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President raises dichotomies in the economic, political and cultural fields

The President criticized the fact that the Western global empire seeks to “impose a model of individualism, selfishness, and loneliness, to dominate us and destroy families.”

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, raised this Thursday dichotomies in the economic, political and cultural fields, which differentiate the model proposed by the Western global empire and the one proposed by the Bolivarians.

After announcing the formation of the Campaign Command “Our Venezuela of the 21st Century” and saying that “a super command” is necessary that manages to unite everything that can be united, he questioned what is happening in the decadent Western imperial culture.

He classified it as “a process of accelerated degradation” where “they want to impose deculturalization and the destruction of our identity on us,” so “the dilemma is between our identity, our values, what is ours or the decline of it.” .

The President criticized the fact that the Western global empire seeks to “impose a model of individualism, selfishness, and loneliness, to dominate us and destroy families,” arguing that for this reason “they want to destroy the nucleus of the family as the basis of society.” , to grab the individual, the being, not as a social being, but as an individual being and subdue him with the phone screens with the neurosis, with the lies, with the tremendous manipulation, they want to destroy families as a nucleus and the values ​​on which which children and young people must be educated, the values ​​of respect for the father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, family love, family unity.”

As a reflection, President Maduro insisted that there is the dichotomy: “Between the decadent model of individualism, a destructive one that ends in drugs and the self-destruction of the human being or the defense of the right to the family as the core of society and family values.

Along these lines, he compared that the Bolivarians and the Chavistas “reestablish ourselves with the values ​​of the family, of refounding the family and we Christians reestablish it in the values ​​of Christ the Redeemer.”

In the field of economics, he exemplified with the question: “What is the model proposed by the Western global empire, the evil empire: Colonize our economy, take away our natural resources, treat us as a backyard and steal in the case of Venezuela , the immense wealth that is ours, is not your imperialists', it is not your surnames, it is not your puppets, is it the people of Venezuela? The wealth in oil, gas, minerals, water, arable land and the beauty of an increasingly brilliant Venezuela.”

He emphasized: “What is the dichotomy between being economic slaves or being free with a new, sovereign, productive, diversified economic model that satisfies the needs of the country and has an export vocation and is an example in the world?”

In political matters, the head of state stressed that the separation is much clearer "between a president who is manipulable, weak, a puppet, a jerk, dependent, without experience, without leadership" or a "president with leadership, with experience, with people, brave , not manipulable, not weak. There the political dichotomy. A president who is the people, a president who responds with his face, with energy, who can walk with the people, because he comes from right there. There is the dichotomy,” he insisted, as well as in the field of culture, identity, family, “that completely differentiates us, because to say family is to say community, and to say community is to say Homeland.”

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