A devaluation. A new currency. A strike. A sense of panic. Venezuela braces for the economic storm https://t.co/1n6OjSLsfk— Bloomberg (@business) August 21, 2018
#TheCube | Hyperinflation in Venezuela has meant that a chicken will cost you 14.6 million bolivars. @NewsAMorgan has the story.— euronews (@euronews) August 21, 2018
Read more: https://t.co/MbJgM36NLLhttps://t.co/Rve1LoJ3Pb pic.twitter.com/RkOYzCghSy
.@Varneyco: "This long-running tragedy is almost over. Venezuela, with the biggest oil reserves in the world, is now a wheelbarrow economy. We should take a hard look at it, to make sure we don’t go down the pathetic socialist road." https://t.co/PizoRlWBQg pic.twitter.com/QWQqy1Vbxk— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) August 21, 2018
New banknotes stripped of five zeros enter circulation in Venezuela as part of President Maduro's plan to curb hyperinflation, but business leaders lambast the move as counterproductive https://t.co/vgCPAd1r3V pic.twitter.com/AxOxspxT50— AFP news agency (@AFP) August 21, 2018
Venezuelan authorities are rolling out a replacement for the "strong" bolivar, swapping it out for a "sovereign" bolivar that'll be pegged to the government's proposed cryptocurrency, the petro. https://t.co/hfG263xOPB— NPR (@NPR) August 21, 2018
Fiat sucks. Crypto is the future. The end.— HODL FUEL JUNKEE (@HODLFUEL) August 21, 2018
Venezuela hyperinflation in pictures https://t.co/XhkFbZLRPT
The following picture represents how much money required to buy a tolet paper in #Venezuela ( is not a joke) . Socialism has been humiliated first by its leaders and after its results.— Deep State Investing (@InvestingDeep) August 21, 2018
People who reject for profit jobs as the core of economics are doomed to meet the same fate. pic.twitter.com/wvQtCECpH6
Venezuela joins Zimbabwe as one of the countries that have experienced hyper inflation. Worrying Venezuela exports crude oil something is amiss with the Bus Driver leading that nation 🙈🙈 pic.twitter.com/e3BwJzPgJU— Terryfic Cee (@SkipperTerryfic) August 21, 2018
How to destroy a Country. Learn from Venezuela. https://t.co/jQjLzQOf9b— Nilesh Shah (@NileshShah68) August 21, 2018
#Venezuela hyperinflation will surpass 1,000,000% in 2018: what has gone wrong in the world's most oil-rich nation? @AsaCusack talks to @itvnews on the devaluation of Venezuelan currency @NicolasMaduro #CurrencyCrisis https://t.co/6BITO1eUFp— la_geri (@la_geri17) August 21, 2018
How about we ask the millions of refugees fleeing socialism in Venezuela about it? https://t.co/Qtdgx79SRs— Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) August 20, 2018
The exodus from Venezuela threatens to descend into chaos https://t.co/LkSJuYhQ23— susana raffalli a (@susanaraffalli) August 21, 2018
Brazil sends troops after clashes at border... https://t.co/o47nwnYxdV— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) August 19, 2018
"▪️ Brazil deployed troops to its Venezuela border after locals destroyed tents and set fire to migrants’ belongings.— Muzamil (@promuzi) August 21, 2018
▪️ 1,200 people fled back over the border into Venezuela.
▪️ The government says it will not close the border, for humanitar… pic.twitter.com/xoI4du8KjX"
Argentina to File 'Crimes Against Humanity' Case at Hague... https://t.co/aMlYiAdIio— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) August 20, 2018
Confusion reigns as Maduro releases new banknotes... https://t.co/sEuu2NCYZG— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) August 20, 2018
Venezuela Launches One of Greatest Currency Devaluations in History... https://t.co/R4Plc2avji— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) August 20, 2018
Follow @CaracasChron for english reporting on Venezuela by Venezuelans.— jeetsidhu_ (@jeetsidhu_) August 21, 2018
This is a different type of reporting...focused on how events are impacting people and not government.
When you click on their spanish tweets, the app translates to english.https://t.co/RvpLUwNz1C pic.twitter.com/P0OxPNoWwy
Apocalypse tomorrow.— daniel duquenal (@danielduquenal) August 20, 2018
Me and the Venezuelan collapse. https://t.co/Q8sGLbLw2u
IN CARACAS— daniel duquenal (@danielduquenal) August 19, 2018
If the subway does not stop we are getting nothing. Public employees will be forced to go to work since the blackmail is terrible on them. Only a down subway can provide them the excuse not to go and truly show empty streets. That is why the 2003 strike failed.
INSURRECTION— daniel duquenal (@danielduquenal) August 19, 2018
Some are calling for an insurrection next Tuesday. It will not happen. The country is on the verge of it but not yet there.
Calling for more than empty streets is reckless at this point. Local protest gathering are a plus. Objectives must clearly stated.
RECKLESS— daniel duquenal (@danielduquenal) August 19, 2018
There are things that should take place first, like a united National Assembly calling for an extra session to vote down Maduro measures.
Going straight to general strike is reckless if the leaders have not prepared well the ground work. They may have but I do not see it
I hope I am proven wrong but I have a bad feeling about it. Let's wait for the opposition announcements tomorrow before throwing that towel.— daniel duquenal (@danielduquenal) August 19, 2018
This is our unexpected last chance. We screw it, we are done.