INSIDE VENEZUELA – JUNE 2019 (Surreal experience)

INSIDE VENEZUELA – JUNE 2019 (Surreal experience)

100 thoughts on “INSIDE VENEZUELA – JUNE 2019 (Surreal experience)

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  2. You video have very good content, and I appreciate your effort to let us know the real condition in the country, however I think you should at least give us the approximate time frame these video are taken, since the situation is so fluid, also I wish you get something like a Gopro camera so the video is not so jerky, it cause me headache, good job! Keep it up!

  3. If you are from New Zealand, why did you not cross the Pacific instead of the Atlantic?Would it not have been closer?

  4. Sad to see the people going thru the whole ordeal of that regime or so call gov of Venezuela may peace be liberty for Venezuela thanks fine video

  5. Brudda you have what we Mexicans call HUEVOS !!! Luv your vids god bless🙏🏽🙏🏽 be careful 👍🏻👌🏽

  6. It is amazing you decide to go to Venezuela, and this episode looks the most proffesional to date, Caracas looks so colorful and it is really sad that beautiful country is in situation like that

  7. The only thing I don't really get is the "misfortune tourism" Westerners get a kick out of.. I'll never understand what is it in people that makes them want to go to Chernobyl or German concentration camps and take photos, like they were sightseeing. Is an empty supermarket a true tourist attraction?

  8. Wow with that level of hyperinflation I can't believe they haven't had a full on financial collapse. It's crazy to see in this modern day how the economy of one country can help carry along the economy of another at least short term. It does go to show to true weakness of economies based on centralized banks any event can trigger a hyper inflation situation. Although one can say all economies are eventually doomed to collapse. It's still crazy and sad to see this in the modern day. I can't imagine how those on the outskirts live. Great videos, thanks for showing us how some struggle, it puts our lives into perspective.

  9. Finally a people from western countries can imagine how the living was under Warsaw pact control during Cold War.

    Greetings from Czech republic, a post communism country.

    For safety of everyone
    Communism cannot work ever!!
    You should not ever support ii.

  10. 13:40 oh boiye, that can be taken soo much out of context in south america, at least in argentina "buying flowers" its a way to say "buying marijuana" flowers= marijuana soo… its kinda funny

  11. THIS IS AMERICAN PROPAGANDA…. VENEZUELA IS A GREAT PLACE. I AM AN INVESTOR I VISIT CARACAS FREQUENTLY. SUCH A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE. DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS CIA AGENT

  12. I'm Venezuelan and I live in Venezuela. You did things correctly by coming here with a knowing local to guide you. Facts:
    1. Chacao, where you arrived and stayed in Caracas is the richest municipality in the whole country. It's safe because it is a bastion of the opposition, thus it has an opposition mayor that does his best to enforce law and order through the local Chacao Police.
    2. The big food shortages with the empty shelves were last year. This year, the government stopped the price-fixing (price regulations) and that brought the food back to the shelves, but at prices that only 10% of the population can truly afford. The rest barely manage.
    3. Venezuela is like the Hunger Games. The capital city of Caracas lives off of the provinces. There is electricity rationing all over the country except in Caracas, for example. There is a gasoline shortage but while some cities can go weeks without gasoline, there is always some in Caracas.
    4. Lenny called La Castellana a financial district. That corner he pointed to does have some banks and investment firms, but the true financial district is one called El Rosal.
    5. There is a cash shortage because the currency devalues so quickly, so most transactions are through debit cards.
    6. Chicha is a sweet rice drink that tastes like rice pudding.
    7. The Mercado de Chacao that they called Central Market is not a central market. It's an upscale market. As you could all see, there was food in that market. The reason is that it's in the capital city and in an area where people have money to buy those products. 90% of Venezuelans can't afford to buy anything there.
    8. The shopping mall he walked into is not just a random mall. It's the Sambil, the biggest one in the country and the 2rd-largest in South America.
    9. The alley that they stopped at is called Backstab Alley. At night it can get pretty dangerous.
    10. The subway station was empty by Caracas standards. Its normally like a sardine can.
    11. The slums in Venezuela are called "barrios."
    12. Venezuelans make the best of it. Millions have left. For the ones that have stayed behind, like me, life goes on.

  13. Yea people wanna continue their lives
    But we don’t let them with our president Trump dictating their future.
    It’s all looks good to me !
    We all need to let them be !
    Train it’s free all the time !
    You fake A hole

  14. It doesnt look so bad in venezuela i thought they was a war going on because of the president. My dumbass was sending money over there to support

  15. I live in Venezuela and the only thing i got to say, you were the luckiest guy, i'm jusst surprised u didn't get robbed.

  16. Thank you for the truth. Seven years ago I was providing housing in my home in Boston for foreign students. One was a Venezuelan lawyer who was in Boston studying for the Bar Exam in Canada. So she could get to Canada and make a home for her whole family to flee Venezuela. They where well off $wise before the new govt had taken their land and property. She succeeded and they are all safe in CA now.

  17. I wondering how many people who comment here, really lives in Caracas. Next issue, any Venezuelan knows that the conversion of bills between dollars and bolivars is complicated to explaining. Then, in Mexico the first entrance of money comes from Mexicans working in USA so, what's the problem with that.

  18. my God !! when I'm see this video I'm rememberd my hard experience that I'm lived it in the (Metro -Caracas) but at every thing Venezuela is realy beautiful ☆

  19. i'm just looking at the contrast from this 1st video towards the end where produce and food start to drop…day by day ..week by week within your videos..and all i keep thinking is..this is not right..for any life form(if thats the correct word to use)let alone human beings..our brothers and sisters…glad i saved this till the end..because it really does show the deterioration…we (meaning myself)come from a world where everything is free…and yet we complain and think we have it hard…when 3quarters or more of our world suffer..its not just ignorance but arrogance that we here in the west complain..when those in our world whom the majority provide the necessities we so easily take for granted..suffer..how is this humane..let alone fair..could i ever walk in these peoples shoes as they do..hell no..i don't have the strength let alone the conditioning..but its time we realised that this could happen to anyone regardless of whom or where we are from..and not take the luxuries we waste for granted..since man can not predict the fate/destiny or events of our world..in regards to changes made by mother nature.and the wheel of life itself..no matter how we/they try to safe guard or protect for the few..no one knows what tomorrow will bring..only the arrogant minded think they do..and history has proven time and time again how wrong they were..we need a world council…that represents our world as a whole..and not just the few..i've no words..i don't know how its going to be done..logistically..since people regardless of whom or where they are from …individually have the propensity to be selfish..the challenge we face now is turning that selfishness around in to becoming selfless..so there can be real equilibrium for all concerned in our world and planet..fact is we all want the same thing…and it all comes right back to the basics..which is to be happy…the right to live to create and dictate our own lives..our own destinies so long as it doesn't infringe or harm anyone else's..the first thing to do is rid our selves of those who think the opposite…much love bro..for keeping me grounded in reality…and most importantly intact with my state of consciousness bruv…always.god bless you…💖🙏

  20. I lived in Porta La Cruz, for a year at the Bahia de Rodonda marina on board my sailboat. This was in 2008-2009. It was bad then for the people there. We made friends and we're very sad to leave them when we had to go. This is the result of socialism /communism. A beautiful country & people reduced to tatters. Wake up America! This is the liberal agenda.

  21. This horrible situation that is happening in Venezuela is the result of the global elite systematically destroying the economy & political system of this once great country. They desire to break the country so they can scoop it up for themselves. The resources in Venezuela are abundant & rich. This is how they expand their wealth, power & control. Those with eyes to see & ears to hear will understand. God bless Venezuela!

  22. I’m not even Venezolano and it hurts to see what not too long was such a beautiful thriving country burned down to ashes…

  23. This was uploaded 24 days ago, now the hotdogs cost 16k Bolivares… And 1$ is worth almost 14k bolivars now up from 6k 24 days ago.. All those nice places where built before all went down the toilet with Maduro so they are just mementos from a nicer time and shells of its former glory… hanging in there.. no true development only dacay.. All the places you visited where among the nicest, wealthiest and safest (still dangerous) parts of the city.. In the metro that was one of the most chaotic stations but you caught it outside of the hour of most traffic when it really gets crazy.. What Lenny was talking about cash is that people need cash to take a public transport and it costs 2k Bolivars per trip, going to work and going back home are 4k in transport daily and with a minimum wage of 40k monthly you only could go to work 10 days a month, and some people need to take 2 o 3 buses just to get from home to their workplace so you do the math..

  24. You are too young to risk your life. Already have a child at least? Who risks his life loses it. Don't go to dangerous places anymore. In

    them there are always people who hate white men who speak English.

  25. I think is one of the best videos to understand current venezuelan situation. Thanks for show this reality to the world. Hope that you number of subscribers increases

  26. About the subway: a single ride was very cheap, and since it was a fixed price, inflation made it cheaper every day. But after the last reconversion (5 zeroes out), the price of a subway ticket was ridiculously low, so much the lowest denomination coin was about 10 times the price of a single ride. And so the metro became free

  27. Why don't you check out the slums of Detroit Chicago Miami Los Angeles and countless other US cities. See if you'll be safe walking through those streets.

  28. Por esos es que Venezuela está como está, porque está llena de una millonada de pendejos que creen que la vida debe ser un jardín de rosas, sin trabajar en el jardín. No salen de la queja y de los malos decretos porque simplemente viven gimiendo desde la víctima. Viven en la energía yin, desde la impotencia y la miseria de sus mezquindades,pero la vida los está empujando a mover el trasero fuera de Venezuela, Venezuela no mereces toda esa cantidad de hijos chulos, que bueno que se están emigrando,espero que no regresen mas nunca.

  29. I don't know that these blog-type videos are reporting as much as they're buying into the narrative and thus perpetuating the problem. Or do you have any suggestions to solve the issue Mr. Indigo?

  30. If people little, how do they go out and buy? Venezuela is doing fine America needs to stop being the police of the world

  31. No so bad. Impressive market and shopping mall. Noticed alot of fat people. Check out the homeless camps and slums in the US, they are the same if not worse.

  32. You visited the less damaged (privileged?) city of Venezuela, and still many people watch it and feel sorry for the country. So you can barely imagine the chaos and misery in the rest of the provinces. 🙁

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