Venezuela: Tweeting the barricades #SOSVenezuela
Finally, a CNN reporter on the job,
— AnonymousBolivar (@WilliamsXtreme) February 25, 2014
“Since when does the National Guard wear white sneakers?”
— Richard (@RNCF2012) February 25, 2014
“A woman was brutally beaten by female operative of the People’s Guard in Valencia” The perpetrator was later identified as Josneidy Castillo.
— Boina Verde (@cesago) February 24, 2014
— Judith Alves 350 (@LocaLuzCaraball) February 25, 2014
— MAIPO GOLD (@goldtwittee) February 24, 2014
Marco Rubio’s speech on Cuba and Venezuela,
— Ricardo Ramírez. (@RicardoARM_) February 25, 2014
SOS Venezuela video:
El Carabobeño daily’s Flickr photos of the National Guard attacking civilians.
Alex Beech explains media indifference to Venezuela on her Facebook page.
Caracas Gringo: Maduro Must Resign Now! translates the following video,
Monica Showalter‘s Facebook page: Cuban troops instructing Venezuelan goons how to build barricades. Venezuela’s freedom fighters are up against the muscle of Castro
Also via Monica, an article from 2005, Hugo Chávez Enlists a Kennedy for Anti-U.S. Campaign
WSJ: Venezuela’s Maduro Faces Internal Criticism
Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro encountered the first criticism from within his ruling coalition when a state governor criticized the government’s crackdown on a growing student movement.
I don’t know, but when two such dissimilar political figures act the same way, something is afoot. Some crack in the facade is showing. Some weakness is being perceived and they both want to take advantage of it.
Victoria Henderson writing at PanAm Post, Chavismo Apologists: The Long Arm of the “Official” Story
Canadian Media Extends Olive Branch to Venezuelan Regime
There’s a women’s protest scheduled for tomorrow. There’s also an initiative to cancel the upcoming Carnival festivities,
— Nicolás Maburro (@Maburrito) February 25, 2014
Special thanks to my former classmate Doris for her Facebook posts.