Chavez 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!

6 Comments:

At 4:49 PM, Blogger A.M. Mora y Leon said...

All communist regimes create warlike conditions. This post is instructional because it shows how it gets started. By the time a country is all through with communism, it will be physically and spiritually exhausted, as happened in Russia. Most of it is due to the continous state of war preparations.

 
At 6:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chavez is the best president Venezuela ever have, bolivar will be så proud! The most of the people in venezuela like him. I know you can't understand. You never going hungry as a child. There is more liberty in Venezuela right know than ever. Chavez is healing the country with a hand and gestalting Bolivar and Mirandas dreams of justice and progress. if socialism is så wrong why do you think we have it here in sweden for so many years. If socialism is so wrong why are Venezuelas ekonomy flourishing, and not just in the oil sector?.You really know how much infrastructure the bolivarians spent this last Years? Billons, pal. You know what, just time will show, see you later on this channel. Your friend, the Angry Budha.

 
At 7:54 AM, Anonymous Mike H said...

Angry Budha, maybe you should go to Venezuela some time. Those billions of Bs. spent on the infrastructure have not made it to the infrastructure anywhere.

A Sweden style social state is not what people are talking about here.

 
At 7:58 AM, Blogger jorge arena said...

Budha, I totally agree with you! Why do you think that I have dedicated a whole blog to promote him as secretary general of the UN? The world needs Chavez, why deny the rest of the world of his great ideas, his efficiency, his charisma, and his charms? As I said in my introductory letter, Venezuela is too small for him.

 
At 2:46 PM, Anonymous Brett said...

With Chavez's recent dealings and the prior UN history with the oil for food scandle, Chavez would be a perfect leader for the UN.

 
At 4:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that one of the first things Chavez should do once elected to the UN is to pass a resolution forcing the US to pay for the damage they have caused to Venezuela.

The roads, the political corruption, the financial problems with the oil industry -- all have their roots with the CIA.

Also, hopefully the UN has a good team of doctors to help cure Chavez from the constant psychic bombardment that the US/Hitler regime has been inflicted upon Dear Leader.

 

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