How Socialism Ruined Venezuela

When I was a kid, my parents told me that socialism was the way to go. They said that if everyone had an equal share of everything, no one would be poor, and everyone would be happy. But then I talked to a guy who grew up in Venezuela and had lived there as a socialist. He said that things weren’t quite so great. He said some people got really rich and others lost everything. That seemed like a pretty bad deal to me. So why did they do it? Well, they didn’t have much choice because the country ran out of money! The only way they could keep going was by borrowing from other countries, but eventually those countries stopped lending money because Venezuela wasn’t making enough money to pay them back.

socialism ruins countries

Socialism is a failed ideology. It is not a good idea, and it is not the answer to any of our problems. As we approach the 2020 US Presidential election cycle, you should be aware that many candidates will try to pull you into this trap. They want us to believe that socialism is somehow a better way of doing things than capitalism, but it’s not true! Socialism fails because people are greedy and selfish by nature, so they will always try to get something for nothing by voting for politicians who promise them handouts from other people’s hard work – but these handouts can only come from capital markets or government spending: either way they’re rooted in theft (which violates human rights).

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Socialism also fails because it leads directly toward totalitarianism through centralization: one person at the top (the “dictator”) has all power over everyone else below him/her; this allows dictatorial regimes like Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez regime which was founded on socialist principles – including nationalization of industries such as oil production – resulting eventually in total collapse due lack resources needed sustain itself through continuous warfare with neighboring countries over border disputes.”

venezuela is better under capitalism

As you can see, Venezuela is better off under capitalism. Socialism is a failed ideology and Venezuelans are suffering from its consequences. Socialism has ruined this country and it needs to be changed so that people can live in peace again.

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socialism is a failed ideology

Socialism is a failed ideology. It has failed in every country it has been tried. The Soviet Union, Cuba, China and Venezuela are all examples of this.

There is no doubt that living standards have improved since Chavez came to power but he did so by spending the country’s money on social programs rather than investing in industries or infrastructure like other countries have done.

Socialism won’t work because it doesn’t account for individual people’s needs and wants, nor does it provide incentives for people to work hard (like free market capitalism).

Conclusion

Venezuela has long been an example of how socialism destroys a country. The people are starving, and the government is doing nothing to help them. We know that when capitalism is left unchecked it can lead to problems as well, but there is no question that socialism has failed Venezuela and will continue to fail countries in the future unless we do something about it.

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