Sticks, stones and Molotov mixed drinks are the go-to weapons of dissidents around the globe. Such instruments are successful against law requirement in mob outfit with nerve gas shells and defensively covered vehicles available to them.
However, a youthful dissenter in Venezuela is treading an alternate way. In a dissent showing against the legislature of Nicolas Maduro prior this week, a young fellow chosen to utilize the energy of music to voice his objection to the administration.
Outfitted with only a violin, the nonconformist played the Venezuelan national song of devotion as hostile to government demonstrators and law requirement conflicted around him.
A video of the episode, caught by columnist Ivan Ernesto Ryes, indicated him in a head protector with a red shirt wrapped around his face. The young fellow boldly played his violin as poisonous gas shells discharged by police fell on the dissidents around him. Some of his friends can likewise be seen ensuring him with shields and by tossing back the approaching poisonous gas shells falling close him.
Ryes, who shared the video on Twitter, called the scene a “show of enchanted authenticity”. He tweeted, “Today I saw a genuine show of supernatural authenticity. A demonstrator played his violin while the PNB (Venezuela’s National Guard) tossed poisonous gas and pellets.”