Chavez finanzia il terrorismo‏

March 13, 2008

Crisi in America Latina, esposte prove contro Chavez – Ecco chi arma le Farc

di Dimitri Buffa

Il “computador” di Raul Reyes (in realtà i computer sarebbero quattro),
uno dei capi delle Farc ucciso dalle teste di cuoio di Alvaro Uribe
insieme ad altri sedici guerriglieri il primo marzo scorso, continua a
tirare fuori cose molto compromettenti per i presidenti di Ecuador e
Venezuela, Rafael Correa e Hugo Chavez. Ieri infatti le autorità
colombiane hanno mostrato ai giornalisti le prove che le Farc stavano
acquistando materiale radioattivo probabilmente per dotare i terroristi
narco-trafficanti della cosiddetta “bomba sporca”. Magari da usare senza
pietà contro inermi cittadini colombiani. Ma sempre ieri le prime truppe
mandate dal caudillo di Caracas hanno anche iniziato ad ammassarsi ai
confini con la Colombia, proprio in quell’area che le Farc considerano
come casa propria. Mentre la battaglia diplomatica, sempre che non ce ne
sia una incombente in armi, si trasferirà presto alle Nazioni Unite.
Luogo in cui Uribe ha intenzione di fare convocare tanto Chavez quanto
Correa per “complicità in genocidio”. In tutto questo brilla per il
proprio silenzio l’Europa, mentre la Spagna, per ovvi motivi di cattive
coscienze post coloniali, da giorni è attivamente impegnata nel
tentativo di riavviare il dialogo almeno tra Colombia ed Ecuador, dopo
lo sconfinamento delle teste di cuoio di Bogotà in territorio ecuadoregno.

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Chavez Will Regret Soon What He would Like to Do Now

March 4, 2008

Colombia’s President Alvaro Uribe has an idea no other demoratic leader ever had so far: bringing Venezuelan madman Hugo Chavez to justice, just as the latter is gearing up for a aggression war on the sovereign and democratic state of Colombia. But, given the place Uribe would like him to be brought, I very much doubt mini-me would be indicted. Anyhow, kudos to Presidente Alvaro!

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Venezuelans Celebrate Freedom Victory

December 4, 2007

Student leader Freddy Guevara

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Venezuelans Say NO to Chavez!

December 3, 2007

I’ve always affirmed that when a people is given a chance, they choose Democracy over Tyranny. I’ve always affirmed that Chavez enjoy the support of just a tiny minority of thugs. Today, my beliefs have been confirmed, as the majority of Venezuelans REJECTED this Stalinist/Fascist Castro puppet. The difference in favor of NO was close to 20%, much more than the one announced by the regime. George of TheRealCuba.com had this to say:

I have a very good friend in Venezuela who used to be a director of the CNE previous to Chavez coming to power. He was very involved in the group supporting the NO and had access to the reports of the auditing of the polling places. He told me around 10 PM last night that the difference in favor of the NO vote was close to 20%, and that the government was going to admit defeat but not with such a large margin. That’s why they kept delaying the results from 7 PM until 1 AM Venezuelan time. Chavez would have never accepted defeat if the real difference was only 1.5%

therealcuba.com

This means that Chavez will have to step aside once his (illegitimate) term comes to an end. Whether he will do it or not, it remains to be seen, and – knowing the totalitarian character he is – I fear he’ll stay in power anyway. However, with this vote, the international community will have to prevent him from keeping power and help Venezuelans get rid of him. Don’t wanna see another Burma. Hope the world community is gonna stand with those who chose democracy.

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Thousands March Against Chavez in Caracas

November 30, 2007

Thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets of Caracas to show their rejection of the Chavez’s regime and call on the people to vote NO to the chavista “reform” of the constitution, that would boost the tyrant’s power. I was surprised to find this news in the mainstream media, yet there was nothing about it in the Italian media. (h/t: Mega Resistencia)

Migliaia di venezuelani sono nuovamente scesi in strada per dire NO alla riforma costituzionale voluta da Chavez, che prevede poteri assoluti al tiranno marionetta di Castro. Come al solito, ai media italiani (persino a quelli mediaset) non conviene neanche citare la notizia, così come non lo fanno mai quando milioni di persone riempiono le strade del paese sudamericano. Ieri e oggi Caracas era invasa da decine di migliaia di persone del popolo che rifiuta chavez ed il comunismo. Ma loro non fanno notizia. Immaginatevi se fossero stati supporter di chavez. A quest’ora stareste vedendo le immagini sulle TV italiane.

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DANIEL ORTEGA’S (NOT SO) NEW FRIENDS

June 27, 2007

Wall Street Journal: Ortega’s New Friends


SIGUEN TOMANDO LAS CALLES. PROTESTS IN VENEZUELA SPREAD

June 20, 2007

Popular protests against Chavez over Radio Caracas TV continue all over Venezuela. People from all political tendencies keep on taking to the streets of the country. And Chavez is losing popularity day by day. Source for all of these photos: MegaResistencia.com

Continuan las protestas populares contra Chávez sobre el cierre de RCTV. Personas de todas las tendencias políticas siguen tomando las calles de las ciudades de Venezuela. Mientras el tirano pierde popularidad día a día. Fuente de estas fotos megaresistencia.com

Students are the leading force behind the popular protests

Los movimientos estudiantiles están al frente de las protestas

Protesters receive popular support

Y reciben el apoyo de los venezolanos de a pié