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We all know Venezuela is a socialist hellhole. The people have to deal with energy shortages and the resulting rolling blackouts. Basic items, like toilet paper , are lacking. Everyone from soldiers to the middle class is eating what they can out of garbage cans. In the hospitals, the lack of supplies has degraded health care in the country to conditions not seen since the 19 th century.
Soap and gloves are in short supply, with reports of cardboard boxes being used to give newborns some sort of bedding. Now, with supplies dangerously low, we have this story from the Miami Herald, where they detail how teachers, doctors, and engineers have resorted to prostitution for food. Prostitution in Colombia is quasi-legalized, with each town having a small red light district, where police look the other way, the publication noted.
For some, their family members make the hour bus trip from Caracas into Colombia, where family members across the border give them groceries, paid for by the money earned through prostitution via Miami Herald [emphasis mine]:. The less fortunate find themselves walking across the border into Colombia looking for a way, any way, to keep themselves and their families fed. A recent study suggested as many as , Venezuelans had entered Colombia in the last six years.
Dayana, a year-old mother of four, nursed a beer as she watched potential clients walk down the dirt road that runs in front of wooden shacks, bars and bordellos. Dressed for work in brightly colored spandex, Dayana said she used to be the manager of a food-processing plant on the outskirts of Caracas. Seven months ago, struggling to put food on the table, she came to Colombia looking for work.
While the money was better there, she eventually moved to Arauca, a cattle town of , people along the border with Venezuela, because it was easier to send food back to her children in Caracas. The previous night, her sister had traveled by bus for 18 hours from Caracas to pick up a bundle of groceries that Dayana had purchased — pasta, tuna, rice, cooking oil — and then immediately jumped on a bus back home.