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Venezuela’s TalCual under Attack
Attacks paid by those who have declared themselves enemies of freedom of expression, of plurality of opinions, of diversity of ideas, cause these actions against our newspaper

By TalCual

An attack against the website of TalCual was launched last Friday, making it go down and its content impossible to read. During that day the website registered some 15 million visits in a period of two hours, which brought down the newspaper’s server as a result.

Such actions were repeated for several days.

It wasn’t until Tuesday, and after a lot work, that our team was able to get the situation under control.

This type of events are not a coincidence. These are attacks paid by those who have declared themselves enemies of freedom of expression, of plurality of opinions, of diversity of ideas.

Attacks by those who want to impose their own reality.

By people who are in favor of a single way of thinking; by people who won’t allow that nothing else is heard or said from other voices than those of their own. The dogmatic, authoritarian and petrified Marxists are like that.

Some people serving in the military have that kind of mindset, too. This is the kind of people ruling Venezuela today, but their skin becomes more sensitive and delicate with each day that passes. TalCual will keep going no matter what.

 

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