Bans do not apply to those that deserve the privilieges, like revolutionaries

February 5, 2006

A year ago, the Government banned airplanes from using the Caracas military airport “La Carlota”, decreeing that only helicopters could take off and land from that day on. The ostensible reason was that this represented a danger to the population of the city and, after all, it was only used by a “priviliged few”. The ban held until the viaduct collapsed and I had heard rumors that planes were landing there once in a while. Yesterday while taking part in the march I took the picture below. Unfortunately, one can not see the letters on the plane to check who it belongs to, but I am sure that it belongs to the Government and this is just the new oligarchy and their friends, taking advantage of their priviliges. I am sure that in their minds, some are more deserving of priviliges than others. Unless it is a well-designed UFO. Viva la Revolucion!

4 Responses to “Bans do not apply to those that deserve the privilieges, like revolutionaries”

  1. George Best Says:

    Sry – wrong blog – but applies anyway…

  2. George Best Says:


    OLD, SICK + BAD – perfect S.O.B….

  3. George Best Says:

    Hi, and have high valued cargo on board…

  4. […] Now, it used to be, up to 2005, that private planes could fly in and out of the La Carlota military base in Caracas. This was stopped in 2005, unless, of course, you were a revolutionary or related to one, or had a connection to one, as I showed in 2006. […]

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