Venezuela was the wealthiest country in South America.
Until a man promised a 'free' alternative.
Seized 1,000+ companies.
Now power and water are off.
Democracy replaced by dictatorship.
One word: socialism. pic.twitter.com/7hrtVlVk8s
— Darren Grimes (@darrengrimes_) December 4, 2019
Sono immagini forti, ma non possiamo voltarci dall'altra parte. Ecco l'ennesima violazione dei diritti umani in #Venezuela. Questo è il trattamento che ricevono i detenuti oppositori del regime di #Maduro. È ora di fermarlo, senza se e senza ma.#VenezuelaLibre pic.twitter.com/REBw2GbkDS
— Antonio Tajani (@Antonio_Tajani) October 1, 2019
UPDATE: This story gives no clear indication that these are political prisoners. There is no indication of what kind of prisoners they are at all as far as I can see.
"We want as our principle objective a peaceful transfer of power," but "all options are on the table," White House national security adviser John Bolton says when asked if the U.S. is prepared to use the military option to support Juan Guiado in Venezuela. https://t.co/V9dPDF2Jyo pic.twitter.com/heKyAu3S7z
— ABC News (@ABC) April 30, 2019
One question I wish I had asked at the time. If Maduro loves communism so much why is he planning on going to Spain? Why not Cuba?
— Sotiri Dimpinoudis (@sotiridi) February 23, 2019
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