President Maduro calls to “vaccinate the country against fascism”

During the ceremony for the Simón Bolívar National Journalism Award, President Nicolás Maduro launched four lines to strengthen communication in our country and “vaccinate the country against fascism and violence.”

The first of these lines, for which he blamed the Ministers of Communication and Information, Freddy Ñáñez, and the Minister of Culture, Ernesto Villegas, for “vaccinating the country against fascism”, in view of the campaigns carried out by the political right to return to the path of violence.

“They want to raise a campaign in Venezuela again to lead us to a fratricidal confrontation. Communicators, let’s not allow fascism to poison Venezuela again,” asked the president, who said that this scenario “would be a leap backwards.”

As a second line, the head of state called to defend the truth of Venezuela, “a new narrative based on the truth, of a republic of justice, full of rights.”

Third, the president asked to strengthen critical thinking, to look for faults wherever they hide. “It must be cultivated in everyone, because today everything circulates on social networks. They have their algorithms and they send children a type of content, young people a type of content. So you have to create a critical conscience, a cultured conscience”

Finally, he urged to investigate and disseminate the affirmative Venezuelan “the new Venezuela that is being born.” He questioned that many times the negative is imposed in the media to the detriment of the good that the men and women of Venezuela do.

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