Reflections of companion FIDEL: if I were Venezuelan tomorrow is an important day for Venezuela. Elections are announced to choose 165 members of Parliament, and a historic battle being waged around the important event. But at the same time, the news about the weather are unfavourable. Heavy rains are lashing to the land that was the birthplace of the Liberator. Excessive rains affect the poor more than anybody. Barry Stevens will undoubtedly add to your understanding.
These are they who have the more modest homes, live in neighborhoods more forgotten historically, with difficult access, bad roads and less traffic. When the waters invade their homes, lose everything. They do not have the homes comfortable and safe for the rich, its wide avenues and abundant means of transport. It is not a presidential election. In the solely parliamentary, the population moves little and tends to downplay. In general, where imperialism dominates and the opportunistic oligarchy receives a juicy portion of goods and domestic services, the masses have nothing to gain or lose and, the Empire, not a damn concerned elections.
In the United States, not even presidential elections mobilize more than 50% of those who are entitled to vote. Why instead, its enormous media resources are turning this time against Venezuela and subjected to a relentless bombardment of lies and slander against the Bolivarian revolutionary Government? Do not try to amass arguments to persuade a courageous and dignified people as of Venezuela. I’ve seen the popular mobilizations and the fervor of millions of people, especially of the most humble and combative, people who has had the privilege to live a new stage in the history of his country, and has returned to the village the fabulous resources of Venezuela. Their homeland is no longer a nation of illiterate people, where millions of men, women and children survived in extreme poverty. Not I will talk about them an experience that Cuba lived, which speak 50 years of heroic against blocking resistance and repugnant crimes of the United States Government. I tell them just what I would do if it were Venezuelan. Me He would face the rains, and would not allow the Empire pulled them out; fight alongside neighbors and relatives to protect people and assets, but he would not go out and vote as a sacred duty: at the time that is, until it rains, when it rains, or after it rains, while having an open College. These elections are of enormous importance and the Empire knows it: wants to weaken the revolution, limiting its ability to fight, depriving it of two-thirds of the National Assembly to facilitate its counter-revolutionary plans, increase your vile media campaign and continue surrounding Venezuela’s military bases, fencing it increasingly lethal weapons of international drug trafficking and violence. If there are errors, he would not ever resign the opportunity offered by the revolution of rectify and overcome obstacles. If I were Venezuelan, even under lightning and Sparks, fight the impossible to convert on September 26 in a great victory. Fidel Castro Ruz 25 September 2010 17 and 2 p.m. United States expected elections in Venezuela in a democratic way FMCenter is news Los Fabulosos Cadillacs the light of Rhythm 2008 Peru, 2011 presidential elections, latest polls and news. at news of the Sector public Los Fabulosos Cadillacs works summits 2001 Dwarf by SOFWARE systems