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1 22nd May 08:21
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He set about re-distributing the money
earned from his country vast oil supply,
dismantling the corruption of the state oil company.

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22nd February 2003 Irish Times -
TV Review Section by Shane Hegarty

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Kim Bartley and Donnacha O'Briain may
have been in the right place at the right time,
but they still had to do the right things.

The place and time were the Venezuelan
Presidential Palace on April 11th last year,
when President Hugo Chavez was briefly
deposed in a tumultuous 48 hours.

In Chavez -
Inside the Coup, Bartley and O'Briain
tucked themselves away from sight.

Their narration was likewise unobtrusive.

Yes, they made their sympathies clear, but they saved
their film for the people around them.

The plotters. The defenders. The dead.
Those crushing up against the gates of the Palace.

The soldiers in secret preparation to retake that building.

The poor pressing notes into the hand of the President

("Mr President, I need a bag of cement . . . ).

The middle-classes at their meetings

("Keep an eye on your domestic servants").

They saved it for Chavez,
a man from whom charisma drips like the military epaulets.

The film had undoubted affection for the president,
who had failed to grab power through two coups,
before settling for politics and gaining election
through a landslide.

He became the latest Latin American leader
attempting to peel away the layers of the
banana republic.

He encouraged the setting up of
community cells and educational workshops.

He set about re-distributing the money
earned from his country vast oil supply,
dismantling the corruption of the state oil company.

Of course,
a US state department official is trained to hear the
sound of an oil well tap turning from several
thousand miles away.

Chavez is no friend to the US.

He went on television to denounce the
US bombing of civilians in Afghanistan,
brandishing pictures of dead children.

He is a public friend to Fidel Castro.

It wasn't mentioned here,
but he has had his meetings with Saddam Hussein and Gadafy.

In Bush's list of those
"either with us or against us",
he's with the axis of irritants.

"We are concerned with some of the things
said by President Chavez, and his understanding
of what a democratic system is about,"

said Colin Powell,

with the hemmed in anger of a boss who has
an employee he wants to sack, but the union
won't let him.

This was a battle fought largely through the media,
the actual violence a brief punctuation to what was,
and remains, a war of words.

The state channel, Channel 8,
gave Chavez a weekly phone-in show in
which he would answer questions from the public.

The private channels, meanwhile,
allowed oil company chairmen to
beseech the military to rise up
against the president.

One general's call for a coup was filmed in a journalist's house.
Panellists on talk shows mocked Chavez as having a "***ual fixation"
with Castro.

It was a poison seeping into the wider world.

When the coup was reported in the Western media,
it was done using footage broadcast by these private channels,
mainly that of pro-Chavez supporters apparently firing on
an anti-Chavez march as it made its way to the Presidential Palace.

If you panned back, though,
you would have seen that there were
no protestors on the street below,
and that those shooting were attempting
to protect themselves from the sniper fire
that left 10 people dead.

The camera had panned back,
but the footage had been edited
to remove that bit.

The world's press carried reports that could
have been written by the coup leaders themselves,
and, because they were based on these pictures,
to a certain extent they were.

This film punctured every lie.

The world accused the pro-Chavez
crowd of carrying out the shootings;

O'Briain and Bartley's camera proved it wasn't so,
filming the victims almost before they hit the ground.

The coup leader Pedro Carmona's speech
about this "profoundly democratic process"
and Colin Powell's parroting of Carmona's
lie was inter-cut with film of the police
shooting at protestors.

As Carmona was on CNN declaring that the
"the country is in a state of total normality",
the camera was in the palace from which
he had just been ousted.

It followed the palace guard as they moved
to strategic positions, took the building back
and reinstated Chavez.

This was a film with extraordinary access.

It was not just "Inside The Coup",
but wedged into the white heat of its centre.

It hovered about the palace
grounds no matter who was in charge.

O'Briain and Bartley mingled with the
Catholic Church leaders and oil men
during the brief changeover in power.

Then,

when Chavez returned to the palace
after a couple of days in captivity,

he greeted it like a friend.

On the night of the coup,
the camera jostled for position outside
the office in which President Chavez was
being told to resign by the army high command
or allow the building and all his supporters
in it to be bombed.

One of his ministers emerged to tell those
outside that he had agreed to be taken prisoner.

She looked at the lens and asked,

"Tell the world."

O'Briain and Bartley kept their end of the
bargain in an exceptional and thrilling way.
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just to have your comic relief of the season.
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Posted on Sat, Dec. 27, 2003

¡Prohibido olvidar!
ELEONORA BRUZUAL

Diciembre trae a vándalos y asesinos a nuestra tierra
venezolana. Evo
Morales, cuya consigna ''sesuda'' es ''¡Yanquis no, coca sí!'', llegó
el
viernes 19, buscando el dinero que Chávez birla al pueblo venezolano
para
preparar en Bolivia una ***bre americana de indígenas el próximo año.
Farsantes movilizando el odio y la violencia, en estrategia demoníaca
que da
resultados. Declara: "Llegué el viernes a Caracas para una serie de
reuniones particulares con grupos indígenas, para preparar otra
reunión
masiva el próximo año en nuestro país".

Montan una estafa que les tumbó con las cifras del último censo
poblacional de Venezuela: aquí hay 315.815 indígenas, menos del 1.5%
de la
población total de un país de 25 millones de habitantes. Entonces,
¿cómo es
posible que este descarado hampón boliviano diga que llega para
conversar
con representantes indígenas, confundiendo a la opinión internacional,
como
si Venezuela poseyera los mismos dramas étnicos de Bolivia, de México,
de
Centroamérica, de Ecuador, de Perú, de Paraguay?

Llegó Evo Morales, artífice de los disturbios y los muertos con
los
cuales presionó la renuncia del ex presidente boliviano Gonzalo
Sánchez de
Lozada en octubre pasado. Dos días después llegó Castro, el chulo
ávido. Era
la sorpresa anunciada por José Vicente Rangel, el cínico
vicepresidente de
este régimen hampón. Casi en vísperas de la Navidad, llegó el domingo
21,
directo a la isla de la Orchila, donde durmieron para venir el lunes
22 a
Caracas a almorzar. Llegó para ayudar a Chávez a evitar la
desmoralización
de sus seguidores después de los resultados contundentes del firmazo
opositor.

Retan a la mayoría del pueblo venezolano, simulando hacer lo que
les
da la gana en el país. Viene cuando hasta los medios de comunicación
están
de fiesta y han dado vacaciones a casi todos los periodistas más
combativos.
Esperan que nadie reclame esta afrenta a nuestra soberanía porque se
decretaron Navidades y éxodo. Chávez y Castro buscan que sus acólitos
no
desmayen y mantengan la moral robolucionaria.

No vimos el avión en que llegó, seguro no es un Ilushin
soviético,
sino el Falcon que le regaló el tropero seducido. Se les vio el lunes,
paseando muy temprano en una maravillosa lancha por las costas
nuestras.

Chávez se babea. Erotizado declaró sin pudor: ''Aceptó la
invitación
que le hice. Almorzaremos y hablaremos durante varias horas''. Parece
la
novia embelesada al arribo del hombre de sus sueños. No oculta su
alegría,
al contrario, la manifiesta casi histérico. ¡Este tropero da asco!

Castro viene a almorzar, mientras el Dr. Oscar Elías Bicet,
Martha
Beatriz Roque Cabello, Raúl Rivero, Héctor Palacios, el resto de los
75
prisioneros de conciencia, los miles de silenciados y encarcelados,
Cuba
toda muere de hambre y desesperanza. En Miraflores, el palacio de
gobierno
venezolano acoge en una mesa sibarita a Castro, al canciller ruso Igor
Ivanov, a Evo Morales y a Chávez.

Rangel, el que aplaude la profanación de las imágenes católicas
y se
enriquece groseramente, mientras Chávez impone al que le hechiza,
ataca
destemplado a Otto Reich, acusándole de incurrir en provocaciones.
Chávez no
quiere que nada preocupe a su jinetero particular en esa visita que,
para
él, es "el regalo navideño".

Rangel ataca a Reich, uno de los seres más odiados de los
forajidos
comunistas. Rangel chilla: ¡Reich provocador!, pretendiendo silenciar
lo
dicho por el alto funcionario, que describe a mi país cuando dice:
"Venezuela sufre la peor crisis de América Latina, las dos terceras
partes
de los venezolanos rechazan al presidente Chávez y la oposición logró
reunir
posiblemente hasta cuatro millones de firmas para pedir un referéndum
contra
el mandatario".

¿Cómo? Y decirlo cuando viene Fidel, y hay que hacer ver que la
gente
lo aclama, que el único enamorado no es el tropero golpista. ¡Ah!, y
algo
más grave. Otto Reich dice esto cuando se está ''guisando'' en
complicidad
con inmorales empresarios norteamericanos, con lobbistas profesionales
y con
unos cuantos que tienen tiempo sacándole dinero a la robolución con el
cuentito de que Bush está dispuesto a reunirse con el enamorado de
Castro.
Planean lograr reunirle con el financista de la subversión no sólo en
América Latina, sino en el mundo.

Sonia Schott desde Washington revela que el gobierno venezolano
trabaja desesperado por lograr este encuentro en la ***bre Especial de
las
Américas. Confirmado está que Bush asistirá a la ***bre prevista para
los
primeros días de enero próximo en Monterrey, México. Los delincuentes
negocian capitaneados por un peligroso sujeto que funge de embajador
de
Venezuela en Estados Unidos la posibilidad de un encuentro "casual'".
Hay
que impedir la patada al rostro de los demócratas de Venezuela y del
propio
pueblo americano, si Bush se reúne con quien hasta financió al
terrorismo
árabe en los terribles ataques del 11 de septiembre.

Una vez más, ¡prohibido olvidar!

ebruzual@cantv.net

http://www.mujeresdeltercermilenio.com
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4 23rd May 03:31
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Hugo Chavez is a pedophile!
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5 23rd May 03:32
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SI ES COMO EL OTRO FILM...LLENO DE MENTIRAS Y TERGIVERSACIONES ESTAN BIEN
CONDENADOS AL RIDICULO...Y SEGURO QUE HABRAN MILES DE VENEZOLANOS HACIENDO
LA CONTRAPARTIDA A ESA MENTIROSA PROPAGANDA...
Y JUNTO A ELLOS NOSOTROS LOS MILES DE CUBANOS EXILADOS...1

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Y ES AMIGUITO DE SENDONIA...EL TRAVESTI DE MALOS AIRES...


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