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Purga en Cali 21N la noche del terror (The Purge)
el 21 de Noviembre de 2019 la ciudad se preparaba para las marchas sin saber que en el transcurso del día el terror se apoderaría de las calles y los vándalos desatarían la purga real.
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B l u s h x o x o:
Why is nobody reporting about this? I feel bad for all the inoccent people who died for no reason
Que Dios acompañe a Colombia en estos momentos
Mis condolencias desde Argentina 🙏🙏🙏
We just have to pray for them that this will stop bc this is so wrong ppl,family’s,even kids are in danger we need to pray for them to stop this c it’s wrong I feel so bad for everyone out there it’s not fair for them that they have to live through this and we have a good life, they don’t deserve this.
I’m literally crying I can’t watch this or I’ll start to cry
Wait did they actually have those purge sirens going or it that bs
Im so scared, what if this happens in my country? In germany? God protect us, and our family 😣😢🙏🙏🙏
Laura Camila Paz:
Es supremamente triste ver cómo nuestro país se desangra 💔
Dios nunca pensé q esto llegara a este punto ahora tengo miedo del futuro de mi patria 😔😢
Fuerza hermanos colombianos
Take away the guns from the good people the only people left with guns are the criminals and cops. What happens when the cops don't come? This...
Lets have a riot over our government and the corruptions. "Steals and destroys local businesses and communities instead"
Nmms viendo la película de purga y ahora viendo esto en YouTube siendo todo real 💔 que Dios los acompañe a toda la gente de Colombia 🙏
I am just a tourist but i can tell you being there this was the scariest shit i have seen.
Someone explain to me what’s happening in English PLEASE
This made me cry his si not funny
This is so sad. I’m truly at a loss of words.. *How is this not being talked about.*
nahhh my whole family over there rn bro, this shit is so scary
Pobres colombianos están sufriendo sus vidas ... a los de la "purga" se les metió el DEMONIO ... pobres colombianos ...
Animal Blogs With Cassie:
3:38 broke my heart :(
okay the end isnt even funny omg 😟🥺😖
Cindy carolina arboleda zambo:
Muy pronto se acabarán las Grimas 😭😭😭🙏🙏🙏 el sufriendo fuerza
it was not a purge it was a big riot that happened that led to gangs killing innocent people
estoy llorando porque som asi gente se les metio el demonio 😢
How come is nobody talking about this??????
y’all realize it’s anti government and some of the civilians aren’t dying for no reason right?
En México hace como 2 años saquearon todo y estaban pasando a las casas a mi me tocó ver todo eso😢😢😢
The word has so much hate rn so many thing s going on this could happen any second in the u.s
no mames :0
This Is Just Distgusting. Pray For These People. How Could Someone Participate In This?
Fuerza Colombia resiste
rap colombia musica 2019:
De verda estamos um paso Al fin Del mundo
Prayers for all of them!
Que triste y doloroso ver todo esto en mi país, viéndolo desde lejos pero sintiendo el dolor tan de cerca, personas contra personas.
I'm scared c my cousin live there
Niccas is deadass jumping a camera 9:56
L̳i̳t̳t̳l̳e̳ ̳m̳a̳n̳ ̳y̳o̳ heh:
This is bad i pray for them 😭😭
This is so messed up
Pleaseee...!! Dont do this
Lmao get stream sniped
P q estan pasando por esto ahora aya k pazo
Ese cuento viejo ya no lo sabemos bien, en México lo hemos vivido desde décadas.
El gobierno siembra el caos mediante sus grupos de choque para desestimar los movimientos sociales legítimos, causando daños y destrozos a su paso, así justifican la intervención militar y control imponiendo toque de queda.
En Colombia el mismo gobierno provocó el caos para tomar el control mediante el uso de la fuerza contra la población.
Guy does Random things:
Why I live on america where the government cares for us?
papi consiga el video donde el camion de la policia baja 5 de esos bandidos frente a una unidad para sembrar caos hahahah para que lo vean y lo analicen los mismos que defienden a los tombos ..
People talking about how they’re thankful to be in the USA were shit like this doesn’t happen. Yet take a good look at the behaviors we allow as a society on Black Friday. We’re on our way.
Federico Giraldo Angel:
Muchas cosas por esclarecer aún
God bless. Why the help are ppl not doing anything tho? PPL ARE IN DANGER!!
What is the government doing wtf
andur gamer pro:
Like si no quieres purga y no te mates a tus padres hermanos y a vos
Dislaik si quieres purga
LEIDY JOHANA VASQUEZ QUINTERO:
Se metieron se metieron 😂😂😂😂
Todos sufrimos con este gobierno de duque 2:56
Much bendiciones 🙏
What is there point what are they trying to proof yall just killing angles and kids what has our world become 😭😔
The end really did it
Compartí estas cosas también :(
Diego Alejandro Gonzales Espinosa:
pero me encanta esa pelicula
Cringy Asian Kids:
Tf the cops at
Don buenardo XD:
loveli dream tv:
yo se ue se siente por que yo vivo en bogota y en los edificios epesaron las alarmas llore horrible
Omg. Thank god this is the United States of America and we won't ever (hopefully) have to go through this.. I hope the people will be safe.
Ye boi_ Eli:
No mames las cirenas me espantan
EL DIABLO .N e፝֟FF TC:
EN ESE DIA YO CASI ME CAGO DEL SUSTO
Estoy llorando de solo recordar este puto día
Is it all around Colombia or just cali?
Are you ok are you alive
Edwin M. !:
Juan camilo camayo molina:
Aún recuerdo este día que al día de hoy me perturba
The reason why no one is talking about it is because there is stuff going around the USA like the new president and stuff going on with Ukraine And Isis
No la gente si es asesina nuestro país no sabía que la gente hiba Aser eso pensé que eran buena gente pero no son buena gente
PARCE VIVI ESO ESO ERA TOQUE DE QUEDA UFF MI HERMANO POLICIA SI DIO BALA COMO EN EL MINUTO 2 40 ASI Y DE UNA SE VAN DE ACA DE EL GUABAL
Que lindo :D
El mira pelis ahre:
La purga 3
Quien es 2020
Jarvy González Gómez:
Demasiado delincuente en Cali es una relaidad una plaga que hay que acabar
David mauricio Pardo González:
Todos con sus armas bien valientrs y yo con solo ver el video me dan ganas de vomitar🤡
Hoy 19 de noviembre hay paro nacional en colombia 2020 tengo miedo
soy victorin crack:
No te entendi ni verga no se ingles
Translation/Gist of each clip to those non-spanish speaking
tl;dr basically colombian citizens have grown upset over how their government was being run (along with a festered hatred for their leader, Ivan Duque Marquez) and took to protests ranging from peaceful to violent. These clips show many of the violent protests made.
clip 1 ; 0:00 - 0:21 ; i'm assuming these people are anti-government (obviously) I can't make out much since my Spanish is still rusty and the voices are warbled, but they just talk to each other casually , saying "be careful Carlos, you might get lost." Casual talk about putting bullets in people / shooting them.
clip 2 ; 0:22 - 0:29 ; before the woman's clip ; someone walking around behind another, telling viewers to listen to the sirens "en el valle de lilli" (in lilli valley, lilli being an apartment complex correct me if i'm wrong.)
clip 3 ; 0:30 - 2:35 ; probably the most detailed and informational clip; the caption says "listen to this" and the first thing she says is that she literally feels like she's in the purge (which may be where the term to describe these protests was coined) She's feeling an indescribable fear. "it's not fair." She then begins to record the streets below. Someone shouts "We need to resist!" (literal trans; we need to do resistance) "Grab your knives!" I can't make out much after that. It then pans back to her. Sirens interrupt her sentences before she says "My friends, this has seriously gone out of control." I can't understand the first part, but she says something about people crossing a bridge close to the complexes she resides in , and are calling for resistance and going around asking everyone to bring out knives and sticks (?). "Really, I don't think of going obviously because I'm with my mom. But I'm very scared." She says it's not fair that no news outlets are covering this. After that she records some more screaming and sirens down below that I can't make out (please reply to me with the translations if you can make them out.) Then back to her. She felt the need to record it because they'd already hit up other complexes such as lilli (mentioned in clip 2) and a couple others I couldn't catch on. It just so happened that they (the protestors) had come to her complex, armed. She begins to record the streets once more, saying things quickly that I can't hear over the sirens, screams, bells, gunshots, and barking.
clip 4 ; 2:36 - 2:55 ; again, someone saying "muchachos!" which is the equivalent of "lads." This clip is quite scrambled, which I understand due to the chaos. Someone says "there they are" before someone says something about them coming in/entering (?) Loud gunshots ensue after that. "Eso!" "Eso!" which is basically a way of congratulating or praising someone (these comments were directed at the man who fired the gun numerous times, due to the dark it's hard to tell what or who he was aiming for.) After that, I can't understand what they say, one woman asking how somebody is doing.
clip 5 ; 2:56 - 3:14 ; i'm not sure if this one is associated with the ones before it, as its in broad daylight. There's no intelligible audio, just a lot of screaming and running with a cop having things hurled at them as the focal point of this clip.
clip 6 ; 3:15 - 3:34 ; also in broad daylight; People vandalizing what looks to be a convenience store. The first sentence said is a guy announcing "Look at what we do to property of the state!" They then say something about b*tches and frogs? I'm not too familiar with slang or foul language in spanish, so this was probably mean to be a vulgar phrase that I didn't pick up on. They resort to kicking at the windows until they open with the guy who's recording either saying "pegaste/pegastela" (meaning you hit it) or "fregastela" (meaning wash, which probably means it's the first phrase) "Let's go inside!"
clip 7 ; 3:35 - 3:50 ; pretty sure this is associated with clip 4 and below; A woman recording outside, wailing/moaning almost "They got in, someone call the police they got in." She just says "se metieron" a lot (which means they got in).
clip 8 ; 3:51 - 4:18 ; a woman pointing and saying "...putas!" which means b*tches to those uninitiated. This clip is made up of vulgar language so I can't fully explain much of it. "Sh*tty rats/Rats of sh*t they should exterminate them." "Si! Digo que puta" (which means 'yes! I'm saying what bitch[es]"). She starts screaming "Fuera!" Which basically means "Out!" or an aggressive way of saying shoo. "Maldito!" Which is an insult to say someone is from hell/ they're damned. The bg music is loud so it just muffles their voices even more. I can't make out any more screaming before "Maldito! Estupido ese" meaning "Child of hell(?)! Stupid!/They're stupid, these ones!" Then they say "dios mio!" which means "my god" or "oh my god" before gunshots ring out.
clip 9 ; 4:19 - 4:31 ;caption tags the fact that this is happening in cali (not the state, cali, colombia) it's tagged with # bochalema, an apartment complex in cali (may be a complex the woman referred to in clip3) and # surcali which means south cali. On the bottom in white text it says "this is the thief/burglar that they got in front of my apartment" The thief I'm assuming is the one being beaten and attacked on the floor, before somebody (possibly the person recording) says "Ya ya ya!" which is an exclamation as to have someone/something to stop. The last second is of them showing they're holding a machete, so they're probably anti-government as well.
clip 10 ; 4:32 - 4:52 ; there's also not much intelligible audio in this one. Someone being loaded up into a truck of sorts by military / law enforcement before a number of LE start shooting at something.
clip 11 ; 4:53 - 5:05 ; another instagram story; the caption also tags cali and below it says "city garden- CALI" and under that they tag someone. She's screaming "ayuda!/help!" and screams again when gunshots ring. The music is too loud and the voices are muffled so it's hard to make anything out after that for me.
clip 12 ; 5:06 - 5:20 ; somebody recording on foot, near a parking lot? ; the girl sounds young , "se estan metiendo mama!" ("They're coming in mom!") people saying "Dios mio!/Oh my god!" or "Que paso?/What happened?" "...puta que paso?!/...b*tch what happened?!" Then she starts running and screaming "Que paso?!/What happened?!" Before the clip ends she wails "Mi papa! Mi papa!" ("My father! My father!")
clip 13 ; 5:21 - 5:50 ; it appears protestors are trying to break into someone's apartment. The family is trying to ward them off and the daughter seems to be the one recording. "Dejenme!!/Leave me/us alone!!" They're crying, and the mother wails "mi hija!" which means "my daughter!" which I assume she's talking to the girl recording. More crying, and she says "mi mama, mi papa!/ my mom, my dad!" Glass breaking, more pounding, the mother says "mi hija!/my daughter!" a couple more times. Glass breaking and pounding ensues once more. The mother(?) says "mi hija!/my daughter!" once more before the father(I'm assuming) shouts "No! No!" It's a lot of chaos so shouting overlaps and it becomes hard to translate. Somebody shouts "No mas!/ No more!" and then the father shouts "no mas!/no more!"
clip 14 ; 5:51 - 6:44 ; no intelligible audio, just a large group of people raiding an area in daylight, most likely a convenience store as some come running out with coke and beer bottles from a freezer. it's also a bakery, it seems, as the clip after that shows someone carrying out a large tray of baked goods for everyone to steal from.
clip 15 ; 6:45 - 6:56 ; back to someone in an apartment at night. it's a guy recording the streets below and saying "they're shooting/estan tirando balas" "si...oy esperen/yes...hey wait" "estan intentando de entrar a nuestros casa por favor/ they're trying to enter our houses please.." This clip was quite short.
clip 16 ; 6:57 - 7:26 ; what looks to be a police officer and another man in the streets firing their guns. Close to no intelligible audio.
clip 17 ; 7:27 - 7:51 ; somebody recording the gates which I assume to be the entrance to the apartments. "Se metieron a ___ plaza!/ They got into ___ plaza!" "Se metieron por __/ they got in through ___" They're saying "aqui no hay armas, senores por favor/there are no firearms here, misters please..." before gunshots ring out. They start running behind a child before saying "Los ninos/the kids, las familias! / the families!" "Por favor!/please!"
clip 18 ; 7:52 - 8:14 ; gunshots, someone is recording from an apartment yet again.There's sirens and they're asking "que esta pasando?!/what's happening?!" He says "amor, amor!" Which directly translates to "love! love!" but is short for "for the love of god!"
clip 19 ; 8:15 - 8:49 ; someone recording from an apartment again, focusing on a large group. "dios mio, mira esto, padre mio/ my god, look at this, father of mine (reference to bible as a way of saying 'my god')." After that he says "Those in the condominiums, I'm right here in my apartment across from the woman who lives by herself." "They already put a bullet in the guy over there, oh my god look. saint jesus(?) My god"
clip 20 ; 8:50 - 8:58 ; a protest that law enforcement seemingly caught on, there's tear gas in the streets. A woman screams about them leaving their house.
clip 21 ; 8:59 - 9:16 ; a group of people ramming into a white (garage?) door. The first sentence said is "That's one of four corners in the city of Cali." "They're (trying to) open it." People are still trying to kick it in, before the clip ends.
Diego Alejandro Gonzales Espinosa:
si y dio mucho miedo
diana milena mejia daza:
Llo tambien soy de cali ese dia tenia miedo
Vamos soldados colombianos
El uotro no dio risa
Jajajaja un mes después solo puedo sentir lástima de aquellos que lloraban como idiotas y salieron con palos y machetes. Qué oso. Otra payasada más del gobierno de Iván Duque.
God please help this world please😢😢😢😪☹☹☹☹☹🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏💢
Wolfpup So creamy:
Jesus por favor Aida a Columbia
eso no es purga, eso es limpiase social
Why isn’t this being reported? Because our government know libs will realize this is what’s gonna happen (when) they take out 2nd amendment away
Por que no dejan copiar ni enviar este vídeo la gente tiene derecho a conocer la verdad de la seguridad en colombia
Yo veo esto y lloro recordando esa noche fue horrible
21 osas Sad:
0:34 no quiero ser grosero pero esa alarma ni existe en cali vaya que buena actuacion que hiso la chica
1:02 esa si es la alarma we