Sunday, January 22, 2012

Hugo Chavez's greedy havoc

Dear Journalists,
Venezuelans living in Florida are at a loss after Hugo Chavez ordered the Consulate in Miami closed.  The closure announcement came abruptly after the consul was deported back to Venezuela as reported by CNN in the link below.  Thousands of Venezuelans living in Florida had registered to vote in the upcoming presidential elections.  Is this a way for Hugo Chavez to cheat in the election results by blocking citizens from their right to vote?
U.S. Diplomat Roger Noriega announced on his Twitter account that the replacement Consul to Miami allegedly has similar background to the one deported. 
The following article concerning Hugo Chavez’s operations in Nicaragua is currently circulating the Internet:
Venezuelans spirit and morale was uplifted by presidential opposition pre-candidate Maria Corina Machado after she confronted Hugo Chavez during his eight (8) hours non-stop speech to the nation and called his infamous expropriations against Venezuelans and other investors as plain robbery:  
Follow-up from MCM:
Haughty Hugo Chavez may think that he is not a public servant and told MCM that she is not up to his level (i.e. Friend of human rights abusers, alleged criminals and thugs).  Indeed, MCM is way beyond Hugo Chavez in integrity, education, and caring for Venezuelans' wellbeing as are the other opposition pre-candidates.    It seems that Chavez's administration has become dysfunctional full of hatred vs the developed world.
Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat explains in his opinion article that Hugo Chavez’s speech to the nation provided enough information to prosecute the infamous leader for treason.  Ambassador Taylhardat also commented on Hugo Chavez’s decision to close the Consulate in Miami which he calls as a major mistake made out of ignorance of the Vienna Convention:
Environmentalists have warned for the last several months that Hugo Chavez may destroy the Orinoco River with oil explorations.  Just last week Chavez announced his predatory plans:
Venezuelans need help from world leaders, and the International Court of Justice, to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.


Maru Angarita
My blog is: Twitter @maruangarita