Category Archives: Cuba

The Obama Administration seems indifferent to the crisis in Venezuela. Why?


Venezuela is closer geographically than, and at least as important to the United States as, Ukraine. Yet the persistently blurred focus of the Obama Administration has been far less on violent Cuban inspired repression in Venezuela than on Russian repression in Ukraine.  Here’s a new presentation by Senator … Continue reading

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Venezuelan opposition leader interviewed in English by Al Jazeera


Maria Corina Machado, a not-yet-arrested Venezuelan opposition leader, is well spoken, understands how to respond effectively to question and knows what she, the people  – and the opposition in general — want. Note: Apparently the video is not available in some … Continue reading

Posted in Abuse of Power, Apathy, Caracas, Chavez, Civil War, Cuba, Cuban, Foreign policy, Government reliance, Law and Order, Left, Libruls, Maduro, Maria Corina Machado, Media, Murder, Obama's America, Politics, Protests, Regime change | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Venezuela — Cuba is “helping” the Regime, but how about Iran?


As her de facto colony, Venezuela has Cuban assistance in resisting anti- regime protests. Iran also seems to be helping. March 16th march against Cuban interference Although not very successful, Cuba has been helping the Venezuelan regime to respond in the only ways she … Continue reading

Posted in Bolivia, Chavez, Cuba, Democracy, Foreign policy, Freedom, Ideology, Iran, Iranian Election, Islamist rage, John Kerry, Khamenei, Maduro, Nuclear weapons, Obama, Obama's America, P5+1, Russia, Unified State of Obama | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

The mess du jour is in the Ukraine; do messes closer to home matter?


North Korea has nukes and Iran either has them or is working diligently to get them. That’s easier now that sanctions have been diminished and Iran is “open for business.” China is becoming more aggressive and so is Russia. Yet … Continue reading

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Why do the left generally support the Chavistas in Venezuela?


With three principal exceptions — Panamá, Colombia and Chile — Latin American governments are oriented toward the far left.  An article at Huff & Puff by a self-proclaimed leftist, Carlos González, argues than leftists should not automatically support dictators, even … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Abuse of Power, Brutality, Caracas, Chavez, Civil War, Cuba, Cuban, Death, Democracy, Elections, Fat cats, Free Press, free speech, Freedom, Ideology, Inflation, Left, Leopoldo Lopez, Limitation on Authority, Maduro, Media, Merida, Military, Murder, Protests, Regime change, Twitter | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Venezuela is a Horrid Mess and it’s getting Worse


It’s a shame, because Venezuela is a beautiful country. However, both stuff and freedom are in short supply and there appears to be more interest in stuff than in freedom, My wife and I arrived at a splendid marina, Mare … Continue reading

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Three Articles About Venezuela Today


One suggests some basis for hope, another writes about oppression by Chavistas and the third pursues the same theme. El Presidente for Life, THugo Chávez, died on or before March 5, 2013. He may have died in Cuba, in Venezuela … Continue reading

Posted in Abuse of Power, Chavez, Cuba, Cult of personality, Democracy, Dep't of Information, Education, Elections, History, Politics, Propaganda, Protests, Venezuela | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Univision to Go After Fast and Furious


El Presidente Chávez endorses President Obama Univision Fast and Furious “Bombshell” President Obama may not get as much Latin Americans support as previously anticipated. With Univision — the “leading media company serving Hispanic America” — set to broadcast a “bombshell” report … Continue reading

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New bumper stickers for President Obama


Here are just a few suggestions for Obama Campaign slogans to help everyone understand who he is and why we must reelect him. Providing them is the least I can do and he needs all the help we can give. … Continue reading

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Venezuela has become a place of great change but little hope.


El Presidente Chávez is probably dying and Fidel Castro has warned about blood (not Chávez’ blood) in the streets. He may well be right, for the wrong reasons. Venezuela became a mess, gradually, after el Presidente Chávez took over the … Continue reading

Posted in Abuse of Power, Chavez, Cuba, Dep't of Information, Elections, Facts, Frog in hot water, health care, Insanity, Politics, Radiotherapy, Regime change, Religion, Riots, Socialism, Venezuela | Tagged , , , | 11 Comments