Friday, September 19, 2008

Defend The Venezuelan Masses Against Human Rights Activist Pigs! Viva Chavez!

“About 20 men, some of them in military uniform, intercepted us when we arrived at our hotel after returning from dinner Thursday night,” Mr. Vivanco said in a telephone interview from São Paulo. He said he struggled briefly with the security officials when he tried to send a message on his BlackBerry to The New York Times about the expulsion.

The officials then disabled the BlackBerries of the two men and prevented them from contacting anyone in Venezuela, including diplomats from the embassies of Chile or the United States. “They informed us of our apprehension and told us they had entered our rooms and had packed our belongings,” Mr. Vivanco said.

That's what you get for engaging in counter-revolutionary imperialist activity such as documenting widespread political discrimination, intimidation of union members and a subservient judiciary.


Blogger SnoopyTheGoon said...

And you haven't mentioned in the last sentence yet the rise of the new Caudillo.

The inexorable sequence of the events in Venezuela is painful to watch. It is too familiar.

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