Sunday, May 06, 2012

Hugo Chavez’s environmental crimes against citizens

Dear Journalists,
Hugo Chavez, i.e. Fidel Castro’s ruling, allowed a concrete factory to operate in the middle of a residential area in Caracas.  The area of La Carlota used previously as an air strip for small aircraft was closed by infamous Hugo Chavez, and it is the site of the new concrete factory.  The dust from the concrete factory is affecting the areas all around La Carlota.  Neighbors protested and are demanding the closing of the factory due to health warnings.
As previously posted on this blog, Hugo Chavez has not appropriately resolved the oil spill in the eastern part of the country, and the water supply for the city may be highly polluted.  El Universal reports that “Most of La Mariposa reservoir’s surface is covered by Bora”.
In the meantime, it seems that Fidel Castro has been as is the Commander-in-Chief of Venezuela including to the alleged narcotics trafficking.  The infamous Castro a few days ago threatened the United States and Venezuela.  Former U.S. Ambassador Roger Noriega, and Venezuelan Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat responded to Castro as reported by El Nuevo Herald in Miami, and El Universal in Venezuela.
El Nuevo Herald: Roger Noriega le responde a Fidel Castro
Injerencia intolerable
Venezuelan official: Ex-judge 'sold his soul' to the DEA
 “Top Venezuelan authorities were aware of at least one instance in which a military lieutenant was caught transporting cocaine to an army camp -- and made personal phone calls asking the judge to look the other way, Aponte Aponte told the Miami-based TV network.”
Following some of the testimony from former Hugo Chavez’ Judge Aponte Aponte I wonder if the CAVIM arms depot explosion in Maracay, Venezuela was drugs related.
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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