I attended this magnificent civic protest and had the opportunity to see, on the other side of the street, a group of about 12 persons, all waving identical banners, obviously made by a specialized Company, in support of the Venezuelan regime. It was evident that this group was made up of mercenaries paid by the Venezuelan regime to disrupt our protest, an attempt that failed. Who could have paid these mercenaries?
In the crowd I was surrounded by the young and the very young, by mothers and small children and, even by a few seniors such as myself, more than 300 people at the time I left. We had come to demand that the OAS activates the Democratic Inter American Chart to deal with the Venezuelan tragedy. The mercenaries on the other side of the street limited themselves to throw insults at us. No one in that group seemed to know the words of the Venezuelan national anthem.
Chaderton, let me say this to you: You are a miserable liar. To say that we got paid by the U.S. governmemt to attend this protest is despicable. It is impossible for you to fall any lower. Every one of us prepared our banners at home. My daughter and I paid $12 for the materials to make ours. All of us, protesting in front of the OAS today, were free Venezuelans, quite a difference from the mercenaries howling on the other side of the street. They carried, I repeat, professionally made banners, all identical in appearance. Fortunately there is plenty of graphic evidence on this and there were many journalists covering the event.
Roy Chaderton Matos, you are a miserable person.
Since I live in Washington I challenge you to debate publicly about our allegations or about any other topic related to our country. Choose the place.
Although, coming to think of it, debating is a civilized act. What you would really deserve is a good kick in the pants.
Publicado por Gustavo Coronel