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Friday, July 7, 2017

View: The terror of life in Venezuela explained

Fatherland, Socialism or Death’, the motto of Venezuela’s Bolivarian revolution was first pronounced in Cuba by Fidel Castro, then by Chávez, and repeated today by Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro. The ideology behind these three words have been taking lives since 1999, and today determine who is potentially in the line of fire. To the regime, you are either a socialist or you are dead. In fact, Maduro reaffirmed his position last week: “If Venezuela was plunged into chaos and violence and the Bolivarian Revolution destroyed, we would go to combat. We would never give up, and what we were not able to do with votes, we would do with weapons, we would liberate the fatherland with weapons.”More…

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