Saturday, February 21, 2015

Painful truth

In Venezuela, hurry up and suffer (Urgente, ayuda) for the sin of having voted for the Bolivarian Revolution. In Maduroland, fifteen year old leukemia patients have to beg on social media for medications;
“Urgent: Williannys Avila, 15 years old, with acute lymphoblastic leukemia requires medication. Telephone: 04128995443.”
Fortunately, there are charities in the worker's paradise;
The crisis has been met with various attempts by desperate Venezuelans to secure medicines, including the intervention of charitable groups. In October 2013, local NGO the Heart Foundation created a Medicines Bank in the industrial hub of Valencia, some 150 kilometers southwest of Caracas. Residents are invited to donate unwanted medical supplies to distribution centers around the city.
The foundation updates lists of the medicines it has in stock weekly. “In the last 10 months, people have donated around 7,600 medicines, and we currently have 7,500 in the inventory. We supply people with around 1,500 items of medication per month,” Heart Foundation President Rifat Richani told the PanAm Post.
Gee, what happened to all those wonderful Cuban doctors Castro sent?

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