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 Girls as Young as 14 Sell Sex to Escape "Socialist Hellhole Venezuela" (16)

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Girls as Young as 14 Sell Sex to Escape "Socialist Hellhole Venezuela"

Once considered the wealthiest country in Latin America, Venezuela has become a socialist hellhole where girls as young as 14 are selling their bodies in exchange for a few bucks a "service" and heterosexual men are prostituting themselves out on the gay sex market. These desperate souls are trying to escape the economic policies advocated here in United States by the Left's increasingly mainstream Bernie Sanders/Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wing. Malnourished girls and women are selling anything they can, including their bodies, breast milk, and hair, to survive.
"The reality of Venezuela is a far cry from the romanticized socialist utopia being sold here by liberal professors and echoed by far-left politicians."
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2 points

I wonder why the MSM doesn't report any of this? Doesn't meet the Socialistic/Communist narrative that they spout and they the MSM have to bury the truth about the Fake Utopia of Socialism !

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The American Democrat would love this. Now if only they could figure out how to force Straight American men to have gay sex.

Venezuela is the new Thailand for perverts of the Democrat Party.

Girls as Young as 14 Sell Sex to Escape "Socialist Hellhole Venezuela"

Is this the "socialist hell hole" where two thirds of the economy is capitalist?

You fucking liars have got some nerve. Every academic with credentials knows what happened to Venezuela, and it has nothing to do with the horror stories about socialism being thrown around by the political right. The Venezuelan economy was booming during the 1970s because of the oil industry and the government invested massively in social programs. This frightened the paranoid capitalists in Washington who conspired to crash the price of oil and ruin the country.

You fucking retards can't even make up your mind whether Venezuela is capitalist or socialist. Whenever anything good happens you claims it's capitalist and whenever anything bad happens you claims it's socialist.


What socialism? Private sector still dominates Venezuelan economy

outlaw60(14837) Disputed
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Stop crying you Socialist and deal with some facts !!!!!!

MAICAO/CUCUTA, Colombia (Reuters) - The desert wind whipping their faces, hundreds of Venezuelan migrants lugging heavy suitcases and overstuffed backpacks trudge along the road to the Colombian border town of Maicao beneath the blazing sun.

The broken line snakes back 8 miles (13 km) to the border crossing at Paraguachon, where more than a hundred Venezuelans wait in the heat outside the migration office.

Money changers sit at tables stacked with wads of Venezuelan currency, made nearly worthless by hyperinflation under President Nicolas Maduro’s socialist government.

The remote outpost on the arid La Guajira peninsula on Colombia’s Caribbean coast marks a frontline in Latin America’s worst humanitarian crisis.

The Venezuelans arrive hungry, thirsty and tired, often unsure where they will spend the night, but relieved to have escaped the calamitous situation in their homeland.

They are among more than half a million Venezuelans who have fled to Colombia, many illegally, hoping to escape grinding poverty, rising violence and shortages of food and medicine in their once-prosperous, oil exporting nation.

Check with Reuters on your confused State of Socialism !!!!!!!!!!!!!

3 points

deal with some facts !

You wouldn't recognise a fact if it smashed you in the face with a hammer. Your interpretation of a fact is something along the lines of: "Any statement which gives me ostensible cause to justify my own bigotry and ignorance to myself."

outlaw60(14837) Disputed
1 point

Pay attention to fact here Socialist if you can !!!!!!!!!

On a rainy Wednesday before Easter, hundreds of Venezuelan migrants shuffled into the brick-walled courtyard of the Divine Providence Shelter in the Colombian border town of Villa del Rosario, sat down at long, low wooden tables and waited patiently for lunch. A priest led mass before scores of church volunteers served up steaming bowls of rice, lentils and sausages. The migrants tucked in.

Many wore threadbare clothes. Their sunken cheeks and wiry limbs suggested this was the first decent meal in days. Children were barefoot. One man hobbled in on crutches, his right leg amputated below the knee. Another pushed an elderly woman in a wheelchair.

These are the weary, often desperate victims of the worst migration crisis in recent Latin American history. Some had arrived from Venezuela that morning, escaping food shortages, hyperinflation, a collapsing economy, disease and violence. Others had been in Colombia for days or weeks, looking for work, scavenging for food, sleeping in the streets and avoiding deportation.

While the eyes of the world have been on the Syrian refugee crisis and the exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar, Venezuela’s humanitarian disaster has gone relatively unnoticed.

But the sheer number of people now fleeing the country is changing that. The UNHCR says 5,000 migrants are leaving every day: at that rate, 1.8m people, more than 5 per cent of Venezuela’s population, will depart this year.

Venezuelans at a church-run dining facility in Cúcuta, Colombia © Reuters

The Red Cross and the UN launched appeals last month and the US Agency for International Development made a first donation to what is likely to become a larger relief fund. The implosion of Venezuela , which has been building for some time, is becoming an international disaster.

“This crisis in Venezuela, which is now spilling into the broader region, is man-made,” says Mark Green, head of USAID. He blamed the “delusional and inhumane policies” of the leftwing government of President Nicolás Maduro, which “exacerbated an avoidable humanitarian crisis”.

It was not always like this. For decades, Venezuela was a net importer of people, luring Europeans with lucrative oil jobs. A generation ago, it was the wealthiest country in Latin America.

Hey Dummy! Socialism has destroyed Venezuela !!!!!!!

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Girls as Young as 14 Sell Sex to Escape "Socialist Hellhole Venezuela"

Hello poochy boy:

People who BOUGHT and SOLD Children for SEX in Oklahoma City Ordered to Serve Combined 38 Years in Prison

Dude! Looks like red neck, right wing, Oklahoma is a HELLHOLE too!


Now, fetch this stick..


outlaw60(14837) Disputed
1 point

Now i need to show you for the FOOL you are SUPER STUPID !!!!

Your IGNORANCE calls for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A Global Report on Trafficking in Persons launched today by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) provides new information on a crime that shames us all.

Based on data gathered from 155 countries, it offers the first global assessment of the scope of human trafficking and what is being done to fight it. It includes: an overview of trafficking patterns; legal steps taken in response; and country-specific information on reported cases of trafficking in persons, victims, and prosecutions.

At the launch of the Report in New York, the Executive Director of UNODC, Antonio Maria Costa said that "many governments are still in denial. There is even neglect when it comes to either reporting on, or prosecuting cases of human trafficking". He pointed to the fact that while the number of convictions for human trafficking is increasing, two out of every five countries covered by the UNODC Report had not recorded a single conviction.

According to the Report, the most common form of human trafficking (79%) is sexual exploitation. The victims of sexual exploitation are predominantly women and girls. Surprisingly, in 30% of the countries which provided information on the gender of traffickers, women make up the largest proportion of traffickers. In some parts of the world, women trafficking women is the norm.

The second most common form of human trafficking is forced labour (18%), although this may be a misrepresentation because forced labour is less frequently detected and reported than trafficking for sexual exploitation.

Worldwide, almost 20% of all trafficking victims are children. However, in some parts of Africa and the Mekong region, children are the majority (up to 100% in parts of West Africa).

SUPER STUPID you are not very bright and you really NEED to PAY ATTENTION ! Do facts scare you Little Gurl Socialist ???????????

outlaw60(14837) Disputed
1 point

Hell let's have a bit more fun with BRAIN DEAD SOCIALIST !!!!!!

At any given time in 2016, an estimated 40.3 million people are in modern slavery, including 24.9 million in forced labour and 15.4 million in forced marriage.

It means there are 5.4 victims of modern slavery for every 1,000 people in the world.

1 in 4 victims of modern slavery are children.

Out of the 24.9 million people trapped in forced labour, 16 million people are exploited in the private sector such as domestic work, construction or agriculture; 4.8 million persons in forced sexual exploitation, and 4 million persons in forced labour imposed by state authorities.

Women and girls are disproportionately affected by forced labour, accounting for 99% of victims in the commercial sex industry, and 58% in other sectors.

SUPER STUPID can you deal with REALITY ????????????

outlaw60(14837) Disputed
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The Little Gurl needs to read and learn !

VENEZUELA 2017/2018

Venezuela remained in a state of emergency, repeatedly extended since January 2016. A National Constituent Assembly was elected without the participation of the opposition. The Attorney General was dismissed under irregular circumstances. Security forces continued to use excessive and undue force to disperse protests. Hundreds of people were arbitrarily detained. There were many reports of torture and other ill-treatment, including sexual violence against demonstrators. The judicial system continued to be used to silence dissidents, including using military jurisdiction to prosecute civilians. Human rights defenders were harassed, intimidated and subject to raids. Conditions of detention were extremely harsh. The food and health crises continued to worsen, especially affecting children, people with chronic illness and pregnant women. The number of Venezuelans seeking asylum in other countries increased.

Freedom of expression

The Office of the Special Rapporteur for freedom of expression of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) expressed concern about the closure of 50 radio stations by the National Telecommunications Commission. Other media outlets also faced the threat of closure, despite a 2015 ruling by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights declaring that such closures violated freedom of expression.

Anti-government protesters and some opposition leaders were accused by the government of being a threat to national security.

The government ordered the removal of some foreign news channels including CNN, RCN and CARACOL from national television cable operators. In September, journalists from the online news and research portal Armando.Info were threatened by unidentified actors for their investigations into cases of administrative corruption.

Is the Socialist CON going to oppose Amnesty International ?????????

1 point

From 1999, Venezuela was under the presidency of Hugo Chavez. He was hugely popular with the poor and working classes, and completely revolutionized the country's economy. He pumped in various amounts of government money into social welfare programs, and made astonishing progress: unemployment rate halved, income per capita more than doubled, the poverty rate fell by more than half, education improved, and infant mortality rates declined.

However, this was only possible because of two reasons: Chavez's charisma, and booming oil prices. Venezuela has the world's second largest oil reserves, and as such its economy is completely dependent on oil. When oil prices were high (as was during Chavez's presidency), all was going well.

However, when Maduro got power, the price of oil started plummeting. Now there was a problem: Venezuela had never used it's available wealth to develop any of it's other industries.

So as the prices of oil started going down, so did the capabilities of the state to support it's welfare schemes. Eventually, as the prices went down further, Venezuela started struggling to meet even it's basic capacities.

This has been further excaberated by the steps Maduro has taken due to his lack of charisma: He has little control over his administration and has placed milllitary officials in positions of power, so that they do not rise up against him.

The PDVSA (Petrolos dear Venezuela) that is Venezuela's state-run oil organization, is in shambles. It's leaders are millitary men, with no experience in the oil industry. A good example is General Manuel Quevedo, who currently is the head of the PDVSA (since November 2017), but has no experience in the oil industry.

( PDVSA has a dearth of workers, a high debt and the lowest production in almost seven decades. This has been further exacerbated by the inexperience of the top brass, which consists of mostly millitary officials.

Additionally, Quevedo in recent months has enacted a series of controversial measures that oil industry experts, PDVSA employees and contractors, and even everyday citizens say are pushing the once-profitable and respected company towards ruin.

The lack of expertise among military managers is leading PDVSA to hire outsiders to keep afloat even basic operations, like drilling and pumping oil. To the dismay of many familiar with Venezuela's oil industry, some of the contracts are going to small, little-known firms with no experience in the sector.

Recently, soldiers with AK-47s, under orders to prevent cheating on manifests, have started boarding tankers to accompany cargo inspectors, rattling foreign captains and crews.

All of these combined have led to destruction of the oil sector, which was one of the only pathways Venezuela had to normalcy. Things will only get worse. (

Because of falling oil prices in the global market and terrible administration, the common people have suffered drastically. As mentioned, girls as young as 14 are selling sex to make some money. People even stole zoo animals and ate them owing to lack of food (

To conclude, merely saying Venezuela is "socialist" and has because of only that gone into crisis. Many other have combined together to create this nationwide humanitarian crisis