martes, 26 de noviembre de 2013

El bufón merece una patada histórica

Maduro dijo ayer: hierve la sangre cuando uno ve a una embajadora inmiscuyéndose en los asuntos internos de los hondureños

El bufón dijo esto porque la embajadora de USA en Honduras había anunciado un programa para enseñar a votar a los hondureños.

Pero  el bufón no recuerda que el fué quien manejó el auto que trató de meter a Zelaya de regreso en Honduras?

No recuerda este pobre bufón que fué él quien trató de que los militares paraguayos dieran un golpe militar para restituir al Obispo gozón en la presidencia?

No recuerda el bufón que las campañas de Umala (la primera), de Cristina Fernández, de Ortega, de López Obrador, de Correa, de Morales, han sido financiadas por el régimen forajido que el representa?

El bufón Nicolás está moralmente podrido.  Miente sin preocuparle ya si sus mentiras son o no creídas por los venezolanos.

La verdad es que en Honduras el bufón malgastó millones de dólares que hubieran servido para importar papel tualé. No solo no ganó Nicolasa sino que los venezolanos no tienen el necesario artículo sanitario.

Que bufón tan inepto!  Se merece una patada histórica.

2 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

Anotame ahi para lo de las patadas Coronel que yo si se las doy. Pero me gustaria ser parte de la magna sala burrera que en cada plaza Bolivar del pais le deberiamos dar a este extranjero de nacimiento y de Corazon (castrocubano) por hacerle mal a la tierra de Bolivar.

Anónimo dijo...

Hi Gustavo,

This is a little off topic, but I think it illuminates the reason for the madness which we see everyday in Venezuela.
We sometimes don't see the forest because of the trees.

There is a reason for this madness.
You have well documented over the years details of the ineptness, corruption, stupidity, unfairness, brutality, ... of this regime.

Compared to a true representative government, none of the actions you have documented make any sense to a normal rational thinking person who has lived in a representative democracy, such as the 4rta. (however imperfect it was)

We have a tendency to view politics through the lense of what we had become accustomed to in the period from 1958-1999.

What we have is not a change from one political party to another (AD to COPEI to AD to COPEI again).

This is a Marxist revolution, that we have read about in our history books. These revolutions have a formula and an itinerary that is all too well documented. It is all about gaining power and consolidating power, and keeping power.

All the cards were carefully set into place:
-The constitution
-presidential terms
-The corte Suprema de Justicia
-Voting machines
-Autocratic presidential powers....

What we are watching is a well known formula carefully being played out according to well known and historically documented plans.
We are still in phase I "the dictatorship of the proletariat"

Vladimir Lenin describes this phase as follows:

"The proletariat cannot achieve victory without breaking the resistance of the bourgeoisie, without forcibly suppressing its adversaries, ...
And if you exploiters attempt to offer resistance to our proletarian revolution we shall ruthlessly suppress you; we shall deprive you of all rights; more than that, we shall not give you any bread, for in our proletarian republic the exploiters will have no rights, they will be deprived of fire and water, for we are socialists...."

Does this remind us of anything?

The Venezuela middle class are the frog that was placed into a pot of cold water in 1999, which by 2013 is about to boil--but the frog still has not noticed a change in temperature.

If you believe the electoral system is fixed (which I do), then voting is just the pressure valve used by the regime to relieve the frustrations of honest citizens who think that by excersizing their acred right to vote expect a change, and thing will go back to the way they were.

in my country they call this "Alegria Tisica"

I am sad for Venezuela when I think about how long Mugabe has been in power in Zimbabwe, How long Castro has held Cuba hostage, how long it took the Soviet Union to collapse.

I often think about the total ineptness of this crowd, and hope that they will fail by their own incompetence and inertia.

But they have the guns, and they have the power and the money, the voting machines, and they make the rules and they have their plan, which if we look at history-we know what their next steps, are, which we are powerless to avoid.

I take "alentamiento" from what happened to (sic) Ceaucescu in Romania and in the recent events in Egypt, and I pray that it won't take 3 generations for Venezuela to get back to what it was 20 years ago.

Thank You for your patience,

God Bless Venezuela!

John R.