The heartbreaking new stories coming to us from the country of Venezuela tell us that people are now hunting down cats, dogs and pigeons in the streets in attempting to find a way to survive. As food runs out, pets become sustenance as all hell breaks out across the failed nation as seen in the 1st video below. Showing us what's now happening not too far from America we have to ask, how long before all of this chaos comes home?
Showing us the joys of socialism and what might be coming to America, food lines begin at 5 a.m. and last until 3 p.m. and are the 'new normal' in Venezuela. Scenes such as the Twitter screenshots above show how people are spending their lives living within another socialist nation that has failed. Looting and robbing for food is increasing all of the time in Venezuela, with six military members recently arrested for stealing goats to ease hunger as there was no food at the Fort Manaure military base. As one Twitter user stated, "I'd like just one, principle "journalist" to ask Bernie Sanders 'what went wrong in Venezuela'?" Is THIS what Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders want for America?
The first video below is a compilation of recent videos that ANP has found online showing the chaos that is beginning to break out across Venezuela. This video is also a HUGE WARNING to Americans, at least to those who will listen. Remember, it has long been stated, the ONLY thing separating 'civilization' from anarchy are 9 meals. We'd argue it's less time than that. Much more below including a new 'critical alert' video from Gregory Mannarino that the American middle class is becoming extinct and more signs that they're preparing to bring down the system.
The recent story coming to us from SHTFPlan tells us that the situation in Venezuela has reached 'all out chaos' with one looter recently being burned alive while the devastating power and food shortage that has also resulted in political instability has gotten worse and worse. With scenes like the photograph below now playing out across the country we see exactly what can happen when political/economic systems fail and as we hear in the next video below, America may not be too far away from Venezuela with things getting worse every day despite what the mainstream media talking heads and Washington DC want to tell us.
In the next video, Gregory Mannarino gives us his latest critical alert for Americans and the pre-planned 'extinction' of the middle class that we're now watching unfolding. With Venezuela now a major sign that we should all be aware of, we see that dire warnings from a year ago of what was to come are now coming true before our very eyes.
As we learn in the final video below and this story from The Atlantic, Venezuela has now been placed under a 60-day 'state of emergency' as the nation falls apart. With 'martial law' now declared, it should come as no suprise that the president of Venezuela is blaming America for the instability now being seen there.
With the economy dead, the only thing remaining is to watch as society implodes. To that end, Oscar Meza, Director of the Documentation Center for Social Analysis (Cendas-FVM), said that measurements of scarcity and inflation in May are going to be the worst to date. “We are officially declaring May as the month that [widespread] hunger began in Venezuela,” he told Web Noticias Venezuela. … “As for March, there was an increase in yearly prices due to inflation — a 582.9 percent increase for food, while the level of scarcity of basic products remains at 41.37 percent."
“Prices are so high that you can’t buy anything, so people don’t buy bread, they don’t buy flour. You get porridge, you see the price of chicken go up and families struggle … lunch is around 1,500 bolivars… People used to take food from home to work, but now you can’t anymore because you don’t have food at home."
The is why, Español Ramón Muchacho, Mayor of Chacao in Caracas, said the streets of the capital of Venezuela are filled with people killing animals for food. "Muchacho reported that in Venezuela, it is a “painful reality” that people “hunt cats, dogs and pigeons” to ease their hunger."
Subsquently, Muchacho warned that Caribbean islands and Colombia may suffer an influx of refugees from Venezuela if food shortages continue in the country.
“As hunger deepens, we could see more Venezuelans fleeing by land or sea to an island,” Muchacho said.