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Why We Have a Second Amendment:

• by Daniel Lang

After enduring shortages of food and medicine for years, as well as a total collapse of their currency, the people of Venezuela have had enough. Last week it was estimated that 2.5 million people marched against the Maduro regime, which had previously tried to strip away the powers of the opposition-led parliament. It's estimated that as many as 6 million people may have taken to the streets to protest throughout the country.

In the lead-up to the protest, which had been planned for weeks by opposition political parties, President Maduro issued an alarming proclamation that didn't receive nearly enough press. He promised to expand the nation's armed militia, and hand out firearms to as many as 400,000 loyalists.

The Bolivarian militias, currently at approximately 100,000, were created by the late Hugo Chavez to assist the armed forces in the defense of his revolution from external and domestic attacks.

Speaking to thousands of militia members dressed in beige uniforms gathered in front of the presidential palace, Maduro said that vision remains relevant as Venezuela continues to face "imperialist aggression."

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Comment by Ed Price
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There is one major difference between the USA and Venezuela The difference is NOT the 2nd Amendment. The difference is the jury trial. The jury trial can overturn every law if done right. If a man or woman attacks Government people about some law enforcement of theirs, the jury can decide against Government every time in court. The two things that Government is trying to do are, control the courts with the Government BAR Association, and do a lot of advertising to make people forget the jury. Stand up and fight where it counts... jury court.

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