159d
4 days national blackout, It was a total chamos, Maduro is saying It was an electromagnétic attack from the US, they always blame the opposition for their mistakes
  153d
Maduro is a dictator, Venezuela's government lies, no matter when you read this, remember, THEY LIE
  153d
We MUST not allow this to go un-answered in our own backyard. We must act.
  153d
Can I help by selling Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies in Venezuela ... or am I going to be seen as trying to profit from the devastation.

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  109d
  68d
I have been in Venezuela here for 45 days, the value of 1 USD in bolivar has inflated from 5500 to 6200 during that time and people are selling mangoes on the streets for 10-20 cents per kilo.
  68d
People here have certainly enough to eat and there is no intervention from the outside necessary at all!!! People get a free food basket each month in addition to a monthly free basic income.
  68d
People do not have to work at all but they get all kinds of services for free like: Metro, Gas, Electricity, Housing and even Food!
  68d
Of course there are poor people and homeless people like everyhwere in the world, at least the homeless people here are working and not hanging around drunk on the street wasting time.
  68d
I find the situation in Venezuela absolutely ok, I have traveled 10 different countries worldwide, I have seen chaos in Italy, Greece, Germany, USA, Thailand... they are all fucked up!
  39d
Venezuela is not only OK it is the best place I have ever lived! Mining is legal and supported by the government! Electricity is free and rent is cheap! Government charges 1-3% tax that's it!
  39d
In addition to that mining opportunity they protect their society with strong military presence against the CIA agents which usually cause so much trouble all around the world. I feel safe here!
  39d
Best way to promote #bitcoin is to enter the metro and start a talk about it, everyone is listening here, people are so open minded and really like to communicate! Collaboration is their power!
  39d
Yesterday I went to the biggest shopping street, many people are selling #gold on the streets, I told each one of them that gold is outdated and that #bitcoins are the new gold. Communication!!!
  14d
We dont receive a food basket where I live because we dont support government, so dont talk about what you dont know, that basket is only for the people who supports Maduro, so i
  14d
So if you dont support communist you dont deserve that food that is paid with taxes? please man, people has enough money for having an unhealthy diet, and the food that they give in that basket
  14d
is low quality food, and it only last for 1 week, if you say something against the government in the street, you get jailed, so what paradise are you talking about, bro? you dont know nothing.
  12d
Trump announces embargo for Venezuela, looks like hard times are coming for our people, Maduro will be okay but we'll suffer
  8d
I can stop hearing helicopters all day, looks like Maduro is preparing for the U.S military intervention
  7d
I won't stop saying it, Maduro destroyed venezuelan economy, thats the reason why now Venezuelans are emigrating all over the world, everyone working for not letting their families fue from hungr
  7d
Every venezuelan who has emigrated is trying to help their parents sending money from outside for eating, Maduro's food basket only last for 1 week, why do you think everyone's is leaving here?
  7d
So stop saying bullshit about Venezuela's socialism is the best, most of my family and friends has emigrated because is really hard to survive, someday I will leave too, yo don't know how hard is
  6d
As an outsider, it is SO hard to know whom to trust on issues like this. Either side (or both) could be lying through their teeth. I know whom I believe must be telling the truth though (Alberto)
  6d
The large picture though, is rather simple. Socialism ends up making people dependent on the state, and makes the state big and fat. It invites all kinds of abuse. Like "no food basket for you"
  6d
This makes people subservient to the state (and therefore its leaders). So even if I did not believe Alberto here, this is the natural way a country like Venezuela would be going over time
  6d
I could go on and on about socialism, but I believe those who want to believe already believe, those who don't will choose not to believe. On both sides many people act like religious zealots