I know I use this blog to post travel pictures, but I wanted to dedicate just one post to those guys who were killed yesterday in Caracas, Venezuela.
As a venezuelan, I am very, very touched by the situation my country is going through, and as I have so many followers here I think I can let people know the reality we are living nowdays. I was thinking to leave the country, without fighting for my rights, but if I Ieave Venezuela, I would have to leave here my heart and my family, and I don’t want to.
I am so honored that CNN is reporting the situation, because the media don’t show anything, neither to us, neither to the world wide. How is that possible? How can be possible that people have to actually fight for a packet of toilet paper? How is it possible that we can’t find necessary products in the supermarket? How is it possible that we have to make long rows to get a bottle of milk? How is it possible that STUDENTS ARE MURDERED IN FRONT OF LOTS OF PEOPLE AND THE GOVERNMENT SAYS NOTHING IS HAPPENING??? I can’t even… I am absolutely terrified.
I want to let the world know that today we made a protest. Yesterday we made a protest, tomorrow we will protest and we won’t stop. WE DON’T WANT THIS GOVERNMENT. THEY ARE TAKING OUR PEOPLE, OUR RIGHTS AND THEY ARE TAKING OUR COUNTRY! And I shouldn’t leave myy country, but if I have to, I won’t do it without fighting first.
Pray for Venezuela.
I’m from Venezuela and we are going through a very difficult moment.
Yesterday, students, members of the civil life and citizens did a massive protest against the insecurity, social and economics difficulties that are experienced by every Venezuelan, every day.
During the protest, they were…
We know, Jared, we know
This its happening
I’ll like everyone to know what is happening right now in my country. But i think the pics and facts speak by themselves.
We are fighting with pacifist protest agains’t a corrupt government that have been controlling us for 15 years, but 3 students die yesterday during the protest and there are a lot of people who is hurt by the national army.
There are shortage of food and any product you can think about, a lot of unsolved murders, violations and stealing. There’s no law or justice for us. We are pretty close to a civil war or a revolution. But we are no afraid, its time.
And sorry for my english but i hope you all can understand me. And please reblog this so more people can know what is really happening, because there is any national channel in my country showing what its really happening because there are control too by the government. This is a dictatorship. So please, PLEASE HELP US. I’m no religious but if you are please pray for us.
Your country supports it’s fundamental for mine. So thank you for any kind of help. And again, I’m sorry about my english.
Me gustaría que todo el mundo sepa lo que está pasando en mi país, pero creo que las imagenes y los hechos hablan por si solos.
Estamos luchando mediante protestas pacificas contra un gobierno corrupto que nos ha controlado durante 15 años, pero 3 estudiantes murieron ayer y hay mucha gente herida por la guardia nacional.
Hay escasez de comida y de cualquier producto que te puedas imaginar. Una enorme cantidad de asesinatos, robos, violaciones y secuestros sin solucionar. No hay leyes, ni justicia, y estamos muy cerca de una guerra civil o una revolución. Pero no estamos asustados, ya es tiempo.
Por favor den reblog a esto y así mas gente puede saberlo, ya que no hay canal nacional en mi país que transmita lo que realmente esta pasando, ya que estos también son controlados por el gobierno. Esto es una dictadura. Asi que por favor, POR FAVOR, AYUDANOS. No soy una persona religiosa, pero si tú lo eres, te pido de corazón que por favor reces por mi país.
El apoyo de tú país es fundamental para el mío. El apoyo de tú persona es fundamental para la mía. Así que gracias por cualquier tipo de ayuda.
Y si eres venezolano, y ya has leído esto, te pido de corazón que dejes tu ordenador, tablet o smartphone y por favor, unetenos con las protestas pacificas.
#12F #13F #14F #15F #16F #17F #18F #19F #20F y todos los días que sean necesarios. #SOSVenezuela
I’m in tears, I’m in shock and I’m devastated.
If you don’t know what’s going on in my country, It’s not an odd thing. Because we, our own citizens don’t know either. Government censored the TV, they took news channels (internationals) out of air and the nationals channels don’t show what’s…
At least three people have been shot and killed in Caracas, Venezuela as relatively peaceful protests on “Youth Day” turned deadly. With marches and protests against the Maduro administration escalating over the past two weeks, Venezuela’s political stability cracked on Wednesday. In a deathly crossfire, anti-government demonstrators clashed with security forces and armed, pro-government vigilantes.
About 10,000 anti-government protesters and students marched through the streets on the day that commemorates a 19th century independence battle where students fought colonial authorities. Calling for the end of Maduro’s presidency, corruption and the country’s economic woes — the the large group remained relatively peaceful until the event’s end. But as protestors started to disperse, a small group of roughly 100 young people lingered, sparring with security forces, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Gritemos con brío
Muera la opresión
La fuerza es la unión.
Venezuela fighting for their rights.
So this is happening in Venezuela right now. No Media Coverage.
Sources are showing that lethal force is being used.
Don’t protest, because I’ll shoot you. Don’t make demands, because I’ll take you prisoner. Don’t inform, because I’ll take you off the air. Nice democracy, right?