Venezuela: Cuba-controlled government mob raids and violently attacks university student meetings

Via Notes from the Cuban Exile Quarter:

Maduro reaches out to students in Venezuela

Paramilitaries attack 2 student assemblies wounding 11 at the Central University of Venezuela

Today, university students gathered on Universidad Central de Venezuela (Central University of Venezuela) campuses in faculties of architecture and chemical engineering gathered in two assemblies to discuss the unfolding situation in Venezuela were physically assaulted by armed groups called “collectivos.” Ten students were injured and one member of the university staff. The armed gangs carried pipes and firearms. They attacked two student assemblies and went up to the eight floor to destroy a mural made by students that read in part: Liberty, Justice, Respect.

Carlos Benedito, merited 10 stitches after assault by groups in the Universities Architecture Faculty:

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One thought on “Venezuela: Cuba-controlled government mob raids and violently attacks university student meetings

  1. Young people fighting for freedom. Beaten. Wounded. Killed. By the government and its agents. And the left? Ignoring it or rationalizing it, if not justifying it. Why? Because the government is leftist. If it were right-wing, the left would be beyond apoplectic, beyond furious, beyond ballistic. Yes, this is par for the course, but it’s still grotesquely, obscenely and miserably hypocritical, immoral and perverse. It is utterly and irredeemably disreputable. Lord, the nausea.

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