Monday, December 20, 2010

A ridiculous cadena to hide the Sur del Lago protests

Sur del Lago people are resisting.  The legislative assembly of the state moved down there to seat, the representatives elect are stirring the pot, the regime sent a Cuban general!  A Cuban general to direct the repression, how appropriate!!!

So, all of this is playing in Globovision and apparently whoever has access to Globovision is watching.  That is too many people, no matter how many.  So Chavez has prepared a cadena that has just started for the graduation of some of the new National Police that reaches its first year of existence.  As far as we can tell the new National Police has made no dent on the crime rate of Venezuela however it has shown that it has been well trained for repression as we could see from the protest in Caracas subway about three weeks ago.

In other words the cadena is useless but it serves a censorship purpose, the more so if as it is quite possible the regime decides to strike against the people blockading the roads.

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:53 PM

    Yet another communist tyrany hatches yet another disaster.

    The firing squads will soon be ready, the prison cells are waiting, and the trains to the gulags will all be at the railroad stations.

    My advice would be to head for the border.

    Now!

    Merry Christmas.

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  2. Anonymous6:38 PM

    Van a coger fincas con tanques, con cañon, tanquetas y sopotocientos militares armados hasta los dientes, para mi son unos ridículos cobardes, militares contra civiles, son Nazis? son invasores de otro planeta?, lo que es seguro sus jefes no tienen los pies en la tierra, y si la cabeza llena de pajaritos.La Maga Lee

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