Caracastan implosion update: Food riots turn deadly

Desperation is increasing as food runs out in the Castro colony of Caracastan, formerly known as Venezuela.

Rationing won’t solve this problem.  Neither will foreign aid.

And nothing will help the looters and rioters who are ending up dead, or their grieving families.

Nothing will begin to improve until the Bolivarian Revolution is scrapped and all the Chavistas and Castronoid “advisors” disappear.

And nothing will begin to improve in the Castro Kingdom until the Castro dynasty and its minions disappear.

Socialism at work

From Granma Euro-Lite (Reuters)

Venezuela lootings, food protests leave three dead in past week

A wave of lootings and food riots in crisis-hit Venezuela has left three people dead in the last week, authorities and a rights group said.

The state prosecutor’s office is investigating the deaths of a 21-year-old man in eastern Sucre state on Saturday, another 21-year-old man in the Caracas slum of Petare on Thursday, and a 42-year-old woman in the western state of Tachira last Monday.

All three were shot during chaotic protests and melees outside shops, which have become flashpoints for violence and looting amid scarcities of basics across the South American OPEC member country, according to local rights group Provea.

A policeman has been arrested over the Tachira death.

And a National Guard sergeant major was arrested for the shooting in Sucre, the prosecutor’s office said on Monday.

With basics such as flour and rice running short, crowds chanting “We want food!” are thronging supermarkets daily, presenting a major problem for the struggling leftist government of President Nicolas Maduro.

More than 10 incidents of looting are occurring daily, according to the Venezuelan Observatory of Violence, a local monitoring group.

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Vamos muy bien….requetebien

1 thought on “Caracastan implosion update: Food riots turn deadly”

  1. And this is a VERY rich country. But chavismo is not the problem, of course. There’s always some scapegoat, or several, no matter how patently bogus. Always.

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