Behold, the fall of Venezuela is at hand.

Anti-government protesters use a slingshot to throw stones during riots in Caracas April 4, 2014. Venezuela's Roman Catholic Church accused President Nicolas Maduro's government on Wednesday of "totalitarian" tendencies and "brutal repression" of demonstrators during two months of political unrest that has killed several dozen people. The surprisingly strong attack is likely to revive church-state tensions that were constant during the 14-year socialist rule of Maduro's predecessor, Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION) - RTR3K0H8

“The tail of the market in front of my house. To the Venezuelan people because we are not surprised, but I recorded it to bear witness to my own experience, to all the people who are in the rest of the world where this would be unthinkable.”

This is the description of a video that shows thousands lined up outside a market in Venezuela.

The country has been driven to abject poverty despite its vast natural resources due to the failed socialist policies and the corruption of leaders.