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The Cubanization of Venezuela: The dead rise, the Cubans dance, and the women are beaten

The true winner of Venezuela's elections last month, Henrique Capriles, has presented evidence that shows more than 191,000 ballots cast by dead people during the April 14th election in that country. This is either more evidence of the massive voter fraud that took place in Venezuela under the direction of Cuba's Castro dictatorship or the resurrection of almost 200,000 dead Chavistas. I think it is safe to go with the former explanation.

Meanwhile, back at the Chavista-controlled parliament where members of the legislative body who oppose the Cubanization of Venezuela are violently beaten, the repressive hand of the Castro dictatorship is becoming quite evident.

Via Fausta's Blog:

Venezuela: The Cuban perp?

After Tuesday’s shameful assault at the National Assembly, people are trying to identify the man who punched Julio Borges.


Opposition assemblymen Maria Corina Machado and Julio Borges

Nancy Asencio broke Maria Corina Machado’s nose in four places; that much is clear.

What’s not totally clear is the identity of the man who punched out Borges. Two men have been identified:
Michel Milán Reyes, Cuban who is currently a junior assemblyman in Venezuela while apparently also being president of a municipal assembly in Cuba, or another man, a Venezuelan named Michael Leeroy Reyes Argote, who was identified in this photo,

Continue reading HERE.

And as Cuba's peaceful Ladies in White are reminded of every Sunday and Venezuelan opposition member of parliament Maria Corina Machado unfortunately has found out, nothing makes the thugs of the Castro dictatorship feel more manly or powerful than the beating of defenseless women:

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