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I'm Venezuelan AMA
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Venezuela cubek 
I'm a Venezuelan still living in Venezuela, a country that is currently in one of the biggest economic crysis of human history with an inflation of more than 1.600.000% (not kidding it really is that big and it's getting bigger real fast). Btw, I say " still living in Venezuela" because there's an exodus of venezuelans leaving the country (and I'll join them soon) Btw2, it is so messed up that Peru actually blocked us from entering their country because there are more than 500.000 venezuelans already there. You can ask me anything, you can ask me about: Chávez, Maduro, Economy, crime, corruption, country's beauty, family, beliefs, food, you can ask me anything really if you care ofc. Anyway, it helps to get things out of my chest for a change. Looking forward to see your comments/questions/baits/etc
2018-10-31 04:37
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ZywOo | 
Colombia 7RU7H 
your country is being attacked by the deep state have fun eating mud and oil (not saying communism is any good but comon its obvious they are attacking your country xD) then the saviors (US) wil save you in exchange of your oil of course :D
2018-10-31 04:39
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Germany Bestgerman69 
Sounds like it's all planned by Mr freedom from the beginning
2018-10-31 04:59
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ZywOo | 
Colombia 7RU7H 
i live in a poor country, i know people in this country are dumber than 99% of humanity but i know as well that the leaders in this country are western puppets and nobody cant do anything about it, if they (these puppets) try something (to say fuck to westerns for example) there will be civil war ( generated by the west) and they will be replaced by another puppet ! but i know the strongest is always right so western will always win thats how life is !
2018-10-31 05:02
#17
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Germany Bestgerman69 
Time to move out bro u realized the harsh truth
2018-10-31 05:06
#18
ZywOo | 
Colombia 7RU7H 
haha think its easy to move out ? xD lul You have no idea how hard it is for decent people/educated (like me/my family) to move out while your western countries accept dumb idiots migrants with 0 IQ and 0 education and even give them welfare...
2018-10-31 05:08
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Germany Bestgerman69 
Never said it's easy, neither it was easy for all those immigrants to come into Europe. They also don't have wealth here lol, it's enough to buy cheap clothes and food.
2018-10-31 05:22
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ZywOo | 
Colombia 7RU7H 
yeah but they arent bringing anything to you, they wont change their culture for you, they will create ghettos in your well clean beautiful countries, piss everywhere, harass people... its so stupid to let these people come... they will try to impose you their shitty way of life...
2018-10-31 05:26
#3
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Brazil Noice_boyzZ 
I'm sorry for what happened to ur country. Really hope someone intervenes in Venezuela and kill that fucker Maduro. We need to eradicate socialism/communism from SA.
2018-10-31 04:41
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Brazil mrschagas 
We need to eradicate communism/fascism/neonazism from SA.
2018-10-31 04:44
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ZywOo | 
Colombia 7RU7H 
you are the same as africa for the west, the west puts the leaders they want so they can steal your countries xD You wont eradicate shit LUL
2018-10-31 04:46
#4
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Mexico Ch4vez 
What about my brother Chávez????????????????????????????? good president tbh
2018-10-31 04:43
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United States inflict 
where do u plan on moving to?
2018-10-31 04:45
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
Since Peru is with the borders closed to Venezuelans, most likely Brazil. And Brazil will not close its borders. In fact, the federal government is actually relocating this Venezuelans who come into the country, putting them in planes and distributing them throughout the country, giving them a place to live while paying a small amount as rent. I can't say I agree 100% but I also hate what communism has done to that country and its people are victim of this stupid regime so I'm over two minds about this.
2018-10-31 05:25
can i fuck girl with a bag of rice?
2018-10-31 04:45
that's fucking disgusting
2018-10-31 04:47
i also don't like rice
2018-10-31 06:21
why? its a bag of rice must worth a bag of gold there.
2018-10-31 08:52
what do you think about Bolsonaro trying to start a war with your country? Is there any kind of censorship in Venezuela?
2018-10-31 04:47
"" Is there any kind of censorship in Venezuela? "" in which hole do you live in?
2018-10-31 04:48
#24
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
???? Bolsonaro trying to start a war?? Dude please. I might get banned for this but here we go, I can't express myself properly in English about this. Bolsonaro querendo iniciar guerra? Cara que tipo de coisa vc tá lendo/ouvindo/assistindo? Globo? FOLHA DE SP?? Pelo amor de deus cara, Bolsonaro disse ontem mesmo na entrevista que deu pro Jornal Nacional que não vai tomar ação militar contra a Venezuela ou qualquer outro país, uma vez que o Brasil gosta de manter as relações com outros países pacíficas, e que também o Brasil não tem uma tradição de fazer intervenções militares em outros países, como é o caso dos EUA por exemplo. Tenho certeza que o Bolsonaro vai tentar intervir na Venezuela mas tem outros jeitos. Ele mesmo falou por exemplo, que a Venezuela não deveria fazer parte do MERCOSUL, então ele pode começar por aí, o Brasil é a segunda maior economia do continente americano e a maior da américa latina, temos todas condições de remover a Venezuela do MERCOSUL com a ajuda da Argentina, cujo presidente também é da ideologia de Bolsonaro e com ctz vai apoiar isso. Só não se iluda mais achando que o Bolsonaro vai começar uma guerra com a Venezuela por que isso aí tá fora de cogitação. Se alguém for começar guerra com a Venezuela esse alguém vai ser o Trump e eu tenho certeza que o Brasil ficaria neutro nisso.
2018-10-31 05:31
I might get banned for this but here we go, I can't express myself properly in English about this. "O [Nicolás] Maduro não vai vir para a posse no dia 1º. E o general Mourão já falou. A próxima operação de paz do Brasil será na Venezuela. Vamos libertar os nossos irmãos da fome e do socialismo. A melhor solução para a crise migratória que nós tivemos é a saída de Maduro do poder", diz o deputado Eduardo Bolsonaro durante ato na avenida Paulista. "A gente vai dar uma lição nesse narcoditador" maybe he and his son has changed their minds, but this is the initial statement
2018-10-31 06:09
did you starve at least once?
2018-10-31 04:48
Was Maduro's election rigged? Left-wing candidates in Brazil endorse Maduro saying you guys are on a democracy and we should respect it since there was an election and people voted for it. Then we try to show people fleeing apart for everywhere but we got labeled as fascists for pointing it out and voting against candidates with the same ideology as maduro.
2018-10-31 04:54
as far as i heard, Psol and even Jean Willys started to criticize Maduro after 2018 elections
2018-10-31 06:22
#16
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Panama Cyain10 
Where are you going to go?
2018-10-31 05:06
#19
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
Did you like that Bolsonaro got elected president of Brazil? And he, as well as Argentina's Macri and Chile's Piñera, is extremely against Maduro's regime there? I know Brazil won't take military action against Venezuela, even if Bolsonaro gets Trump support (which he will) because Brazil, in Bolsonaro's own words the night he got elected, "likes to keep its democratic relations peaceful with other countries and has no history of taking military action against other nations". But would you like that he, somehow, tried to solve this crisis in Venezuela? I think it's something that deeply concerns us Brazilians since as you mentioned, there's an exodus of Venezuelans leaving the country and their main destination is Brazil, and once again, I don't think Bolsonaro will close Brazil's borders to Venezuelans since it's not known to have done that before and that would affect relations with other countries as well as with Venezuela. My question here being: What do you think of Brazil electing a real right-wing president for the first time since the military government ended in 1989 and would you like that he tried to do something to end Maduro's dictatorship in Venezuela? Thank you for your answer and I wish you and the people of Venezuela the best and that this nightmare called communism leaves your country soon. Our prayers are with our Venezuelan brothers!
2018-10-31 05:21
Is it really the leaders or the people that are the problem in bad places and bad countries. In America we probably have one of the best presidents in our history but what can he do about all the killings every day in Chicago or Detroit. The government did not give them guns and tell them to go kill people. Nobody can force bad areas to stay in school and get a job.
2018-10-31 06:26
how do you get food? are you bartering or what?
2018-10-31 05:26
How much you weight broda?
2018-10-31 06:16
are the elections true? i know jimmy carter followed up close some elections and said it was legit
2018-10-31 06:19
I heard your gas price was like 13 cents a gallon. That's pretty cheap. Why does the government not sell the oil to other countries?
2018-10-31 06:21
would you say Venezuela is a socialist/communist dictatorship state? or maybe it's just a really terrible left wing government?
2018-10-31 06:24
how was your day?
2018-10-31 06:25
What did your government do to make all the people leave? Is he shutting down places where people can get jobs? The leader of a country really can't just make jobs out of thin air, Hitler did it somehow but that's a different story. I will answer my own question to you. Pretty sure maybe you pissed off big oil. They don't want people knowing that your gas is 13 cents per gallon, makes them look bad. It's almost 3 dollars per gallon here. Of course they are in the pockets of many politicians and the media. Don't mess with big oil. In America the corporations pretty much control the government. Easy to buy votes for something when you make 10 billion a year. I think that's why there is a huge push against Trump from all media and basically everything. He's also rich so harder to buy him off.
2018-10-31 06:34
I want to say that it's terrible what has happened to your country. It looks like such a beautiful place from the pictures I have seen. I would love to visit it someday before I die so I hope someday it will be safe to visit. I've spent a lot of time in Peru and Colombia for my business and met a lot of people from Venezuela. The ones I've met have been hard working people who are very friendly. I feel terrible for what has happened to your country and being from U.S.A. it's hard for us to comprehend. I want to ask what is your plan? Are you planning on leaving and is it difficult to leave the country right now? Since inflation is so bad how do you get food/water ect?
2018-10-31 06:33
Sounds like you could take 10k cash down there and live like a king. Their money is worthless now. I saw vids of them just tossing it in the trash. They are not the only country like this and that's the scary thing. A few countries just weigh the paper money because it's pretty much trash. Who would think printing paper and saying it's worth this or that would ever come to an end. Sadly America is the king of money printing. I see the next great depression coming very soon. IF you see the stock market crash it's happening then history repeats itself. WW III will be next.
2018-10-31 06:38
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