Only in Venezuela would people laugh at the following video. In most countries people would be horrified at such uncivil behavior. Luckily there is still some hope for Venezuelans because within the animal stampede there was one voice of reason; bravely reminding the pack of animals that they are in a city and should behave accordingly.
Billo Frometa left the Dominican Republic for Venezuela on New Year’s Eve 1937, and shortly thereafter was the toast of Caracas with his big, brass-heavy orchestra. His orchestra played regularly in the Roof Top Garden a prestigious dance club Caracas. Famous for his boleros, or romantic songs, Billo’s orchestra was fronted by many different popular singers over its long history.
La Vaca Vieja – Billos Caracas Boys
Al Paso – Billos Caracas Boys
Ariel – Billos Caracas Boys
Only in Venezuela will juvenile delinquents boast about their firepower and bad ass attitude on video, to then be uploaded on YouTube. Few things actually disturb or scare me. The video bellow is one of them! Venezuela has recently become notorious as the murder capital of the world. Corruption, Lack of governmental policy and inefficient governance has allowed crime to run rampant. This video is perhaps the best representation of the obstacle Venezuela needs to overcome. The blatant disregard for human life is perhaps the most vexing issue, unfortunately kids like the one on the video are becoming more prevalent. Especially when you have a head of state that habitually sets a bad example by stealing private property and whimsically throwing opposition members in jail .
Chocolates El Rey Is a Venezuelan chocolate manufacturer. The company uses only premium-grade, locally grown raw material in the formulation of all its products. El Rey’s family-run business is one of oldest chocolate manufacturers in Venezuela.
Fair Cacao Exchange
El Rey offers consumers gourmet chocolate made from fairly traded cacao beans direct from small and large-scale growers in Venezuela. El Rey has managed to eliminate all kinds of middlemen, otherwise known as “coyotes”, who pay lowest possible price to growers by establishing Aprocao a democratically run cooperative that pays above market price for its cacao beans. Their trading partners are small growers and large who deal directly with Aprocao without intermediaries. Through Aprocao El Rey teaches growers how to manage the soil in a sustainable agricultural system promoting natural cycles without chemical pesticides or fertilizers and how to ferment each cacao harvest to earn the best price.