A voice in millions of Venezuelans against neo-totalitarianism

A voice in millions of Venezuelans against neo-totalitarianism

A voice in millions of Venezuelans against neo-totalitarianism

One voice among millions of Venezuelans is the one that has to resign itself to seeing their children, parents or relatives die at the doors of a hospital because they lack the equipment, supplies and medicines to attend to the right to health that Nicolás Maduro and the madurismo violates without an institution that can sanction them because we do not have democracy, but a neo-totalitarianism.

A voice in millions of Venezuelans is scattered in Latin America and the rest of the world, when more than 6 million compatriots had to emigrate, being practically expelled from Venezuela by a regime that controlled by Nicolás Maduro and the madurismo ended with the oil industry and the rest of the State companies went bankrupt, sinking the economy to survival levels, and whose minimum wage, after remaining non-existent for more than five years, now boasts in speaking of “economic growth” when those incomes, including pensions, are less than a dollar a day, violating the right to food, without an institution that can sanction them because we do not have democracy, but neo-totalitarianism.

One voice among millions of Venezuelans is the same one that day after day has to live with terrible basic services of water, gas and electricity, because a nation with enormous natural resources was destroyed in its aqueduct and power generation systems, and as if Whether in the desert or in the depths of the jungle, entire cities and towns must resist what Nicolás Maduro and madurismo ironically call “living living”, that is, spending months and months without the vital liquid, or “maintaining” without gas and without electricity, for days and weeks, violating the minimum essence of the functioning of a society, without an institution that can sanction them because we do not have democracy, but rather a neo-totalitarianism.

A voice in millions of Venezuelans is in every boy, girl and adolescent who attends destroyed campuses in all their physical infrastructure, without desks, without blackboards, without doors or windows, without toilets, without sports fields, without spaces for recreation, and without the minimum pedagogical and technological materials, because Nicolás Maduro and the madurismo turned education into the toilet paper of their “policies”, and what is worse, student and teacher desertion pulverized what were once classrooms, which now In post-pandemic times, it ended up burying the educational system, without an institution that can sanction them because we do not have democracy, but neo-totalitarianism.

One voice among millions of Venezuelans is the one that hears daily how from the monopolized “State channel” there is talk of “freedom of expression” and “citizens’ privacy”, when dozens of digital media remain blocked, and communication companies assure that More than 2 million telephone lines are “intervened” by the regime of Nicolás Maduro and the madurismo, without an institution that can sanction them because we do not have democracy, but a neo-totalitarianism.

One voice among millions of Venezuelans is one that inside and outside the country calls for a regime that violates the right to identity of citizens when they are prevented from traveling to carry out their academic, professional, sports, commercial, welfare or tourist activities. because the regime of Nicolás Maduro and the madurismo deny them a passport as an essential requirement to be recognized in their citizenship and nationality, without an institution that can sanction them because we do not have democracy, but rather a neo-totalitarianism.

A voice among millions of Venezuelans is one that demands that a declassified, disoriented opposition, and above all without leadership, understand that its time has passed and that they must give way to other voices of those millions of Venezuelans so that Nicolás Maduro’s regime and madurismo materializes in its end together with pseudo-institutions, pseudo-democracy and neo-totalitarianism.

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