Ecuador fights for Socialism. Capitalism is a bad word. What they do not know !

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“Communism proposes to enslave men by force, socialism in Ecuador proposes to slave men by vote.

Communism and Socialism:  It is merely the difference between murder and suicide.”

During the last Democratic debate, when journalist Jorge Ramos asked Democratic presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders, about his support for Venezuela and its socialist dictators, Hugo Chavez and now, Nicholas Maduro, Bernie Sanders lied to the world and the American people!

Sanders said he meant Sweden, not Venezuela.  But Sanders is on *record as a huge cheerleader for the socialist revolution in Venezuela (he is also on tape cheering Fidel Castro’s Communist revolution too).

Sander’s website once stated that the American Dream was more likely to be found in Caracas than the United States of America.  Then one day a few years ago, he quietly removed that statement from his website.

It is known that “Today, once middle-class Venezuelans eat their pets and dig through garbage cans for food.” Do we in Ecuador want to be and do  the same ?

We are also told that some desperate Venezuelan mothers have crossed the border into Colombia to sell their bodies for groceries they cannot find or afford in Venezuela.

Do not be deceived, Socialism always leads to hunger, despair, indignities, repression, and death.

Sadly, here in Ecuador, and as long as I remember,  we have learned, with deceit from Fidel Castro, Che-Guevara, Rafael Correa and other charlatans, and the majority of college students have swallowed the lie  that socialism is good. Students are falling hard for half-truths because they are historically and economically illiterate or in some cases they take their freedom and prosperity for granted, until they become responsible adults and have to deal with the realities of life.

“It’s overwhelming and demoralizing to think about single handedly taking on the education monopoly, the moves such as those from Hollywood, big tech industry and the formidable social media influence from some politically corrupt leaders such as Rafael Correa, Patino, and others who are still in power today and ruling with a moderate President, Moreno and other cheerleaders for socialism. But you don’t have to!  Like most things, the answer lies close to home. It starts with parents and grandparents who often don’t appreciate that they are the first and most powerful teachers in a child’s life. But we must start early because teaching good values to our children starts early.”

If we don’t pass good values and good ideas from the sacred book (Bible) on to our children, there’s a generation of desperate Venezuelans and a young, Chinese college students all over the world and in the USA, such as in Wisconsin who can tell us what our future will look like.

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This article was originally taken from an article from:

Rachel Campos-Duffy  who is a Fox News Contributor and a mother of eight. Her debut children’s book, “Paloma Wants to be Lady Freedom”  – inspired by real-life events – is a story about a little girl’s adventure inside the U.S. Capitol where she learns lessons about patriotism, courage and her immigrant father’s journey to citizenship (Regnery Kids, 2019).