SOS venezuela

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Do you Know what is happening in Venezuela? This is what is happening. This is what has been happening during a week. The students have been protesting in a pacific way against the repressive and tyrant government that we have since 1999 (yes, 15 years living with insecurity, food and medicine shortages, deprivation of liberty, and media blackout) and what is the police and the army doing? Beating us, shooting us, and recently some students were condemned to jail for 13 years!! For what crime? For claiming justice and democracy. Please, share this post, the world needs to know.

#PrayForVenezuela

#SOSVenezuela

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UPDATE: Government-owned Internet CANTV has blocked photos on Twitter. We need to keep spreading this information! Rihanna and Jared Leto have tweeted their support! AP, HuffPost, Buzzfeed and more have picked up the story. It’s working guys KEEP SPREADING THE WORD!

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This happened today (Feb 12th 2014) in Venezuela, in a peaceful protest carried out by college students in various cities across the country.

The demonstration was met with violence from the Venezuelan Armed Forces, the Government Police and armed groups. Two students were killed by gunshots, and many other were injured.

The media completely ignored the violent response towards the students, because all of our national TV channels are under control of the government.

Our own government is killing us, either with hunger or violence. Please, reblog. We need help in Venezuela!

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3. What happened to Venezuela? What else? (x)

6. What about the protests? That’s nothing new, is it? (x)

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These are just a few I could find in the past 5 minutes. Please feel free to add your own links! 

UPDATED!

When I was little, my whole fam lived in Venezuela, which was hard because we didn’t speak Spanish very well yet. I was four years old at the time. Anyways, we had this very straight faced, emotionless maid named Carla working for us. She always did a splendid job cleaning for us without speaking much because of the language barrier between us. So one day she comes up to my mom and says “cuaima… baño”, completely without emotion, and my mom doesn’t understand so she just laughs and goes “ok, sí, gracias” and continues on with her day. Well Carla comes up and says “cuaima” again to my mom the next day, and the next, and continues once a day for a week and a half. My mom is finally like, this must be pretty important if she keeps bringing it up, and grabs a dictionary and looks up the word ‘cuaima’. Well cuaima is defined as a very poisonous snake in Venezuela, so my mom freaks out and runs up to Carla like “DONDE ESTÁ LA CUAIMA”. Carla calmly walks over to the toilet and just points, and sure enough, a big black snake pops it’s head out of our toilet every couple minutes. So my mom and dad are like “what the heck do we do”, and devise a plan that they’re just going to pour some Drain-o down the toilet, and wait with an axe until something happens. This is really exciting stuff so of course me and my sisters gathered around to watch. So my dad pours the Drain-o, and about ten seconds later, this giant snake springs out the toilet and is furiously writhing all over our bathroom floor. So creepy. My dad swings the axe and chops the snakes head clean off and leaves a giant dent in our bathroom floor. Then Carla snatched the axe from him and chops the snake into, I’m not exaggerating, fifty different pieces. Our bathroom is covered in snake guts and blood. But, anyways, the point of this story is, after this happened I couldn’t use the bathroom alone until I was ten, and I didn’t conquer my fear of actually sitting on a toilet seat until I was thirteen.

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#9M Venezuela. We will continue to fight for our freedom and against dictatorship. We are not afraid! The totalitarian government lies to international organizations to create a mask to the implanted dictatorship! All rights are violated and there is no respect for human rights! we are all alone against an armed state! WE NEED HELP!! 

CHECK THE LIKED VIDEO IN THE SOURCE!

HELP US SPREADING THIS PHOTOS PLEASE!! THANKS!

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These are NOT fascist murderers, they are freedom fighters. Warriors against Venezuelan dictatorship. Against impunity. Against injustice. Against abuse of others. 

These Venezuelans are true patriots who daily risk their lives to demand their rights and are being criminalized by a dictator regime that seeks to censor everything that opposes! 

The world need to know what is happening in Venezuela. The media is censored. We are all alone against a corrupt government that suppresses all in their path!

We are the resistance, we are re-evolution! 

Spread this please! Thank you!

Photos: Alejandro Cegarra

I always read people making funny posts about Donald Trump here and then I have to watch in the news how the president of Venezuela is doing exactly the same Trump wants to do with Mexico but with people from Colombia (He’s closing borders, deporting colombians because of an aisled incident as an attempt to distract attention from their deep economic crisis.)

They are destroying colombians houses in Venezuela and separating families. There are hundreds of families separated and kids abandoned in Venezuela right now because their parents are colombian and they were deported. 

I’m so sorry but I can’t find anything funny about Donald Trump right now.