Thursday, September 01, 2016

“Better to Fight Police, than Each Other”: Ultra-Violent Venezuelan Gangs Ignore Maduro Crackdown

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 Chicago?

Or the mean streets of Reykjavik?

"Why is Violent Crime so Rare in Iceland?"


Anonymous said...

That the question would even have to be asked about Iceland. That it would even have to be asked. We all know the answer, don't we!!!

Anonymous said...

Or why do the students in Iceland or Finland do so well as compared to American students? We all the answer to that too, don't we!!!

Anonymous said...

All gangs in any of the Spanish speaking countries are ultra-violent. By any measure. Hell, any of the Spanish speaking gangs in America are ultra-violent. That is the basic nature of the people.