||All three crisis have in common that all of them ended in humanitarian crisis, that's what I think she's referring
||Several venezuelan socialist were banned from r/socialism only for being subbed to r/vzla
No matter what you say about socialism, if you were venezuelan you got a ban
||Russia may have problems but you can't change that with sanctions but war, and the Saudi, is just their culture and religion.
||Poverty decreased and the people had a chance to live well without government aid
Saying that before Chvez it was worse is objectively wrong.
||Many of them are incentivized to be more violent against protesters.
||The dictatorship seems to be losing a lot of ground, committing mistakes while the US and other countries are putting pressure against dictatorship officials.
||All what these controls is causing is a deepening crisis which won't be solved until economy controls are lifted.
||Three elections that were scheduled in the constitution were cancelled by Maduro since 2016, which is totally illegal.
||The sanctions aren't against Venezuela but specific venezuelan officials that have been violating human rights systematically.
||Many blame oil prices, corruption, or both, but reality is that Venezuela have had both issues and at higher level before, having a crisis but not as severe as now.
||The aim of the protests is to pressure the army so they'll pressure Maduro to resign.
It seems that the protests are being effective.
||Videos shows the projectile may have hit him.
The national guards was murdered.