New Pallapa Best Of Yus Yunus 2013

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  1. Arjun - Yus Yunus Feat Lilin Herlina
  2. Bukan Yang Kupinta - Yus Yunus
  3. Cinta Hitam - Yus Yunus
  4. Gadis Malaysia - Yus Yunus
  5. Gadis Pedayung - Yus Yunus
  6. Gembala Cinta - Yus Yunus
  7. Kembalikanlah Dia - Yus Yunus
  8. Kertas Putih - Yus Yunus Feat Devi Aldiva
  9. Sapu Tangan Merah - Yus Yunus
  10. Sopir Taksi Dan Gadis Desa - Yus Yunus Feat Lilin Herlina

New Pallapa Live Putra Sekawan 2013 mp3 Full Album

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  1. Ada Rindu - Evie Tamala - 5.9 MB
  2. Akhir sebuah Cerita - Evie Tamala - 6.7 MB
  3. Aku Rindu Padamu - Evie Tamala - 5.5 MB
  4. Asmara - Evie Tamala - 5.7 MB
  5. Bayang Bayang - Putri Rahayu - 6.8 MB
  6. Bercerai Muda - Ria Mustika - 4.0 MB
  7. Buka Sitik Jos - Ayu Arsitha - 5.6 MB
  8. Bukan Cerita Dusta - Putri Rahayu - 6.7 MB
  9. Bukan Teman Biasa - Andien Selya - 5.1 MB
  10. Bunga Dahlia - Ria Mustika - 5.2 MB
  11. Cintai aku karna Allah - Evie Tamala - 5.2 MB
  12. Fatwa Pujangga - All Artist - 4.9 MB
  13. Gadis Pendayung Cinta - Gerry Mahesa - 5.1 MB
  14. Gara Gara Senyuman - Elsa Safira dan Gerry Mahesa - 5.2 MB
  15. Jangan Dendam - Anisa Rahma - 6.3 MB
  16. Kandas - Evie Tamala - 5.8 MB
  17. Kau Tetap Kusayang - Evie Tamala - 5.8 MB
  18. Keloas - Devi Aldiva - 4.8 MB
  19. Kereta Malam - Evie Tamala - 3.8 MB
  20. Nyanyian Rindu - Evie Tamala - 5.5 MB
  21. Oplosan - Neo Sari - 10.1 MB
  22. Payung Hitam - Dwi Ratna - 6.3 MB
  23. Prau Layar - All Artist - 4.5 MB
  24. Saling Tergoda - Dwi Ratna - 8.3 MB
  25. Secawan Madu - Elsa Safira - 5.9 MB
  26. Surat Merah - Neo Sari - 7.5 MB
  27. Tak Kau Hiraukan - Anisa Rahma - 4.8 MB
  28. Teman Biasa - Evie Tamala - 4.8 MB
  29. Tersesat - Gerry Mahesa - 8.0 MB
  30. Tersisih - Andien Selya - 8.1 MB
  31. Wedus - Ayu Arsitha - 6.9 MB
  32. WIL Wanita Idaman Lain - Devi Aldiva - 4.9 MB

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  1. Ada Rindu - Evie Tamala - 5.9 MB
  2. Akhir sebuah Cerita - Evie Tamala - 6.7 MB
  3. Aku Rindu Padamu - Evie Tamala - 5.5 MB
  4. Asmara - Evie Tamala - 5.7 MB
  5. Bayang Bayang - Putri Rahayu - 6.8 MB
  6. Bercerai Muda - Ria Mustika - 4.0 MB
  7. Buka Sitik Jos - Ayu Arsitha - 5.6 MB
  8. Bukan Cerita Dusta - Putri Rahayu - 6.7 MB
  9. Bukan Teman Biasa - Andien Selya - 5.1 MB
  10. Bunga Dahlia - Ria Mustika - 5.2 MB
  11. Cintai aku karna Allah - Evie Tamala - 5.2 MB
  12. Fatwa Pujangga - All Artist - 4.9 MB
  13. Gadis Pendayung Cinta - Gerry Mahesa - 5.1 MB
  14. Gara Gara Senyuman - Elsa Safira dan Gerry Mahesa - 5.2 MB
  15. Jangan Dendam - Anisa Rahma - 6.3 MB
  16. Kandas - Evie Tamala - 5.8 MB
  17. Kau Tetap Kusayang - Evie Tamala - 5.8 MB
  18. Keloas - Devi Aldiva - 4.8 MB
  19. Kereta Malam - Evie Tamala - 3.8 MB
  20. Nyanyian Rindu - Evie Tamala - 5.5 MB
  21. Oplosan - Neo Sari - 10.1 MB
  22. Payung Hitam - Dwi Ratna - 6.3 MB
  23. Prau Layar - All Artist - 4.5 MB
  24. Saling Tergoda - Dwi Ratna - 8.3 MB
  25. Secawan Madu - Elsa Safira - 5.9 MB
  26. Surat Merah - Neo Sari - 7.5 MB
  27. Tak Kau Hiraukan - Anisa Rahma - 4.8 MB
  28. Teman Biasa - Evie Tamala - 4.8 MB
  29. Tersesat - Gerry Mahesa - 8.0 MB
  30. Tersisih - Andien Selya - 8.1 MB
  31. Wedus - Ayu Arsitha - 6.9 MB
  32. WIL Wanita Idaman Lain - Devi Aldiva - 4.9 MB

Leopoldo Lopez shows us what a selfie should be all about

Leopoldo Lopez from his jail in Ramo Verde has managed to sneak out a video where he calls for a massive protest next Saturday 30th. While himself and Ceballos start a hunger strike.  Let's watch the video first:




Scenery and composition: with the distortion of the camera the cell looks more like the austere one of a convent than an actual jail hole. The atmosphere is from the start devotional and if the regime bitches at that they have only themselves to blame.

The hero: Simple but yet crisp white t-shirt, his wedding band and beard. he truly looks like a saint, an angel from above. And the calm tone of resolve through the message reinforces that.  He knows that when this "illegal" video comes out he will pay a price for it.

The message: very simple and direct. I resume
     "For over a year more than 70 Venezuelans are in jail for having denounced the regime as incapable, corrupt and repressive. The response has been implacable repression with many deaths caused by regime and regime supporters that go unpunished to these days, due to the complicity of the judicial power associated with the regime. After one year and 3 months things are worse than then. More lines, more scarcities, more corruption and even now accusations of drug trafficking at the highest levels of the government.  
   Considering all of the above and that millions of Venezuelans are tired of this we have decided, Ceballos and myself, to start a hunger strike. Our demands are very simple: 1) freedom for political prisoners; 2) stop to repression, persecution and censorship; 3) that once and for all the date for parliamentary elections is set; and 4) that these elections can count on the complete observation of the OAS and the European Union.
      Equally we are demanding to our people to start a massive act of protest next Saturday 30th, in peace, without any type of violence. Let's go all out holding hands without any ideological distinctions."
The whole thing ends in a blessing.

Interpretation: there are many challenges here.

An obvious one is to Diosdado Cabello who is referred to in all but by direct name. But if Lopez does not say the name it is because he wants you to understand also that Cabello is not the only one even if he is the capo. That removing the capo alone is not enough. A big overhaul is needed.

Another obvious one to the MUD. It is simply unacceptable that the opposition political umbrella MUD is unable to have a concrete and solid statement on the implications of Diosdado Caebllo being pointed out as a major cartel overlord while he is silencing the press.  Cabello cannot put everyone in jail. Or can he? It is even less acceptable that one of the best voted primary candidates of the MUD, Ceballos, is not only unjustly in jail even though legally he should already be out, but that he has been moved from a political prison to one where murderers and rapists and thieves make a living. Where is the MUD outrage? How is the MUD going to pretend that the coming elections are fair and meaningful? How can they pretend to encourage people to vote for them?

A subsidiary challenge comes from that last one, to UNASUR and the regime, a warning that an election "monitored" only by UNASUR will not be acceptable in current conditions, that UNASUR head Samper is a chavismo agent.

But there is a bigger challenge. This one is to the citizens. Be you chavista or non chavista if you are tired of lines, crime, corruption and lack of future it is time for you, el pueblo, to express it, in unison.

And this last one, I think, is the biggest challenge. This is where we'll see how much of a hero Lopez has become.




The 400 question

As the Venezuelan currency is in an accelerating downward spiral the real question is not why such a thing is happening; the real question is why would one sell its US dollars for a currency that is becoming more worthless as days pass. I suppose that we could ask the ancillary question of who but we already know that one: the regime, the military, the corrupt "bolibourgeois", the drug launderers and assorted criminals. People with hard earned dollars do not invest them in Venezuela, at most they use them to pay bills they cannot help but pay.

So why sell dollars/euros for bolivars, even if your return rate is 420+ bolivars for one single USD?

There is nothing for sale in Venezuela. Nothing worth buying. All is imported so you would basically buy something that would be sold to you without guarantee at a comparable world price or at a price that is well overpriced. In bolivars nothing makes sense. But in USD they do not make much sense either. Even cars are now traded in US dollars in the black market and soon in the open one, with quite a mark up.

Buy real estate? Maybe. But what for? You cannot rent, you cannot put it to produce given the crisis. At best it is a very long term investment. The only reason for you to part of dollars this way is to launder them. And all the choice properties have long been sold or are not for sale as people holding them usually have the means to live on something else. Why would they sell they property in bolivares that they would have to go to the black market to trade for dollars right away? They would just make a direct arrangement to have a big chunk of it paid already in dollars.

The only explanation that makes some sort of sense in the current situation is that the regime is selling dollars to pay for its electoral campaign. It has nothing else to offer its voters but cash. By the time they realize that the cash they received is worthless it would be too late. Some inside the regime promote speculation so they can get a maximum of bang for the bug to pay the drag the vote in operation required at the end of the year.

As for the regime, see if they care about the damage that the latest bout of money crash will do tot he economy...  the more so that even the NYT is getting on Diosdado Cabello case even if rather meekly.

Sigh......

400

Official rate, for corrupt narco military only, is still at 6.3
Away from the computer for three days and I come back tonight to see that the Venezuelan black market currency has crossed the 400 line!

Since I left Venezuela the currency has lost more than 25% of its value. I am aghast!

Then again what can you expect? The black market rate crossed the 300 reddest of red lines and yet the regime was busier defending narco creep Diosdado Cabello than taking a sensible, ANY sensible economic measure, ANY.

Expect 500 any time soon. And a 4 digit inflation next year.

The good news bad news silly game

Before I am accused of being once again misleading, there is no good news in Venezuela, even if Diosdado were to be taken in chains today a la Noriega. The country is far too advanced in its decomposition for such an event to be positive on the spot. Witness of that are those people that still manage to bemoan that it is a mistake, that bothering Diosdado with such "attacks" only strengthen chavismo just when finally, just now, really, this time is the one, no kidding, we were going to win elections and reverse the whole thing. It is not that some people never learn, it is that they do not want to learn...


The thing is that this week confirmed that the tectonics of Venezuelan politics have been changing no matter what those in charge have been pretending. What has been a status quo of sorts since the eternal reelection referendum of 2009 is finally moving and we may finally be entering into the post Chavez era. For better or for worse, mind you. (1)

Inside the opposition the parties that chose the "accommodation" ways with chavismo have been weakened. the primaries of last Sunday have established that the dynamic opposition voter, the motivated one, the one that the opposition needs to rely on to win any election are now on the side of the political parties that want a more confrontational approach, that call the regime and outright dictatorship and want to deal with it as such.

If we refer to the electoral analysis of Eugenio Martinez (2) we get the following table (note: only some districts went to primaries and primaries always have low turnouts).

The main parties that want a more direct confrontation are Voluntad Popular, Cuentas Claras, Vente Venezuela, and ABP. Their total is roughly 217. The "dialogue" group of Primero Justicia, Accion Democratica and Un Nuevo Tiempo get 246. Copei and PV going either way according to circumstances, but likely toward confrontation (my attributions, of course).

In short, the protests of early 2014 and the repression that followed have had an impact and the staus quo parties have lost their hold. Capriles of PJ for one seems to have understood that clearly and looks like recovering some gut over the Cabello affair. And the regime is so afraid of Capriles becoming gutsy again that they promptly announced that they would sue him over "unfounded" accusations.

At any rate, for better of for worse, the hard opposition is now led by VP and the more "moderate" one by PJ. Though the trend is clearly toward a more confrontational approach.

This is neither good news or bad news for the regime as a much worse confrontation is in store within.

The Diosdado affair is a big problem for chavismo. Not that it is an ethical matter, chavismo is too far gone on corruption and drug trafficking and repression and violence to care anymore at this point. It is a matter of Maduro or Cabello.  One of them is too many. Maduro cannot defend Cabello for too long. But Cabello is still too strong to go away peacefully in the sunset. Cabello needs to cleanse his name if he wants to become sole ruler of Venezuela but even his closest allies may wonder about how good for them that may truly be. I am quite certain that a few of the close allies that until a few days ago still thought they could weather the ill winds under Cabello's protection have second thoughts now. Bargain chips are sought.

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1) Since Chavez reelection of 2006 the country has been under the false impression that Chavez was basically invincible even though the constitutional reform of referendum of 2007 was lost. As such chavismo shut down its internal divisions at the cost of becoming a narco corrupt system while the opposition played a game of survival pretending that there was still a democracy in Venezuela. The death of Chavez did not change that structure except that the those disagreeing with it inside each side became more vocal inside.

2) Remember, VN&V is not doing its own analysis this time around and thus will have to rely on other numbers to emit opinions for which it cannot be held accountable.

The Venezuelan Narco State is getting an international definition

The Wall Street Journal published yesterday the first comprehensive account on the multiple investigations in the USA on Venezuela's drug traffic links, and possible long term consequences of those. In Spanish here for free for those who do not have subscription in English. Short English Reuters note here. (1)
National Assembly President,
soon on the "most wanted list"?

Of course there is nothing new here for those who have been following closely Venezuela here. Already ABC in Spain has run into trouble for accusing Diosdado Cabello to be the head of the main drug cartel of Venezuela. What is noteworthy in the WSJ work of Cordoba and Forero is the compilation nature of the thing, of not unnecessarily stressing the role of Cabello. The implications are frightening: the tentacles of drug trafficking that Chavez allowed go much, much deeper than what anyone may suspect, even today.

Because let us all be clear about one thing: this has happened because Hugo Chavez, the hero of the left, has allowed for it to happen, has encouraged it to happen. Diosdado did not come out of thin air. That maybe he became too strong for Chavez to control is another story, but Diosdado Cabello is a Chavez creation, just one of the cogs in the drug machinery that Chavez set up to help the FARC against Uribe. And the cogs are many, including noteworthy high ranking pieces like current Aragua state governor.

But what is the most worrisome line in the whole piece is the quotation from someone who knows Cabello from afar. Julio Rodriguez, a retired Colonel who was Cabello classmate or something, qualifies him as a "kamikaze", "someone who will never surrender".  In other words, Diosdado Cabello will take down with him as many as he needs to take down. He will take the country down with him if he needs to.

Thus, even if the primary elections results of yesterday were a very positive sign for the opposition, even if chavismo sent out its loud mouth pieces to vilely trash them the best they could, that is not the issue. The issue is the nature of the beast true civilians in Venezuela are facing.

At least we can take some solace in the comfort that after ABC in Spain, the WSJ piece of yesterday (front page today) will not allow for international public opinion to look the other way anymore. Diosdado Cabello may be able to close the last information outlets in Venezuela but that will only confirm what these newspapers have been writing and making public. Venezuela IS the NEWEST NARCO STATE and as such Venezuela is now a major problem for the west, just as northern Mexico is, just as Colombia was. Just keep in mind what the drug war of Northern Mexico is costing, what Uribe and the US had to spend to control Colombia and you will know what will have to be done about Venezuela if international pressure does not grow faster. In particular from the rest of Latin America which are going to be the first victims, by the way. But possibly drug traffic money is also reaching there deeper than what we may already suspect.

PS: the strangle hold on remaining "free" Venezuelan media can be seen on Google news which has become nearly useless. With all the state media supplemented with allied stuff like Cuba's Prensa Latina, the Google page on Venezuela is crowded with favorable news for the regime and one needs to scratch hard to find more critical coverage unless foreign newspapers make headlines out of Venezuelan news.  Well, today it is such a day where regime sponsored media cannot overcome bad press as seen out of this screen shot at 1 PM Europe time.


In spite of all regime set ups, the investigations on Diosdado is number one main news leaving in second propaganda "news" on food distribution (100,000 tons, yeah , right) and how young couples benefit from new housing (yeah, right, as long as they have the right red connections).

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1) Is it necessary to remind readers that investigations on crime in the US are independent from the executive branch as there is separation of powers and that the intervention of this last one is reserved strictly on actions that may be taken according to national interests?

Voluntad Popular scores

Preliminary results indicate that for all efforts of the regime to silence Voluntad Popular, for all efforts of the opposition to lower the aspirations of the "upstart", Leopoldo Lopez's vehicle may have taken up to 25% of the seats attributed yesterday. At least 10 of the 42 to be decided. Thus the good scores of the municipal elections of 2013 are confirmed. Voluntad Popular is the party that represents the "hard core" vocal opposition, and growing. Imagine if Lopez had been able to campaign or even if his supporters had not been thrown to jail or even murdered. If we add to it the support of Maria Corina Machado and Ledezma, well, the "traditional" opposition is less and less convincing. Never mind the fading star of Capriles.

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Capitalism as seen from chavismo

Chavistas have an odd way to look at capitalism. On one hand they are the most savage of capitalist, looting the national treasury in a way that would make blush the worst robber barons of the XIX century. Robber barons who would, by the way, leave at least a track of material achievements behind them, or at least will endowments; something yet to be seen by our home grown barons who limit themselves to subsidize equestrian joints where they can show off their own horses. Ain't it so Andrade?  But if on one hand they have no problem white washing 2 billions in Andorra or refuse to account on how the government "lawfully" spent 12 billion through HSBC, they have no problem telling us how bad capitalism is.

None will reach the summit of Chavez saying that capitalism destroyed life on Mars (yes, the planet) but gems of idiocy keep popping up. Maduro is a particularly well talented student for whom I have high hopes that he will come up with something even worse than the Mars idiocy. His latest account on how capitalism changed Venezuela in the last 100 years is for the annals. You will find out the following:


- 100 years of capitalism have estranged people from the countryside and thus there is a need for "urban agricultural revolution" which will be of course properly equipped with a very urban and capitalistic ministry  of urban agriculture. Wits like me think that a ministry of urbane culture may be useful in today's Venezuela but what do we know.

- I have to semi agree on something with him. He says that capitalism has imposed on us an "unproductive and parasitic lifestyle". If certainly his lifestyle and the one of most chavismo is unproductive and parasitic, I could not agree more, he should still tell us who built all the infrastructure they found when they arrived into office in 1999 and that they have left to rot since.

- Where he gets more offensive is in his misunderstanding of the whole system, or worse, his refusal to understand and learn. For example capitalism has turned all us into consumers, we are not producers anymore. So he stresses his ignorance as to what is produced must come out of thin air. He cannot even stick to a traditional commie way of enslavement through debt.

- And to finish with a flurry he takes Japan as an example of what can be done against that dependency culture of capitalism. Supposedly Japan has reached its agricultural "frontier", whatever that means. But in Maduro's mind it means that Japan has run out of places where to produce food so the huddled masses have taken to produce whatever they can to avoid starvation. From their balconies to their backyards they grow what it takes, including chickens in "vertical coops", the same ones that Chavez long ago promoted (maybe these pesky Japanese imitators stole the idea from Chavez?). Certainly Maduro ignores that the obsession for freshness in certain Asian cultures makes people want to buy they chicken live to kill and pluck at home, or that they will only trust their favorite fruit/herb only if grown under their watchful eyes. But it is not a matter of anyone explaining that to Maduro, I have the feeling that like Chavez he could not care less for veracity.

We did learn something through: Nicolas and Cilia have Wonderhen. They get all the eggs they need from a single hen they raise in a corner of Miraflores palace (I assume as the place was not specified). And they are delicious. The best!

The Youtube campaign: those are the candidates you need to vote for inside Venezuela

Not that it makes any difference at this point. Not that I wrote yesterday that I was standing this election out for many reasons.  However I also wrote that the candidates I wanted were either in jail, or trying to get those in jail out while waiting their turn inside jail. Well, there is such a candidate. Those are the ones you need to vote for if you want Venezuela to have any hope to change for the better. The rest is, well, bullshit.



PS: for full disclosure sake, this is not my district, henceforth not a direct endorsement. And I am out of the country so I could not vote anyway for a primary assuming that my district had a primary which is not the case. But in Yaracuy the opposition has done an excellent job at disqualifying itself long ago. Had I found a convenient registration center I probably would have moved my registered center to Caracas...

VN&V will not cover the coming legislative elections in Venezuela

Now that I may have gotten your attention, this is not entirely true. But what is true is that it is not worth my time covering elections which are a fraud on so many levels, from so many sides. And yet vote we must.

First, to make things clear, it is not that I am not up to task, 5 years ago my predictions went quite close to the mark, to two seats from the actual result.  The prediction gathered out of the regime gerrymandering huge advantage and assorted bonus was on the mark. We know the consequences of that vote.

But then I had material to work on. If previous electoral results were not reliable they still could be used to establish trends. If pollsters were weak and underfunded, and even questionable, they still could be used for trends. There were independent papers so you could sense the mood. Regional papers in particular were useful for those who were not Caracas navel gazers.  I even had some contacts.

All of this is gone.

Pollsters are now unreliable. Hinterlaces is sold out to the regime. Datanalisis is very, very questioned, maybe compromised. Others like Keller are still reliable but short of customers that can shell out what is required to do frequent and complete studies. And if they do a study it is a nation wide study, not likely a local study.

Gerrymandering is reaching paroxysm. Now the regime is outright diminishing the population of opposition districts where the regime even built housing through "Mision Vivienda", increasing the population!  That is, the regime increased the population but statistically decreased it anyway to make the opposition lose seats. These "freed up" seats of course go to chavista districts whose numbers are boosted outright.

Since the regime does not benefit this time around of the huge material advantage it got before, nor of Chavez charisma it is using other techniques such as jailing opposition main leaders, or promoting minor leaders in the hopes creating divisions. That would not be so bad if the leadership of the opposition showed more guts and direction. But look at the mess. Has anyone heard much of Ramos Allup and AD lately?  He is probably one of the most discredited leaders these days, either because he has failed to stand up as he should have done for the many political prisoners or because of his many relatives engaged in sweet businesses with the regime. But he is not the lone one in that situation.

If we do not need to use the conflict of interest card to discard all opposition leadership we can certainly use the lack of trust, of confidence with other opposition leaders. For example Capriles is clearly out of his league now. When he is asking me to go and vote, he certainly does not raise any confidence in me. The man was unable to defend his victory of 2013. What confidence do I have he will defend the victory he claims is coming in a few months? None. I will go and vote but do not ask me to be dynamic about the whole process.

In other words, without free press, without reasonable polls, with self censorship, with limited regional news, relying only on Twitter gossip, with opposition leadership using panglossian speak, with regime thugs openly threatening the electorate, with the regime already in control of all levers of powers that will make the new assembly meaningless, etc, etc... why should any one bother covering the elections?

I suppose that other people who make a living on reporting on such things feel compelled to report on the electoral campaign. I suppose that readers of this blog would like to know about it. I do not want to discourage it, but this time around "caveat emptor" more than ever. You have been warned.

But the real reason that I will not spend much time on the coverage of neither the primary nor the general election is two fold.  First, my life is too complex. I simply do not have the time I used to have to dedicate to the minutiae and thoughtfulness that perusing data AND understanding it require. I do not want to risk to be wrong and the risk this time around. Yes, on paper the opposition will win. On paper. But that is not the real issue. Is it not?

The other reason is that deep down I do not care. I do not care because the opposition is not telling what will they do if they win. They are not telling me what will they do if they lose (it can happen without cheating). They are not telling me what they will do if the regime steals the election. They are not telling me what they will do if the regime accepts the victory but neuters it. They are not telling me truly why should I care (besides the obvious, which is obviously obvious).

But also because the lone politicians that speak about what I am interested in are either in jail or are about to get in or are trying to get out those who are inside. The other guys do not seem to care much about it, campaign as if nothing, address none of the issues that concern me, the issues that are grounded in reality. That may sound harsh but I am tired of lala land and politicians that are promising me that next time is the real one but when next time come run for cover.

Forgive me if I pass this one out and I rather focus on the economic disaster and on the repression of those politicians that are actually trying to do something. If you like fluff politics there are plenty of web pages for that, from blogs to world class newspapers that should know better........

End of rant.




300

I am not referring to the title of a rather trashy movie purposely showing enhanced muscular bodies fighting it out with alleged Persians in dreadful drag. I am referring to a trashy banana republic that is unable to keep its economy inside the mere decency bounds where its citizens can hope to keep some of the value of their work. If they have any.



The US dollar has finally reached in the parallel/black market the 300 mile post {official rate is still the unbelievable 6.3 but nobody but the corrupt military can have access to it, of course}. Since I am out of the country in a place of bounty and mental partial recovery (because worrying sick that nothing happens to the S.O., to work, to relatives and to what not in no particular order as peace cannot be found even away) I have no time to go into the minutiae. I will just remind you that on February 25 I was writing about the bicentennial bolivar so on your own you can assess by yourself the effectiveness of Maduro's economic policies through March and April to restore trust and confidence in the economy of Venezuela.

But was amazes me further, even this far away, is the stupidity of the regime in admitting almost unwillingly that their policies have failed truly miserably. That is they have announced this week that the official dollarization of the economy has started. Since the regime is bankrupt and since they cannot even buy cars for their public administration routine, well, they decided to allow Ford motor corporation to start operating again selling cars in US dollars INSIDE Venezuela. How people are going to get highly expensive dollars to buy them I cannot figure out nor I am in a mind set to figure out from afar. And it ain't the point. The point is that the regime has started allowing for the sale of big ticket items in currency of the most reviled empire, the one for which a month ago they were still trying to collect gazillions of fraudulent signatures to bring to Panama to shame Obama.

The point is that the regime is accepting that they have reached the end of the road.

And the unraveling may be faster than expected. Already the Ford Trade Union wants to get paid in USD...  Note that trade unions in Venezuela are particularly corrupt, but again, I digress...

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