Glover with Castro
In 2007 Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez gave Hollywood actor Danny Glover, aka Daniel el Guantero, the amount of $18 million to make a film on Toussaint Overture. This moneyblonged to us Venezuelans and did not belong to Chavez. Today, nor the film or the $18 million seem to exist.
Since the Venezuelan population is about 30 million, give or take a few thousands, this means that Danny Glover owes me about sixty cents plus interests.
I need that money now, since at my age I can no longer work and have no means of fortune. If anybody knows the whereabouts of this person, let me know, since I would camp in front of his house until he dishes over the money. I hear he is well off since he specializes in obtaining money from dictators.
Glover squeezes his $18 million from Chavez's belly
You could also provide me with the address of Oliver Stone or Sean Penn, since they share with Danny frequent trips to Venezuela in luxurious government airplanes, also bought with the people’s money. Or, even the address of Harry Belafonte, who is also a buddy of Venezuelan “president”, Nick Ripe.
Penn and Belafonte also went to get their share
Apparently there is another film being “planned” by Glover, also with Venezuelan financing, with the title of one of Mr. Ripe's most famous quotes: “La multiplicación de los Penes”, to be marketed in the U.S. as “Penises Galore”, English subtitles.