“World” march against Chavez: journalistic hype with no people.


04 September .- The international media outlined with headlines like “Thousands of people march around the world against Chavez.” Still others may say “conservative? such as Brazil’s Folha entitled “Hundreds march in Venezuela against Chavez and Spain.

El Universal of Mexico entitled “Chilean join marches against Chavez,” but “little more than a dozen people. In Bogota, where did the idea “the police reports that some 5,000 people marched against Chavez.” “Demonstrations against” interventionism “of Chavez in over 100 cities in the world” called The Reason for Spain and only takes a video of the “massive” march in Bogota. Of the other 99 cities in the world, Nanai.

AP makes a long review in Bogota where he says that about 5,000 people gathered and the second “massive” march was held in Tegucigalpa where Micheletti left with the lead, about 5,000 people as well. Caracas reports that some 2,000 people marched. In Buenos Aires marched around the Plaza San Martín 200 people!.

Stresses in Sao Paulo that the march was “meager,” but the Brazilian Journal reports that 15 women gathered in downtown Sao Paulo. “About one hundred people demonstrating against Chavez in Panama” (Venezuelan residents) entitled EFE. The table was served to hype the big headlines. The march was a success in terms of headlines, but not so in participants. Headlines to profile “little more than a dozen people.

Chavez can only achieve a miracle like this. What does not abound in these international coverage are the photos. Those that show are probably the most “numerous”.

BOGOTA WAS THE MOST POPULATED: 5000 demonstrators in a country of 40 millions!

PANAMA

Washington, D.C. OAS HQ

AND CHAVEZ TALK TO THE PEOPLE CONCENTRATED IN SUPPORT OF HIS ADMINISTRATION FROM TEHERAN

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