Cuba's new President Miguel Diaz-Canel flew to Caracas for his first foreign trip as head of state, a show of solidarity for Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro, a fellow Marxist.
"I pledge to you that no matter how big the challenges, you can count on Cuba today and forever," Diaz-Canel said after meeting Maduro in the Miraflores presidential palace.
"Venezuela now needs our solidarity," he earlier told Venezuela's Constituent Assembly, a pro-government legislative super body.
Both Venezuela and Cuba are examples of what the Obama intended for the United States when he promised that he would fundamentally transform the United States. Both Venezuela and Cuba are examples of what happens to a nation when they adopt the programs now being offered by the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) here in the United States.
Marx called capitalism evil. Marx condemned capitalism because he encourages competition. Marx condemned capitalism because it encourages individuals to strive to fulfill their individual potential even when that means by the individual excelling they violate the limited standards of the collective and members of the collective feel inadequate. The Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) now punish the individuals who excel academically, financially, or any other way by demonizing their achievement because it might feel a member of the collective as being inadequate.
If Americans want to know what Obama and his fellow comrades desire for America, all they have to do is look south to Cuba and Venezuela. Obama wanted to normalize our relations with Cuba because he identifies with the policies implemented in both Cuba and Venezuela.
Cuba and Venezuela are not unique in their failure. They are what every country has become who adopts and embraces the “Hope and Change” promised by the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats). “Hope and Change” has only and can only result in a society that becomes a nation in total social and financial decay.
It is far more difficult, because it requires far more effort and responsibility on the part of the individual citizens, to embrace and be a part of an individualist society. But the rewards are so much greater. Freedom and independence are never easy to acquire and maintain, but the rewards and satisfaction are oh so much greater. Fellow Freedom Loving Americans, let us never stop fighting for freedom and liberty, because the result is so worth it.