Thanks a lot Doc.
I want to move out mainly because the lack of civil rights/liberties... this situation is getting worse, Chavez now supporting leftist Marxist guerrillas from Colombia giving them asylum, now they rules in here almost like another Army.
Well for those interested, I'm electronic engineer, I used to work with heavy duty mining equipment (big Tonka toys) but I had an accident and now I'm partially disabled. So I have to back to the start on the other field of experience I have... computers and networking (computer technician... assemble and repair computers, installing software, perform back-ups, set-up and configure small LANs, etc), I'm about start the Cisco CCNA certification in September.
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About, why I can't find a job in here? because I signed a petition against Chavez, check this out :
The existence of systematic political prosecution in Venezuela, as established in article 7 of the Rome Statute, has been been argued for some time now. Apologists of Hugo Chavez maintain that it is nonsense, just another cry wolf allegation against the 'democratically elected' leader. Many people have complained about the existence of a list, compiled by chavist assemblyman (congressman) Luis Tascon with a group of collaborators, that is widely utilized by government officials at all institutional levels to deny passports, contracts, IDs, employments, benefits, etc. Not only did Hugo Chavez order and knew about the existence of the database, the president concludes the memo by asking that his request be given full legal consideration. Thus Tascon put together, with the assistance and leniency of Venezuela's National Electoral Council's (CNE) director, this Venezuelan version of McCarthyism that could be consulted by the public from March 2004 on the website of Assemblyman Tascon; a revised version was distributed on July 6th of the same year. Hugo Chavez admitted in live television that the list had fulfilled its purposes -he also praised Jorge Verstrynge's book 1 hour and 25 min. into his dominical charade of Sunday 10th of April- expressing that civil servants ought to stop using it against those who signed to petition for a recall referendum on his mandate. What is more, the database was a key element of the official effort mounted by Chavez with tax payer's money to win the recall referendum known as "Misión Florentino". The software program that comes with the list is called Maisanta, probably borrowing its name from Comando Maisanta, which was the chavist political campaign prior to the recall referendum. Also with the package there is a rather long power point presentation geared at electoral officials supportive of Chavez. Researching a bit about this topic I was able to find, download the list via emule (just search for "lista de tascon") and install the software in my PC. It contains details of 12.394.109 citizens, that is to say Venezuela's entire electoral register up until July 6 2004. The images speak for themselves. The questions: what would happen should any of the leaders of the democratic nations of the world be caught ordering the construction of such database? What would happen to the electoral institutions of America or any European country and its officials should they be caught passing critical information with respect to the political tendencies of the electorate to politicians of a given ruling party?
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Thanks in advance, god bless you all.