I LEFT VENEZUELA, BUT VENEZUELA HAS NOT LEFT ME. Soon, I will be back to Venezuela (for holidays) and share in the joy with my family and friends because the Castro-Chavista regime no longer exists; because the corrupt socialist elite have fled the country with a warrant for their arrest by international authorities; because democracy and freedom has returned home; because this violent regime is extinct; because a new & progressive government has been established to advance and strengthen Venezuela's economy; because the manufacturing sector is working again; because students feel safe at school again; because Venezuelans feel productive and contributing to a better Venezuela; because Venezuelans feel a bit safer on the streets; because crime rates are at all-time lows; because students have a bright future to look forward to; because the many regime supporters that remain will say "WE ARE SORRY, WE WERE BLIND"; because the regime no longer harbours criminals who help them intimidate and kill Venezuelans; because Venezuelans will be able to get milk at the store without fighting their neighbors; because a new generation of heroes and freedom fighters "our students" will be the new liberators of Venezuela; because mothers and fathers, sons and daughters continued the fight against the authoritarian and repressive regime of Maduro and his band of thugs; because Maduro and his band of thugs have been arrested, judged and sentenced to prison for their crimes and human right violations; and finally because Venezuela is going to show the world that "YES, THEY CAN", even though the world is not supporting them like they must. PLEASE HELP VENEZUELANS fighting for freedom.
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