Saturday, May 27, 2017

This is How Bad Things are Getting in the Socialist Paradise of Venezuela

There are no ambulances in Venezuela to take injured protesters to hospitals.

As reported by Hannah Dreier the AP correspondent in the country.

Reuters gets it:
Complex currency controls, enacted first in 2003 in order to prevent capital flight, are thought by many to be behind Venezuela's economic crisis, which has left millions suffering food and medicine shortages.
That and crazed central bank money printing which prompted the misguided controls in the first place.


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