US Manufacturing Crisis in Venezuela


Venezuelans Calmly Helped One Another During Manufactured Electricity Crisis
by Eva Bartlett

On March 31, I spent over an hour with a Venezuelan journalist, Ricardo González [https://twitter.com/RicardoGZK], talking with people who had come to Waraira Repano mountainside to collect clean spring water.In spite of the media hype that Venezuela is in a state of crisis, you can see people calmly waiting for their opportunity to fill up water jugs, kids wading in the water, people joking, also people frustrated as to be expected under such exhausting circumstances.You can also hear a variety of opinions here. It’s interesting that those who spoke in a pro-government stance seem to be politically aware of US machinations against Venezuela, which is something I’ve encountered among many of the poorest I’ve been meeting in my last few weeks here, moving around Caracas’ poorest areas.

See my latest: US is manufacturing a crisis in Venezuela so that there is chaos and ‘needed’ intervention

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