Cattle Ranches Under Siege by Starving Venezuelan Cow Killers
by Daniel Faeburgh
As fear and degradation continue to grip the urban communities of Venezuela, rural cattle ranches are under siege as well. An increase in starvation brought about by the chaos there has forced a great many Venezuelan to utilize old and unorthodox tactics to become cow killers. Cattle ranches are under siege from mobs of people who are in agony as they starve. For approximately the past three months, hundreds of thousands of cattle have been killed. A video of a cattle ranch under siege in January of this year shows just how desperate the situation for Venezuelans has become.
VIDEO: Venezuelan Cow Killers
No big deal, right? it’s Venezuela, not the United States. It’s just another country mired in horrific violence while we, as Americans, get on with our lives. That turmoil is over there, thus it poses no threat to the United States. What’s scary is that that’s exactly what the Venezuelans use to think and say.
President Reagan once talked about the collapse of the United States by eluding to the fact that if and when she collapses, her undoing will begin inside our nation and not outside of it. And so it was with Venezuela. In 1992 Hugo Chavez attempted a coup d’etat against the Venezuelan government. Unsuccessful in overthrowing the government, he was jailed. Six years later, after having become a free man, Chavez ran for the presidency of Venezuela. He won. Chavez rode into office on a promise of giving power to the people. He would remain in office until his death in 2013. Hand-picked by Chavez to be his heir, Nicolas Maduro is now at the helm and is desperately trying to hold onto power.
Why is Maduro having problems? The people of Venezuela are fed up. They’re sick of the empty promises of leaders with empty skulls. For twenty years they’ve watched as their country descended into chaos under democratic socialist systems initiated and maintained by both Chavez and Maduro. Venezuela was one of the wealthiest nations in Latin America before Chavez. Thanks to socialism, it now lies in ruin as a people, many of them innocent, lose their lives as opposition forces mount a formidable fight against the Maduro regime. Over the weekend the crisis escalated when international aid in the forms of mostly food and medicine were not permitted to come into Venezuela according to Maduro’s orders. God Bless all of the Venezuelan people who long for freedom.
Today in the United States one may call him or herself a democrat socialist, and no one even bats an eye. WHAT IN THE HELL? WAKE UP AMERICA! All of this pathetic usurpation of power is a process. Hugo Chavez never used the word communist to describe himself. Why? The Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. To the international community that was the death blow to communism. Socialism avoids the whole communist mantra of death and destruction, but I ask of you: What in the hell is the difference? They both constitute redistribution of wealth for a more equitable socioeconomic system. Okay. Good. Bravo Karl Marx! It was a grand idea but it never worked, because it stifles freedom, liberty, innovation, ingenuity, etc.
To all my socialist American comrades out there, you cannot play God. This is not Heaven, so perfection does not exist. Taking everyone else’s wealth and having an enormous million person bureaucracy redistribute it has to be one of the most asinine things I have ever heard in my life. I’ll be damned if this nation is going to sit idly by and allow Marxism to fester and grow here, the very essence of what freedom is. Millions of Americans need to pick up a history book as soon as possible. HELLO!!! History repeats itself. This socialism bit was thrown on the ash heap of history decades ago. It was tried in many places. It succeeded NOWHERE! We shall never be Venezuela. We shall never be socialists. And for the love of the Almighty himself, I will never feel the bern (burn), because it sounds painful.
THE BERN IS FEELIN’ THE BERN!!!