Archive for July 29th, 2007

July 29, 2007

Se oficializó la Lista Tascón

El presidente de Sincor, Ysaac Donis, ratificó que sus trabajadores están clasificados en aptos y no aptos. Además, lanzó nuevos lineamientos: deben pertenecer a alguna misión y los viernes deben usar una franela roja. Quedó descontenta la audiencia

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July 29, 2007

Chavez rues halt of pipeline plans

 

You want to know if I laught out of they failure. Yes I do. This is what happen when you are are stupid liar with a huge check book.

 

South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
July 28, 2007

Caracas Plans for a natural-gas pipeline stretching from Venezuela to Argentina are frozen because of lack of political will among the continent’s leaders, President Hugo Chavez said Friday.

“The project is cold, there weren’t any more meetings,” Chavez said during a televised speech.

Chavez, who has championed the pipeline proposal as a means of satisfying the continent’s energy requirements for decades to come, did not blame any South American leader in particular.

The project proposes to carry gas from Venezuela’s offshore reserves through Brazil to Argentina, with branches extending to Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay — a 5,600-mile stretch that would be one of the longest gas pipelines ever built.

The project has met with skepticism from energy experts who say it hinges upon political goodwill because it faces overwhelming economic, environmental and technological challenges.Copyright © 2007, South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

July 29, 2007

Freedoms of information and expression get another beating in Venezuela

Today the freedoms of expression and of information suffered another major set back, directly from Chavez and from his lackeys.

A cadena from Totalitaria

There was a medium sized country that slowly moved towards a totalitarian regime. The move was step by step and the nice people of the country were either cajoled or coaxed into accepting their fate, as a much better fate than associating themselves with the countries of the Capitalitaria federation.

I though about writing such a short naive tale while I watched a few excerpts of the cadena that Chavez imposed on us today. It had been quite a while that we had not had a big cadena by Chavez himself. Rumors had that the legal problems as to whether RCTV international had to pass cadenas or not sowed the doubt and delayed cadenas. But today we got a full frontal offensive against RCTV, and this cadena as a part of the offensive. The initial reply of RCTV was NOT to pass the cadena. Collision course ahead big time.

 

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July 29, 2007

China surpasses United States as engine of global economic growth

(Washington Times, The (KRT) Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge)

Jul.26–China, this year for the first time, has dislodged the United States from its long reign as the main engine of global economic growth, with its more than 11 percent growth eclipsing sputtering U.S. growth of about 2 percent, according to the International Monetary Fund 2007 projections, released yesterday.

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