A blog about life under, and resisting, a dictatorship
It's good to see that the wheels of Spanish justice keep churning on in spite of the Spanish government's efforts to derail it.It's interesting that Chavez is responding by threatening his beloved buddies of the Spanish government that their billions of investments will be at risk if this keeps on going on.It looks like this spineless and greedy government is caught between a rock and a hard place.Maybe for them justice will be served when they will have to pay the political price for cozying up to Chavez.Spain seems to be passing an important test of democracy where political pressure is not enough to derail justice from being carried out.
'"This government does not endorse nor support any terrorist group," Chávez said.'No, not by your warped definition of terrorism (shared by a miniscule portion of the world) where someone who kills or kidnaps civilians is not a terrorist (because if their goal is ousting Uribe, anything goes, since ends justify means) whereas someone who encourages voting against you might be.
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