Venezuelans take to Miami streets to celebrate Hugo Chavez's death

Mar 6, 2013 Full story: The Guardian 102

Marisa Perez holds a Venezuelan flag as she reacts to president Hugo Chavez' death, at El Arepazo 2 in Miami.

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CubanWhoTellsItL ikeitIS

Miami, FL

#1 Mar 6, 2013
I have found them to be a tremendous law abiding asset for Miami ,quite ,respectfull neighbors ,they sure as hell are not blasting music at all hours of the night like you see in Cuban run banana republic Hialeah and IMO the Venzuelans are the greatest hispanic immigration to ever arrive in Miami.

Enough of the Miami Cuban junta , Miami needs more Venezuelan police and oficials.

"Thousands of jubilant Venezuelans took the streets of Miami to celebrate their president's demise, and to express their hopes for the country's future.

In the city's western suburb of Doral, almost 20% of the population is from Venezuela, and many are strong opponents of Chávez. Large groups flocked to the two El Arepazo restaurants, traditional gathering spots for the expatriates, to wave national flags and sing the national anthem.
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Drug Sucking Anarchist

Cantonment, FL

#2 Mar 6, 2013
Tell 'em to drink a coupla rounds of Cuba libres for me.
Sandy

Miami, FL

#3 Mar 6, 2013
Drug Sucking Anarchist wrote:
Tell 'em to drink a coupla rounds of Cuba libres for me.
Lol, yes it is certainly the favorite drink in these parts and has been for 54 looooooooooong years.
btw

Cantonment, FL

#4 Mar 6, 2013
Maybe Fidel is next.
Sandy wrote:
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Lol, yes it is certainly the favorite drink in these parts and has been for 54 looooooooooong years.
GD that tough old bastard.
gene the dancing machine

Birmingham, AL

#5 Mar 6, 2013
how many people has chavez put to death ,during his regine in office
Sandy

Miami, FL

#6 Mar 6, 2013
gene the dancing machine wrote:
how many people has chavez put to death ,during his regine in office
That is a good question but do not think he was nearly as tough as Fidel infact he wasnt as Venezuelans could still come and go as they pleased.

I know he had people arrested but don't think executed.

I can't find any info on that.
Indigena Buster

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#7 Mar 6, 2013
Sandy wrote:
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That is a good question but do not think he was nearly as tough as Fidel infact he wasnt as Venezuelans could still come and go as they pleased.
I know he had people arrested but don't think executed.
I can't find any info on that.
Chavez didn't executed any one ! I didn't like Chavez but you can't compare him with a murderous dictator like Fidel and Raul who are responsable for the death of almost 100,000 people!
felix lopez

Venezuela

#8 Mar 6, 2013
Sandy wrote:
<quoted text>
That is a good question but do not think he was nearly as tough as Fidel infact he wasnt as Venezuelans could still come and go as they pleased.
I know he had people arrested but don't think executed.
I can't find any info on that.
sandy,sandy,do you realy think those venezuelan in miami will come back to venezuela just becouse chavez die?most of them if not all of them have criminal records,not political record but criminal record,some of them are accuse of mas murder.some are banker who stole the people money and are now in miami.ALFREDO PEÑA.stole million of $$$$$ and ran to miami he was a mayor.caprile radosky just purchase a 5 million dollar apartment in manhatan.with the money he got from ned.so how good are the venezuela in miami??
edju

Saint Petersburg, FL

#9 Mar 6, 2013
felix go the library. you did not pay attention in school. you are dummer than dirt!
Cherokee

Newton, NJ

#10 Mar 7, 2013


Ding Dong the witch is dead!
Indigena Buster

United States

#11 Mar 7, 2013
Sandy wrote:
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Lol, yes it is certainly the favorite drink in these parts and has been for 54 looooooooooong years.
54 morrongazos te da Rodolfo cada vez que te ve! Cherokee tortillera vieja Chavista!
pesteaindios

Miami, FL

#13 Mar 7, 2013
edju wrote:
felix go the library. you did not pay attention in school. you are dummer than dirt!
Mamita se dice, Felix you need to go to the library, you did not pay enough attention in school.
Oliver Cromwell

Blackburn, UK

#14 Mar 7, 2013
Drug Sucking Anarchist wrote:
Tell 'em to drink a coupla rounds of Cuba libres for me.
Cuba Libre,Cuba was liberted by Castro,looks to me like Florida is infested with Cuban and Venezuelan Fascist filth.
Sandy

Miami, FL

#16 Mar 7, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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Cuba Libre,Cuba was liberted by Castro,looks to me like Florida is infested with Cuban and Venezuelan Fascist filth.
I do agree that the Cubans politically are a cancer and I don't particularly like them as people , other than the Cubans in NY .
I would never vote for one nor anyone married to one but the Venezuelans are very nice people and not corrupt and I say this as an Anglo American.

" Cuban-Americans have “perfected [corruption in government] in many ways to a fine art.” That is not correct, however, because if corruption is done that well, it is unnoticed and subtle. Corruption in Miami’s Cuban-American government has been crude, blatant and openly defiant. The NBA’s Miami Heat head coach Pat Riley painted a more dangerous, though nonetheless accurate picture of Miami when he said, in the January 2000 issue of GQ Magazine, that Miami “is a pastel city that will charm you with its grin as it slits your throat with a pearl-handle razor."

http://www.popularsovranty.org/mdc.shtml
Sandy

Miami, FL

#17 Mar 7, 2013
pesteaindios wrote:
<quoted text>Mamita se dice, Felix you need to go to the library, you did not pay enough attention in school.
Sir ,with all due respect it would seem that you and your Rick Scott voting friend, edju from Bradenton, FL are both dumb.

You are Miami Cuban dumb and he is mid Florida redneck dumb.

The correct way-

Felix ,you need to go to the library, you did not (didn't) pay enough attention in school.

I am not one who will post and than looks to correct what others post because that is just lame but I notice you "I wish I was an Anglo" Cubans enjoy engaging in such things.

Everything and anything but getting off your "Cuba libre' butts and actually liberating your OWN island.
I guess it was easier to colonize my country and state.

You are waiting for Anglos like that poor misguided edju to do it for you.

May God show mercy on your politically corrupt soul.
Sandy

Miami, FL

#18 Mar 7, 2013
felix lopez wrote:
<quoted text>sandy,sandy,do you realy think those venezuelan in miami will come back to venezuela just becouse chavez die?most of them if not all of them have criminal records,not political record but criminal record,some of them are accuse of mas murder.some are banker who stole the people money and are now in miami.ALFREDO PEÑA.stole million of $$$$$ and ran to miami he was a mayor.caprile radosky just purchase a 5 million dollar apartment in manhatan.with the money he got from ned.so how good are the venezuela in miami??
I know some Venezuelans here stole money and some are corrupt but they are very few compared to the Batistians who fled Fidel and spread their corruption in Miami .
As far as people go ,you can have nice conversations with them and just nicer people, I prefer them over these Miami Cubans with their zero political and zero police standards.

Miami-dade is ranked as second WORSE RUN city in USA and that speaks volumes on the Miami Cubano political standards or rather LACK OF THEM.

Miami Cuban OWNED Hialeah which is probably the single most corrupt city in USA is ranked as 5th worse but suspect next year it will be worse run period.

Cuban politicos robbing Cubans seems to be standard practice with these people.
felix lopez

Venezuela

#21 Mar 7, 2013
Sandy wrote:
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I know some Venezuelans here stole money and some are corrupt but they are very few compared to the Batistians who fled Fidel and spread their corruption in Miami .
As far as people go ,you can have nice conversations with them and just nicer people, I prefer them over these Miami Cubans with their zero political and zero police standards.
Miami-dade is ranked as second WORSE RUN city in USA and that speaks volumes on the Miami Cubano political standards or rather LACK OF THEM.
Miami Cuban OWNED Hialeah which is probably the single most corrupt city in USA is ranked as 5th worse but suspect next year it will be worse run period.
Cuban politicos robbing Cubans seems to be standard practice with these people.
sandy dale tiempo al tiempo.no pasara mucho tiempo para que estos venezolanos sean como los cubano en miami,si le sigues el hilo a algunos venezolanos profugos de la justicia venezolana en otra parte del mundo estan preso o buscado por paise que le dieron excilio
"politico"
Indigena Buster

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#22 Mar 7, 2013
felix lopez wrote:
<quoted text>sandy dale tiempo al tiempo.no pasara mucho tiempo para que estos venezolanos sean como los cubano en miami,si le sigues el hilo a algunos venezolanos profugos de la justicia venezolana en otra parte del mundo estan preso o buscado por paise que le dieron excilio
"politico"
De acuerdo,en par de años mas cuando uno vea a un Venezolano en Miami uno se tendra que tirar al piso y agarrarse la cartera!
pesteaindios

Hollywood, FL

#23 Mar 8, 2013
felix lopez wrote:
<quoted text>sandy dale tiempo al tiempo.no pasara mucho tiempo para que estos venezolanos sean como los cubano en miami,si le sigues el hilo a algunos venezolanos profugos de la justicia venezolana en otra parte del mundo estan preso o buscado por paise que le dieron excilio
"politico"
Vamos tener que hablar con los politicos Cubanos incluyendo a Joe Garcia que tanto odia la india que no los ayuden para nada. La india es una imbecil mal parida que lo mas probable la pario un animal.
Sandy

Miami, FL

#24 Mar 9, 2013
pesteaindios wrote:
<quoted text>Vamos tener que hablar con los politicos Cubanos incluyendo a Joe Garcia que tanto odia la india que no los ayuden para nada. La india es una imbecil mal parida que lo mas probable la pario un animal.
"State and federal corruption fighters have real job security in Miami, thanks to the nearly 300 city or Dade County officials already indicted, a list that seems to grow longer daily. This year and last, entire city departments have come under scrutiny. For instance, the Miami-Dade building department has been cited by a grand jury for failing to enforce the building codes, taking kickbacks for permits and ignoring serious flaws in a large construction project"

######Dario Moreno, a professor of political science at Miami International University, incurred the wrath of fellow Hispanics when he went on the CBS News magazine 60 Minutes in January and criticized Miami's Cuban community for the city's corruption######

http://www.thesocialcontract.com/artman2/publ...

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