Sunday, October 24, 2010



Dear Journalists,

Most likely the photos of infamous Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ,and visiting Hugo Chavez are causing Iranian and Venezuelan opposition nightmares. Neglect by international organizations responsible to enforce the law against creepy leaders like these two individuals may be the only explanation that this situation has gone this far.

Iran, Venezuela leaders seek 'new world order'

The Washington Post article reports the new world order as "Iran and Venezuela are united to establish a new world order based on humanity and justice," Ahmadinejad said. These statements sound fabulous if were made by reasonable leaders not from those full of hatred, and alleged bipolar mentalities.

Chavez visits Syria on tour to counter US sway


"Venezuela has a right to pursue civilian nuclear energy, but it also has a responsibility to make sure that any nuclear program does not represent a proliferation risk (...) Venezuela like all countries has clear responsibilities (but) it is hard for me to see how President (Hugo) Chavez's current travel can be seen as constructive." US State Deparment Spokesman Philip Crowley. and

While infamous Hugo Chavez travels the world Venezuelans are suffering financial neglect, and abuse. Instead of spending all the money elsewhere Chavez should spend money in Venezuela’s basic necessities such as establishing a working trash collection, and others including removing abusive foreign exchange restrictions.

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat wrote article ¡Recuerda Chernobyl! Remembering that the catastrophic accident in Chernobyl was caused by human error. Ambassador Taylhardat questions where are the Venezuelan scientists to run Chavez’s nuclear project? Hmmm, maybe Chavez would assign the Cuban doctors to be in charge of the nuclear tasks.!_20A4625931.shtml

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

Venezuelan workers respond to Chavez's abuse of power. Workers defend their place of employment after Chavez threatened to tare down the building to construct new housing after his personal issue with the president of Polar beer. However, the employees say that he will be eliminating thousands of jobs, and asked Chavez to build the houses elsewhere.

Hugo Chavez multi-polar gambit risks popular support


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