‘Mother Of All Marches’ Turns Deadly In Venezuela

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Caracas, Venezuela: Police fired tear gas into crowds at the ‘Mother of All Marches’ attended by hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters.  A young man was killed by gunfire.  Protesters accuse President Maduro of using dictatorial powers to quash protests against the growing economic crisis. –GEG  

President Maduro Says The ‘Time For Combat Has Arrived’ And Urges His Followers Into Civil War

Maduro assures Venezuelans that he will be next to them in battle as he calls them to begin a civil war. His words, however, need to be explained. Civil war already is breaking out. What Maduro is calling for is citizen support to defend his collectivist government against the current uprising. –GEG

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