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lavi-inita:

Saludo tropical
Tropical greetings

lavi-inita:

Saludo tropical

Tropical greetings

http://drexlerjorge.tumblr.com/post/77495807280/carta-de-mi-prima-venezolana-hija-de-exiliados

drexlerjorge:

Carta de mi prima venezolana (hija de exiliados políticos de la dictadura uruguaya) en la cual nos explica a la familia la grave situación en Venezuela en estos días. Recomiendo su lectura.


Solos

Por estos días vi la foto de los presidentes latinoamericanos posando con Raúl Castro en Cuba. Una…

prayforvzla:

Fotos del #12F

bonjourbitches:

This its happening

frickfrackwack:

This is a student shot to death today in my country. 3 blocks away from my school. The government supporters killed him and 2 other students. We were just protesting PEACEFULLY against the government that’s heading our country to poverty… We don’t have food, we don’t have toilet paper, WE DON’T HAVE SOAP… 79 people are killed EVERYDAY and our inflation is 59% (just for you to know that $1 is around 80 local currency. This is what’s going on in Venezuela.

frickfrackwack:

This is a student shot to death today in my country. 3 blocks away from my school. The government supporters killed him and 2 other students. We were just protesting PEACEFULLY against the government that’s heading our country to poverty… We don’t have food, we don’t have toilet paper, WE DON’T HAVE SOAP… 79 people are killed EVERYDAY and our inflation is 59% (just for you to know that $1 is around 80 local currency. This is what’s going on in Venezuela.

policymic:

Peaceful protests turn violent in Venezuela

At least three people have been shot and killed in Caracas, Venezuela as relatively peaceful protests on “Youth Day” turned deadly. With marches and protests against the Maduro administration escalating over the past two weeks, Venezuela’s political stability cracked on Wednesday. In a deathly crossfire, anti-government demonstrators clashed with security forces and armed, pro-government vigilantes. 

About 10,000 anti-government protesters and students marched through the streets on the day that commemorates a 19th century independence battle where students fought colonial authorities. Calling for the end of Maduro’s presidency, corruption and the country’s economic woes — the the large group remained relatively peaceful until the event’s end. But as protestors started to disperse, a small group of roughly 100 young people lingered, sparring with security forces, the Wall Street Journal reports.

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riotsandrhymes:

Do you Know what is happening in Venezuela? This is what is happening. This is what has been happening during a week. The students have been protesting in a pacific way against the repressive and tyrant government that we have since 1999 (yes, 15 years living with insecurity, food and medicine shortages, deprivation of liberty, and media blackout) and what is the police and the army doing? Beating us, shooting us, and recently some students were condemned to jail for 13 years!! For what crime? For claiming justice and democracy. Please, share this post, the world needs to know.

#PrayForVenezuela

#SOSVenezuela

(Source: fvder)

Cuando decidí aplicar a una maestría en el exterior no lo hice porque quisiera huir del país. Lo hice por aspiraciones personales, por estudiar y especializarme en algo que me gustara. Tengo pasaje en mano, para el 3 de septiembre para irme y comenzar a estudiar en Londres.

Sentía que lo único que hacía era continuar con mi vida sólo que en otra parte. Temporal o permanente, eso no estaba decidido.

Hoy, con la muerte –corrijo, asesinato– de alguien cercano, siento que huyo.

Hoy, mi mamá me pidió entre llantos que cuando me vaya, no vuelva nunca. Que sea mesonera, que haga lo que sea. Pero que no vuelva.
Hoy, dile a la gente que quieres que la quieres, y a la gente que amas que la amas.

Hoy deja de preocuparte por los problemas insignificantes, porque cuando te digan, no que continúes tu vida en otra parte, sino que te vayas a otra parte para estar con vida –y con razón–, entenderás que la mitad de lo que haces es insignificante.

lavi-inita:

Ella es parte del universo
She’s part of the universe
(29,5x20,9).

lavi-inita:

Ella es parte del universo

She’s part of the universe

(29,5x20,9).

lavi-inita:

Sur
South

lavi-inita:

Sur

South

lavi-inita:

Luz
Light

lavi-inita:

Luz

Light

lavi-inita:

PiramidalPyramidal

lavi-inita:

Piramidal
Pyramidal

lavi-inita:

Saludo tropical
Tropical greetings

lavi-inita:

Saludo tropical

Tropical greetings

(Source: office-ina)

lavi-inita:

Comisión
Comission

lavi-inita:

Comisión

Comission

http://drexlerjorge.tumblr.com/post/77495807280/carta-de-mi-prima-venezolana-hija-de-exiliados

drexlerjorge:

Carta de mi prima venezolana (hija de exiliados políticos de la dictadura uruguaya) en la cual nos explica a la familia la grave situación en Venezuela en estos días. Recomiendo su lectura.


Solos

Por estos días vi la foto de los presidentes latinoamericanos posando con Raúl Castro en Cuba. Una…

prayforvzla:

Fotos del #12F

bonjourbitches:

This its happening

frickfrackwack:

This is a student shot to death today in my country. 3 blocks away from my school. The government supporters killed him and 2 other students. We were just protesting PEACEFULLY against the government that’s heading our country to poverty… We don’t have food, we don’t have toilet paper, WE DON’T HAVE SOAP… 79 people are killed EVERYDAY and our inflation is 59% (just for you to know that $1 is around 80 local currency. This is what’s going on in Venezuela.

frickfrackwack:

This is a student shot to death today in my country. 3 blocks away from my school. The government supporters killed him and 2 other students. We were just protesting PEACEFULLY against the government that’s heading our country to poverty… We don’t have food, we don’t have toilet paper, WE DON’T HAVE SOAP… 79 people are killed EVERYDAY and our inflation is 59% (just for you to know that $1 is around 80 local currency. This is what’s going on in Venezuela.

policymic:

Peaceful protests turn violent in Venezuela

At least three people have been shot and killed in Caracas, Venezuela as relatively peaceful protests on “Youth Day” turned deadly. With marches and protests against the Maduro administration escalating over the past two weeks, Venezuela’s political stability cracked on Wednesday. In a deathly crossfire, anti-government demonstrators clashed with security forces and armed, pro-government vigilantes. 

About 10,000 anti-government protesters and students marched through the streets on the day that commemorates a 19th century independence battle where students fought colonial authorities. Calling for the end of Maduro’s presidency, corruption and the country’s economic woes — the the large group remained relatively peaceful until the event’s end. But as protestors started to disperse, a small group of roughly 100 young people lingered, sparring with security forces, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Read more

Follow policymic

riotsandrhymes:

Do you Know what is happening in Venezuela? This is what is happening. This is what has been happening during a week. The students have been protesting in a pacific way against the repressive and tyrant government that we have since 1999 (yes, 15 years living with insecurity, food and medicine shortages, deprivation of liberty, and media blackout) and what is the police and the army doing? Beating us, shooting us, and recently some students were condemned to jail for 13 years!! For what crime? For claiming justice and democracy. Please, share this post, the world needs to know.

#PrayForVenezuela

#SOSVenezuela

(Source: fvder)

Cuando decidí aplicar a una maestría en el exterior no lo hice porque quisiera huir del país. Lo hice por aspiraciones personales, por estudiar y especializarme en algo que me gustara. Tengo pasaje en mano, para el 3 de septiembre para irme y comenzar a estudiar en Londres.

Sentía que lo único que hacía era continuar con mi vida sólo que en otra parte. Temporal o permanente, eso no estaba decidido.

Hoy, con la muerte –corrijo, asesinato– de alguien cercano, siento que huyo.

Hoy, mi mamá me pidió entre llantos que cuando me vaya, no vuelva nunca. Que sea mesonera, que haga lo que sea. Pero que no vuelva.
Hoy, dile a la gente que quieres que la quieres, y a la gente que amas que la amas.

Hoy deja de preocuparte por los problemas insignificantes, porque cuando te digan, no que continúes tu vida en otra parte, sino que te vayas a otra parte para estar con vida –y con razón–, entenderás que la mitad de lo que haces es insignificante.

lavi-inita:

Ella es parte del universo
She’s part of the universe
(29,5x20,9).

lavi-inita:

Ella es parte del universo

She’s part of the universe

(29,5x20,9).

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