Saying that Venezuela is on fire would be a mild description of what people are living all over the country, especially in some rural areas.
The State of Tachira, on the border with Colombia, is only one example of how violence has crawled up to people’s homes on a daily basis.
While teenagers and youngsters fight Maduro’s Army and U.S. sponsored terrorists on the street, some people haven’t had to leave their homes to experience the violence that has taken over the country.
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We got first hand testimony from residents from San Cristobal, in the State of Tachira, who are just too afraid to go out on the street because of the continuous repression from Maduro’s death squads.
Near his home, Daniel, a San Cristobal resident, witnessed in various occasions how army personnel dressed in black suits and masks left their headquarters in vans andThis post was originally published on this site