Archive for November 27th, 2003

Historic day ahead the Reafirmazo is here

November 27, 2003

The moment of truth is here, the Reafirmazo will take place tomorrow and its outcome will determine the future of Venezuela. This is truly a historic event. I will be signing in the morning and going around the city all day taking pictures (I have to work too!!), I will try to post via e-mail what is going on, but the pictures will go on after I get home from work. Meanwhile, let us hope tomorrow is a new beginning for all Venezuelans, from any side. That politicians will realize that they can not promise what they can’t deliver and that they have to deliver. Until then, I leave you with a presentation by Venezuelans in Belgium, who, despite the fact that they can not legally express their opinion tomorrow, will get together to sign on Sunday, notarize their signatures and send them to the appropriate international organizations. This presentation has the music of Billo’s with the images of today and altered words. My best regards to whomever made the presentation and to all Venezuelans in 105 cities that will get together to express their opinion despite the fact that their rights were curtailed by an outlaw Government.


Click here and enjoy


(thanks Maruja for the link)

Historic day ahead the Reafirmazo is here

November 27, 2003

The moment of truth is here, the Reafirmazo will take place tomorrow and its outcome will determine the future of Venezuela. This is truly a historic event. I will be signing in the morning and going around the city all day taking pictures (I have to work too!!), I will try to post via e-mail what is going on, but the pictures will go on after I get home from work. Meanwhile, let us hope tomorrow is a new beginning for all Venezuelans, from any side. That politicians will realize that they can not promise what they can’t deliver and that they have to deliver. Until then, I leave you with a presentation by Venezuelans in Belgium, who, despite the fact that they can not legally express their opinion tomorrow, will get together to sign on Sunday, notarize their signatures and send them to the appropriate international organizations. This presentation has the music of Billo’s with the images of today and altered words. My best regards to whomever made the presentation and to all Venezuelans in 105 cities that will get together to express their opinion despite the fact that their rights were curtailed by an outlaw Government.


Click here and enjoy


(thanks Maruja for the link)

Caracas Chronicles back for one more act

November 27, 2003

Francisco Toro has revived his Caracas Chronicles , from his ivory tower in The Netherlands, for one (last?) more time to respond to a reader who liked the “The revolution will not be televised”. I loved the part about Andres Velasquez and his Globovision friend. That is the Venezuela I know or used to know.

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