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#1 Cinaruco

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1219 PM

So Venezuela, if you have seen the news then you know how awful the situation going on here, then it should not be dificult to find. We are entering into hyperinflation, a level of corruption that surpasses even Nigerian Princes, and now street violence. Yesterday I was in downtown Caracas with a protest of around 500-1000 people, a little sub mass of the larger manifestation up street. I saw the men that shot at us, there were about three dozen of them riding in their motorbikes chanting their hatred toward us. Nothing new here. Three maybe four firearms discharged, at almost fifty meters, only one hit, not only pussies, but pussies that can't shoot. Then, it was over quickly. A student was shot in the chest not ten meters from me, not the first time it has happened either, we managed to get him safely off,carry him into a corner that was defiladed  from the main street. We managed to stop the bleeding long enough to get him to an "ambulance" a Toyota and a good Venezuelan, because we are so evil the government has ordered even basic services to ignore us, unless they are from some local branch loyal to the opposition. They shot at us in front of a squad of Venezuelan National Police, and those motherfucking serpents in red did nothing to stop it.

 

What saddens me of all of this is that one of the men who assisted the wounded was killed in a separate act of violence. A good, brave young man killed by the scum of any society. I hate them, all of them.

 

The day before that, we got into some hand to hand with some of them, even they were armed, but we outnumbered them and their Beretta could not kill us all. So they used their cellphone, and the political police (yes, that is something that exist here) appeared within seconds.

 

Days like these I wish we had a 2nd amendment, so we can shoot it out with the bastards, the bastards, for the last time.

 

I am tired of doing hour long lines to buy some TP and milk and cooking oil.

 

Fucking cowards, mongrel blooded assholes.

 

I envy the Syrians some times, their military had backbone enough to defend and arm some of their citizens.


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1225 PM

Coming soon to a United States near you . . .

 

Cuidate, amigo.  Tengo orgullo que luchas para tu pais y la libertad.


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1225 PM

bonne chance

stay safe



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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1241 PM

Parece duro y desalmado que diga algo como esto... pero la sangre que derramen ahora es sangre que le ahorran a sus hijos y nietos. Peleen antes de que los capen como a nosotros.

 

Saying this would appear cold and heartless... but the blood you spill now is blood that you spare your children and grandchildren. Fight now before they neuter you like they neutered us.


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1342 PM

https://twitter.com/EscualidoReload

 

The account of the kid shot so unjustly yesterday. Brave man, his sacrifice will not be in vain. He live tweeted his death.


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1351 PM

I'm going through his feed.  Shocking.  He really was brave.

 

This one especially:

"hoy me pegaron una pedrada en la espalda, un cascazo por la nariz, trague bomba lacrimogena, cargue al chamo que fallecio, y tu que hiciste?"
 

"Today they hit me in the back with a rock, a bloody nose, swallowed tear gas, and carried a kid that passed away, and you, what did you do?"


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1403 PM

Yes, he was. I took a shield bash from an NG yesterday in the middle of it all, not before I decked one of them who tried to jump me alone (if you are Caucasian, they think you are weak). He had full body armor with ballistic protection, but no firearms, he grabbed me so I could face him, he insulted me, he had too much gear on, too heavy, I pushed him by the chest plate, and smashed an open hand to unbalance him, by the time he was decked one of his buddies shield bashed me hard, a squad of them, he missed the knee joints luckily, and a small horde of protestors came to my aid, tear gas and rocks (and worse) were exchanged. My hands hurt horribly, but his pride must have hurt even more. That's a victory for me.

 

The point I'm trying to make is that that was nothing, not compared to the bravery of some, like the people that came to aid me, like that boy.


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1747 PM

Try and stay safe. I hope I'd have courage you do but I hope I never have to find out.


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 1930 PM

 

I was about a hundred meters into the crowd. Bastards, and if I haven't said it before, ill-born mongrel cowards.


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 2158 PM

Opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez just told the Government to suck all of our combined dicks.


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 2222 PM

Opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez just told the Government to suck all of our combined dicks.

What if he's a closet homosexual?  Even if he doesn't offer to take up the challenge, he might not see it as the insult that was intended.   :P

 

On a related note, quite a few Major League Baseball players from Venezuela openly support the current government as well as the late Hugo Chavez.  I'm having a difficult time understanding that.  Magglio Ordonez, former player for the Detroit Tigers openly supported Chavez and stated that the best of the revolution was yet to come.  Currently he has retired from baseball and entered Venezuelan politics with the socialist party.  Miguel Cabrera, current player for the Detroit Tigers and multiple winner of MVP awards, spoke about state dinners with Chavez and going hunting with him, lamented his passing while admonishing the people of Venezuela to stand united for the sake of the people's revolution.

 

Just as mindless as the Hollyweird crowd that earn huge sums of capitalistic money while denigrating the system that allowed for those riches.


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 0035 AM

The good thing, what gives me hope, is that you venezuelans still have unity, still stick for each other, still trust each other, still help each other when push comes to shove. The triumph of totalitarianism only comes when individuals are isolated, and you cant trust anybody because anybody could let you down or be a snitch or a spy, nobody's gonna come to save you from a mob of cowards.


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 0323 AM

Venezuela car industry slips into idle

http://www.usatoday....dustry/5433735/


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 0723 AM

Look after yourself .
Revolutions are not pleasant things.
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Posted 14 February 2014 - 0853 AM

Look after yourself .
Revolutions are not pleasant things.

 

+1

 

I admire your resolve, Andrés, but be careful.

 

After all, I'll be needing some tips in not too long a time...


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 1223 PM

 

Opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez just told the Government to suck all of our combined dicks.

What if he's a closet homosexual?  Even if he doesn't offer to take up the challenge, he might not see it as the insult that was intended.   :P

 

On a related note, quite a few Major League Baseball players from Venezuela openly support the current government as well as the late Hugo Chavez.  I'm having a difficult time understanding that.  Magglio Ordonez, former player for the Detroit Tigers openly supported Chavez and stated that the best of the revolution was yet to come.  Currently he has retired from baseball and entered Venezuelan politics with the socialist party.  Miguel Cabrera, current player for the Detroit Tigers and multiple winner of MVP awards, spoke about state dinners with Chavez and going hunting with him, lamented his passing while admonishing the people of Venezuela to stand united for the sake of the people's revolution.

 

Just as mindless as the Hollyweird crowd that earn huge sums of capitalistic money while denigrating the system that allowed for those riches.

 

Magglio owns half the construction firms in East Venezuela, together with Chavista Tarek el-Aisami, which probably nets him as much as his MLB slot. As for Cabrera, he doesn't really care because he is a full immigrant, he's tried to stay apart, because they made the big dream of playing in the majors. Hollyweird types indeed. 


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 1243 PM

Cuidate Primo. Piedras contra balas no es buena táctica.

 

Estoy orgulloso de ti.


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 1300 PM

Another cousin of mine was 5 meters from the kid killed in Chacao.

 

Freaking insane.

 

Total media blackout.

 

The most amazing part has been the bizarre coverage in international press. 2014 has not been a good year for me so far.


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 1314 PM

Another cousin of mine was 5 meters from the kid killed in Chacao.

 

Freaking insane.

 

Total media blackout.

 

The most amazing part has been the bizarre coverage in international press. 2014 has not been a good year for me so far.

Total blackout in Venezuela?  Because, as you know, it is totally off the radar outside of Venezuela.


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 1357 PM

Yes. Total blackout in Venezuela. Twitter has been the main source of info.


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