We Stand To Fight

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On December 3 Venezuela dawned with a great taste in the mouth, the great triumph of NO to the reform that the President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez wanted to try to impose. But Venezuela said no, he said NO to the vote, said NO to the abstention of the same Chavistas who were more than 3 million. In conclusion, and Chavez himself had called a Pirrrica Victoria, was a major defeat for him, was the imposition of a people hungry for democracy, thirsty to continue living in the wild, hungry to put a brake and one for this president as I have always believed that the greatest and unique. Now my people, who have managed to bravely take the right path, that this huge group of young students have understood what the mission that must be met by Venezuela and their lives must continue on a war footing. If there is to be alert, you have to work much harder now, that now that we know we will, that now leaves a lot of subjectivity in the air that now that we do not like or even listen.

We the free people of Venezuela should unite us, we try to get all that abstention is our join us and bring our message of brotherhood of union democracy and freedom for Venezuela. That our revolution is not that of violence, from insults, threats, our revolution is that of peace, the white hands held high, the flying of our flag and telling the world we are a free, sovereign, and above all a democratic country that lives in peace. That is our message to all Venezuelans. Do not create more in this story of empire, the gringo go home, the CIA, not a thousand times no. This was demonstrated this December 2 when more than 4 million 400 thousand voters said they no more than 7 not voting. There is the key, we are there, fighting and following our hearts that the only thing we suggest is that we live in a united and peaceful and free.