Monday, June 07, 2010

A French man travels to Venezuela

Courtesy of reader NP, this article in French about what you see when you travel to Venezuela today.


  1. Anonymous3:50 PM

    The Google English translation is:

  2. Bridge4:04 PM

    Merci Daniel ! l'article est tres interessant !

  3. Excellent!

    I wish I could read French, but I can't. Although the Google translation is pretty good (far superior to Google translations from Spanish), I suspect that a human translation into English would be even better.

    Daniel, would it be asking too much of you to do that for us dummies?

  4. Dan Miller

    Yes it would. I am too busy to translate these days, sorry. :(

    But worry not: the point here is that at every level the bolivarian fraud appears more and more, from newspapers to blog entries all around the world. Rational people do not buy it anymore.


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