These Are The Terrible Acts That Led To Three US Diplomats being kicked Out of Venezuela

October 1, 2013

So the terrible acts committed by the three american diplomats were visiting an opposition Mayor, visiting ONG Sumate, Bolivar branch and talking (not even shown) to Andres Velasquez and Maria Corina Machado.

This in a country where Cuban military officials boss around Venezuelan ones and are present everywhere.

What a joke Maduro is!

43 Responses to “These Are The Terrible Acts That Led To Three US Diplomats being kicked Out of Venezuela”

  1. Kepler Says:

    I pity you. It must be very embarrassing for you guys, to be be Venezuelans.
    You are the laughing stock of the world.
    OK, OK, OK, I admit it! I am Venezuelan too!

    Trágame, tierra!

  2. Hans Says:

    EEUU expulsa a Calixto Ortega, Mónica Sánchez y Marisol Gutiérrez (Houston)

  3. Gordo Says:

    It would useful if opposition leaders and others who are “off limits” were forced to wear something like a star of david, so various ambassadors and other foreign visitors could avoid deportation!

  4. m_astera Says:

    I think the difference is that many people cared about Hugo, so when he claimed all that fake persecution and plots, at least there was a response. Who cares about Maduro? :p

  5. CARLOS Says:

    I look at this video early this morning at VTV..unbelievable!!! It shows NOTHING!!!!! 3 officers flying in commercial airline, registered at the passengers list, lined at the counter, etc etc…WHAT A BUNCH OF DUMB SPIES!!!! Then moving in the city riding on a compelling sport utility and visiting a public officer like a major!!!! Really secret trip!!!!
    It is unbelievable how ridiculous is this show!!!

  6. Ira Says:

    If they showed a little 5-year-old girl picking flowers with that music playing in the background…

    Maduro could convince his enlightened constituency that SHE was plotting to kill him.

  7. Caraqueño Says:

    What’s up with the Exorcist sound track …. someone should figure out who’s got the rights and sue VTV for copyright infringement.

  8. sapitosetty Says:

    I’m surprised they are allowed to take commercial flights within Venezuela. The government should tout that as a vote of confidence.

    • vijay Says:

      good point!

      I once flew on a flight from Caracas to Maracaibo and it landed in a ditch next to the runway when it tried to turn. I would not advice people to take commercial flights inside Venezuela. They fly or may not fly; land or may not land.

      Anyway what the hell I am talking about; at the prices they are quoting for flights to Venezuela, noo ne will be ever able to fly to Venezuela. 3500 from Houston for October!

  9. Dr. Faustus Says:

    I don’t know about you but just listening to that creepy music/dirge had me checking for microphones behind the wall pictures. These people are nuts.

  10. Szut Says:

    They sure look like they’re plotting something, lunch maybe? Arepas con guayanés?

  11. Pepeganga Says:

    And the banker that the CIA killed in CCS? Didn’t you see it in Homeland on Sunday? They must have seen it too and acted.

  12. fred Says:

    The only thing that video proves is that nobody in the government cares about the substance of the accusations. Just like the sabotaging iguanas and the constant assasination plots, the endgame is to keep the plot accusations churning. The government never comes off of a crisis and can justify any action it wants in response.

    • sr. señor Says:

      kind of like the U.S. war on terror

      • TV Says:

        Except that US war on terror is not used to futher internal agenda or maintain a political party in power. Oh, and the said war on terror actually does have plots against innocents. Remember that shopping mall in Kenya two weeks ago?

        So … completely unlike the US war on terror.

        • Frog Says:

          oh yes it is. See below. What do you think is the justification for the massive intelligence budgets? The NSA budget? The massive surveillance dragnet? The companies that are providing the infrastructure from facilities to electronics to people.

        • Frog Says:

          look at the size of the outsourced intelligence apparatus alone. 1.5 million? that is the low number. That is just people. Dont you think there is an interest here? I know for a fact there is

      • Frog Says:

        Sir, the term “war on terror” is no longer officially used by “El Imperio.” The term now in effect is “Overseas Contingency Operation.” It does justify the activities and spending of the NSA and its business partners.

        • You have a program Frog. The United States is fighting terrorism(maybe not perfectly) while the Chavistas are acting like terrorists. Your problem Frog is that your religion is hatred of the US, which, for you, is a much simpler venue than looking at the real problems.

        • m_astera Says:


          If you have read this blog for a while, you should know that any evil may be attributed to the Venezuelan government without question, but the US may never be criticized and never does wrong. Any critique of the US will be met with ad hominem attacks on the poster, without fail. It’s a lot like listening to the Rush Limbaugh radio program in that way, where one can say anything they like about the Democratic party or “liberals” but Republicans and “conservatives” are faultless and off limits.

          • Obviously you don’t read this blog very often.

          • NorskeDiv Says:

            Turning discussions of Venezuela into a discussion about the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings does give you a tinge of PSFness, that is not an insult, merely a statement of fact.

            In the same way, turning a discussion of the baseless ousting of some diplomats into a discussion about the US (instead of Chinese and Russian) war on terror again puts you rhetorically pretty close to PSF territory.

  13. Kenneth Price Says:

    The only proper response is to treat Venezuelan diplomats the same way: confine them to the cities where they’re assigned, and expel them on a “tit-for tat” basis.

    • sr. señor Says:

      Tit, meet Tat

      “Several days later, the United States expelled two Venezuelan diplomats in response.”

    • Roy Says:

      Actually, I think the best response from the U.S. at this point is to do nothing. The normal response is for the U.S. to expel three of diplomats of similar rank. But in this case, I think the U.S. should announce that, other than filing the normal protest at this absurd and baseless action, after consideration, the U.S. has determined that there are no punitive actions more damaging to the Venezuelan government than that which they are already doing to themselves. Then close the announcement by wishing the people of Venezuela well.

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