Hey PL, you need to be documented a little bit more about Venezuela.
Venezuela always has been a third world country otherwise Venezuelans
wouldn't be facing this situation - They always liked a system like this.
There are good and bad everywhere. But, most of Venezuelans has voted for
the laziness, easy-money, monkey businesses, extortion, among others.
I've never supported those guys.That's what you think because I always try
to tell the truth. Remember Chavistas/Maduristas are Venezuelan, too - They
are not extraterrestrial. So, they do what they are used to; what most of
Venezuelans do regardless the sector either private or public; either rich
or poor - They are both bad people and responsible for the situation the
nation is facing now. So, they have the government that they deserve.
Hopefully, some day a government that represents good people will be
elected - This depends on all Venezuelans, when they turn in to the good, do
what they have to do; the right thing.
Knowledge will set you free
El conocimiento te hará libre
Post by JAT
You're absolutely wrong. I'm not Chavista. Who said that? I'm just
realistic. I didn't vote for those guys. But, most of Venezuelans did. And
many of them are in Miami now. Venezuela is a society of accomplices and
victims. Most of Venezuelan have voted for a system of corruption. That's
what they have chosen because they always like a system that way.
Remember Chavistas / Maduristas are Venezuelan, too - They are not
extraterrestrial. So, what do you expect? People have the government that
You always supported Chavez, Castro, ...
Most Venezuelans now want Chavism and Maduro out. Maduro denies them the
"revocatorio" that would oust him. A coup by Maduro using an illegally
"loaded" supreme court to frustrate the elected parliament.
The criminals and their "accomplices" are the Chavist corrupt and
repressive leadership. The victims are the people mùany of whom were
misled by promises the regime knew it could never keep. Chavism turned
Venezuela in to a third world country with its Castrist policies.
What do I expect: to allow the Venezuelan people to have the government
they deserve. that means freedom for opposition leaders and free and
fair elections without intimidation by armed gangs on motorbikes, ...