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Socialism: The Way of Death By James Reed
While young tigers at our universities put up posters on round cement structures telling us about the joys of communism/socialism, and how great the Russian revolution was, the reality of socialism is seen in every socialist experiment. Venezuela is the latest failure:
The country has moved into social collapse mode, with food shortages, and starving people everywhere. There are roaming gangs preying off people, raping and looting, and even murdering and torturing:
“When petitioned for more information about what else is unfolding throughout the nation of roughly 30 million people, Venezuela’s Information Ministry refused to respond. But social and independent media sources are telling the world everything it needs to know about the nature of socialism in action. “They’re hunting. The people are hungry!” one individual stated in a video posted to social media that depicted roughly a dozen men running around a lush pasture chasing a cow. When they finally caught the bovine, they beat it to death – along with another 300 animals, according to Paparoni.
At the same time, looters are apparently plundering food trucks, state-run markets, and other sources of food wherever they can find them. A 50-year-old veteran by the name of Zuley Urdaneta says he recently witnessed the looting of both a food truck and a food collection center, both of which were looted dry of everything they had. “They knocked down the gates and looted flour, rice, cooking oil, cooking gas,” Urdaneta is quoted as saying. “The police and the National Guard tried to control the situation by giving out what was left.”
Venezuela is an extreme case of socialism, but much of the West is following in its footsteps in some way through centralist policies which make countries highly vulnerable. Numerous articles have reported on the concerning economic state of almost all of the West, as we sail ever-closer to economic collapse:
The nice quiet suburbs are only three days away from chaos, if the system shuts down, by economic collapse or nuclear war: