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    Blackout Chaos in Venezuela: Looting, Rotting Food, Scarcity of News, and Death

    Updated: March 12, 2019 at 12:43 pm EST  See Comments

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    This article was originally published by J. G. Martinez D. at The Organic Prepper

    I am devastated because of the news of these last few days. The reality is, the reason for the power grid country-wide failure is the corruption level of these last years. Our main electricity generation company is a state-owned one, and the budget for the maintenance was stolen.

    Plain and simple.

    The funds are now in some tax haven under the name of God knows whom.

    Now, start with the real topic: how to deal with the consequences.

    The blackout in Venezuela has no end in sight.

    This extremely extended blackout is going to stay a long time. I have been sent reports of people charging 1$ to charge your cellphone 10 minutes. Go figure. I have seen pictures of a 5 kg ice bag being sold at 10$. This is not going to last too long. The military is going to jail those abusing their ice production capacity…not for “justice” but to take it over, for themselves. This is too easy to predict. And that is why living in a large city once things start to become hairy, stinks.

    In Caracas, the capital, people are driving in the opposite direction in the highways, trying to locate a spot with cellphone signal to send messages via the internet. They are roaming desperately in the streets looking for drinking water, ice, medicines, or food.

    The country became a concentration camp, courtesy of uncles Hugo, Fidel, Raul Castro, and Diaz Canel. If someone out there believes that Cuba Island should not be freed, let me know the reasons. They are responsible for all of this mess. Just look at the history: they tried to invade Venezuela in 1963 and then again in 1967. Changing the tactics, they introduced

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