Update:Students start a hunger strike at the embassies of Chile and Costa Rica
http://english.eluniversal.com/2011/02/14/en_pol_esp_students-start-a-hun_14A5161455.shtmlA Tunisian-Egyptian Link That Shook Arab Historyhttp://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/14/world/middleeast/14egypt-tunisia-protests.html?adxnnl=1&ref=general&src=me&pagewanted=4&adxnnlx=1297710008-2Jma0IHMfHz1B37STLhZGQDear Journalists,
While Hosni Mubarak was a dictator and his administration got involved in similar abuses that the Chavez’s administration has reported been doing against Venezuelan citizens it seems that Hosni Mubarak is not mentally ill. Hugo Chavez shall be next to be removed from power by citizens as he continues with his autocracy and abuse of power.Reading the responses from Hugo Chavez to the press about the similarities between Mubarak and himself it could be that Chavez is not aware of the moral and financial damage he has made Venezuelan citizens suffer. Ask any one in Venezuela if they are better financially, and in quality of life today than before Chavez. Most of the people I know are struggling financially, and are living in a violent society where citizens are afraid of going out to run errands. Many are suffering traumatic stress after the constant Chavez’s media abuse.
Chávez rechaza comparaciones con Mubarak
"Chávez encourages racial hatred to bind his followers" “He has succeed in arousing underlying resentment in Venezuelans”
The following links are reposting since 2002 showing some of Hugo Chavez’s abuses against Venezuelans similar to Mubarak’s killing of innocent people:
The August 11, 2004 massacre:
And, link of the alleged assassin shown at the time free from prosecution several weeks later attending the funeral of one of Chavez's officers:
Hugo Chavez has done a lot of harm to Venezuelan citizens, and the lack of recognition on his part may be because it has become unnoticeable to him since in the last twelve years Chavez’s quality of life and of his loved ones seems to have improved financially while the regular citizens’ has declined.
Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat wrote about the international responsibility to defend human rights, and how Hugo Chavez is actively blocking foreign funding for NGOs as previously reported by the Associated Press.
La comunidad internacional y la defensa de la democracia
Venezuelans need the aid from world leaders, and the International Court of Justice, to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.
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