Socialism has slowly eroded the functional existence of every aspect of our lives, from our freedom of speech to our economic liberties, our access to healthcare and personal documents to our water supply. Each of these structural collapses â€“ the absence of healthcare, the worthlessness of our currency, systemic corruption in the government and military, and widespread censorship â€“ have affected me personally.
Socialism is a trendy topic in the United States at the moment, which means my story is relevant beyond Venezuelaâ€™s borders. Over the course of this series, I hope to inform American readers about the realities of existence â€“ and survival â€“ in a socialist country. And I hope that by reading my stories, Americans will be forewarned enough that they remain distant stories, rather than firsthand experiences....
Oâ€™ my comrades, in Venezuela we have free health insurance for all, we have abundant amounts of food on the grocery store shelves.
Oâ€™ Comrades we have a great Intelligence Officer in Lincoln, oâ€™ my Comrades we are ever so grateful for our fellow Comrade Bro, in Lincoln.
As he does a great job in spreading the Communist agenda on these SA Fourms!
2 Cor 11:13-15 For such men are false apostles, deceitful workmen, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. So it is no surprise if his servants, also, disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their deeds.
"In a free country, where property rights are protected, you can build and invest and farm and study and invent, secure in the knowledge that when your efforts finally pay off, you will get the rewards. In a socialist state, thereâ€™s no motivation to do more than the minimum necessary to avoid unpleasant consequences.
Yet no matter how repressive the government becomes in its effort to force production, the economy of a socialist state gradually becomes stagnant. You canâ€™t force people to think and innovate. Force can only create fear and silence.
Eventually, the socialist who promised prosperity for all finds that there isnâ€™t enough to go around. Thatâ€™s when you get shortages, starvation and an exodus of people. Sometimes you get a Berlin wall to keep everybody in, or a one-child policy to cut down on the number of mouths to feed." (Susan Shelley) https://www.ocregister.com/2019/01/26/the-socialist-delusion/