Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Cartas a la MUD: ¿Por que no le dan duro a Chávez con el genocidio de Gadafi?

Nos enteramos hoy que una misión Libia, del lado de Gadafi, llego a Caracas para pedir ayuda.  Son varios, nos dicen.

¿Y ustedes no van a decir nada?
Combates en Misrata, según Paris Match
No se, pero a mi me parece que debe haber alguna manera de aprovecharse de la situación.  Desde que Gadafi decidió arrimarse ya hay tal vez 30.000 civiles muertos en Libia.  También ya vimos todos como las tropas Libias están repletas de mercenarios que se esconden entre la población civil para su tarea sucia, como la reconquista falla de Misrata.  Bueno, por lo menos lo vimos los que no dependen de Globovision o VTV (los otros canales venezolanos no cuentan).

¿Ustedes no creen que algo se debería decir al respecto?  ¿No sería bueno saber que no todos los venezolanos apoyan a un genocida?  No le tengan miedo a Chávez, total, con cualquiera escusa el los va a vincular con "el imperio".  Por lo meno si ustedes condenan a Qadafi repetidamente, acusan a Chávez de colaborar con un genocida, implican que tal vez lo que quiera hacer Chávez es usar mercenarios cubanos para matar a civiles venezolanos, podrían por lo menos obligar a algunos chavistas a pensar en el asunto.

¿O es que no es verdad lo que acabo de escribir?  ¿No creen que es su deber alertar a la población?  ¿O por lo menos silenciar farsantes como yo, si es que lo soy, por querer sembrar el miedo?  No es que se les pida hacer idioteces como Donald Trump, pero, recórcholis, no sigan perdiendo tantas oportunidades de hablar. 

MUD: ¡Digan algo!  No es con el silencio que se motiva al pueblo opositor.

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PS: a partir de ahora, cuando se presente la oportunidad, escribiré mensajes cortos sobre fallas obvias de la MUD, ofreciendo el inventario anticipado del por que se perdieron las elecciones de 2012.  Información veraz y balanceada como dice el inefable e infame lema de Venevision, al ofrecer también la lista de los responsables de la dictadura.

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:56 PM

    Nunca dicen algo, esta boca no es de ellos, asi no se gana, por mi no son politicos y mucho menos lideres. Si se sienten bien así es que no sirven para nada y si se molestan hágalo saber bien alto , bien fuerte más que su contrincante. Que sepamos nosotros donde vamos porque si tenemos riñones. La Maga Lee

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  2. Anonymous1:51 AM

    Right now the focus is winning in 2012. To win it has to be 100% local.

    Who really thinks that el pueblo cares a thing about events outside Venezuela. Chavez understands this. It's a reason Thugo can run all over the crazy world with an open wallet full of petro dollars. It is why he can run Venezuela's international donations as if they are his own. He can give money to this and that organization in Argentina, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Libya or Belarus and to the Venezuelan pueblo is just a mere bunch of casino chips where the real value of what Chavez is throwing around is hard to picture or to understand.

    Pan, luz y agua then to a lesser extend security, infrastructure conditions, and inflation. Those are the areas which will cause a lost for the Chavez camp. Lack of these is what produces the pain that people understand.

    The road to the finish line starts with the first step in the right direction. Winning demands a sniper's sharp focus.

    But oK, ok, in the meantime, MUD can assign someone to be a spokesperson to placate the far and between internationalists among us. That person with a team of three or maybe four people can do the job (Daniel are you up to the task to join this team? VZLA needs you!). But staying the course is a must; the bread and butter efforts (99%+++) of MUD should be Pan, Luz y Agua; Pan, Luz y Agua. Nada menos y nada mas.

    It's the only way Chavez will be defeated at the polls.

    Alejo Vzla Paraiso Perdido

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  3. alejo

    of course, if the MUD called me on foreign matters i would love to help, but they have already a bunch of old gizzards that do not want anyone new to speak... they are probably already fighting among themselv3es for the next foreign minister post.

    but i must disagree that el pueblo is insensitive on foreign matters. certainly it will not be a major factor, and possibly a zero factor in socio groups E and D. but in C? we need all the help we can to make inroads in the C group which includes a lot of public workers voting Chavez out of fear for their job, or out of utter negligence. we need to wake them up as to the damage that Chavez does in and to Venezuela, and trust me, there are more oblivious C sector than what you may think they are. read "la pereza NiNi" in el chiguire bipolar....

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