by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:
– ‘The Crisis Is Moving Relentlessly From Catastrophic To Unimaginable’
While numerous times over the last several years, All News Pipeline has warned that what has been happening to Venezuela should be looked at as a huge warning to America as the people of the failed socialist nation starved to death and ate their pets and zoo animals to survive, in this January 22nd story over at the Washington Post saved on archive titled “What Destroyed Venezuela’s Economy Could Destroy Ours Too”, we get the latest hint of danger ahead from a mainstream media source.
And while it appears that the economy under President Trump is zooming along with low unemployment numbers and continuing signs of growth, as Peter Schiff tells Infowars in the 1st video below as we see expanded upon within this story, the globalists are not beyond “blowing up the economy like a BOMB and leaving President Trump the fall guy”.
While this January 22nd story over at The Globe And Mail is titled “In Venezuela, Heaven Has Become Hell”, our previous argument that no socialist nation could ever be ‘heaven’ is bolstered by this sobering story over at News.com.au titled “We Loot Or We Die Of Hunger: Starving Venezuelans Steal, Kill, To Eat”.
As their story reports, there are people in Venezuela who are “so broke and hungry they swam to a fishing boat and raided it of its catch. The crisis in Venezuela is spiralling from dire, to worse.” There but for the Amazing Grace of God go we.
As their story also reports, while the world takes a tough stand against the leaders of Venezuela and sanctions are enacted, that has done nothing to help the Venezuelan people and amazingly, after having to resort to eating their pets and zoo animals for food, things are getting worse there. How much worse can they get? Their story also reports horses are being stolen and slaughtered for their meat. Can cannabism be far behind? From their sobering story:
Looters have ransacked trucks, supermarkets and liquor stores across the nation of 30 million people, which ranks as one of the most violent in the world.
Worsening food shortages and out-of-control inflation, have seen of looting, protests and pillaging escalate since the start of 2018, claiming the lives of at least seven people.
Venezuelans are so broke and hungry that on Margarita Island, a fishing boat returning with its catch of sardines was raided by a hungry mob who waded into the sea.
“They plundered a boat full of sardines,” a post accompanying a picture of the besieged boat on Twitter roughly translates to. It goes on to explain fishermen did not resist the aggressive, hungry and desperate horde of men, women and children.
Angry about empty supermarket shelves and soaring prices, some people are breaking into warehouses, ransacking food trucks and invading outlying farms.
“We either loot or we die of hunger,” one of the looters, Maryoli Corniele, told Diario la Verdad, a local newspaper, The Guardian reports.
In early December, thieves stole two horses from a vet school and slaughtered them for their meat. according to El Nacional.
When a truck carrying live chickens crashed on a highway in Aragua last week, looters stripped its cargo, according to Mexican newspaper Excelsior say
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