Monday, May 24, 2010

Terrorist training camps around Caracas?

Antena 3 in Spain reports on that.  Believe at your own risk.  I, for one, will wait a little bit more before I make up my mind.  It will not matter much anyway as the camps are probably gone by now, if they existed, and Chavez will scream "manipulacion mediatica", while no investigation will take place.  Then again, a Zapatero in deep trouble in Spain might chose to make something out of it to distract his own public opinion.

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:14 PM

    I have no idea if this guy is legit, but I do know that one of his last books (about Spanish skinheads) managed to get the skinheads in full rabid disqualification mode here:

    http://antonio-salas.blogspot.com/

    Note that site doesn't belong to the author, but to the skinheads who do their best PSUV-lackey-trying-to-insult-the-empire impersonation.

    The only thing that seems certain is that Salas does spend a lot of his time infiltrating organizations of dubious moral fiber. Whether his accounts of the events are accurate, that's another story.

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  2. I am impressed with the fact that workers are finally saying enough is enough. My only concern is that if there is a significant uprising and public unrest wont that play right into Chavez's hand. He will then have an excuse not to hold elections in september. It seems like a double edge sword.

    But then what is the alternative!

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