In response to Johan Norberg and his speech yesterday “HANDS OFF VENEZUELA, HUGO!”


“Venezuela’s increasingly dictatorial president Hugo Chávez has just turned 32 opposition radio and two television stations. At the same time, he wants to push through a law that makes it possible to throw critical journalists in prison.
Now we wait just to see if these 17 Swedish left profiles, SSU: are and Left again to write a petition in support of Chávez and call the attack on the media a step in the democratic direction. As they wrote two years ago:
“We believe that the crucial problem in Venezuela is that a very few multi-millionaires controls the overwhelming part of the media … still dominated the media landscape in Venezuela sharply by a strong criticism against the government, while the vast majority of the population that supports Hugo Chávez has been more difficult to discard heard. ”

NOW my question to the master and paid propagadist (for an economic system which collapsed after all) is:
Can you broadcast radio or TV in Sweden without a permit? Can you broadcast radio or TV without a named and legal publisher? Could Swedes defame someone without penalty? Is not there something in Sweden called Psychological Defense who oversees what is disseminated in the media? Is there not in Sweden rules say that if a media disseminates false or incorrect information must the media company correct the mistake as soon as possible publicaly? Is not there a proposal to censor the Internet in the European Parliament? (by fabricated laws that will give operators the right to select a number of web sites you may subscribe and you are allowed to visit, the so-called Telecom Package) and there are no laws in Sweden (and certainly without support in law) to intercept the telephone and internet communication betwen the citizens. Is it in Sweden allowed agitating people to violently overthrow the elected and constitutional government? Is it allowed in any country in the OECD to make any of those things? The answer is that everyone knows is: NO. But the propagandists, paid and voluntary, useful idiots, hypocrites, and right fanatic (even though their economic neoliberal system collapsed) continue to disseminate their views. But of course this is about Venezuela. A country that the West would like to continue to see without laws, without order, without rules. why? Maybe then the foreign miscreants can act completely free. The freedom they seek and, if necessary, for by force of arms. This is not new. England bombed China apart and together in the name of free trade. The Chinese would indeed buy the English opium!. And so it is today too.

Maybe do you think people around the world do not see this? Maybe they do … or maybe they start slowly notice that all the talk does not match the actual behavior. Venezuela is exporting less oil today than ten years ago, says in Newsweek in July and it is not good or? But no one says it does matter because all the money ended up in foreign companies pockets! What matters for the Venezuelans? and why would something that is in the ground belonging to a foreigner? What is sovereignty? The United States refused to sell to China some installations it regarded as strategic (The Chinese wanted to test that with free trade and received a reply). But Venezuela is a country that you should plunder. Or?

Can you tell me if it is allowed to broadcast radio without having a valid permit from the authorities in Sweden? No, But the tiny Venezuela must allow the miscreants at any time, also with foreign financing to start or operate a radio station or television channel. Venezuela is a country that is doing better without rules and laws or perhaps better so for the foreigners who want to take it back. Note also writings about Venezuela’s’ big defence spending:If you look at the military spending in Latin America is Venezuela on the 4th or 5th place despite the fact that their GDP is the second largest in South America,not including Brazil, but nobody writes about for exemple Chile with almost double so much weapons spendings despite that their economy is just one-fifth of Venezuela, but it clearly: Venezuela is buying from Russians (who had also begin to believe that with free trade) and not from the U.S., and probably not from Sweden or no after that Swedish weapons ended up with the guerrillas in the neighboring country (actually the U.S. contacted Sweden already a few years ago and asked Sweden not to sell arms to Venezuela, more specific Bamse system). Of course, there is no black market in arms and if it did exist, the Swedish companies never participate in such illegal business right? Hehe.

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