a mice infestation and is neglecting the situation due to ulterior motives you would not have another choice, but to call the authorities. Similarly, Colombians suffer with the alleged FARC presence in Venezuela supported and financed by Hugo Chavez, and must act accordingly.

On this July 24, 2010 on celebration of the date of birth of Liberator Simon Bolivar ahora we are sure that Hugo Chavez’s days as a leader are approaching his new days at The Hague as prisoner. In his new jail cell Chavez may learn the real ways of Simon Bolivar, and snap out of his deranged thoughts. Simon Bolivar would not tolerate this deterioration of quality of life and abuse of power to his beloved nation of Venezuela.

Behind exhumation of Simon Bolivar is Hugo Chavez's warped obsession by Thor Halvorssen

The following pictures are widely circulating the Internet showing the alleged beach where Colombians claim is in Venezuela:

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat demands an explanation from Hugo Chavez to Venezuelans concerning the current alleged presence of terrorists in the nation:

Se nos debe una explicación

Denuncian que desde 2002 las FARC sostienen reuniones en Venezuela

The following paragraph has been copied from the U.S. State Department’s Daily Briefing of July 23, 2010:

Daily Press Briefings : Daily Press Briefing - July 23 Fri, 23 Jul 2010 18:57:32 -0500

US supports what Colombia outlined in the meeting yesterday in encouraging the establishment of an international verification committee to visit and examine the identified camps within the next 30 days.

US a strong supporter of the OAS, supported yesterday's meeting, thinks that there should be an investigation, thinks that Venezuela itself has responsibilities to be forthcoming in responding to the important information presented yesterday by Colombia, wants to see this resolved peacefully with international effort

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


Maru Angarita
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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Venezuela breaks diplomatic relations with Colombia.

On a typical tense situation Venezuela breaks diplomatic relations with Colombia (again).

Venezuela Severs Diplomatic Ties With Colombia

Chavez breaks diplomatic ties with Colombia By Benedict Mander in Caracas and Naomi Mapstone in Bogota

Venezuela leader Hugo Chavez severs ties with Colombia

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