Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Impatiently waiting for Venezuela’s independence

Updated:  July 6, 2012 at 10:45 a.m.
Chavez Promotes to Minister Military Officer designated by the U.S Treasury as Drug Kingpin
"Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez named a former military intelligence officer sanctioned by the U.S. for helping traffic drugs as a deputy interior minister, the second such appointment this year."

Updated: July 5, 2012 at 2:45 p.m. EST
On Venezuela's historical Declaration of Independence Day of July 5, 1811 seems to be obsolete.  On this date Dictator Hugo Chavez is controlling all media. A new independence to free Venezuelans from this abuse is imminent:
The following message is from opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski.
Please know that his campaign messages are limited to only one a day while infamous Hugo Chavez has unlimited media access by force.

Dear Journalists,
In loving memory of President Raúl Leoni

Hugo Chavez is an aberration of history in comparison with previous honorable Venezuelan presidents who have served in good faith.  President Raúl Leoni was a very well respected individual.  The following is video from the British press:
Venezuela will celebrate a wacky Independence Day on July 5, 2012 since under Dictator Hugo Chavez it seems that only those close to the infamous leader have benefited.  The oil company Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA) seems to be enjoying wasting US$250 million on a Formula 1 driver.  The infamous PDVSA  allegedly is considering using La Carlota, a former air-strip in Caracas as a car race track.  Opposition wants to build a green area for the benefit of all citizens.
Venezuelans are getting ready for the presidential election to take place on October 7, 2012, but there is uncertainty concerning Hugo Chavez’s illness.  Is he ill or not?  Or was he ill and his extended absence was a farse?  Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat elaborated on this issue on his article:
Further, Ambassador Taylhardat explains the acceptance of Venezuela to Mercosur that seems to be a fraud:
Journalist Antonio Sanchez Garcia wrote that that according to his findings there are 3 million phantom registered voters in Venezuela:
Venezuelans have hope that the opposition candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski will be the new president, but worry about Hugo Chavez’s algorithms manipulating the results of the election. The International Court of Justice, busy at it is, should make time to prosecute Hugo Chavez for fraud if the alleged algorithms and open violation of the vote are true.
Venezuelans need help from world leaders, and the International Court of Justice, to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.
Maru Angarita
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