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Old 04-10-2019, 07:59 AM
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Of course people garden there but a lot less in the cities compared to rural. Without modern machinery food production would be lower. Venezuela has oil fields and no diesel, strange. Likely lacking transportation to bring produce in to the cities.

Likely they have disarmed the farmers so anyone can take what someone else grows which can lead to other problems. Under such circumstances the armed police and military do not often go hungry. All of the above could possibly happen in the USA in the future. I certainly hope not.
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