Tuesday, August 01, 2017

The fraud

Since I am writing late and you certainly read all major papers in the world and blogs and tweets…  I will be short and sweet and didactic if possible.

What happened in Venezuela was an historical electoral fraud of major proportions. So blatant, so nakedly obvious is the fraud that within hours more than a dozen countries have announced they would not recognize the result. And more to come.  Only outlaw regimes like Cuba, or commies disguised as lefties in Europe like Iglesias or Melanchon can recognize the result.

Let’s go by part.

The electoral fraud. It was openly visible. International journalists reported on it even before the voting centers closed. Pictures comparing centers of July 16th and yesterday were posted and the difference in attendance was obvious. Voting centers were empty to lightly attended, or outright closed. Only the one at the Poliedro had people that supposedly accounted from the all the “violence areas that did not allow people to vote”. And yet, the attendance there looked like the normal one at a regular major voting center, not the one that was supposed to welcome dozens of voting centers. Well, it seemed like that if you have a scientific and critical mind which is something that the lumpen chavismo does not have. Otherwise they would not be chavistas.

The electoral fraud was concrete. I have told you the experience of my S.O. and that by itself is enough for me. Simply put, there was NO control. Simply put, people could vote wherever they wanted. Simply put people could vote as often as they wanted. Simply put there were no witnesses so voting table attendants could activate voting stations and fill up the boxes with as many ballots as they wanted.

The electoral fraud started from the start. I have listed already all the parameters that made this vote a fraud. You just need to add what I have written above.

The results themselves were deliberately proclaiming the fraud. The results were simply unbelievable. So unbelievable that one cannot fathom the need of the regime for such an atrocious lie. With empty streets, empty voting centers, closed ones, the regime could not show true videos of massive attendance like the ones the opposition got without any trouble on July 16th. Never mind that it was forbidden for independent press to visit most voting centers. Since the fraud was so obvious the regime just played it to the full. That is what happens when you have no shame left. It announced a result bigger than what the opposition claimed on July 16th. Which incidentally is almost three times as the numbers announced in midafternoon though “leaks”. That is: the regime is claiming that at least twice as many people went to vote than what actually took part in the vote. Since this is a dictatorship there is no way to investigate this. And even if the leakers were to come forward proof in hand, to what court in Venezuela can we go to complain?

The results are meaningless and aim only at the chavista lumpen and brain washed. Think of it this way. Maduro claims that 8 million people voted for his fraud in the middle of the major economic crisis that we have experienced in our history. No food, no jobs, no medicine, violence from crime skyrocketing, etc, etc…  And he gets almost as many votes as Chavez was getting ten years ago at his prime of massive flux of dollars and cash payment to “el pueblo”.  Gimme a break! The other results that are meaningless are who won what. That is, when the injection of votes is so fragrant, so abusive that whoever won whatever seat somewhere it is because votes were allocated to that person according to the regime wishes. We will soon find out, I guess, what section of chavismo has come on top, not through votes but through counting the votes in the greatest Stalinist dictum. You know, the one where he says that elections do not depend on the votes but on who counts them.

I think this is enough. If you are not convinced by this then you are either dumb or of bad faith or cashing on, which is the same as bad faith. I am sorry, I live in a dictatorship, I cannot play nice anymore.

And let's not forget that an election run under repression and a violence that left more than a dozen people killed has NO validity.



  1. Boludo Tejano4:45 AM

    Once, twice, three times a fraude.

    1. And probably fource and fivce....

    2. Boludo Tejano5:10 PM

      And probably fource and fivce....

      While Lionel Richie would tell us that three times is accurate, other musicians, such as Bob Wills or Sister Rosetta Tharpe, inform us that Four or Five Times describe the situation rather well.

  2. Anonymous5:04 AM

    You should write about how your SO voted.

  3. Of course it was a monumental fraud. To the tune of 6 Million fabricated 'votes', plus most of those who indeed voted (less than 2 mil) were coerced, intimidated, and had no idea for whom they were voting. Fearful sheep, and/or corrupt enchufados afraid to lose their bogus chavistoide jobs and their pathetic Claps.

    But that's not the real question. The important question now is what the 'pueblo' and the MUD and the Int'l community are going to DO.

    Clearly the repression is about to get even worse. Leopoldo and Ledezma are back in jail. And that's just an appetizer before they storm into the AN and kick out the MUD. Almagro can't DO shyt. Trump is just freezing some accounts, see if Maduro cares.. their stolen billions are hidden in other countries under other names.

    SEVERE economic measures should be taken NOW to Choke Chavismo. Worldwide. And the MUD better get 'el pueblo' in gear with even much more force and numbers. Los cerros tienen que bajar. 10 Million people in the streets. NOW. Or say hello to Cubazuela for decades to come.

  4. I read online yesterday that the US Treasury sanctioned Maduro!!

  5. Anonymous4:30 PM

    Why doesn't Rector Rondon come clean and announce the real vote count? Is he imparcial or what? He claims and makes statements to the Inconstitucionalidad of the vote and yet he doesn't expose how the other 4 Lacras in the CNE are doing it. Is he a complice to the fraud or is he for justice, transparency, and legality of the voting process? It just seems he could do A LOT more to expose not only the CNE fraud but how they do it and where the orders come from.

    1. He may not have access to the final real numbers. He may bide his time. He may have sold out. He may be under life threat.

  6. The US needs to stop allowing Venezuela from refining their gasoline here. That would put at least some pressure on them.


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