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VP Maduro threatens with radicalization if shortage persists

Venezuelan Vice-President Nicolás Maduro fingered a trade bourgeoisie that purports to stage "sort of economic war against the people"

VP Maduro lambasted the "oligarchy" (Photo: Gustavo Bandres)
EL UNIVERSAL
Friday February 01, 2013  03:12 PM
Venezuelan Vice-President Nicolás Maduro vowed iron fist against "those who purport to play games with the people's hunger." In the event of continued shortage of foodstuffs, the people would go against the oligarchy "to escalate the socialist revolution," he boasted.

"And we would go with you out the streets as well," he completed.

"The trade bourgeoisie purports to stage sort of economic war against the people. We have invited in good faith the businesspersons from the food sector; we have spoken with them. Some have reacted in good terms, yet we have information about some of them making some little games against the people," Maduro explained.

"Should the bourgeoisie intends to play games with the people's hunger, we will use the law, everything, the people's spear; there will be no mercy, listen very well."
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