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  • asombra: That “general” in the back at left is really too ugly to appear in public. What a TARUGO.

  • asombra: One of the main factors that convinced my mother she HAD to get her kids out of Castro’s Cuba was her horrified...

  • asombra: Not a problem. The system doesn’t actually need real teachers; what it MUST have is politically reliable minions to...

  • asombra: It will work the way it always has without exception: the way Castro, Inc. thinks will best suit Castro, Inc. in terms of gain...

  • CarlosM2000: The article above is not completely correct. The way it will work is that the state will sell all of the assets (furniture,...

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A Sunday of protests in Venezuela as thousands confront the dictatorship installed by Cuba’s Castro regime

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Thousands upon thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets again yesterday to protest the tyranny and repression of the puppet dictatorship installed in their country by Cuba's apartheid Castro regime.

Once again, Marc Masferrer has another Storify compilation of Twitter photos from yesterday's protests in Venezuela:

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See more pictures HERE.

And for those who are victims of the mainstream news agencies' media blackout of the turmoil in Venezuela, here is a video that will help you get a better idea of what is really going on there:

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