Daniel at VN&V lays it on the line
At this point the neglect of the regime can only be qualified as of criminal, worthy of large scale human right violations and The Hague court. It is as such because the regime refuses to let any opening for anything, aware as they are that if they relinquish control over any item they risk to see everything tumble down fast. So if “el pueblo” suffers a secret Zika epidemic because there is no fumigation, there is no insect repellent, there is not even material to do mosquito netting, well too bad. I also read that HIV may be getting out of control since there has been a lack of protection for over a year, and lack of testing. This in addition to malaria and tuberculosis that made a come back BEFORE Chavez died.
Make no mistake: it is Chavez electorate that is suffering the most. And it is the one that lately seems to start heating up.
So you will excuse me if articles about gas hike in Venezuela or lack of tourists, even though it is the cheapest destination in the Western hemisphere, leave me cold.
I, for one, could not care less if my car gasoline refill is now 350 instead of 5.
In fact I do not give a shit about gas price.
I have real problems elsewhere. Let foreign journos that are into spectator sports take care of that.
Read the whole thing.