Chavismo Evolves Into Madurismo-Fascismo

April 24, 2013

Its been an amazing week. Seeing Chavismo change to Madurism, the same s.. with a much higher dose of fascism in which threatening the other almost half (Or is it half ?) of Venezuela is fair game.

Like the sweet Minister of Housing who said he would personally fire anyone who supports Capriles, never mind human rights, never mind the Constitution, never mind a Bill that was issued by the now extinct Chavismo that says you can’t fire anyone: Here is sweet Richard in person and live:

And this is but one attempt within the Government to create a new Tascon List (The old one is still in use believe it or not) In Tachra, Nueva esparat and Apure, Government workers have been fired this week for voting for Capriles.

And in Barquisimeto, Victor Zambrano’s son happened to be among the close to 70 students jailed for protesting the need for a recount. These students were forced to wear hats with the name of Chavez’ PSUV part and forced to jump like frogs on the ground praising Maduro. Those that refused, suffered severe wounds to their buttocks and backs.

And here is sweet Minister of Prisons Iris Varela, another fascistoid personality, telling Capriles not to worry that she has reserved a jail cell for him and to please stop using drugs. Definitely a worthwhile reason to hold a press conference and to have the station of the other half of Venezuelans cover it live:

Then there is the Minister of Information Villegas, who not only keeps insisting that the opposition damaged Health centers, despite no evidence that this was so. And this nouveau-facsist Goebbelesque figure not only continues saying this, but keeps attacking Venezuela’s most reputable Human Rigths Organization, Provea, over the subject. Provea said it would accept the opportunity to respond, but Villegas will certainly not give them the chance. Sounds like recounts under Madurismo. (At least the People’s Ombudsman recognized that one center burned down last December)

And there are many similar reports, like fascist signs in hospitals that opposition “squalids” will “dissappear” and Governor Falcón is receiving death threats against him and his family.

And, of course, just in, Venezuela’s Parliament, composed oly of those that recognize Maduro’s win, will investigate Capriles’ role in creating violence in order to “charge him”

Sweet Madurismo all around.

31 Responses to “Chavismo Evolves Into Madurismo-Fascismo”

  1. concerned Says:

    And this will continue to happen until someone stands up and says, “You can’t say that, you can’t do that, you are held accountable”. Like bullies on the playground.

    Until that day, continue to bend over and take it with a smile. Thank you sir, may I have another.

    • JB Says:

      And you will get another. Let’s see how far 21st century tropical fascism last without the big bucks to go around and dear leader departed


  2. Venezuela must find strength and support from the international community. All of South America must be in this together. I wonder, how can a country such as Brazil ever expect to advance if it does not stand up for the right of man? This is a time, in the history of South America, when money should not, cannot trump the fight against fascism.

    • JB Says:

      Good one and good luck.

    • Kepler Says:

      Stuart,

      In 1998 Venezuela had a slight surplus in its trade with Brazil. Today Brazil exports over 5 times more than Venezuela imports from that country.

      This should give you a hint why Brazil acts as it acts now, apart from the ideological crap of Dilma, that is.

  3. JB Says:

    It’s been tropical fascism all along first shrouded as participative democracy then socialism. The f word is hardly ever present. This is fascism all the way around.


  4. Reblogged this on danmillerinpanama and commented:
    Lacking the charisma of the late (un)lamented el Presidente Chávez, el Presidente nuevo Maduro and company are doing something quite difficult: moving even further into a fascist state.

    And in Barquisimeto, Victor Zambrano’s son happened to be among the close to 70 students jailed for protesting the need for a recount. These students were forced to wear hats with the name of Chavez’ PSUV part and forced to jump like frogs on the ground praising Maduro. Those that refused, suffered severe wounds to their buttocks and backs.

    That sort of thing, along with death threats to some and threats of prison to others in the opposition, do not augur well for even the former stunted “democracy” of Venezuela. What will the promised “recount” show?

    • Gordo Says:

      If you look back at history, information that supports the Chavista government has been always blasted over the government airways, and culpable information is blacked out, denied, and attacked. If the this election issue is different, it will be the first time I ever heard of it.

      In general, when the government has done something suspicious, our worst fears end up being what happened, and the rumors that were denied and attacked are eventually proven true.

      Why should this be different? I’m sure if the government was innocent… they would jump at an opportunity to prove the opposition was at fault.

  5. m_astera Says:

    No, not fascism. Trotskyite communism, like Cuba. Just as Hugo promised.

    Under fascism, privately owned corporations control the government. Under communism, the government itself controls all means of production.

  6. Paul Says:

    Has anyone noticed the physical similarity between Iris and the late wacko Lina Ron? Although I must say Iris is quite a bit uglier….no wonder she is mad.

  7. Virginia Says:

    YA TE VAS NICOLAS SHOULD BE PLAYING EVERYWHERE!

  8. Gordo Says:

    There’s nothing special going on now. Think about it! If you were a government that was caught cheating to get itself into power and you are facing imminent and certain economic collapse, and there is a popular threat of a new government taking over and the crimes you have committed over the last decade were about to become public, and all the fortune you amassed through corruption was about to be lossed…. what would you do?

    • Gordo Says:

      All the antics that are going on are informative, but nobody seems to be interested in planning ahead. For example, I am an entrepreneur who believes there will be investment opportunities coming in Venezuela. There must be more people like me who have capital and who want to settle down and rebuild the country. We need a blog that provides that kind of information that looks at the political environment, the market, domestic production gaps, labor, finance and capital formation, business law, prices and investment conditions. Anybody else agree with me?


    • One of the (many) problems with the opposition is pecisely that they see this as an agonal struggle, whereas chavizmo sees it as existential, so, they’re both playing with different sets of rules.

  9. Roy Says:

    Re: Iris Varela. George Orwell said that at 50 everyone has the face they deserve. Iris is way ahead of schedule.

  10. Livefree Says:

    Although admittedly from a distance, it appears the lack of Maduro’s leadership capability is leading to individuals making known their own interpretations of what the message should be based on their own world view. Maduro’s inability to put his own vision out and get control of the message will open the door to chaos and factional infighting sooner rather than later.

    Leadership acts strongly..Maduro is the opposite, reacting weakly


  11. [...] Chavismo Evolves Into Madurismo-Fascismo And here is sweet Minister of Prisons Iris Varela, another fascistoid personality, telling Capriles not to worry that she has reserved a jail cell for him and to please stop using drugs. Definitely a worthwhile reason to hold a press conference and to have the station of the other half of Venezuelans cover it live: [...]

  12. Bruni Says:

    Wasn’t Gabriela Ramirez the one that said that the CDIs were destroyed in 90% and put together intact overnight?

  13. Carolina Says:

    Add this one to the list:

  14. Carolina Says:

    And of course, what’s going on in the Assembly. Opposition deputies are not allowed to participate “because they are not democratic”.

    http://globovision.com/articulo/diputado-carreno-desmiente-que-se-realicen-reuniones-con-parlamentarios-de-la-unidad-para-llegar-a-acuerdos

  15. concerned Says:

    Finally, a fact based article in the international press, Yahoo, on post election government lies about the clinics.

    Smartphones are proving to be an awesome weapon against ignorance and propaganda.

    http://news.yahoo.com/venezuela-wrestles-over-truth-bombing-claims-201218341.html

    Keep them coming………

  16. ErneX Says:

    Miguel you gotta admire the revolution efficiency, they repaired a 90% burned CDI in just a few hours!

    http://globovision.com/articulo/ramirez-cdi-en-barinas-fue-quemado-en-casi-su-totalidad-pero-el-estado-remedio-inmediatamente

    I’m out of words.

  17. Carolina Says:

    Here is another “pase de factura”. Conatel suspended the program “Hay Corazon” hosted by Caterina Valentino, who supported openly Capriles in his campaign, spreading rumours of a relationship between the two of them.

    http://www.eluniversal.com/arte-y-entretenimiento/television/120730/televen-saca-del-aire-hay-corazon-por-exhorto-de-conatel


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