Monday, January 15, 2007

Drug traffic in Venezuela: an eye witness account?

Three articles for your reading pleasure (hat tip Alex).

The original in Spanish about that Colombian drug trafficker who claims to have had a good business association with Venezuelans for drug traffic. The translation as published in Megaresistencia (I did not do it, and they borrowed my flags for their web site, but I have nothing to do with them). Fascinating.

And for good measure the adventures of Andres Oppenheimer in India where he finds out that Indians are willing to accept from Chavez what they would not accept from their Indian leaders. Sobering.

-The end-

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