Withstanding the trendy foreign aid and Red Cross fueled retreats and attempts to rebuild Haiti’s infrastructure, Venezuela is the new media darling on the world stage and pitting the apparent pratfalls of the free market system against a socialistic nightmare.
In the latest incident of the mainstream press attempting to synthesize the crises in the imploding economy of the once prosperous South American nation and pandering to the shrouded totalitarian notions of Bolivarianism, Britain’s media once again earns the gold star of the dubious.
An economic smear and destroy campaign led by US corporations is the alleged facilitator in the disdain and suffering of the Venezuelan people, as price gouging on a global scale has lead to rampart poverty and starvation. The only detrimental fuel product exported South is the propensity of certain individuals and groups towards the worship of radicals and a political dogma that is not worth the paper it is written on. It is a disconcerting trend on university campuses with the complete infatuation and study of martyrs combined with a complete lack of understanding for the ongoing victims who live in societies where self-defense and self-preservation is notably absent from party members. Nowhere in the article is there a mention of the presence of an ominous and dangerous government entity absorbed in corruption and the cannibalization of a society. Examining the rampart rate of inflation and the unchecked growth of a bureaucratic nightmare, the complete lack of support for a private and competitive economic climate has correlated with a foreseeable disaster. In the wake of plummeting oil prices thanks to the discovery a plethora of financially viable resources and the onset of technologies in refinement, the proverbial writing was literally beckoning in florescent gaudiness on the wall, a situation that the Venezuelan government was ill-equipped to handle on all levels, besides the full-scale launch of a nationwide propaganda campaign on cold war Soviet proportions.
The most blatant and foisted principle offered by the article’s author, who allegedly spent time attempting to secure food along with a nearly starving middle class of white collar professionals and academics, is a complete aversion to the blatant truth of the effects of totalitarianism. It is a widely held notion that residents of the beleaguered notion, who have relocated and are currently prospering in the US, share a complete dichotomy in philosophy and viewpoint to the idea that blood laden with liberty, is thicker than oil.
As citizens of Venezuela desperately and heroically attempt to impeach the current regime and endure the arduous climb from the depths of the despondency canyon and once again attain the foundation of societal buoyancy, the adversary of the modern press rears its ugly head and laden with the dense concept of agenda.
Read the BBC article here.