Wednesday, December 03, 2008

La hija de...

No es delito tener mamá, todos tienen una, pero de allí a querer vender una serie de telvisión apelando a eso es receta para el fracaso. Venevisión lo lamentará. 

Con la excepción de la hija de JLRodriguez y Danielita Alvarado, (quienes son buenas en lo suyo, independientemente de sus padres), no recuerdo en 50 años una "hija de" que hay sido exitosa por ser "hija de".

En VV deberían imitar a RCTV Internacional, que mantiene una escuela y de allí surge gente como la chamita de la novela de la noche, quien casualmente es" hija de" pero es una excelente joven actriz. 

Merito adicional de esta niña es que su papá (muerto gracias a la delincuencia desatada desde el poder) no está para ayudarla y sin embargo está haciendo un papel destacadísimo en la exitosa serie de RCTV Internacional.

Cosas de la vida...

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

The cost of the world financial crisis

There is a crisis but Hugo Chavez government insists that it will not impact us in Venezuela, however it has not completly developed already is costing about 4% of World GDP.

The worst is that the guy is ignoring the crisis and has taken no one measure to mitigate its impacts on the economy, employment, banks, currency, food supplies, etc. His only worry is to remain as president for life. I am sure, that if the guy keeps that behaviour for too long, we can only expect problems.

Economic Cost

  • USA: 800 b$
  • China: 586 b$
  • EU: 240 b$
  • Russsia: 186 b$
  • Italy: 100 b$
  • Spain: 50b$
  • UK: 30 b$
  • France: 24 b$
  • Subtotal: 2016 b$ (3% of World GDP)
  • Including ALL countries: 4% of World GDP
  • 1929 Depression: 8,9 % of USA GDP (for comparison)

Jobs Lost

  • World: 1.120.000 highly paid jobs in world financial and technological sectors
  • Wall Street: 110.000 jobs
  • India: Textiles up to 500.000 jobs lost
  • China: 700.000 in just one province


  • 4 reported so far

SOURCE: Newspapers & Wikipedia


Monday, December 01, 2008

Valientes, valientes...

Terrorist throw The Stone... 

A terrorist group called "LA PIEDRITA" (small stone), financed and supported by the Venezuelan government, has been attacking the homes and offices of disliked newsmen and newswomen. 

The last person attacked was Martha Colomina, a radio & TV interviewer. Before that, Globovisión News TV station, newspaper "El Nuevo País" and the prominent TV anchorman Leopoldo Castillo homes and/or offices were attacked. 

The terrorist group usually leaves leaflets identifying themselves as Hugo Chavez supporters. So far no investigation has been opened.


Miss World: Made in Venezuela

The fantasy world of Hugo Chavez

Chavez: With the sun in his back

Venezuela Analítica brings today this interesting article

"In the elections last Sunday, Hugo Chavez suffered a major setback. Governorships obtained by the Opposition have great political importance: Miranda, Zulia, Carabobo and Tachira are the most populated regions. New Sparta (Isla Margarita) is the largest tourist pole in the country. All five states remain in opposition hands, which also achieved an impressive victory in the capital city of Caracas with the arrival of Antonio Ledezma as the Mayor of Greater Caracas.

Hugo Chavez number exercises to hide this frank advance of the Opposition are useless.

All we perceived the atmosphere of defeat the ruling
heads of the government party PSUV showed the night of Novembre the 23rd, today less united than ever.

(Later) in the luxurious rooms of the Hilton hotel, Chavez wanted to change reality with
twisted phrases and numbers.

statements by the defeated candidates, Jesse Chacon and Aristobulo Isturiz, agree on the real issue: The people voted against Chavez... "

(MY CONCLUSION: Bye, bye eternal presidency and infinite reelection)