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Venezuelans, abandoned by their newly sworn-in political elites and trapped in an asymmetric war zone, have begun demanding the individual gun rights they lost under late dictator Hugo Chávez.
Rumbo Libertad, Venezuela’s first genuinely conservative political movement, is leading the charge.
Venezuelans - Gun - Rights - Chávez - Nicolás
Venezuelans once enjoyed partial gun rights before the Chávez and, now, Nicolás Maduro socialist tyranny. Chávez progressively violated those rights, especially after the 2002 failed coup against him, before ultimately pushing for his total “Disarmament Law” (Ley Desarme). Chávez did not live to see Maduro impose that law in 2013, redeeming “the cause” after the first dictator’s passing.
The law is an affront to individual rights, essentially banning Venezuelans from possessing firearms for any reason. The result, as with all gun restrictions, has been full disarmament of law-abiding citizens while Venezuelan prisons overflow with advanced weaponry and the nation’s murder rate skyrockets, placing it routinely atop the list of the world’s deadliest non-wartime states.
Venezuelans - Weeks - Sort - Electricity - March
Venezuelans suffered several weeks without any sort of electricity during March. Hundreds of people have died (including newborn babies) and more have had their food rot or their bodies collapse due to stress and hunger. Amid this situation, organized crime and looting became the most horrible plagues for Venezuelans to endure.
In one particularly awful case, the owner of a grocery store in the city of Maracaibo killed himself after watching chavista hordes loot his establishment. In the same western city of the country, business owners defended their private property by shooting looters away in an act of rebellion against the communist law.
Chavista - Gangs - Colectivos - Corps - Charge
Chavista gangs, also known as “colectivos,” have been the armed corps in charge of eliminating dissidents, breaking into the private property of innocents, and attacking activists and journalists for decades since Chávez became President. But even having the same deadly weapons as the Venezuelan Army, it is a...
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