|Chavez ghost spoketh? Spooketh?|
And idiotic tweets chavismo threw at him by the way. I am pointing below one of the least offensive ones, from my home state governor, just for example.
#JJRendonMalNacido.. No tiene limites el irrespeto y las posiciones miserables de la derecha corrupta, inmoral y apátrida.!
— JULIO LEON HEREDIA (@JULIOLEONYARA) September 29, 2013
There are no limits the disrespect and the miserable positions of the corrupt right, immoral and antifatherland (translation?) ¨[note: the tweet is even more ill written in Spanish as in English, and he still had a few characters left to improve it]If you want barrack's crudeness read those of @dcabellor widely retweeted by my illustrious governor.
I am not too sure what to make of this and I doubt very much that it will help our side. Actually, I would not be surprised at all if chavismo were at the origin of that fake where Chavez pretends to be alive and kidnapped, National Enquirer front pages value! After all we only have Maduro's word for the attribution to JJ Rendon of this farce, and in a few months we have established quite well that Maduro's word is worth way less than what little value Chavez word had......
Ola de repudio contra la derecha que ofendió el sentimiento del pueblo,con la publicación de un montaje contra Chávez..#JJRendonMalNacido
— Nicolás Maduro (@NicolasMaduro) September 29, 2013
A wave of disapproval against the right that offended the feeling of "el pueblo", with the publication of a fake against Chavez #JJRendonillborn. [observe how the president of the republic lowers himself to gutter insult with the "mal nacido", ill born, born of a whore, or something like that]Anyway, Rendon, an international political consultant that is forced to live outside of Venezuela, has been squarely placed in chavismo imaginary, allowing for a few hours a different discussion than food scarcity, drug shipments, failure of the Chinese loan, etc,. When a regime reaches such nincompoopy conspiracy theories you know they are nervous. No? If anything, putting up that fake (I truly hope it is a fake but with a country under the rule of Cuban santeros who can be 100% sure?) reminds us how hysterically based chavismo is.
PS: you would be surprised at how many images of the ghost of Chavez appear if you Google "Chavez fantasma".