When someone asks me why I like pizza.
Is it just me or you don’t really realise how drunk you are until you are in a bathroom alone???
Pero qué impotencia tan arrecha! La población violentada tanto físicamente como en sus derechos. Ocurren protestas, enfrentamientos y disturbios mientras los medios televisivos pintan un País de las Maravillas en las pantallas. EL GOBIERNO MIENTE, ENGAÑA Y DISTORSIONA.Han sido más los muertos por la inseguridad que ellos permitieron , que los heridos y caídos por la violencia causada en las manifestaciones y que de paso ellos mismos han provocado.
Defiende tus derechos ! Tienes derecho a saber y estar informado!
Social Media in Venezuela.
sorry about the spam guys , but I can not ignore the fact that my country is about to go on civil war ! I can not shut up to that!
OUR SOLDIERS ARE KILLING US ! THE GOVERNMENT IS SENDING THEIR ARMED GANGS TO SHOOT US DOWN ! THEY HAVE SENSORED ALL MEDIA IN THE COUNTRY! EVEN SHUT DOWN A CABLE CHANNEL FOR BROADCAST THE SITUATION IN THE COUNTRY! WE HAVE NO WEAPONS NOT ANYTHING BUT OUR RIGHT TO PROTEST AGAINST THIS CORRUPT GOVERNMENT! WE ARE JUST STUDENTS FIGHTING FOR OUR FREEDOM! FOR OUR COUNTRY! SOCIAL NETWORKS ARE OUR ONLY COMMUNICATION WAY!
I KNOW I’M NOT A TUMBLR FAMOUS , BUT I REALLY APPRECIATE MY FOLLOWERS , COULD YOU GUYS HELP SPREAD THE WORD? WE NEED ALL THE HELP POSSIBLE!
"If there is no justice for the people, there shan’t be peace for the government!"
14 febrero en Venezuela.
"The love for our Venezuela is bigger than our differences, JOIN THE FIGHT!"
Here in Venezuela, we hold our breaths and hide our phones every time a guy on a motorbike passes by our car/side.
Here in Venezuela, we don’t choose our phones based on personal preference, we choose them based on which one would be less attractive to muggers.
Here in Venezuela, we can’t go out after 7pm, without being afraid about getting kidnapped.
Here in Venezuela, we’d rather stay at a party until 6am, not because it is more fun, but because it is safer.
Here in Venezuela, it is a basic requirement to have dark windows in your car, if not a bullet-proof one.
Here in Venezuela, we have to stand in a line for hours just to buy a carton of milk, or a packet of toilet paper.
Here in Venezuela, a truck driver was left agonizing for 2 hours until he died, with people climbing and stepping all over him, just to get to the chicken supply he was carrying on the truck.
Here in Venezuela, we have to wait in a ridiculously long line for oil and gas for our cars, even though we have the largest oil reserves in the world.
Here in Venezuela, the inflation rate is of 53%, when in a regular country, it is around 2%.
Here in Venezuela, the police attack the people they swore to protect.
Here in Venezuela, social media gets censored, so people don’t know what’s going on.
Here in Venezuela, reporters get attacked, to the extent that they have to leave, bathed in urine which got thrown at them and with their cameras broken.
Here in Venezuela, members of parliament aren’t allowed to speak unless they accept our president, and get attacked so badly that they have to be rushed to the hospital.
Here in Venezuela, we have a president who was a bus driver with no education and doesn’t even know the states and capitals of our country.
Here in Venezuela, our rights are ignored.
So tell me,
Don’t we deserve to protest?
Not only we actually do have to stand in line for hours to get the most basic items, but we also have to do several lines, in different grocery stores, many days a week. This is due to the fact that we cannot always find such products (milk, butter, toilet paper, napkins, eggs, and so on…)
Also, while protesting for all of this, students and general civilians are being attacked by the armed forces under commands of the presidency. Not only on the streets, but inside churches, hospitals and even inside the houses of those who have been kind enough to let students in for protection.
Our country has been divided, brothers against brothers, mothers are losing their children, people in general are losing their lives both in hands of the criminals and the police who swore to protect them.
Help us spread the word, Venezuela needs you.
On the streets: students die on the hands of the armed forces because they were peacefully protesting against insecurity in our country, Venezuela.
On TV: either the media does not show anything of what’s been going on due to the oppression of the government, or they just repeat what the government tells them to say (that the opposition leaders are manipulating students into being violent and are letting them get killed in order to blame the government for it) or the government simply shuts down the channels who decided to stand up and pay tribute to their profession and show the truth (an example of this was the Colombian TV Channel NTN24, which was shut down by CONATEL -National Telecommunications Commission- and can no longer be broadcast in our country, because they were the only ones showing real time images of what was happening on the streets)
Please, help us spread the word, since national media won’t even let us do that within our own country. Venezuela needs your help!
What’s going on in Venezuela, for English Speakers.
Please, help us spread the word about what’s happening in our country, we need the world to know, help us fight against this government that’s treating us, students, as criminals, with nothing but violence, and still chooses to treat criminals with “dialogue” or just as pals, pretending as if nothing happens.
Help us reach what our fallen heroes died fighting for: freedom!
Hermanos del mundo se nos unen, eso es gratificante; sabemos que no estamos solos en esta batalla contra el gobierno.
Gracias por ayudarnos a difundir lo que realmente pasa en Venezuela. No contamos con los canales de tv, ni periódicos para que cuenten nuestra verdad. ¡ESTA ES NUESTRA VERDAD!
Brothers of the world join us, that’s gratifying, we know we are not alone in this battle against the government.
Thanks for helping to spread what is really happening in Venezuela. We have no TV channels or newspapers to tell our truth.THIS IS OUR TRUTH!
Irmãos do mundo se juntar a nós, isso é gratificante, sabemos que não estamos sozinhos nesta batalha contra o governo.
Obrigado por ajudar a espalhar o que realmente está acontecendo na Venezuela. Não temos canais de televisão ou jornais para contar a nossa verdade. ESTA É A NOSSA VERDADE!
Fratelli del mondo uniscono a noi, questo è gratificante, sappiamo che non siamo soli in questa battaglia contro il governo.
Grazie per aver contribuito a diffondere ciò che sta realmente accadendo in Venezuela. Non abbiamo canali TV o giornali per raccontare la nostra verità. QUESTA È LA NOSTRA VERITA ‘!
Anh em trên thế giới tham gia với chúng tôi, đó là hài lòng, chúng tôi biết chúng tôi không đơn độc trong cuộc chiến chống lại chính phủ.
Nhờ giúp đỡ để lây lan những gì đang thực sự xảy ra tại Venezuela. Chúng tôi không có các kênh truyền hình hay báo chí để nói sự thật của chúng tôi. ĐÂY LÀ SỰ THẬT CỦA CHÚNG TÔI!
My Venezuelan friends are reporting the following:
Students are being killed
Yes you read it right, students like yourself are being killed in Venezuela, a country in south America.
This is no fiction, it is not part of a dystopian YA novel, is real life. They are being killed by their own government, they live in a DICTATORSHIP.
You read The Hunger Games? You read novels about repressive regimes, imagine to live that for real. That is what Venezuelan students and population is living.
You felt the terror of the characters of the Harry Potter novels against the treat of the Dark Lord, That is the terror and fear that Venezuelans feels because of the repression and the armed gangs that kill people on the streets.
For a couple of days the Venezuelan students supported by the general population has being on the streets protesting against the dictatorship, the censorship of the communication media (tv, radio, news papers, even the internet), and for the lack of FOOD. Simply there is no food on the stores or in the supermarket. You can not buy (even if you have the money) you can not buy milk, oil, sugar, meat, flour, etc., because there is not any of that in the whole country.
Please take a second and within your fandom and friends raise awareness of the life and death of the Venezuelans, trapped for real in the nightmare of a dystopian reality that is trying to expand itself to another countries, even maybe yours.