The cynical words of the brainless defenders of the Venezuelan Bolivarian robolution

June 8, 2010


(We have very violent neighbors)

Heard around the inconsistent and cynical revolution:

Francisco Arias Cardenas (Vice-Minister for Latin-America and the Caribbean): “I reject coup d’etats to overthrow Constitutional Governments”

Well said Pancho, but can you explain to us why you led a coup against a Constitutionally elected Government in 1992? What made that justified?

Roy Chaderton(Venezuelan Ambassador to the OAS): “Venezuela rejects an arms race, militarism and war”

Well said Roy, but can you explain why Venezuela has been on a spending spree buying weapons? Or why it is that this is the most militaristic Government in the country’ modern history, presided by a guy who likes to dress up at any excuse with full military garb and weapons? Or threaten us, Venezuelans who oppose him with violence and weapons at every turn? Or how about the fact that your leader is the only Latin-American leader to threaten war or intervention in Latin America since he got elected? Roy, has your mind been stumped so badly or you just don’t want to come back and live here anymore?

Aristobulo Isturiz, former everything, including being simpatico: “The revolution is saving the country?

Jeez, Aristobulo, where should I start? From cynics like you? No

From crime? No.

From corruption? No

From the whims of Chavez? No

From Dictatorship? No

From the robolution? No

From destroying production? No

From Incompetence? No

From Ignorance? No

From selling the country? No

Ari? Should I continue or have you had enough?

Wait! Wait! From our food going putrid, because the Government just does not care? No

Carlos Escarra, Deputy of National Assembly (PSUV): “We will continue investigating the rotten food”

Carlos, Carlos, don’t exaggerate, Chavez already has exonerated Ramirez, who is in charge and you will never dare touch him unless Hugo says go ahead. Pulido may be charged, but it will not go beyond that, look at the attitude of the Presidentica of PDVAL already:

“There is a dirty war against PDVAL”

No Carlos, there is no dirty war against PDVAL, there is a putrid leadership, putrid food, putrid attitude, putrid Deputies, putrid Justice system, putrid management, putrid acceptance of a Dictatorship and a putrid revolution at heart who cares little about Venezuelans and lots about the Dictator from Sabaneta. Your brain, like Roy’s must have a short circuit or an illness, you were once considered intelligence and smart. But you lost it all, including the respect of your friends and family.

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15 Responses to “The cynical words of the brainless defenders of the Venezuelan Bolivarian robolution”

  1. loroferoz Says:

    We have to understand: It is nigh impossible to spin properly…

    …the structural failures, the lack of economic knowhow and motivation, the corruption and the incompetence, and the fantasy outlook of the world that flower under Socialism. In short, the collapse of a fantasy (like fantasy football) system. That’s why they prefer censorship, or if needed or desired, pure terror. Fidel and Stalin, Mao and others are prominent examples.

    But pure terror is way beyond the abilities of THIS set of socialist nincompoops, for reasons too long to number here. Not the least of which are international attention and somewhat free press.

    Count that, and the border conditions under which this particular set of bureaucratic brown-noses (that’s english for the russians “apparatchik”) work, which are not different from those experienced by other socialist bureaucrats (who have terror on their side)…

    And you have the surreal character of their declarations. Presto!

  2. Fred Says:

    The rotten food is not the governments fault!

    Hoy la presidente de Pdval, Virginia Mares asegura que los 1.074 contenedores con 26 mil toneladas de alimentos que están “vencidos” llegaron al puerto cuando “aún estaba en manos privada”. Además, justificó que no contaban con una red de distribución para empezar a repartir los productos.
    Mares asevera que la culpa de este desastre está en manos privadas.“Por ejemplo, cuando el puerto estuvo en manos privadas, se colapsó y pasó a patio secundario, y por algunas ineficiencias que tenemos en el sistema de distribución fueron quedando productos”.

    Rules of the game:
    1.- The government is not guilty
    2.- If the government is guilty, rule #1 applies

  3. GWEH Says:

    I agree with Robert and that’s why they want Polar and other profitable bussinesses.

  4. Robert Says:

    What’s to prevent resale of bolivares once obtained from the central bank, creating a 4th exchange rate? The law? Ha!

    Call me cynical but I believe the government saw profits going to someone else in the black market and took it over to get a piece of the action. It’s a Chinese tactic “if anyone is going to make money off this transaction, it’s going to be us.” And it’s a handy political persecution rule.

  5. Dagoberto Says:

    Maybe the President of PDVAL meant:

    “There is a PUTRID war against PDVAL”

  6. Floyd Looney Says:

    You would think that it would be as easy as going to the store to see that the Chavez dictatorship is a failure.

  7. Gordo Says:

    Hugo Chavez Revolution has mastered the Orwellian Language of “Newspeak.”

    Here is the official definition from the Merriam-Webster dictionary:

    new•speak (‘nü-“spEk, ‘nyü-), noun, Usage: often capitalized. : propagandistic language marked by euphemism, circumlocution, and the inversion of customary meanings. Etymology: Newspeak, a language “designed to diminish the range of thought,” in the novel 1984 (1949) by George Orwell. Date: 1950

  8. gomezcal Says:

    Chavez’s “televangelist” style has been addressed in academia by, among others,
    José Pedro Zúquete: The Missionary Politics of Hugo Chavez
    Latin American Politics and Society, Vol. 50 N. 1 Spring 2008: 91-121

  9. concerned Says:

    ” Both are cases of emotional conversion and emotional investment, and it would likely take an even stronger emotional experience to counteract them.”

    Hunger…

  10. m_astera Says:

    Island Canuck wrote:

    We have one family member that is over 70 & was once a person of some intelligence. Her whole family has tried to reason with her about her obvious errors of reason to no avail.

    It reminds me of people who fall under the spell of televangelists & won’t listen to their family members pleading with them not to send all their money to them. You can’t change the mind of a brick wall.

    There’s a saying about how one can’t use reason to change a belief that wasn’t acquired in a rational manner. You are correct: There is no difference between those who follow televangelists and those who blindly support Chavez, none whatsoever. Both are cases of emotional conversion and emotional investment, and it would likely take an even stronger emotional experience to counteract them.

  11. concerned Says:

    Oficial Paralelo Dolar = 9.65

  12. Mike g Says:

    You had me at inconsistant and cynical revolution

  13. Kepler Says:

    A wee bit off topic but not so completely:

    what has happened to
    Jesse Chacon after he “retired”?
    And what about his brother, who is supposed to be in jail? In what jail is he?
    What has happened to the trail against Freddy RoboCop Bernal?
    And what has happened to the trail against Paris-loving Barreto?
    And the trial against Miss Beauty Lina Ron?
    Should we not start building up a sort of Corrupedia? I suggested that once in my blog only to realise Colombians have
    something like that:
    http://corrupedia.com/index.php?title=CorrupediA:P%C3%A1gina_Principal

    Island,

    Amen
    🙂
    or rather :{
    but you are right

  14. island canuck Says:

    “But you lost it all, including the respect of your friends and family.”

    This unfortunately describes many families in Venezuela where one or more members blindly listen to VTV & believe everything that they say to eliminate all this bad news.

    We have one family member that is over 70 & was once a person of some intelligence. Her whole family has tried to reason with her about her obvious errors of reason to no avail.

    It reminds me of people who fall under the spell of televangelists & won’t listen to their family members pleading with them not to send all their money to them. You can’t change the mind of a brick wall.

  15. concerned Says:

    Don’t hold back…Tell us how you really feel.

    It’s all good and it’s all true. Keep it coming.


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