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A boy carries two pineapples he found in the trash area of the Coche public market in Caracas, Venezuela. (Fernando Llano/AP)

Video: Venezuelan Socialists Force Children to Sing Profane ‘Yanqui Go Home’ Hate Song

Venezuelans captive to the state propaganda that has become the only viewing option on television captured a segment making social media rounds Thursday featuring children singing a song called “Yanqui Go Home,” insulting starving Venezuelan refugees and telling them to “go to your mother’s c*nt and see if shit goes better there for you.”

TOPSHOT - People wait in the streets after evacuating buildings in Caracas on August 21, 2018 following a 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck in the Venezuelan northeastern state of Sucre according to the US Geological Survey. - Venezuela's seismology institute recorded a 6.3 magnitude quake that caused panic, but there were …

Video: Venezuelan Leader Celebrates ‘Socialist’ Earthquake

Venezuelan socialist leader and accused drug lord Diosdado Cabello was in the middle of a speech about the greatness of Bolivarian socialism when a 7.0 earthquake struck the country Tuesday afternoon, triggering panic in the Caracas crowd and leaving Cabello momentarily speechless.

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Venezuela: Socialist #2 Cabello Denies Violent Looting After Hundreds Arrested

Venezuelan Socialist Party Vice President Diosdado Cabello – the second most powerful socialist in the country – has flatly denied news reports of rampant looting and violence in Bolívar state, where police arrested hundreds for attacking markets, restaurants, convenience stores, and private residences.

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Venezuela’s #2 Warns Anti-Socialist Voters: ‘Now Comes the Punishment’

The Venezuelan socialist party, which has ruled the nation for 16 years, is still reeling from its decisive loss in the December 6 legislative elections, with the nation’s highest-ranking politicians threatening voters who oppose socialism that poverty and sickness are now on the horizon.

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Venezuela’s #2: U.S. Cocaine Arrest of President’s Nephews ‘Kidnapping’

Diosdado Cabello, the head of Venezuela’s National Assembly and nation’s second-in-command, has accused the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) of “kidnapping” two nephews of President Nicolás Maduro following their arrest this month for allegedly attempting to traffic 800 kilograms of cocaine into the United States.

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U.S. Arrests Venezuelan President’s Nephews for Drug Trafficking

Two nephews of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro have been arrested and extradited to New York on charges of attempting to smuggle 800 kilograms of cocaine into the United States. These arrests follow more than a year of investigations and accusations that Venezuelan government officials are deeply involved in the drug trade.