1. Nicolás Maduro, Presidente de la República Bolivariana de #Venezuela #StreetArt #Stencil #Graffiti

    Nicolás Maduro, Presidente de la República Bolivariana de #Venezuela #StreetArt #Stencil #Graffiti

    graffitistencilvenezuelastreetart

  2. "El que se cansa, pierde" - @leopoldolopez  (at Plaza Luis Brión)

    "El que se cansa, pierde" - @leopoldolopez (at Plaza Luis Brión)

    Venezuelaleopoldo lopez

  3. El Héroe del Día #18F
Dónde estabas tú el 18 de Febrero de 2014?  (at Plaza Luis Brión)

    El Héroe del Día #18F
    Dónde estabas tú el 18 de Febrero de 2014? (at Plaza Luis Brión)

    18fVenezuela

  4. Nuestra honorable Guardia Irracional Bolivariana - El honor ni se divisa #SOSVenezuela

    Nuestra honorable Guardia Irracional Bolivariana - El honor ni se divisa #SOSVenezuela

    sosvenezuelaVenezuela

  5. Mientras tanto en la mente del Presidente Nicolas Maduro: 
"Capriles, por cobarde, esos cuervos que tu amamantas te sacarán los ojos"

    Mientras tanto en la mente del Presidente Nicolas Maduro:

    "Capriles, por cobarde, esos cuervos que tu amamantas te sacarán los ojos"

    Nicolas MaduroHenrique CaprilesVenezuelaWTF

  6. On Thursday (13/02/2014), CNN’s news anchor Fernando del Rincón interviewed Elías Jaua, Venezuela’s Minister of Foreign Affairs. Many topics were treated in the interview, such as the Government’s view on the several marches and protest going on around the country. 

    When asked about the students’ who died (both shot), and about the possibility of the Police being involved in the crimes, Jaua roundly denied their participation, claiming the police didn’t have guns or weapons during said protests. Incredibly, the Minister said the students were killed by other students as well, tagging all those who are against the Government as “nazi-fascist.” 

    During the interview, Fernando del Rincón said CNN had proofs of police forces carrying weapons during the protests, ponting at the students and shooting at them. There were also a lot of pictures showing pellet wounds. Jaua dismissed those pictures, excusing himself because he hadn’t seen them. 

    After several minutes of the interview, Jaua finally admitted the Police carried weapons (other than tear gas), and only because the protest had turned “violent.”

    (Source: amorebietas, via le--ors)

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  7. Las mercedes trancada a la altura de la plaza, protesta pacífica de estudiantes #Caracas #Venezuela (at Urb. Las Mercedes)

    Las mercedes trancada a la altura de la plaza, protesta pacífica de estudiantes #Caracas #Venezuela (at Urb. Las Mercedes)

    caracasvenezuela

  8. Feliz día de la Zulianidad

    Feliz día de la Zulianidad

    ZuliaVenezuelaMaracaiboPride

  9. kaycliffcenter:

Maracaibo by fotodgraficolm

    kaycliffcenter:

    Maracaibo by fotodgraficolm

    (via iamlebanaaf)

    MaracaiboVenezuelalandscape

  10. Estudiando a uno de los grandes Trolls de la historia #Chavez #Venezuela

    Estudiando a uno de los grandes Trolls de la historia #Chavez #Venezuela

    chavezvenezuela

  11. Chester y Rotwaila, underdogs del rap venezolano.

    RealengosLa CorteRotwailaRapRap VenezolanoVenezuela

  12. Una de mis piezas favoritas de la galeria de #StreetArt de #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela  (at Avenida Francisco de Miranda)

    Una de mis piezas favoritas de la galeria de #StreetArt de #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela (at Avenida Francisco de Miranda)

    chacaovenezuelastreetartcaracas

  13. Niño #StreetArt (at Las Minas City)

    Niño #StreetArt (at Las Minas City)

    street artGraffiticaracasVenezuelaLas Minas

  14. Más de La Bonita

    Más de La Bonita

    CaracasVenezuelaBaruta

  15. Mamarracho es un estilo de vida, no un insulto.