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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

SAUL OF TARSUS ENIGMA

que derecho tienes tu a juzgarme?
pablo de tarso (romanos 3:7)

eliecer avila, nuestro quijote disidente de puerto padre, dice textualmente: es sumamente irrespetuoso y ofensivo (por no hablar de etica periodistica, que aqui no existe) que el pueblo cubano en toda esta campaña jamas haya oido ni una palabra salida de la boca del contendiente de chavez. pareciera que para toda la prensa de este pais que en venezuela no existian varios candidatos presidenciales, sino uno solo, como aqui. analizado asi, eliecer parece aceptar que en venezuela, aun con chavez, hay etica periodistica, porque el pueblo pudo oir, ver y leer lo que decian no solo los 2 candidatos principales sino los otros 3 pelagatos de relleno. pero en miami no. elicer no sabe que en su quimera de la libertad sucedio lo mismito que el critica, pero a la inversa. aca solo se le dio cobertura a lo que dijo capriles en la campaña electoral, nada de lo que dijo chavez se supo. incluso montaner el bueno escribio sobre las 10 razones para votar contra chavez (sin poner las 10 razones para votar por capriles). visto de esta manera, la queja de eliecer es valida pero sumamente ingenua. no solo porque transfiere la libertad informativa para venezuela sino porque resalta -sin saberlo- la desinformacion que vivimos todos los cubanos. los de la isla y los del exilio. su ingenuidad se ve en los residentes de la florida que se guiaron por el canal 41, mega22, univision23, telemundo51, las estaciones de radio (incluida radio marti digital), diario las americas y el herald. por eso hoy en el arepazo del doral hay caras largas clamando fraude electoral. esto solo tiene un nombre: desinformacion. tanto a miami como a cuba, venezuela les ha dado una leccion de civismo y democracia. pero sin aceptarla, ciegos y sordos, pasamos a aplaudir la nueva victoria de ayacucho o a censurar el deja vu de las elecciones presidenciales del 2000 en estados unidos, que fueron decididas precisamente aca en la florida, en penoso reconteo. mucho me temo que si eliecer viene a vivir aca vuelva a criticar a la prensa y al establishement de su nuevo entorno, si es honesto. aunque el 99% del cubano que llega, pierde la honestidad o transfiere para aca la mentira, la simulacion y el miedo, para declararse triunfador... y seguir sobreviviendo en la farsa.©varela 
what right have you to judge me?
paul of tarsus (romans 3:7)
eliecer avila, our puerto padre's dissident quixote, quotes: is extremely disrespectful and offensive (letting alone journalistic ethics, which aren' heret) that the cuban people throughout this campaign never has heard not a word out of the mouth of the contender of chavez. it seems that in venezuela existed only one but not several presidential candidates, for all the press of this country, as here. analyzed in that way, eliecer seems to accept that in venezuela, with chavez, there are journalism ethics, because the people could hear, see and read what said not only the 2 leading candidates but the other 3 pelagatos of filling. but in miami don't. eliecer doesn't know that in his dream of freedom happened the same thing criticized by him, but in reverse. only here was given coverage to what capriles said in the election campaign; it was revealed nothing of what chavez said. even montaner el bueno wrote on 10 reasons to vote against chavez (without putting the 10 reasons to vote for capriles). seen thus, eliecer complaint is valid but extremely naive. not only because it transfers information freedom for venezuela, but because it highlights -without knowing it- misinformation that we live all cubans. the island and those in exile. his ingenuity is showed in the florida residents who were guided by channel 41, mega22, univision23, telemundo51, the radio stations (including radio marti digital), diario las americas and the herald. that's why, today at the doral's arepazo there are long faces claiming electoral fraud. this only has a name: disinformation. both to miami and cuba, venezuela has given a lesson in civics and democracy. but without accepting it, blind and deaf, we went to applaud a new ayacucho victory or to censor the deja vu of the 2000 presidential election in united states, which were precisely determined here in florida, in painful recount. i'm afraid that if eliecer comes to live here, he'll criticize again the press and the establishement of his new environment, if he is honest. although 99% of the cuban who arrives, loses the honesty or transfers here the lying, simulation, and fear, declaring themselves as winners... to continue surviving in the farce.
©varela