SOSVenezuela

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Si estas imágenes no les tocan el corazón, definitivamente no deben de ser humanos!  #SOSVENEZUELA  #NOMASMUERTES

-Una chica invisible. 

PD: Necesitamos que estas fotos den la vuelta al mundo para que sepan lo que sufre nuestro país. Por favor, ayúdanos a que todos sepan por lo que estamos atravesando, se nuestro granito de arena, de verdad necesitamos que el mundo vea la crisis que estamos atravesando los venezolanos. Por favor… Les prometemos que no les tomará mucho tiempo

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These are pics of the protests occurring in Venezuela right now. The people are going to the streets to fight the corruption of the government and in response the police has been sent to shoot at its people.

This is happening in ours streets, ours school and universities. This is the scream for help of a country that is dying of hunger and fear.

As Venezuela lives in a dictatorship the only way of communication we have is social media. If you could share our situation that would be a show of help and support that we desperately need

#SOSVenezuela

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Sucesos del hoy #18MAYO de 2017 el pueblo venezolano perdió el miedo y tiene más de 40 días en la calle batallando contra la DICTADURA instaurada. Nos han matado a más de 55 hermanos, un régimen genocida que arma a deficientes que actúan junto al ejército para que maten a un pueblo desarmado. Pero nadie se rinde, no tenemos miedo a pesar de que estamos completamente solos.

Ayúdanos difundiendo estás imágenes que demuestran la verdadera realidad de Venezuela. Realidad que está totalmente censurada por el gobierno amenazando a los medios con cárcel por decir la verdad. Las únicas herramientas son las redes sociales y no sabemos hasta cuando!

VENEZUELA TE NECESITA! PA'LANTE!

Fotos de nuestros valientes reporteros gráficos y periodistas que día a día arriesgan sus vidas para mostrar la realidad:

@donaldobarros
@ramzisouki
@ipaniza
@bsantan2
@oelzer
@igfotografia
@serialchilling
@bruzco1

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My Venezuelan friends are reporting the following:

Students and civilians are being KILLED!

Yes you read it right, students like yourself are being killed in Venezuela, a country in south America.

This is no fiction, it is not part of a dystopian YA novel, is real life. They are being killed by their own government, they live in a DICTATORSHIP.
You read The Hunger Games? You read novels about repressive regimes, imagine to live that for real. That is what Venezuelan students and population is living.

You felt the terror of the characters of the Harry Potter novels against the treat of the Dark Lord, That is the terror and fear that Venezuelans feels because of the repression and the armed gangs that kill people on the streets.

For days now the Venezuelan students -supported by the general population- have been on the streets protesting against the dictatorship, the censorship of the communication media (tv, radio, news papers, even the internet), and for the lack of FOOD & MEDICINES. Simply there is no food or medication in the stores or in the supermarket. You can not buy (even if you have the money) milk, oil, sugar, meat, flour, etc., because there is anything of that stuff in the whole country.

At this moment the Police and the National Guard, in charge of surveying the marches, are freely throwing tear gas and plastic bullets towards those who are exercising their constitutional right to peacefully protest against the Government and its dictatorship style.

The repression has reached such levels that even private residences, schools, neighborhoods and parks have been targeted, with the assistance of armed pro government groups. They do not mind if children, elders or bystanders are on the way. The images of affected people are heartbreaking.

Please take a second to get informed and raise awareness within your fandom and friends of the life and death of the Venezuelan people, who are trapped -for real- in the nightmare of a dystopian reality and who are fighting restlessly for their rights and survival.

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Estamos cansados. Somos un hermoso país que lo han llevado a la ruina. Antes la gente venía a nuestro país por el cálido clima, las hermosas playas ¡incluso el Salto Ángel! (que todos conocen por Up). Y ahora todos se van. Ya sea por el aeropuerto o un ataúd tres metro bajo tierra. Me duele mi país. Me duele ver que mis amigos se van porque saben que su futuro aquí ya no vale nada. Me duele ver como los niños/adultos/jóvenes se mueren a diario porque no hay insumos suficientes para todos. Me duele que no puedo salir a una disco o a casa de un amigo, incluso a caminar de noche porque corro el riesgo de ser asesinada sólo por un celular. Me duele ver que los chamos están dejando su vida por nosotros en la calle protestando mientras que a muchos no les importa. Me duele ver niños toooodos los días comiendo de la basura porque sus padres no tienen para llevarle ni un pedacito de pan a ellos o lo peor sus padres no pudieron conseguir alimentos porque nos hay NADA en este país. Se lo han robado todo que hasta el miedo se nos lo llevaron. Yo se que algún día te recuperaremos, mi amada Venezuela. Se que pronto todos volverán y lloraremos de alegría porque volveremos a ser un país hermoso, seguro y alegre. Pronto mi Venezuela. Pronto serás nuestra otra vez ¡QUE VIVA VENEZUELA NOJODA!

Si estas imágenes no les tocan el corazón, definitivamente no deben de ser humanos!  #SOSVENEZUELA  #NOMASMUERTES

-Una chica invisible.

PD: Necesitamos que estas fotos den la vuelta al mundo para que sepan lo que sufre nuestro país. Por favor, ayúdanos a que todos sepan por lo que estamos atravesando, se nuestro granito de arena, de verdad necesitamos que el mundo vea la crisis que estamos atravesando los venezolanos. Por favor… Les prometemos que no les tomará mucho tiempo

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this is a tired country, tired of dying because there is no food, tired of dying because you cant find medicines, you die protesting or you die when someone decides to steal your phone (that’s how much a Venezuelan life costs).
I’m posting this because I have A LOT of friends outside Venezuela and they don’t know what is going on here, we don’t know what is happening in Caracas, except for what people posts on twitter or instagram, and the internet isn’t working well, and I wanted people  to know what’s happening here

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This is the “Women March against repression” in my country(Venezuela)
We are marching for our rights,for our freedom of choice and speech.
We want our constitution be respect.
We march because we are tired of this communist regimen.
We march because we are tired of being humiliated for a bag of food(when you can find food).
Because in order to buy contraceptives or treatments for cancer you have to look for them on the black market.(Well any medicine,because the most basic medicine is really hard to find).
We march because we do not have security(Look at the murder rate of Venezuela).
We march for all those heroes(female and male)that this regime has murdered.(Look at the recent news about Venezuela).
Today we are grandmothers, sisters, daughters, granddaughters, wives, mothers, housewives, professionals, united against oppression.
This is how true feminism looks like.

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No son protestas de opositores, son protestas de VENEZOLANOS…
Venezolanos que están cansados de esta situación.
De madres y padres que cada día se matan trabajando para que a sus hijos lo les haga falta la comida
De familias que llevan días sin comer y de las que por desgracia han perdido familiares por la falta de medicinas. 
Familias separadas, Venezolanos molestos de la tremenda injusticia que sufrimos porque no nos permiten tener elecciones simplemente porque ellos quieren seguir viviendo la buena vida… 
Somos venezolanos que estamos protestando por nuestros derechos, por derechos que nos han arrebatado de la forma más descarada e inhumanamente posible.
¿Y cómo responde a esta situación? Los Guardias Nacionales atentan con su propia tierra, atentan contra marchas que pacíficamente exigen un cambio y los enchufados, con la boca llena de mentiras, diciendo que aquí no pasa nada… Pues ¡AQUÍ PASA DE TODO! y no pueden ocultarlo.
¡NADIE TE QUIERE MADURO! ¡NADIE! Ni a ti, ni a la bola de jala bolas, enchufados que te defienden y te ayudan a ocultar lo que sucede en Venezuela. 
¡No más represión!
Para protestar no se necesita ningún permiso, como Venezolanos tenemos el derecho a salir a nuestras calles a defender lo que ustedes nos han quitado.¡Nosotros somos más! 
Pa´ la calle mi gente que si se puede, no podemos desistir la voz del pueblo se respeta.

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100 días de lucha contra la dictadura en Venezuela! Se dice fácil pero no lo ha sido. Han sido casi cuatro meses de sangre, sudor y lágrimas como dijo Winston Churchill. Ha sido una lucha totalmente injusta que ni se parece a la descripción de aquella historia bíblica de David y Goliat. Ucrania, todavía queda bien lejos a la compleja situación que afronta el pueblo venezolano ante la represión desmedida y macabra de Nicolás Maduro.
El resumen de estos gloriosos 100 días de protesta es el siguiente:
-92 fallecidos
-1500 heridos
-34 detenciones arbitrarias
-431 presos políticos
-3600 arrestos por protestas
-1141 detenidos
-452 civiles presentados en tribunales militares
-247 casos de agresión contra la prensa
-38 agresiones a periodistas

Ante todo este movimiento civil el gobierno ha decidido contrarrestarlo radicalizando la dictadura, proponiendo una Asamblea Nacional Constituyente sin previa consulta popular, en la que intentará reformar la misma constitución que tanto defendían y la que creó el mismo Hugo Chávez. Están perdiendo el juego en y quieren cambiar las reglas en último minuto.

Un gran reconocimiento a los reporteros y periodistas encargados de estás imágenes, los que también han batallado estos 100 días sin cansancio y con la misma convicción que los grandes guerreros que ellos documentan en estas imágenes

@donaldobarros
@ramzisouki
@ipaniza
@bsantan2
@oelzer
@igfotografia
@serialchilling
@bruzco1
@andrernandez
@enderrod
@enphoque
@vanetarantino
@fortunecris
@fabiansolymar
@izugasti
@jlmarcano.photo
@jbarreto1974
@ponterf
@elestimulo
@imfpluss
@federicoparra
@sincepto
@rawlins
@ptpdocumental
@miketomadphoto
@christianveron

Venezuela:

It was about time I said my own words about what is happening in my country and my feelings about it. I am shocked, I am scared, I am heartbroken, I feel hopeless and I am so fucking angry. I cannot describe the impotence I feel seeing my people dying everyday that passes, fighting in the streets everyday, acting to see if they can finally accomplish something, I feel impotence because I see this everyday, and I know that I’m not there with them, I’m not standing and walking along the youth fighting for my future in my country, knowing that I am far away, and have been for many years, and that all the help that I’ve sent and everything that I’ve done, is not enough, will never compare to what my friends, family members and just my compatriots have been doing for months now. I have a constant knot in my throat that I just can’t get to swallow, my heart aches for my nation. Now let’s see, the government just staged the results of a popular national election, and my people, with all reason of course, feel deflated, they feel hopeless, so many are keeping from going back out there on the streets, and that’s where we become weak again. It doesn’t matter how many times other nation leaders complain to the government, it doesn’t matter if president Trump declares it a dictatorship like he did in North Korea and Syria, it won’t change anything if the biggest impact stops coming from the inside. I pray that my people keep fighting and that hopefully the death toll will decrease through time because every day more and more Venezuelans are dying, young and old, and I just can’t cope with that. And as for the rest of us, Venezuelan, Latin American, World Citizen, there’s not so much that we can do than just keep spreading the word, proving that the government is lying, is hiding the truth and censoring the ways. And please, please, pleaaaaseee, don’t be ignorant. Don’t think that nothing is wrong, that the government will feed the poor and just lessen the power of the rich, that they are making everyone equals, those are lies and no one should believe it, the Venezuelan government is headed by murderers and DRUG DEALERS, they don’t get enough money from robbing the entire nation, no, they are up to the neck in drug trafficking and the USA has proof, but as long as they are in Venezuelan territory there is nothing they can do, the Venezuelan government members and military could be faced with charges of drug trafficking, corruption, money laundering, repression, crimes of lesser humanity and so many more things that are so hard for someone outside of the country to understand. In many towns and cities, literal gangs which are linked to the police and military are the ones that control the people, and nobody does anything about it. So don’t think for a second that Venezuela is good, definitely not. And don’t you dare say that being the way to becoming a new Cuba is good, because honestly if you think that life and the system in Cuba works greatly, you are just a blind follower of fake empty based ideologies that are twisted in the worst of ways, and you should honestly be more educated on the topic. Socialism or communism in Latin America is not the way it is in your European countries, we have not had a single left wing government that hasn’t failed. Don’t be ignorant, don’t be disrespectful, and especially do not give baseless opinions if you do not know enough about our situation.

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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