Chavez for the UN

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Sugary humor

Saturday, February 04, 2006

With Chávez, the world will commemorate a Military coup!

With Chavez, the world will have a new holiday: February 4, in honor of February 4, 1992, the day Liutenent Colonel Chavez failed in his Military Coup against the democratically elected President Carlos Andrés Pérez.

In Venezuela Chavez commemorates the day with a huge march paid by the goverment and fed by civil servants that are bused from all over the country to celebrate!! Isn't that great? Wouldn't you like that your UN goverment paid as well a local march with all those buses to commemorate Chavez Military Coup? Here are goverment announcements made in a major newspaper to remind the people that the celebration had to take place:

And here are the happy participants that had to spend a whole Saturday celebrating in joy! Probably civil servants that decided that the best way to spend their Saturday was celebrating for a failed Military Coup.

And this are the comfortable buses to take you from anywhere to make sure that there is a HUGE march.

Why should the rest of the world refrain from having a Universal day of commemoration of February 4, 1992?

See here? Even people from Australia came to Caracas to celebrate Chavez's Military Coup anniversary! They are actually quite happy, if you look carefully they look like the happiest group in the crowd!

Another important advantage of these type of gathering is that the goverment pays for all those new red T-shirts, creating jobs in manufacturing and in the preparation of red dye.

So why wait?

Chávez for the UN!

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Experience with war-like infrastructure situations

No, these pictures are not the results of a war. Fortunately, there is no war in Venezuela, we do not need it,Chavez takes care of it. But this is not false advertisement, Chavez has indeed confirmed experience in treating the collapse of all types of vital infrastructures. From the Caracas-Valencia highway collapse due to bad maintenance, to the bridges of Tachira state..He has had a lot of practice, he has been practicing for seven years! No other president in the history of Venezuela had such an expertise. And he now faces a huge challenge: a 7 million city cut from its Airport, port and major touristic area for him to practice even more. What? Why he did not foresee the collapse of the viaduct? Do you want to know what he was doing during those seven years? Preparing of course! All this has been in preparation for what was coming and we now got the tangible results. For instance, after ONLY Ten Days he has already put together a contingency team to figure out what they have to do. See? Experience and preparation really counts. You will never find such an experienced politician in a war-like situation without ever being in a war situation! You'll have the best of both worlds: no war, but just like being in a war. So support Chavez for the UN!

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

No more public votes in the UN. Welcome to Chavez 's Latest Voting technology!

One of the good reasons to get Chavez in the UN is that you can make sure that your vote will definetely be State of the Art! Fingerprinting connected to voting machines. Databases specifying your voting preferences and your personal data , totally automated voting centers! The days of raising your hands in the Security Council are gone forever, from now on, vote will be secret and ELECTRONIC! Of course, all safely monitored by our own CNE (Venezuelan Election Council)

Friday, December 02, 2005

With Chavez Everybody lives longer!

Since Chavez took power, there has been some pretty old people registered in the Venezuelan Electoral Registry. So vote for Chavez if you want to live forever.

Sunday, November 20, 2005

Mariachis! Another good reason to have Chavez in the UN

This is another excellent reason to vote for Chavez in the UN. We promise that with Chavez, the days of boring UN meeting will be forever gone. The world could profit from the bigger showbiz Secretary of State ever. He sings pretty well too!

Monday, November 07, 2005

International Experience!

Few world leaders have traveled so much and met so many world leaders as Hugo Chavez. Experience counts when electing a new Secretary General.