Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Weil on La Carolina

This is so good, so revealing of the hypocrisy behind chavismo leadership.

Chavez, doing a TV pass to La Carolina during his last Sunday show Alo Presidente:
"We are going now to La Carolina"
The kid wet from the pool:
"We are very happy.  When do we get to expropriate your farm?
(with the adequate familiarity and accent)

To understand this fully you need to realize that the Chavez clan properties in Barinas are way, way larger than the farm of Diego Arria whose land was occupied mostly by mountain side of no agricultural value except for some coffee grove.  In other words, if the law justifies the robbery of the Diego Arria farm it should then have already taken away the much larger estates of the Chavez clan in Barinas. 

Need we say more?


  1. Weil is goood.

    I was thinking the same thing about the Chavera (let's not talk about the other properties under the name of frontmen).

    There was an interesting article about how Hugo's clan got that land: "esos papeles deben de estar por ahi" or something.

  2. Anonymous7:30 PM

    Kepler: "let's not talk about the other properties under the name of frontmen"

    Oh, no. Let's do talk about them. If anyone goes after La Chavera, he can pretend it's merely a ploy against him and his family, but if you go after his other properties, what the hell is he going to say?

    Someone should get a list of all properties he owns under the table and start demanding that they be confiscated too, and start sending squatters. He cannot admit they're his without looking like the oligarch he pretends not to be.


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