Monthly Archives: December 2010

Wikipedia knowingly slanders political prisoner

As I reported in July 2010, Italian Wikipedia contains libelous claims about Alejandro Peña Esclusa, who is a political prisoner in Hugo Chávez’ Venezuela, a country that from now is a Soviet-style communist dictatorship. Yet, as late as today Italian Wikipedia blocks every attempt to remove the slander, even though they have been given proof

In the eye of the storm

It is the dark before the dawn. The moon is vaning. It disappears in the ocean in one end of the horizon, and emerges in the opposite, this moon-ship that sails over the night sky. It is never so still as in the eye of the hurricane. It is never so quiet as in the calm

¿Hasta Cuando, Venezuela?

Inspirado por un tweet: Las lluvias comenzaron hace meses. Las inundaciones se han llevado 40 vidas. Pero sigue lloviendo en Venezuela. ¿Hasta cuando? Las alertas de dictadura llevan muchos años. El golpe constitucional ya llegó. Pero la gente sigue sentada. ¿Hasta cuando? ¿Hasta cuando lloverá en Venezuela? ¿Hasta cuando Dios llorará sobre Venezuela? El hombre

Venezuelan Students Vow to Depose Chávez

This text was distributed on the internet this evening. It declares that a student organization with tens of thousands of members has been created in Venezuela, and that they do NOT recognize Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias as the legitimate president of Venezuela, vowing to remove him from office “at any cost”, through civil disobedience. La

Honduras’ president Lobo licks dictator’s boot

President Pepe Lobo is figuratively licking the boots of his country’s main enemies, and not just in words, but by trying to execute a self-coup, an autogolpe, by overstepping the separation of powers by illegally replacing the Supreme Court of Justice.