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For background information, I am married to a Venezuelan and have been following the events that have occurred since at least 2016. Have a huge love for the food, culture and traditions with the Venezuelan people. My wife and I regularly mail food, medicine , clothing to her family still there. It’s a tragedy what has occurred and I wish all of Venezuela a prosperous future.

All the information presented was gathered from video/audio and pictures taken during the siege from both sides of the engagement.

This was my first time narrating a video like this

https://youtu.be/qXK65ZT-Oik

 

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You made this video? It's excellent. Maybe forward a copy to Frontline or ITV.

It's a very compelling story and the subject matter personalizes the conflict there.

Perez is clearly a person to sympathize with. A multi talented man who finds himself working for a corrupt system and tries to make change without becoming jaded or as nasty as those he fights. All too often a rebellion and its leadership becomes little better than those who used to be in charge.
 
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You made this video? It's excellent. Maybe forward a copy to Frontline or ITV.

It's a very compelling story and the subject matter personalizes the conflict there.

Perez is clearly a person to sympathize with. A multi talented man who finds himself working for a corrupt system and tries to make change without becoming jaded or as nasty as those he fights. All too often a rebellion and its leadership becomes little better than those who used to be in charge.
Thank you for the kind words, yes I made this video a few days ago and I’ll look into forwarding the video to them. I watched as this day unfolded and it was very sad day. I really want to spread his actions as I think we can learn a lot about that kind of character in the US.
 

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I feel sad for the 3rd world crapholes that were once a nice place until the commies/socialist took over. Just remember you can vote the commies in but you have to shoot them out.
No most these places were just crapholes regardless of who was in power. Dress them up in all any fancy revisionist clothes you can throw at them but it’s still lipstick on a pig.
 

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Venezuela sure wasn't a craphole. Nor was Chile. Nor was Rhodesia. Nor was South Africa. Nor was China in 1946. Nor was Cuba. Nor was South Vietnam. So far only Chile has escaped. For the time being, anyway.

What really happens in the cycle is that dictatorial kleptocrats take over, using promises of a Socialist Nirvana to fool the rubes.

And now they're openly trying that con game here.
 
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