Venezuela is in the Process of Political Cleansing

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro has said he wants a million more people to join his civilian militia by the end of the year (2019).

“With your rifles on your shoulders, be ready to defend the fatherland and dig the furrow to plant the seeds to produce food for the community, for the people,” Maduro recently told the crowd of militia members.

In his tiny brain pickled in communist excreta, he appears to believe that he is, in fact, Lenin, that quotation is the kind of thing that Lenin loved to espouse as he hacked his way through the murder of a hundred thousand innocents.

The Leninist belief in the one-party state was and is characteristic of every communist regime” and “the Bolshevik use of violence was repeated in every communist revolution.” Phrases said by Vladimir Lenin, and Cheka founder Felix Dzerzhinsky were deployed all over the world.

Lenin to his colleagues in the Bolshevik government: “If we are not ready to shoot a saboteur and White Guardist, what sort of revolution is that?”

Under this type of Leninist type of communism, which is often mixed with Marxism to create the heading and badge Marxist-Leninist, one can expect the need to cleanse the populace of right-wing and bourgeoisie or even the petite-bourgeoisie who simply have anti-revolutionary ideas.

Lenin’s murder figures stand at around 100,000. Stalin’s, of course, exceed 14–27 million depending on who you believe, but you have to remember that neither of these men went around slaughtering people themselves. Deaths were often results of policy.

Maduro’s call to expand his civilian militia is a call to form a revolutionary guard of armed peasants’ to unleash on the people at his command, a one-sided civil war. A civil war where only one side is armed to enable the slaughter of the opposers. A war that will further reduce the opposition to the revolution.

The mass exodus of Venezuelans is understood by all the Caribbeans’ Marxist-Leninist supporters and leaders, such as Vincentian leader Ralph Gonsalves and many others. That is why not one of them has criticised Maduro for the exodus of almost 4 million Venezuelans. That is why they have solidarity with Maduro. They know that the exodus of the unwanted prospective counter-revolutionary is necessary and means less for slaughter later.

Many Cubans fled from or left the island of Cuba. Those people consisted of two primary groups loosely defined by the period occurring before and after the Mariel boat lift of the 1980s. The pre-Mariel group consisted of the mostly middle and upper classes of the island who fled due to fear of widespread reprisals after the communist takeover led by Fidel Castro in the late 1950s-1970s.

The large exodus of Cubans to the United States since the 1959 Cuban Revolution. More than 1 million Cubans of all classes and racial groups live outside Cuba (including those born abroad), especially in the United States, and other countries.

The majority of the 1,172,899 current Cuban exiles living in the United States live in Florida (917,033 in 2014), mainly in Miami-Dade County, where more than a third of the population is Cuban. Other exiles have relocated to form substantial Cuban communities in New York City (16,416), Louisville, KY (6,662), Houston, TX (6,233), Los Angeles (6,056), Union City, NJ (4,970) and others.

The Cuban Castro government invited those who wanted to leave to go. The exodus was invited, meant less for the slaughter which prevailed under Castro, and sometimes at his very hands.

So let it be understood that those who leave Venezuela at some point will be cut off and not be allowed to return to Venezuela. The political cleaning process will be final as far as they are concerned.

Let this be a warning to the US about the fermentation of communism in the United States and the growing wave of left-wing socialists like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who has put a brash, fresh face on unapologetic socialism in the United States.

Can Americans – or even Democrats – get behind her? None of whom have criticised Maduro. None of whom have criticised the exodus of the Venezuelan people.

“I am so sick of the one percent getting this preferential treatment,” Sanders snarls. “Enough is enough! We need to unite and work together if we’re all going to get through this.”  “Sounds like socialism to me,” observes David.

“DEMOCRATIC socialism,” Sanders corrects him. “Ah, what’s the difference?” “Huge difference,” says Sanders. “Huge.”

Most countries have the socialist element lurking in the background, even Britain who has Jeremy Corbyn the Labour party leader, none of those socialists condemn the Maduro action or behaviour, because they are all in solidarity with him, hoping and dreaming one day to follow the same path in their own respective countries.

British Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, said that the intervention in Venezuela and the call for sanctions against the government of Nicolas Maduro are “wrong” and that only Venezuelans have the right to decide their destiny.

“The future of Venezuela is a matter for Venezuelans. The request of the U.K. Secretary of Foreign Affairs Jeremy Hunt for further sanctions against Venezuela is wrong” said Corbyn in a tweet he posted about the political situation in Venezuela.

“We oppose outside interference in Venezuela, whether from the US or anywhere else. There needs to be dialogue and a negotiated settlement to overcome the crisis” concluded Corbyn, thus opposing the recognition of Juan Guaido as “interim president” of Venezuela, any interference in the affairs of another country through sanctions and any hypothesis of military intervention.

Bernie Sanders warned against the “unintended consequences” of foreign intervention in Venezuela.

Understand that what is happening in Venezuela is a carefully planned procedure that can only be stopped with regime change. The Venezuelan people are unable to bring about regime change themselves they are fighting a battle with an entrenched dictator supported by the Cuban trained and controlled military.

Russia, China and Iran support Maduro so as they can continue raping the uranium and gold pile with the lubrication of Venezuela’s oil.

All of this communist activity in the Americas and the Caribbean emanates from Cuba the cancer of the hemisphere, who has been bathing in Venezuelan oil for years now. If the Castros’ had been politically castrated years ago, none of this would be happening today.

“communism is where you are ruled by a dictator, capitalism is truly free”.

Jolly Green

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