Archive for May 13th, 2004

A new level of intolerance and narrow mindedness

May 13, 2004

The pro-Chavez majority in the National Assembly just reached a new level of indecency, totalitarism and intolerance when it passed a resolution to ask the Attorney general to revoke the nationality of Robert Alonso (the man who owned the farm where the paramilitary were caught), Norberto Mazza (a TV reporter), Marta Colomina (a radio and TV reporter who has been one of the Governmentís harshest critics), Napoleon Bravo (a radio and TV announcer who supported Chavez initially but turned quickly against the Government) and Gustavo Cisneros (who owns TV station Venevision, the Coca Cola Distributor in Venezuela and the Regional beer brand and is in the Forbes list of the world’s richest men).


Like in all totalitarian regimes, pro-Chavez Deputies have no morals or any limits to their lack of scruples.

A new level of intolerance and narrow mindedness

May 13, 2004

The pro-Chavez majority in the National Assembly just reached a new level of indecency, totalitarism and intolerance when it passed a resolution to ask the Attorney general to revoke the nationality of Robert Alonso (the man who owned the farm where the paramilitary were caught), Norberto Mazza (a TV reporter), Marta Colomina (a radio and TV reporter who has been one of the Governmentís harshest critics), Napoleon Bravo (a radio and TV announcer who supported Chavez initially but turned quickly against the Government) and Gustavo Cisneros (who owns TV station Venevision, the Coca Cola Distributor in Venezuela and the Regional beer brand and is in the Forbes list of the world’s richest men).


Like in all totalitarian regimes, pro-Chavez Deputies have no morals or any limits to their lack of scruples.

A new level of intolerance and narrow mindedness

May 13, 2004

The pro-Chavez majority in the National Assembly just reached a new level of indecency, totalitarism and intolerance when it passed a resolution to ask the Attorney general to revoke the nationality of Robert Alonso (the man who owned the farm where the paramilitary were caught), Norberto Mazza (a TV reporter), Marta Colomina (a radio and TV reporter who has been one of the Governmentís harshest critics), Napoleon Bravo (a radio and TV announcer who supported Chavez initially but turned quickly against the Government) and Gustavo Cisneros (who owns TV station Venevision, the Coca Cola Distributor in Venezuela and the Regional beer brand and is in the Forbes list of the world’s richest men).


Like in all totalitarian regimes, pro-Chavez Deputies have no morals or any limits to their lack of scruples.

For the record: Amnesty International on Venezuela

May 13, 2004

Amnesty International has just released a report on Human Rights and impunity in Venezuela.

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