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Why Venezuelans Protest?
La imagen que acompaña el artículo, la encontré hace unos días en alguna red Social que ahora mismo no recuerdo. La conservé, porque resumen, puntos más, puntos menos, el discurso de la izquierda facilona y de caviar que tanto pulula en Latinoamerica. Ergo: el partidario Marxista que no…
First picture: Maracaibo, Zulia.
Second picture: Alta Vista, Puerto Ordaz.
We are Venezuela. Many of us are spread around the world because of years of an abusive government taking our country to the edge, but our heart is Venezuela. We want to inform you on what’s been going on in our country. We are tough enough to ask for HELP. We need help spreading the word. Venezuela has some of the world’s largest proven oil deposits as well as huge quantities of coal, iron ore, bauxite and gold. We are also full of beautiful, hard working people and many future world leaders, yet we are sadly ruled by ignorants. We are tired and unhappy with the ravaged economy, shortages and rising crime. Our students are peacefully asking for our country back. We want peace, we want equality, we want our kids to grow in a democratic country. We need you to spread this images and message in your native language so that the WORLD helps VENEZUELA be free—— one image can change our outcome- Good bless you #help #prayforvenezuela #sos #yosoyvenezolana #languages #venezuela #peace #kdavidaimporta #love #mycountry
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