Lacking the charisma of the late (un)lamented el Presidente Chávez, el Presidente nuevo Maduro and company are doing something quite difficult: moving even further into a fascist state.
And in Barquisimeto, Victor Zambrano’s son happened to be among the close to 70 students jailed for protesting the need for a recount. These students were forced to wear hats with the name of Chavez’ PSUV part and forced to jump like frogs on the ground praising Maduro. Those that refused, suffered severe wounds to their buttocks and backs.
That sort of thing, along with death threats to some and threats of prison to others in the opposition, do not augur well for even the former stunted “democracy” of Venezuela. What will the promised “recount” show?
Its been an amazing week. Seeing Chavismo change to Madurism, the same s.. with a much higher dose of fascism in which threatening the other almost half (Or is it half ?) of Venezuela is fair game.
Like the sweet Minister of Housing who said he would personally fire anyone who supports Capriles, never mind human rights, never mind the Constitution, never mind a Bill that was issued by the now extinct Chavismo that says you can’t fire anyone: Here is sweet Richard in person and live:
And this is but one attempt within the Government to create a new Tascon List (The old one is still in use believe it or not) In Tachra, Nueva esparat and Apure, Government workers have been fired this week for voting for Capriles.
And in Barquisimeto, Victor Zambrano’s son happened to be among the close to 70 students jailed for protesting the need…
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