Where are the Chavistas to defend this putrid revolution when you need them?
Today we learn that the nice revolution rather than build the sugar plant for the Sabaneta agricultural workers coop with the more than US$ 277 million allocated to this “flagship” project of the revolution, did other things like build the building below for Chavez MVR electoral campaign, well known as Comando Maisanta, the same name given to the now infamous and perverse software, both named after Chavez’ great grandfather the un-hero (more of a murderer and a traitor) Maisanta. Curiously, the Committee of the National Assembly somehow bypassed this small detail, not even including it in its final report:
The Mayor that diverted the funds was actually separated from his position by General Gomez Parra, who has been charged by the Prosecutor’s office for corruption, but, surprise, surprise, was reinstated by the then President of the Sugar Plant project Antonio Albarran, who later became Minister of Agriculture, was dismissed by Chavez, charged with corruption by the National Assembly Committee last Thursday, only to be magically exonerated on Monday by the General Prosecutor, which was ratified, get this, the next day by the Head of the same Committee of the National Assembly Pedro Carreño. Only in the revolution do they change a story in four days and get away with it!
Thus, in the revolution, there is no separation between Government and Chavez’ party and when this is pointed out to the President, he did nothing about it! As noted in today’s paper, the accused, Gral. Gomez Parra wrote to Chavze about all this only 14 months ago and the President simply ignored it. Anywhere else this would be grounds for impeachment. Moreover, the same information was also handed out to the then Minister of Defense Garcia Carneiro, who somehow, also forgot about it and did nothing!
But there is more, these nice soldiers of the corrupt revolution also did things like: A Captain bought a home for, who else, himself, and not happy with it, used a small amount of money (US$ 6,000) to help build another house for his family and Sergeant outright stole some Bs. 150 million (US$ 79,000)
What a putrid revolution!