By Reader-Researcher RC
"Amid threats of violence, opponents of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro flooded the streets of Caracas today (2 million strong) in a major test of their strength and the government's ability to tolerate growing dissent. However, for a nation that is forced to slaughter stallions for meat, line up for toilet paper, and dying from lack of simple medicines, Reuters reports that there is another destabilizing factor - ultra-violent street gangs are thriving... 'It's better to work together than be enemies. It's better to make war with the police than with each other.'"
"Ultra-Violent Venezuelan Gangs Ignore Maduro Crackdown: 'Better to Fight Police, Than Each Other.'"
Is ZeroHedge speaking of Venezuela?
Or the mean streets of Reykjavik?
"Why is Violent Crime so Rare in Iceland?"