Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Disember 7, 2010

Rakyat diutamakan… contohi sikap Chavez bersama penderitaan rakyatnya

An  aerial view shows floodwaters in Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles)  east of Caracas December 5, 2010. At least 32 people have died and  70,000 forced out of their homes in recent days, especially on the coast  where mudslides have toppled houses in hillside slums.

An aerial view shows floodwaters in Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles) east of Caracas December 5, 2010. At least 32 people have died and 70,000 forced out of their homes in recent days, especially on the coast where mudslides have toppled houses in hillside slums.

An  aerial view shows people awaiting rescue in a boat after floods in  Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles) east of Caracas December 5, 2010. At  least 32 people have died and 70,000 forced out of their homes in recent  days, especially on the coast where mudslides have toppled houses in  hillside slums.

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez watches through the door of a  helicopter during a visit to Barlovento, about 48 km (30 miles) east of  Caracas December 5, 2010. Chavez blamed "criminal" capitalism  on Sunday for global climate phenomena including heavy rains that have  killed scores and left tens of thousands homeless in Venezuela and  Colombia.

Rakayt didahulukan pencapaian diutamakan… start je banjir dah habis negeri dia redah menghulur bantuan dan menyelami kesusahan rakyat jelata.. siap arahkan hotel-hotel supaya membenarkan mangsa-mangsa banjir menginap buat sementara waktu di Hotel-hotel… ini baru betul rakyat diutamakan…

Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez watches through the door of a helicopter during a visit to Barlovento, about 48 km (30 miles) east of Caracas December 5, 2010. Chavez blamed “criminal” capitalism on Sunday for global climate phenomena including heavy rains that have killed scores and left tens of thousands homeless in Venezuela and Colombia.

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (L) speaks with flood victims  during a visit to Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles) east of Caracas  December 5, 2010. Chavez blamed "criminal" capitalism on  Sunday for global climate phenomena including heavy rains that have  killed scores and left tens of thousands homeless in Venezuela and  Colombia.

Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez (L) speaks with flood victims during a visit to Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles) east of Caracas December 6, 2010. Chavez blamed “criminal” capitalism on Sunday for global climate phenomena including heavy rains that have killed scores and left tens of thousands homeless in Venezuela and Colombia.

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez greets children while visiting  the apartment complex under construction at Ciudad Caribia in the state  of Vargas outside Caracas December 2, 2010. Thousands of Venezuelans  fled their homes after landslides and swollen rivers killed at least 21  people and threatened to cause more damage.

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez visits inhabitants of  rain-affected areas, asking them to move to shelters in Caracas December  1, 2010. Thousands of Venezuelans fled their homes after landslides and  swollen rivers killed at least 21 people and threatened to cause more  damage.

Inilah contoh pemimpin mesra rakyat…

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez visits an evacuated family at a  shelter in Caracas December 1, 2010. Chavez has invited 25 families made  homeless by recent torrential rains to stay temporarily at the  presidential palace in Caracas after thousands of Venezuelans fled their  homes after landslides and swollen rivers killed at least 21 people and  threatened to cause more damage.

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks with flood victims during a  visit to Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles) east of Caracas December 5,  2010. Chavez blamed "criminal" capitalism on Sunday for  global climate phenomena including heavy rains that have killed scores  and left tens of thousands homeless in Venezuela and Colombia.

People evacuate after the flooding of a river in Higuerote, about  100 km (60 miles) east of Caracas December 5, 2010. At least 32 people  have died and 70,000 forced out of their homes in recent days,  especially on the coast where mudslides have toppled houses in hillside  slums.

People evacuated after their houses were destroyed by floods and  landslides wait to register for a shelter outside the facilities of  Sambil Candelaria mall which was expropriated by the government and  currently serves as a refuge in Caracas December 6, 2010. At least 32  people have died and 70,000 forced out of their homes in recent days,  especially on the coast where mudslides have toppled houses in hillside  slums.

People evacuated after their houses were destroyed by floods and landslides wait to register for a shelter outside the facilities of Sambil Candelaria mall which was expropriated by the government and currently serves as a refuge in Caracas December 6, 2010. At least 32 people have died and 70,000 forced out of their homes in recent days, especially on the coast where mudslides have toppled houses in hillside slums.

An  aerial view shows floodwaters in Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles)  east of Caracas December 5, 2010. At least 32 people have died and  70,000 forced out of their homes in recent days, especially on the coast  where mudslides have toppled houses in hillside slums.

An  aerial view shows floodwaters in Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles)  east of Caracas, December 5, 2010. Thousands of Venezuelans fled their  homes earlier this week after landslides and swollen rivers killed at  least 21 people and threatened to cause more damage.

An  aerial view shows floodwaters in Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles)  east of Caracas December 5, 2010. At least 32 people have died and  70,000 forced out of their homes in recent days, especially on the coast  where mudslides have toppled houses in hillside slums.

An  aerial view shows floodwaters in Higuerote, about 100 km (60 miles)  east of Caracas, December 5, 2010. Thousands of Venezuelans fled their  homes earlier this week after landslides and swollen rivers killed at  least 21 people and threatened to cause more damage.

Chavez arah mangsa banjir dipindahkan ke hotel

(Slogan Rakyat Didahulukan Dan Diutamakan Oleh Chavez)

CARACAS 7 Dis. – Anggota pasukan keselamatan Venezuela mula memindahkan keluarga mangsa banjir ke bilik-bilik penginapan hotel pelancongan sebaik diarahkan oleh presidennya, Hugo Chavez, lapor media tempatan semalam.

Kebanyakan negeri di negara Amerika Selatan itu diisytiharkan ‘darurat’ ekoran hujan lebat dan tanah runtuh yang telah meragut 32 nyawa serta menyebabkan 70,000 orang penduduk di persisiran Caribbean itu terpaksa berpindah.

Akhbar The El Universal yang memetik ketua pengawal kebangsaan melaporkan, orang ramai telah dipindahkan ke sebuah hotel sepanjang malam ekoran paras air yang naik mendadak.

Majer Jeneral Luis Mota Dominguez memberitahu akhbar bahawa para pemilik hotel telah menyediakan segala kemudahan untuk digunakan.

Hujan lebat dan banjir besar juga turut melanda negara jiran, Colombia yang menyebabkan 170 orang mati dan 1.5 juta orang lagi kehilangan rumah kediaman.

Chaves semalam menyelar jenayah kapitalis sebagai merosakkan alam global dan mengancam kehidupan manusia di muka bumi. – Reuters…

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Yang paling penting lagi dalam melaksanakan slogan RAKYAT DIUTAMAKAN, Chavez  tidak menaikkan harga minyak sesuka hati macam pemimpin kita yang selalu melaungkan slogan rakyat diutamakan.. harga minyak di Venezuela adalah antara yang termurah sekali dalam Planet ini… iaitu $0.05 / seliter atau lebih kurang RM0.16 sen seliter…pikir sendirilah…tak payah nak bandinglah dengan harga minyak di Malaysia,langit dan bumi bezanya…Kalau nak banding dengan harga sebiji coklatpun belum tentu lagi sepadan…

masya Allah betapa gumbiraaanya rakyat chavez dan betapa sayangnya rakyat kepada pemimpin mereka yang bernama chavez.. seorang pemimpin kalau buat baik dan ambik berat pada kebajikan rakyat, depa tak rugi apapun.. bahkan rakyat akan  bertambah sayang dan menyokong sepenuhnya pemimpin itu. Tapi kalau selalu menipu dan membebankan rakyat jelata,bukan kata benci,sumpah seranahlah sebagai hadiah dari rakyat jelata..

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  1. salam………

    Bravo Chavez………
    Viva Venezuela……………
    u r the people hero………………….

    ini baru laa namanya Sang Hanuman……….
    aku tak pernah tengok tok ketua sarkis mau pun grombolan……yang dok buat keghoja macam si chaves nie…………
    tapi kalu cakap…….depa laa hero……..temasuk laa anak buah depa pun yg dari melayau ngan hairan tu………….pi soal orang macam laa depa dah buat keghoja…….last last kantoi…………

    bila banjir baru nie…….dah surut baru pi jengok……tumit kasut pun tak basah……….
    mana nak bassah……..
    depa silap landing……..
    depa pi kampung yg tak kena banjir………

    kah kah kah………….

  2. presiden, Hugo Chavez, datang mengaji dengan kerajaan BN tau taaaak!


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