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March 15, 2014, 04:13:58 PM
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The cute baby polar bear got it right: No News Coverage. None.
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March 15, 2014, 04:20:09 PM
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The cute baby polar bear got it right: No News Coverage. None.

Wilikon , if it weren't for your posts I wouldn't have a clue about what's happening there.

In one of the biggest newspaper here , if you type "venezuela" the first result is about a record challenged in my country that was held by Venezuela (something to do with lipstick http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/1/most-people-applying-lipstick)

And the next result is about f1 because of the pilot Pastor Maldonado

About the clashes , next to nothing at the bottom.
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March 17, 2014, 08:27:47 PM
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En Mérida como la gente pelea por 1 kilo de Leche VENEZUELA

Citizens In Venezuela Fight Each Other For Access To A Truck With Milk

Published on Mar 13, 2014

http://youtu.be/FANovpq3hyI
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March 19, 2014, 03:47:39 PM
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                                     Venezuela legislators demand investigation into opposition deputy
        Socialists call for Maria Corina Machado to face inquiry into crimes including treason relating to anti-government protests




Venezuela’s congress has requested a criminal investigation be launched into opposition deputy Maria Corina Machado for crimes including treason in relation to her involvement in anti-government protests that have left at least 28 dead.

Machado, a 46-year-old engineer, has been one of the most visible leaders of six weeks of opposition demonstrations against socialist president Nicolas Maduro , the country’s most serious unrest in a decade.

Ruling Socialist party legislators, who hold a majority of congressional seats, voted to ask the state prosecutor to investigate Machado for offences that range from damaging buildings to inciting civil war.

“We will not permit impunity. We will ensure revenge for those deaths. We will ensure these deaths will be paid for,” said legislator Tania Diaz of the Socialist party. “Anyone who violates the right to life is violating the constitution.”


http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/mar/19/venezuela-investigation-maria-corina-machado-protests
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March 20, 2014, 04:39:21 PM
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...First you get on line and ‘take’ a number... Then you wait...











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March 22, 2014, 05:57:27 AM
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Video: Venezuelan National Guard Torturing A Man In Custody

GRAPHIC.  DO NOT WATCH IF YOU ARE SQUEAMISH.  YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

This video was recorded in the last few days.  In it, two prisoners at C.O.R.E 2 a National Guard facility are taken into a room and beaten with a boat paddle.

This is the extent to which Nicolas Maduro and the Cubans who control him are willing to go to in order to keep Socialism in power.

http://weaselzippers.us/180258-video-venezuelan-national-guard-torturing-a-man-in-custody/
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March 24, 2014, 05:18:38 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Yn1qcSphBQ

Drone Camera Corrects CNN Español Report On Caracas Demonstrations


Look, up in the sky!
It’s a bird…
It’s a plane…
It’s a drone camera!

And it was a drone camera whose video corrected the false impression left by a CNN en Español report that there was somehow an equivalency in the size of competing demonstrations on Saturday in Caracas, Venezuela. As Daniel Duquenal of Venezuela News and Views complained, the CNN en Español report by Guillermo Arduino gave only closeup shots of competing Chavista and opposition demonstrations. However, the drone eye in the sky revealed the vast panoply of the opposition demonstration that seemed to number in the hundreds of thousands. Here is the post by Duequenal explaining why he was so irked by the CNN en Español report:

I was watching Arduino in his Saturday night news on CNN in Spanish, since there is no solid info we can get from Venezuelan TV. And the only thing I saw was close takes of the chavista and opposition marches. And thus they looked pretty much the same, similar turnout and what not. Well they were not. I cannot fathom why media persists in treating popular support as if it were the same, as if the country were indeed split into two roughly equal halves. It is not.

There is the video below taken by a drone (hence the noise) of the meeting point of the 4 marches today in Caracas. It speaks VOLUMES by itself. I dare any pro Chavez, pro Maduro, or CNN, or BBC or anything to show me a similar turnout recently for a Maduro support rally where NO buses to ferry people were used, where NO booze was given out, where NO breakfast or lunch or cookies were offered, where NO military were asked to attend. Then we can talk again about who has the most enthusiastic support in the country.

…..What media is doing trying to secure access to “official” sources by not “offending” them is distorting the real news. Maduro certainly has support but he has NO ACTIVE support like the opposition does and the images are there for whomever wants to see them.

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/pj-gladnick/2014/03/23/drone-camera-corrects-cnn-espa-ol-report-caracas-demonstrations

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March 24, 2014, 05:06:41 PM
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VENEZUELA: DEATH TOLL REACHES 34 AFTER SECOND MILITARY RAID ON CARACAS SQUARE




Clashes in Venezuela between peaceful protesters and Venezuelan state police have claimed the lives of three more citizens – one not participating in protests at all – bringing the death toll since February 12 to 34 people and increasing the call for an end to government violence in the country.


According to Argentine news outlet Infobae, 31-year-old Wilfredo Rey was shot in the head in the western capital of San Cristóbal despite not participating in protests. 40-year-old Jesús Labrador was shot during protests in the province of Mérida, and 26-year-old protester Argenis Hernández was shot in the abdomen during protests in Valencia, the capital of central province Carabobo. Spanish newspaper ABC reports that Hernández was shot by a Chavista paramilitary member on a motorcycle, who drove by and shot at protesters attempting to barricade the city from the government.
More than a month into the latest wave of protests, triggered by the arrest of Popular Will party leader Leopoldo López, the government announced a "probe" into human rights abuses by state police.
The protests continued throughout the weekend, however, led in Caracas by López's wife, Lilian Tintori, and former opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski. Newly-christened public enemy #1 María Corina Machado spearheaded another wing of protests. Protesters in Caracas numbered in the thousands, as the mayor advertised the event on Twitter.
After threatening and executing a raid on Altamira Square, a major opposition stronghold in Caracas, Maduro sent troops into the square once again on Saturday, spraying tear gas and attacking protesters. The police also arrested a journalist, Mildred Manrique, who lives in a building in the square, for reporting on attacks on civilians by military personnel.
In the western province of Táchira, considered the most anti-Chavista of the country, protesters flooded and blocked the streets, peacefully chanting "yes we can" before being attacked by gunshots and teargas:


http://youtu.be/H8KZnlBFXZc


The capital of Táchira, the Andean college town of San Cristóbal, was run by a staunchly anti-Chavista opposition mayor until late last week, when Venezuelan secret police stormed Mayor Daniel Ceballos' home in the middle of the night and arrested him for disturbing the peace and "fomenting violence." The arrest of Ceballos and conviction of Mayor Enzo Scarano of San Diego (a town near Valencia in Carabobo) triggered increased threats from President Maduro that he was now targeting public officials that opposed the government, not just protesters.
Members of the opposition have stated repeatedly that they have no intention of ceasing to protest until Maduro sets free political prisoners and orders an end to military violence.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/03/23/Venezuela-Death-Toll-Reaches-34-After-Second-Military-Raid-Of-Caracas-Square
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March 27, 2014, 05:29:49 PM
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March 27, 2014, 05:40:12 PM
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This is a catastrophe.  Where are this forum's socialists to reassure me that this isn't "real socialism"?

I can hardly imagine what kind of toll this is having on Venezuela's economy; those 3-4 hours aren't just a nuisance, it's time people could've used to do something productive.  It essentially puts the nation on hold.

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March 28, 2014, 08:03:05 PM
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This is a catastrophe.  Where are this forum's socialists to reassure me that this isn't "real socialism"?

I can hardly imagine what kind of toll this is having on Venezuela's economy; those 3-4 hours aren't just a nuisance, it's time people could've used to do something productive.  It essentially puts the nation on hold.


This forum's socialists know all the images and videos I am posting here were created, produced at Industrial Light & Magic.

Or maybe everything I am posting about what is happening in Venezuela is the result of a Real Time Socialist Train Wreck.


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March 29, 2014, 12:41:08 AM
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Venezuela to Probe Crossword Puzzles’ Role in Protests




Crossword puzzles in a local Venezuelan newspaper are calling readers to violent protests with conspiratorial messages, the country’s information minister said today.

Delcy Rodriguez called for an investigation of El Aragueno daily from the industrial town of Maracay, 120 kilometers (75 miles) west of Caracas for putting “encrypted messages” in its puzzles, she said in a post on her Twitter account. She didn’t give any details.

One person died in Maracay in a month and a half of protests against the government’s handling of an economic crisis that has pushed inflation to the highest in the world and led to shortages of basic items. At least 35 people have died in the protests, according to President Nicolas Maduro.

Brain teasers have triggered the alarm of Venezuela’s socialist government before. In May 2012, state television accused the biggest national newspaper Ultimas Noticias of trying to organize the assassination of then-President Hugo Chavez through coded crossword messages. Chavez died from cancer a year later.

An Information Ministry spokesman, who can’t be named because of internal policy, declined to comment on the investigation plans. El Aragueno editor Corina Rodriguez wasn’t immediately available for comment.


http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-03-27/venezuela-says-subliminal-crosswords-stoke-deadly-protest.html


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April 01, 2014, 12:42:40 AM
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The situation for opponents of Nicolás Maduro's socialist regime continues to worsen after weeks of constant protesting. Argentine outlet Infobae reports that the government has been arresting one protester every 35 minutes.
Infobae notes that little more than half of those arrested since the detention of opposition Popular Will party leader Leopoldo López have been freed. Many of those released have told the outlet that they have been "presented at tribunals with little time to speak to lawyers, coerced into signing papers, or accused with false evidence of 'fabricated' charges." Many others have accused the government of beating or torturing them.
One Venezuelan deputy has estimated the total number of arrests at 1,900 since López was sent to prison, according to newspaper El Universal. The arrests have included hundreds of protesters, but in recent days, the focus has been on public figures aligned with the opposition. Maduro arrested two opposition mayors and three generals in the past two weeks. He also expelled a congresswoman from her position, without explaining what laws she had violated.
San Cristóbal, the town run by one of the mayors, is now under full martial law. The college town located near the Colombian border has been considered the most active stronghold of the opposition in the nation. Spanish newspaper ABC published a series of moving images of the state of decay that martial law has brought to the city. Despite limited Internet access, residents of San Cristóbal continue to publish images and video of military and paramilitary shooting at peaceful protesters:


http://youtu.be/jAmnGFTZPWI


The congresswoman expelled last week, National Assembly member María Corina Machado, vowed to return to the National Assembly and do her job anyway. Machado has not had the chance to honor her promise to return, as the Assembly has not been in session. That should change Tuesday because Assembly President Diosdado Cabello, who expelled Machado, has called for a new session. Her expulsion from the legislature was a response to her visit to Washington, D.C., where she traveled to urge the Organization of American States to intervene in Venezuela. Stripping her of her legislative title removes legislative immunity. This has caused many to expect her arrest Tuesday.
As both laypersons and public officials continue to struggle against his regime, Maduro continues to make public appearances condemning the opposition for their outspokenness. In public statements Sunday, Maduro called opposition leaders "cowards" who "do not show their faces." He accused them of working to "convince the youth to take to the streets and burn and kill."
It has been 59 days since Leopoldo López showed his face to Maduro's military and was arrested for speaking out against the government.
The death toll in Venezuela, according to Infobae, is now 39.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/03/31/Report-Venezuelan-Police-Have-Arrested-1-900-One-Protester-Every-Half-Hour


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April 01, 2014, 01:39:56 AM
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The CIA is trying hard to create another Kiev in Caracas. They are not going to succeed.


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April 01, 2014, 01:51:39 AM
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Venezuela to Probe Crossword Puzzles’ Role in Protests




Crossword puzzles in a local Venezuelan newspaper are calling readers to violent protests with conspiratorial messages, the country’s information minister said today.

Delcy Rodriguez called for an investigation of El Aragueno daily from the industrial town of Maracay, 120 kilometers (75 miles) west of Caracas for putting “encrypted messages” in its puzzles, she said in a post on her Twitter account. She didn’t give any details.

One person died in Maracay in a month and a half of protests against the government’s handling of an economic crisis that has pushed inflation to the highest in the world and led to shortages of basic items. At least 35 people have died in the protests, according to President Nicolas Maduro.

Brain teasers have triggered the alarm of Venezuela’s socialist government before. In May 2012, state television accused the biggest national newspaper Ultimas Noticias of trying to organize the assassination of then-President Hugo Chavez through coded crossword messages. Chavez died from cancer a year later.

An Information Ministry spokesman, who can’t be named because of internal policy, declined to comment on the investigation plans. El Aragueno editor Corina Rodriguez wasn’t immediately available for comment.


http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-03-27/venezuela-says-subliminal-crosswords-stoke-deadly-protest.html




Rebel code in the newspaper?

Chavez died from cancer a year later.
Oops...I don't watch the news much anymore...Didn't even know he was dead.

FYI: We are <snip>
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April 01, 2014, 03:59:10 PM
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The CIA is trying hard to create another Kiev in Caracas. They are not going to succeed.

I agree. 39 dead is not enough. The Venezuelan government should do its best to improve those numbers...
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As Twain said, "History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes.". Thatcher also said "They would rather the poor be poorer so long as the rich were less rich", and as we are witnessing once again, economic reality would be happy to oblige.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okHGCz6xxiw

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Battling food shortages, the government is rolling out a new ID system that is either a grocery loyalty card with extra muscle or the most dramatic step yet toward rationing in Venezuela, depending on who is describing it.

President Nicolas Maduro’s administration says the cards to track families’ purchases will foil people who stock up on groceries at subsidized prices and then illegally resell them for several times the amount. Critics say it’s another sign the oil-rich Venezuelan economy is headed toward Cuba-style dysfunction.

Registration begins at more than 100 government-run supermarkets across the country Tuesday, and working-class shoppers who sometimes endure hours-long lines at government-run stores to buy groceries at steeply reduced prices are welcoming the plan.

“The rich people have things all hoarded away, and they pull the strings,” said Juan Rodriguez, who waited two hours to enter the government-run Abastos Bicentenario supermarket near downtown Caracas on Monday, and then waited another three hours to check out.

http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/mar/31/venezuela-issues-id-cards-to-curtail-food-hoarding/
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April 02, 2014, 04:32:42 AM
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I agree. 39 dead is not enough. The Venezuelan government should do its best to improve those numbers...

Compare it to the millions the US has killed in Iraq.


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April 02, 2014, 04:36:04 AM
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Compare it to the millions the US has killed in Iraq.

Millions killed in Iraq, Syria.etc by the US were part of a "humanitarian killing campaign". You should not worry about it.

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