Monday, May 02, 2011

Brutal fascist repression in Barinas, the home state of Chavez

Lorent Saleh, noted student that lead the latest hunger strike, was today in Barinas state for an event defending political prisoners.  Chavismo thinking that it was far enough from Caracas arrested him and beat him up brutally.  There are even pictures that we wonder how the local goons managed to let escape from the detention place.  Then again they might be idiot enough to see that as a future deterrent for students to dare challenge Chavez in his home state.  Note: I am not precising whether it was police, reserva, plain goons, etc...  fascist systems create that potential in all of its followers.

2 comments:

  1. Fear is the most crippling emotion. It brings out the worst of the worst if we let it. It kills hope, dreams, destiny. Minds spin out of control, on future possibilities, usually imagining the worst.

    however:

    Action seems to follow feeling, but really action and feeling go together; and by regulating the action, which is under more direct control of the will, we can indirectly regulate the feeling, which is not.

    If we do something everyday for no other reason than we would rather not do it, when the hour of dire need draws nigh, it may find us able to stand the test.

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  2. The only question here is why the beaters felt the need to bash Lorent up. why, and with what authority? Their time will come. What goes around comes around and I only hope that someone saw who did it, knows who did it and notes who did it. Their time will come.

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