Many of the devoted communists in the Obama regime noted what they called the progressive thinking of their fellow comrade, Chavez, who was leader of Venezuela. Comrade Obama himself went to his fellow communist’s domain, the Castro’s in Cuba, and extolled the virtues of the Marxist dictates that leads all these countries that have bought into that communist lie of “hope and change” down that road to tyranny.
This is the result of “hope and change,” “social justice,” “elimination of the evils of greed and competition,” and the results of the elimination of “income inequality” in what was the hallmark of collectivism during the days of Comrade Obama’s regime.
Caracas, Venezuela – A mother cries for her child and a family member has just passed away due to malnutrition. There are many children who have lost their lives because parents do not have enough money to feed them, or in the worst of cases, some have chosen to abandon them to their fate. The economic crisis in Venezuela has claimed thousands of innocent lives, especially the most vulnerable, children.
Venezuela, a modern-day holocaust, has become a country in desolation, many people have decided to leave the country and other people less fortunate have been forced to endure extreme shortages due to the economic impact suffered by the country. To understand the current economic crisis that Venezuela is going through, it is key to understand that the minimum monthly wage in Venezuela is the equivalent of $7 USD or about €5.5 Euro. This amount represents only 1 package of eggs and 1 kilogram of cheese per month. Can you imagine spending $7 a month, the equivalent of getting two cups of coffee? Malnutrition in Venezuela has increased dramatically. Many families have left aside one or two of their daily meals to be able to have more food for the next day. Protein in the Venezuelan diet has drastically decreased.
All sectors of the country have been affected by this terrible crisis. There is a shortage of antibiotics, drugs for cancer, anticoagulants, among other medications necessary to sustain life. Venezuelan hospitals have become chaotic, the diet for patients consists of only rice, birth mothers are unable to feed their babies properly, and newborns have died due to lack of proper medical supplies. Those who have managed to survive are abandoned in garbage dumps or at the doors of orphanages. Many orphanages have accepted more children than they can handle. The Venezuelan government has not given the necessary help to appease all the needs to face this crisis and have not accepted the humanitarian aid offered by other countries. The government has also tried to filter Venezuelan current news.