Venezuelans drown while fleeing their hellish Castro colony

Fragments of Venezuelan boat

Another benchmark has been reached in the Cubanization of Venezuela.

There are now “balseros” (rafters / boat people) fleeing the island in flimsy vessels.

And some of them are dying out at sea.

Three cheers for this socialist Castronoid triumph!

Of course, Puppet Viceroy Nicolas Maduro attributes all such escape attempts to a “mafia” involved in smuggling and economic “sabotage.”

….and he claims that smugglers such as these four drowned Venezuelans are wrecking his Bolivarian socialist utopia.

Three cheers for the Venezuelans who have learned so much from the Castro Ministry of Truth, so superbly!

A plus, comrades. Summa Cum Laude!

Loosely and hurriedly translated from CubaNet:

Four Venezuelans died after the boat was shipwrecked with which they tried to reach the island of Curaçao.

The news was confirmed on Wednesday by local authorities and relatives of the victims.

The event occured after the Caribbean country adopted a travel and trade ban with the neighboring territory.

Last week, President Nicolás Maduro ordered the suspension of air and sea exchange with the islands of Curaçao, Bonaire and Aruba, to prevent the smuggling of Venezuelan products for what he has called “mafias”.

Some citizens hit by the crisis that affects Venezuela routinely travel to prosperous Curacao in search of work or basic products that are not available amid the recession in the country.

We have officially two women and two men dead.  In total there are four corpses we found in the morning by the beach, “Reginald Huggins, of the Curacao police, told local press.

“It was not a crime, in the sense that they were not killed, that is excluded from the investigation,” he added.

The boat broke apart before reaching Curaçao

The boat sailed from the west coast of Venezuela but it sank several kilometers before reaching Curaçao, said a relative of one of the passengers on board, who survived the accident.

“They got an immense wave and split the boat in two. In passing, he had excess passengers, “said the relative, who asked not to be identified.

The government of Curaçao criticized the travel ban and said the “unilateral closure of the border conflicts with the search for good neighborly relations.”

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Socialist Castronoid Triumph
Venezuelean National Guard clashes with citizens protesting against the severe food and medicine shortages, in Caracas, Venezuela, on June 8, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT