Saturday, December 18, 2010

SOS (• • • — — — • • •) SOS SOS

Updated on December 20, 2010:

U.S. Congress sent letter to the infamous president of PDVSA warning about their relationship with Iran.

¡Patillazo! Congreso de EE.UU advierte a PDVSA sobre sus relaciones con Irán

A democratic test for Venezuela

Interview responding to Hugo Chavez:
Diego Arria y Laureano Marquez con Jorge Ramos en UNIVISION

Diego Arria on CNN International

Crackdown in Caracas Page 1 of 3
A concentration of presidential power augurs badly for Venezuelan democracy

Venezuelan Officials Meeting with Hezbollah

Dear Journalists,

How to get the cooperation of international support to save Venezuelans from abuse?

Journalist Fabiola Sanchez who has been following the situation in Venezuela for several years writes in the article below that “Chavez has argued he needs decree powers to fast-track funds to help the victims of recent floods and landslides, and also to hasten Venezuela's transition to a socialist state. "

Venezuela congress grants Chavez decree powers

Those of us who helped Venezuelans during the 1999 devastating landslides witnessed Chavez rejecting international help, and turning back machinery and other goods including vaccines, etc. sent by international aid.

Journalist Sanchez further explains that “Another measure under discussion Friday was the revised "Social Responsibility Law," which would impose broadcast-type regulations on the Internet and ban online messages "that could incite or promote hatred," create "anxiety" in the population or "disrespect public authorities." With that paragraph it seems that Venezuelans will be freed of the infamous Hugo Chavez for good since he is the first one to foment hatred seizing all media networks, and name calling his foes to the point of profanities which should be censored. Venezuelan citizens are suffering traumatic stress from the abuse of power that Hugo Chavez imposes against the helpless individuals who oppose him.

I ask the international communities and organizations to please keep a close watch of how Hugo Chavez will break his own laws, and proceed to restore democracy in Venezuela.

The following article already reports Chavez breaking his own laws:

Happening: Hugo Chavez blocks newly elected officials of the National Assembly to legislate:

Please remember that the new N.A. elected officials are members of the opposition and educated.
Happening: Venezuelans block Chavez from expropriations

Pueblo venezolano dispuesto a no permitir más expropiaciones

Protest against the new set of laws

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


Maru Angarita
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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Venezuelan twitters' protest #sosinternetve

I am in solidarity with Venezuelan twitters' protest #sosinternetve.

It is outrageous to pathetic where Hugo Chavez abuses the media as he pleases for endless hours at a time, and now is planning on censuring and controling the Internet.

Where are the international organizations supporting democracy?

In other grave news the following is link to article the Venezuelan missile crisis written by Michael Rowan.

La crisis de los misiles
Chávez quiere repetir la revolución, la invasión, el embargo y la crisis con Cuba


Maru Angarita
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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Mirror Mirror


Dear Journalists,

In memory of Manuel Caballero.

Those observing infamous Hugo Chavez would confirm that he applies criticisms made about him to others. That is, if a critic calls him an abuser he calls the critic an abuser. Similarly, he praises thugs as ethical, honorable, and with other merits totally undeserved. The condition is more pathetic where the mirror profile seems to fit Chavez among other mental conditions aggravated by alleged substance use.

Perhaps, the mirror personality is what motivates Hugo Chavez to do alleged Santeria like the one exhuming the Liberator Simon Bolivar from his grave.

Venezuelans continue flooded following the torrential rains as reported by observers to France24.

While Venezuelans are struggling Hugo Chavez buys US$5 billion in weapons:

Venezuela acquires 1,800 antiaircraft missiles from Russia

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat continued his analysis to the accords reached by Unasur as follows:

I wonder if Venezuelans will be facing the same situation in 2012 when Hugo Chavez gets voted out, or jailed that the citizens of Ivory Coast are facing with two presidents.

African Union suspends Ivory Coast over election dispute

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


Maru Angarita
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