Archive for August 30th, 2003

Outlaws at all and the highest levels, we will not forget them

August 30, 2003

Despite the fact that it is in violation of two different laws, Minister of Infrastructure Diosdado Cabello launched today his campaign for Governor of Miranda State. The law bars anyone holding public office from being a candidate. In fact, the law says you can not even announce you are a candidate after you have resigned from your public position for one month. Moreover, since there are no scheduled elections for the next six months, nobody can announce their candidacy to anything at this point. To make matters even worse, the Vice-President himself, Jose Vicente Rangel, showed up at the rally today to endorse Diosdado’s candidacy. Thus the outlaws are at the highest levels of power in the country, but we knew that, former military are also banned by law from using uniforms, but that did not stop Hugo Chavez from wearing one yesterday. Moreover, he made threats while doing it saying that soldiers have to decide whether they will shoot against the people or the oligarchs. No country can progress if its Government does not defend the law and the Constitution. Those in power in Venezuela today have no scruples and violate the law daily. Whether this year, next or ten years from now, they will pay for violating the laws, the rights of the people and stealing billion of dollars. They think they are beyond the law, but the world and the people of Venezuela will never forget their names and faces.

When the outlaws want the victims to be the criminals

August 30, 2003

The legal representatives of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez went to the Supreme Court to request the Court initiates a criminal investigation accusing the relatives of the victims of the April 11 massacre of treason. The reason: accusing Hugo Chavez in a foreign country. This is the type of justice in which this supposedly “humane” Government believes in. This Government has done absolutely nothing to determine who was responsible for the deaths of the April 11th. Massacre. The shooters of Puente El Llaguno, caught live on camera shooting that day at the peaceful demonstration, are not only free in the streets, but some of them went back to their important positions as part of Chavez’ MVR party. The Chavez controlled National Assembly blocked the “Truth Commission” to determine what happened that day. The Attorney General has not brought charges against Chavez and those that were recorded on tape saying they would send the “Bolivarian Circles” against the peaceful marchers. He can’t, according to testimony by two Generals the Attorney General was part of a meetting on April 9th. in which Chavez and his cohorts discussed how to stop the demonstrations with force. Thus, this group of family members of the victims, who has received no justice in Venezuela, goes to international Courts, accusing Chavez of violating the Human Rights of their dead relatives and Chavez wants them to be tried for treason to the country! This is the true face of this fake revolution led by a man whose megalomania has made him renounce those same principles that he spoused so cynically in order to have people vote for him.

Suspicions with foundation

August 30, 2003

Two days ago, Teodoro Petkoff wrote an Editorial in Tal Cual praising Brazilian President Lula Da Silva, who was visiting Caracas, for the seriousness and fairness with which he was carrying out his Presidency. Yesterday he received this letter which eh published in today’s paper:


“Shit (Cońo) Teodoro, you went overboard with Lula, it had been a while since I had read so much sucking up in so few lines: “This social fighter profoundly compromised with the cause of the humble”, which humble ones? The friends of Marco Aurelio? (Marco Aurelio Garcia is Lula’s foreign Ministry Advisor) All of this confirmed my suspicions about your weaknesses towards this “former metallurgical worker” perfect example of the men of left who die nowadays to please the oligarchs and the technocrats of neoliberalism.


What is fascinating about Lula is his talent for relegitimizing all of those summits like Davos or the G8 without forgetting that mummy which is Anthony Giddens. (Giddens is a Sociologist who is the Director of the London School of Economics) To tell you the truth he is a lot like you ‘Bon Sauvage”. Regards. Maximilien Arvelaiz


Petkoff’s comment:


 Maximilien Arvelaiz is an ink shitter who operates from Miraflores (the Presidential palace). His nice letter confirms our suspicions, those that led us to believe that in the territories of the “Bolivarian revolution” the moment Lula revealed himself as a serious man and not a crazy stone thrower, the initial sympathies went up in smoke. Obrigado (Thank you in Portuguese) Maximilien.

Suspicions with foundation

August 30, 2003

Two days ago, Teodoro Petkoff wrote an Editorial in Tal Cual praising Brazilian President Lula Da Silva, who was visiting Caracas, for the seriousness and fairness with which he was carrying out his Presidency. Yesterday he received this letter which eh published in today’s paper:


“Shit (Cońo) Teodoro, you went overboard with Lula, it had been a while since I had read so much sucking up in so few lines: “This social fighter profoundly compromised with the cause of the humble”, which humble ones? The friends of Marco Aurelio? (Marco Aurelio Garcia is Lula’s foreign Ministry Advisor) All of this confirmed my suspicions about your weaknesses towards this “former metallurgical worker” perfect example of the men of left who die nowadays to please the oligarchs and the technocrats of neoliberalism.


What is fascinating about Lula is his talent for relegitimizing all of those summits like Davos or the G8 without forgetting that mummy which is Anthony Giddens. (Giddens is a Sociologist who is the Director of the London School of Economics) To tell you the truth he is a lot like you ‘Bon Sauvage”. Regards. Maximilien Arvelaiz


Petkoff’s comment:


 Maximilien Arvelaiz is an ink shitter who operates from Miraflores (the Presidential palace). His nice letter confirms our suspicions, those that led us to believe that in the territories of the “Bolivarian revolution” the moment Lula revealed himself as a serious man and not a crazy stone thrower, the initial sympathies went up in smoke. Obrigado (Thank you in Portuguese) Maximilien.

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