Sunday, August 14, 2011

Chavez return from chemo II

So Chavez returns from Cuba after his acknowledged second session of chemotherapy.  Noticias 24 gives the gross display of that return.....  making us sympathy puke along Chavez's side effects. 

First there is a video which starts with a music that is not Venezuelan.  Goes to tell you that the propaganda ministry has to be now in the hands of Cubans who think our music is generic quena Andean concoctions...  I do not know about you but I find it insulting.  Heck, 12 years of "revolution" and Ali Primera is still the lone musical reference of revolutionary-protest music?

But fear not, in addition of all the cabinet at night on a Saturday waiting for Chavez to land (do they ever spend time at their office?), there was Mari Pili Hernandez a rather very faded youth minster (now that she failed as director of Canal i, bringing it to bankruptcy), serenading Chavez with at least a true Venezuelan song if occasionally off tune.

In chavismo there is not only Chavez who is sick......

Hat Tip Gustavo

7 comments:

  1. torres2:12 PM

    "Teniente --no, capitán."

    He, can't even get his own thing right.

    --

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  2. Boludo Tejano2:37 PM

    First there is a video which starts with a music that is not Venezuelan. Goes to tell you that the propaganda ministry has to be now in the hands of Cubans who think our music is generic quena Andean concoctions..

    At least it is an improvement over the "Thugo in La Patria Cuba" video which had the theme from the movie Exodus as background music.

    I'm sure that make you very grateful.:)

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  3. 1) He looks like Mr. Potato Head w/o the mustache. Why? I dunno.
    2) Michael Jackson (if he was alive) would be out of business after that performance by M.P.

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  4. Anonymous6:24 AM

    The Cubans seem to be trying very hard to make Chavismo work. Are they making common cause with the Venezuelan opposition [your previous post]? Chavez pays and the Cubans subcontract his medical treatment, information technology projects, etc. Can't we just cut the middleman and go straight to the Mexicans, Spaniards and Americans? At least the music is Cuban, though.

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  5. RabbiBulla11:38 AM

    Quote from Babalu-
    Who says dictators don't have a sense of humor? Cuba's Castros have an undeniably comic side, as evidenced by the regime's announcement earlier this month that it plans to provide agricultural advice to 14 Venezuelan states. It sounds like a bad joke. Would you take technical assistance from a government that has turned the chicken into an endangered species in its own country?

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  6. Undoubtedly, the new, official Deporte Nacional of our Venezuela Bolivariana is none other than the 'Hala-Bolismo Olimpico'. Such an incredible discipline indeed, which requires many skills, including serenata 'e cuatro pal comandante. Regarding this popular sport, women seem to be even more talented than men, the fearless and notorious "reinas chupamedia" de la reBolucion Chavista.

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  7. RabbiBulla9:52 AM

    In recent years, the Castro regime has also established and developed ties with Iran, another State Sponsor of Terrorism, as well as a deep-seeded relationship with Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez—both of which are considered threats to the United States.
    Cuba-still listed- State Sponsor of Terror bu US State Department-
    Question-do Venezuelans know this?
    Apparently, most don't-for example- the National Assembly-don't care..?

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