Note from Venezuela

I asked a childhood friend about conditions in Venezuela. She is a doctor. Her is her reply (remember, socialism can’t be voluntary):

“LIFE IN VENEZUELA HAS BECOME TERRIBLE.  WE ARE EVERYDAY
> WITH ONE OF THE HIGHEST COUNTRIES OF HIGH CRIME.  THERE IS
> NO FOOD AT ALL.  THE HIGHEST INFLATION IN THE WORLD.
> PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD THINK WE LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY BUT IT
> IS NOT TRUE.  THERE IS NO
>  MEANS OF OBJECTIVE NEWS.  THE GOV.  OWNS ALMOST ALL THE
> MEDIA.  SEVEN MILLION OF US VOTED AGAINST THE PRESIDENT AND
> WE WHANT TO IMPEACH HIM BUT IT HAS BEEN VERY DIFFICULT.
> THIS 20 TIL THE 24TH SOME OF US HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO GO AND
> VERIFY OUR SIGNITURE AND
>  FINGER PRINTS.  NONE OF MY FAMILY WERE SELECTED BUT I AM
> THE ONLY ONE TO GO.  THERE IS NO WATER.  NO ELECTRICITY.
> ONLY THEY PUT ELECTRICITY FOR A FEW HOURS DURING THE DAY.
> THERE IS NO SOAP, CHAMPU, HIGINE TOWELS, ETC… I JUST GOT
> BACK FROM BOSTON WERE MY
>  GRAND-CHILDREN LIVE AND BROUGHT IN MY TWO BAGS, FOOD, RICE,
> ETC… FOR THE FAMILY.  MANY PEOPLE ARE IN PRISON JUST
> BECAUSE THEY SAY NO TO THIS SYSTEM.  AFTER FOUR OR FIVE PM.
> IT IS DANGEROUS TO GO OUT.  MY CAR WAS STOLEN.  THERE IS
> PROHIBITION TO BUY DOLLARS.
>  SO THERE ARE TWO SYSTEMS.  EATHER YOU ASK THE GOV. FOR A
> VERY LIMITED AMOUNT.  FOUR HUNDRED A YEAR WHICH YOU NEVER
> GET .  OR YOU BUY IT IN THE BLACK MARKET AT AN OUTRAGES
> PRICE.  ONE DOLLAR CAN BE ONE THOUSAND BOLIVARES OR MAYBE
> MORE.  THE GOV .  SAYS THAT
>  ONE DOLLAR IS 12 BOLIVARES.  GAS IS THE ONLY THING SHIP.
> BUT NOT FOR US BECAUSE THE SALARY IS VERY VERY LOW.  IN A
> FAMILY OF FOUR EVERYONE HAS TO WORK.  IF THERE ARE KIDS
> THEY EAT ONLY ONE MEAL A DAY.  AND IS NOT A BALANCE MEAL AT
> ALL.
>
>
>
> EVERYTHING THAT IS PUBLISHED INTERNATIONALLY IS ALL A LIE
> BECAUSE IS ONLY WHAT THE GOV. WANTS THE WORLD TO HEAR.  IN
> MY FAMILY WE ALL HAD TO TAKE OUR CHILDREN OUT.  THERE IS NO
> SECURITY AT ALL.  THE PROPERTY THE GOV. CAN TAKE IT IF THEY
> WANT IT.  THEY HAVE
>  TAKEN ALL THE MAIN INDUSTRIES AND BROKE THEM.  WHEN THE
> PETROLEUM WAS HIGH EVERYONE ATE. NOW THE PETROLEUM IS LOW SO
> THERE IS NO FOOD.  WE HAVE TO IMPORT EVERYTHING AND THERE
> IS NO MONEY.”

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One response to “Note from Venezuela

  1. This must sound like paradise to The Bern and to Crooked Hillary.  The only thing the good doctor left out was the availability of 72 virgins.  If I was she, I wouldn’t go to have my signature verified.  The Venezuela version of the NSA will be monitoring and she may never be seen again.

    Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone

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