Millennial DESTROYED by Reporter


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    Caleb Maupin talks to a protester, who doesn't understand the Venezuelan economy and political structure.

Jesus Miguel
Jesus Miguel

Reporter are a idiot.

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Vinny Carothers
Vinny Carothers

that protester has no idea what is coming out of his mouth

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Gustavo Rios Cardot
Gustavo Rios Cardot

I'm from Venezuela BTW. This reporter knows nothing

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Gustavo Rios Cardot
Gustavo Rios Cardot

And the sanctions are NOT to Venezuela, they are to the politicians that have made their fortunes abroad with the money they have stolen from the country. They tried to "have the food run by the government " but they failed, an that's one of the many reasons people are starving

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Blitz Of The Reich
Blitz Of The Reich

I am Venezuelan and would just like to say this reporter is just flat out wrong. The government has effectively controlled the food supply for ages and has even instituted food distribution networks of its own like Mercal. Pdval is another example. And these companies feed around half the country. I don't even agree with the whole free market libertarian non sense, but to attribute the crisis to US sanctions is complete bs. Venezuela was already experiencing shortages of milk in 2008 when I was living there (lived there until 2010).

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Metal Jacket
Metal Jacket

It just goes to show that if biased "reporters" ambush uneducated enough millennials, they can make even a hideous socialist failure like Venezuela seem good (or at the very least, deflect the failure away from its socialist government.)

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Victor Felipe
Victor Felipe

Well the reported got owned by the millenial.

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Rommel González
Rommel González

As a Venezuelan that fled the crazy brutality there, I have to say that Caleb Maupin is the one that was destroyed by the interviewee. To begin with, not much is produced in Venezuela, and although, the supermarkets and even farms that produce the food may be private-owned, THE GOVERNMENT DECIDES WHETHER OR NOT, DEPENDING ON YOUR POLITICAL AFFILIATIONS, THEY SHOULD SELL YOU THE MATERIALS NEEDED TO PRODUCE FOOD. If you do not qualify, that is, if you are not a chavista, then you would have to import your stuff at an extremely high price. To the interviewee, if you ever read this, don't pay attention to that dumb, pro-Maduro interviewer. You are more informed on Venezuela than he will ever be. Venezuelans thank you for having protested against the sick criminals that govern the country.

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Gabriel Mari
Gabriel Mari

They're both fucking idiots

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davidishka
davidishka

the amount of conservatives who think this kid is a liberal really just goes to show just how fucking stupid you people are

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GemForTheWin
GemForTheWin

Lol the millennial is right, he is just fake woke

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Christopher Repizo
Christopher Repizo

I came from a video about top 10 people getting owned, and it’s funny how it says that the protester was the one getting owned, and how people agrees with it. The reality is that both are right and wrong but the protester was right saying the guy behind the camera was an ignorant, he was actually right saying that food in venezuela lacks because of the government because around the 90% of the industries are run by them and the other 10% can’t do anything about it because of the lack of support or all the problems the government creates against them

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mattbell555
mattbell555

29 ignorants nevrotic

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Primal Culture
Primal Culture

Ask me about it; I am Venezuelan. 1. Prices are stipulated by the government. 2. The government assigns certain amount of dollars for private enterprises to import raw material and other goods, is usually not enough and sometimes they do not receive the money. 3. Many companies have been seized by the government. 4. Some companies have gone bankrupt because of price fixing by the government; losses, no profits. 5. The military controlling the ports confiscate goods if they (military) are not paid and sometimes they do it anyway.

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Daniel Cáceres
Daniel Cáceres

The really ignorant is the "reporter". ALL in Venezuela is controlled by the dictatorship. All the food importation is controlled by the dictatorship.

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LataJakVrata
LataJakVrata

Lol, that reporter is either clueless, liar or communist (both)

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Electric
Electric

But when right-wingers ambush a leftist it's all good, right?

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Metal Jacket
Metal Jacket

Exactly. And the only way he could make himself look good was by ambushing someone even more young and uneducated than himself.

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Cruel Owl
Cruel Owl

Who's the one that was really indoctrinated? hmm, I wonder

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Guillermo Castellon
Guillermo Castellon

ignorant reporter

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Pedrinho Deus
Pedrinho Deus

Caleb maupin .... you are the ignorant.... Venezuela government is dictatorial .... i'm from Venezuela ANIMAL ....

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Justin Rossi
Justin Rossi

I guess without the sanctions Venezuela would have been a socialist Paradise 🙄 come on guys let's try again

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kerpele
kerpele

capitalism makes us starve

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chris l
chris l

Was the guy left or right

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Odd Fellow
Odd Fellow

Why do you ask? So you can make up your mind on which one to insult?

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Bubble Gaming
Bubble Gaming

The protester was right. The interviewer was left leaning obviously. The thing is though, the interviewer just talked over this guy. The protestor wasn't the most eloquent individual, but he was still more correct than the interview. Farms are state owned, and have been since 2015.

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SRK
SRK

I just came to say: Im from Venezuela, at least 80% of food companies and supermarket are run/owned by the goverment.

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C Li
C Li

Holy shit you [right wingers] can’t tell left from right lol you’re clueless no wonder trump loves the uneducated you can’t even tell who is who in the video

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Hashtag EV
Hashtag EV

Venezuela is under a dictatorship. Period.

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Daniel Cáceres
Daniel Cáceres

+Electric and you research about the legality of the last election? Another ignorant more. Another sheep of the socialist herd...

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FaMoUs AquaS
FaMoUs AquaS

Electric Go to Venezuela before you speak shit that you know nothing about. Imagine not being even close to Colombia and talking about Venezuela, just imagine being that ignorant. Let me guess, you read about it? Hah... I’m from Venezuela buddy, you’re just wrong.

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Hashtag EV
Hashtag EV

Electric YES HE WAS THE FIRST TIME. And THEN he became a dictator. He was NOT elected this time. He’s literally forcing himself on the country now and there’s so much fucking fishy shit going on besides that but fact is he’s FORCING himself on the country and basically has the country on a choke hold.

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Electric
Electric

Maduro was elected. Do some research before you talk shit.

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kadventure
kadventure

your mom gei. Period.

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MagnumDB
MagnumDB

Weird. I thought most millennials were pro Democratic Socialism. This guy seems to be totally against it.

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simorote
simorote

lol, from Reuters October 8, 2012: * In 2009, Chavez nationalized a rice mill operated by a local unit of U.S. food giant Cargill Inc. * In October 2010, Venezuela nationalized Fertinitro, one of the world’s biggest producers of nitrogen fertilizer, as well as Agroislena, a major local agricultural supply company. It also said it would take control of nearly 200,000 hectares (494,000 acres) of land owned by British meat company Vestey Foods. * Vestey had already filed for arbitration over the earlier takeover of a ranch. Chavez said the latest deal with Vestey was a “friendly agreement.” * In 2005, Chavez began implementing a 2001 law letting the state expropriate unproductive farms or seize land without proper titles. He has redistributed millions of acres deemed idle to boost food production and ease rural poverty. * Chavez’s government has repeatedly threatened to seize Empresas Polar, Venezuela’s biggest employer and largest brewer and food processor.

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p53
p53

We live in 2019. Unfortunately there are still 70 % in private hands ...

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LataJakVrata
LataJakVrata

+yungdotbe What if I told you, that I grew up in a socialist country and this is what socialists do everytime? They confiscate private company, say it´s for the people and give the company to one of their friends to run. When the company inevitably fails, they say "oh, but it was private run company".

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yungdotbe
yungdotbe

+simorote What if I also told you that you are wrong because socialism has a meaning different from state-capitalism and opposes private ownership?

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simorote
simorote

+yungdotbe you'd be making an appeal to purity.

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yungdotbe
yungdotbe

What if I told you that state-capitalism isn't socialism? And that 70% of Venezuela's economy is privately owned?

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Dempsey Smith
Dempsey Smith

If socialism worked everyone would be doing it is simple as that. And do not say but Canada is socialist government no its not

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Bob
Bob

​+Electric Define "Communism" fully for me please. Don't bring in your own explanations that don't make any sense. Just the definition.

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Electric
Electric

@Bob Look, if you turned all private property into public property, would that not mean the abolition of private property? Since all private property has disappeared wouldn't it be considered to be abolished? Because that is the goal of Socialism. http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1848/communist-manifesto/ch02.htm At the end of the chapter, this is mentioned; "Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes." Communism is just an ideological doctrine, a worldview of Communists. It can't be called an economic system. "Communism is for us not a state of affairs which is to be established, an ideal to which reality will have to adjust itself. We call communism the real movement which abolishes the present state of things. The conditions of this movement result from the premises now in existence." - Marx

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Tinashe Roy Chatindiara
Tinashe Roy Chatindiara

+Electric Dude you need to get a refund from whatever pigsty of a school you went to. You're literally telling everyone here that 1+1=45.

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Ohh Harambe
Ohh Harambe

+Electric That wasn't an argument that was me telling you you're an idiot.

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Edson Pacheco
Edson Pacheco

Is the Kid against socialism or for it? Anyway there is a Documentary called "Sweden: Lessons for America" it talks about Sweden's economic system and how Socialism actually ruined the country. It was made by swedes

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Bob
Bob

+HEHEXD - I did. It's not.

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HEHEXD
HEHEXD

Wait Brazil is socialist tho look up monkey bob.

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Odd Fellow
Odd Fellow

He's against it... he's talking about Venezuela. That's like the #1 talking point for these conservatives who bash any Socialist program... yet send their kids to public schools, call police and fire fighters when they need them... failing to realize that these are a form of Socialist programs. But Venezuela though...

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Bob
Bob

+Ohh Harambe - Fool even claims Brazil is socialist. I can't even...I tell him to COPY AND PASTE the definition inorder to at least make it easier for him to understand his stupidity. Castro seems to have done a number on some of these poor uneducated people down there. I see the idiot doesn't even dare have a direct conversation with me because he doesn't want to face the facts that would be surely served onto his plate. Pathetic...Go to bed fool!

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Ohh Harambe
Ohh Harambe

+Bob Notice how they don't answer your questions and resort to incoherent troll like responses instead? These are the kinds of people holding the world back and trying to with them is like trying to reason with a mentally challenged goat. Best let these idiots be otherwise you won't get anywhere with them.

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escola83
escola83

I'm from Brazil, here we are living a crisis with immigrants from Venezuela, and the millennial are RIGHT. There is no private food company in Venezuela, they are all marionettes of the socialist state, which commands EVERYTHING in the country. President Maduro has even arrested bakers because they do not produce what the state has determined; in addition, hundreds of expropriations of factories - even toilet paper - occur every day. Definitely, the boy did not know how to respond well, but the reporter is poorly informed.

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gentle norwegian
gentle norwegian

Fucking Venezuela collapsed due to communism

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manuel tornero
manuel tornero

Actually the government of Venezuela have expropriated hundreds of farm and food industry in Venezuela and take tem to the bankruptcy for bad admisnistration. And the economyc santions have been for the political who have robe millons of dollars in Venezuela and take it to in the EEUU. Both are ignorant.

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kadventure
kadventure

+manuel tornero it doesnt matter if you are against Maduro or not. But its absolutely clear that the sanctions imposed on Venezuela are politically motivated, and you must be very naive/ignorant if you cant see that.

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manuel tornero
manuel tornero

+kadventure Enlighten me, tell me what are the sanctions if is not for corruption and narcotrafic? why are the sanctions only apply for the properties and the banks accounts of few politics only?

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kadventure
kadventure

Do you really think the sanctions are imposed beacuse of corruption?, poor naive little boy...

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MasterCheif4817
MasterCheif4817

Hes retarded

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Bomboyash
Bomboyash

They both are actually wrong, especially the “reporter”... Here in Venezuela the food it’s not nationalized YET, but the government actually keeps control of almost every food company in the country.

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Marcus Apedradus
Marcus Apedradus

I live next to Venezuela. Some supermarkets brands and food manufacturers where indeed intervene by the state. Also the distribution of food in Venezuela is controlled, and the price is fixed by the state. In the end 90% of people ends with few food and poor. Now many of these people are now in my country begging.

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p53
p53

"You live next to Venezuela" is no argument. We stick to the facts: Heavy sanctions because they nationalized Exxon, attempted assassination of Chavez by the CIA and of Maduro by rightist opposition, opposition burns food and even kills Chavistas, some fix prices but still capitalist economy (we need full socialism), opposition didn't compete in the votation bc USA intervened and most of the media is in the hands of some rich families. Theay just try to gain back the full controll of the country. Why should anyone support them? Oh wait, the USA need oil...

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Javier Medina
Javier Medina

what a pair of assholes, ask him about Lácteos Los Andes, Alimentos Diana, these were private and later nationalized by the government. Poor kid couldn't defend something as simple as that.

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me
me

Mate, this is a perfect example of the arrogant millennial generation, I see it every day at work. Their lack of insight and understanding of even the most basic concepts is astonishing. They are offended at every corner, this enables them to portay themselves as a victim. Millenniums love being victims, it enables them to tell their 58 million"friends" on social media how terrible life is to them, the responses engrain this sense of vicimhood. The most entitled arrogant, self justifying generation since the baby boomers

Vor Monat
me
me

+robo1967 Go sit in the corner with your tin foil hat dude. Can't understand a fucking word of your insane rant. Read my comment again, at no time do I mention socialism or capitalism. Go and bore someone who gives a flying fuck about your moronic rants,, Oh by the way. China is NOT a capitalist economy.

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robo1967
robo1967

1. He did not show ANY SIGN he was offended! So what DA FAK you are talking about?!?!? 2. The kid was right. The reporter is an ignorant idiot, who probably did read some ideological BS book about a "beauty of socialism". 3. I am from Poland. Have been there.... After 30 years came here to USA. You ppl do everybody the favor and stop talking gossip about systems you have no clue about. Instead - just find some Venezuelans and who are here in USA and ask them about socialism... You would get real answers. 4. Reporter lies about private companies in Venezuela. Great majority of economy is in hands of government. (About 90%) - so called "privet companies" are "money laundering" shady businesses, giving money to government officials. 5. The young guy on the street is smart and he knows what really is going on. 6. Like in Poland (have heard about "Solidarnosc" movement?) - in Venezuela there will be economical system change (as it happened in Poland) or there will be lots of BLOOD on streets first. And then a system change. That's what you have when socialism rules for longer time. The only worse is communism. There is usually no return to normality without outside intervention. Look at China... They were crazy poor communist country. They got business from USA and they quickly learned how to grow economy! Look at South Korea - they went with US. Today they make 2nd best cellphone in the world! Well... North Koreans stayed in communism. And worse - with dictator. Now the same people from the same country - are living in real HELL. So stop criticize that boy, cause he truthfully is a good millennial.

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Tanner VFX
Tanner VFX

It isn't about left vs right, your comment is spot on!

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Jon Walton
Jon Walton

facts, a liberals worst enemy

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Agrippa Maxentius
Agrippa Maxentius

Fuck you right wingers are stupid. The kid in the video is a CONSERVATIVE

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Tanner VFX
Tanner VFX

No one in the video is a liberal, the reporter is a communist, and the millennial is a young republican.

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Gianni Marco
Gianni Marco

The "reporter" thinks he knows everything and is 100% right because he was recently in Venezuela. So I guess everyone who goes to Venezuela is also correct...even if they have different opinions? The sanctions on Venezuela are no different than the sanctions on many other countries (N.Korea, Iran, Cuba, etc.) yet Venezuela, which has so much oil available, has screwed up its country after becoming socialist.

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Aaron Jones
Aaron Jones

+Mikayla N So if a capitalist country and socialist country split the socialist country fails and the capitalist country continues to function but somehow the socialist country has a better form of government? Got it.

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Mikayla N
Mikayla N

+Aaron Jones if socialists merely cut themselves off entirely from capitalist states, of course they would fail. Trade and friendly relations keep states from going under. It's not socialism's fault the status quo is capitalism.

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Aaron Jones
Aaron Jones

+CursedDealer So socialism needs capitalism to survive? Also if you look there are several Venezuelans posting saying you are wrong.

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CursedDealer
CursedDealer

No, he wasn't actually espousing his opinion. He was merely stating the facts. The fact is that 2/3 of the Venezuelan economy is still private, but after the socialists announced plans to socialize their economy, many of the western nations that bought oil from them decided to place sanctions, that haven't been lifted yet, hindering the economy of Venezuela.

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mohanicus
mohanicus

hahahaa ye stupid cunt

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Jordan Dill
Jordan Dill

FATALITY

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t4705mb6
t4705mb6

It;s the Venezuelan dictatorial socialist government's price fixing that is causing consumer good shortages.

Vor 7 Monate
p53
p53

They should build up socialism. Without fix prices, most cannot afford food. The food-hoarding and -burning opposition, black markets and imperialist forces need to be stopped. For the Venezuelan people, just look what Chavez achieved!

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Antilli
Antilli

Because there are no subsidies in the US...

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Bob
Bob

"dictatorial socialist" is an oxymoron. Try again.

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Andrew John
Andrew John

"The Chávez administration also enacted agricultural measures that caused food imports to rise dramatically, and such agricultural mainstays, such as beef, rice, and milk, slowing in domestic production. With Venezuela's reliance on imports and its lack of having dollars to pay for such imports, shortages resulted."

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Angeek
Angeek

Kill #cunfirmed

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David Johnson
David Johnson

Absolutely classical left winger. Calls anyone who disagrees with his views 'ignorant', but has zero facts to back it up.

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WillPower9982
WillPower9982

+Andrew John No one refuted anyone, it's literally one guy saying "food is nationalised" and the other guy replying "food isn't nationalised" - basically "yes it is", "no its not", "no yes it is", "no its not."

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jose castillo
jose castillo

​+kadventure MAY BE IN PRIVATE HANDS LEGALLY, BUT THE TRUTH IS THAT ALL OF THE PRICES ARE REGULATED BY THE GOVERNMENT. LET ME GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE AND YOU TELL ME THAT IF THE SITUATION IT'S BEEN TAKING CARE OF AS IT SHOULD. lets say you own a rice producing company. you need machinery to harvest the rice. you need machinery to process the rice. you need bags to pack the rice. you need transport to move the rice. you have to pay workers at your company ( everything that has to be paid, like vacations, insurance, and every other worker's related payment you have to deal with... if you want to know exaclty what.... you'll have to read the organic law of employment in venezuela). ok, overall I think the above list is enough to continue with my example. to perform all the activities related to the first 4 items of the list you need to be able to pay with foreign currency, since we in venezuela don´t have manufacturing industries like you have in the US, so if we want to buy US manufactured goods, we need to have dollars... so in this example you'll need to have U.S. dollars to produce and sell rice. since chavez, here in venezuela it was implemented a foreign money exchange control. so if you wanna have dollars, you need to buy it to the governmet. ok easy, the problem is that the government full of corrupt "people" assigns the money to whoever they seem fit..... obviously the see fit people who ask for .. for example 1 million dollars, and gives them 250 thousand. so if you are not given the opportunity to buy dollars from the government, you'll have to buy it yourself in the established black market. nowadays 1 government sold USD it's worth around 700 BS, and in the black market it's worth around 2500.. yes over 3 times. let's supose you have the money and invest in let's say 200 thousand dollars. that's 500 million bolivars that let's you produce 1000 tons of rice ( it's not a fact, just a suposition ) by law you have to earn 30% of what it costs you to produce the product so if you sell it all you will earn 650 million. okay good, but the government fix the price of the rice and you have to sell it as if it costed you 140 million to produce it ( thats 200 thousand time 700 (the legal price of the USD established by the government). 140 million's with an earning of 30% its 182 million. and you spent 500 million just buying dollars. that's a deficit of 318 million that YOU lost... WHO´S GOING TO PRODUCE WITH LOSSES??? SO EVEN THOUGH YOU LEGALLY OWN THE COMPANY.... THE GOVERNMENT MAKES DECISIONS IN YOUR PLACE... SO THEY ARE THE REAL OWNERS. it seems pretty from the outside but here in venezuela , living the situation it's not pretty at all... ALL OF YOU ARE IGNORANT AND WILL NEVER IMAGINE HOW IS TO LIVE HERE.

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Odd Fellow
Odd Fellow

Lmao... David, you just made my day. People like you are who convince me that right-wingers don't even know what they even believe in or what they're voting for. You're all party before country. Party before policy... you literally agreed with the left- wing reporter simply because you thought he was a Republican, and you disagreed with the Millennial simply because you thought he was a Democrat, when in actuality he was the Republican 😂😂😂 oh boy... you people never fail to amaze me with your sheep mentality. "Left bad, Right good... duuuhhhr"

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Agrippa Maxentius
Agrippa Maxentius

David you moron, the kid holding the sign is a conservative asshat like yourself.

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kadventure
kadventure

+Hashtag EV 2/3 of venezuelan economy is in private hands. Now, I'm not an expert, but I think 1/3 of all economy isn't "everything"

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Ickstopher Q
Ickstopher Q

Listen, I was born in 1990, can I have free college?

Vor 9 Monate
Selfish Leftist
Selfish Leftist

"So you've been to Venezuela?" "No but I hear stories about them" It's nice how we don't even need to meme these guys, they literally do all the work for us :)

Vor 10 Monate
WillPower9982
WillPower9982

With your logic, how do you know that the Civil War happened if you weren't physically there and all you hear are the 'stories', how do you know that space exists if you've never gone there, how do you know Antarctica or any place you haven't been to exists, that microorganisms exist, if you've never directly observed them under a microscope? If your visiting Venezuela with an agenda as clear as yours and the reporter in this video, anything you see will just feed into your confirmation bias.

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John Diaz
John Diaz

Stud bitch the food market is indeed run by the government. You ignorant.

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WorthlessDeadEnd
WorthlessDeadEnd

There is such a thing as second hand knowledge. I have heard horror stories about people eating rats and dogs and *zoo animals* in Venezuela, doing everything they can to stay alive, and I choose to believe them.

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jannis joplin
jannis joplin

"yer ignerant"... What a Fucking IDIOT.

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jannis joplin
jannis joplin

one dumb fuck sjw homosexual disliked this.

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General Caeser
General Caeser

He can't even look you in the eye?!

Vor year
Snugg Bear
Snugg Bear

The millennial was right

Vor year
FaMoUs AquaS
FaMoUs AquaS

kadventure Yeah, and more often people tend to talk too much about things they know nothing about. I’m Venezuelan, and he’s right. Sorry to break it for you, but if you haven’t even been close to even the border of Venezuela, you shouldn’t be speaking a word about it. I would say take a trip there but you would get murdered on your first day there.

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Khaled Abou Jokh
Khaled Abou Jokh

+kadventure before this 20 years old goverment took charge, Venezuela produced an important % of things. The economic shackless and expropiations alongside the drop of the oil barrels caused the lack of production we are currently suffering.

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WorthlessDeadEnd
WorthlessDeadEnd

I've never been to Venezuela, but when people of _any_ country have to resort to eating animals from the *zoo,* something is wrong.

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kadventure
kadventure

+Martin Rodriguez And there's more than enough literature on the internet to see it for yourself. PD: the fact that you are from Venezuela doesnt mean anything. More often than not, people are brutally ignorant of their own countries.

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kadventure
kadventure

+Martin Rodriguez well that just proves my point that the shortages exist because on the inability to import food related products because there's not enough oil money (regardless of who's in control of the importation) and too little domestic production and self reliance.

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Theoretically Pertinacious
Theoretically Pertinacious

WOKE

Vor year
John Stone
John Stone

I would have smashed his face in !

Vor year
ThrillerWA09
ThrillerWA09

YOU'RE IGNORANT!!!!!!! The standard liberal response to anyone who doesn't share their opinion.

Vor year
Caroline Desnyder
Caroline Desnyder

the irony...

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Odd Fellow
Odd Fellow

You might want to watch the video again... try actually listening to what they're saying this time...

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Broncos Man
Broncos Man

Pro-free market is a liberal position

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Bob
Bob

+Broncos Man WHAT?

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Broncos Man
Broncos Man

No,he's right tho,the guy is a liberal,as in an economic liberal,and that is the way that they usually respond. I don't know if that's what he meant to say,but either way,he's right haha

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nimbus
nimbus

he got rekt

Vor year

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