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Revealing growth of Chavista totalitarianism against Venezuelans

Chavismo, after the Cuban Castro dictatorship, is the regime that has been in power for the longest time in an authoritarian manner on the American continent. Thanks to this group of transnational organized crime, the population of Venezuela has decreased and has aged, the mortality rate has increased, the birth rate has decreased, the size and weight of the people have decreased, there are more than 5% of child malnutrition and life expectancy has decreased dramatically. In a nutshell, Chavismo is making Venezuelans extinct.

To achieve all this, it has structured from power an apparatus of totalitarian domination, which has degraded people to the point of stripping them of their human dignity, from the social and political point of view, to the family and private point of view. Let’s explore some aspects of this system.

It has created a political, civil and military police, together with a judicial system that only responds to the revolution, that is, it does not respond to justice. This is how they can “legally” torture, imprison, terrorize, kill, persecute, harass and defame anyone they consider a threat to the revolution. For example, for Chavismo the murder of Oscar Perez is legal, as well as the murder of Nehomar Lander; It was legal to torture Captain Caguaripano until destroying his intimate parts with electricity, just as it was legal for them to keep Lorent Saleh without seeing sunlight for months and with a permanently freezing temperature in a 2×2 cell.

But before imprisoning, Chavismo spies and watches over its victim. That is why personal, private information is totally used against people to monitor their routines and sensitive information. While in the world there are laws for the protection of data and personal information, in Venezuela it is precisely those in power who force all institutions to feed their intelligence structures with this information to monitor citizens and intimidate them if necessary.

Chavismo, by denying people the right to the privacy of their personal information, to life and private initiative, to freedom of choice and expression, disintegrates awareness of elements that stimulate man to build a society based on the sense of duty, responsibility, and discipline, together with solidarity and love. This is so, in other words, because the attack on the right that people have to want and decide about themselves is stunted and thus hinders the possibility of developing freely based on what is the source of their most basic motivations: their family, their faith or their country. Can you imagine living without the certainty of feeling safe and free at home, in your church or in your country?

In this sense, man cannot individually think of acting to protect his private environment. If he cannot do this, he much less can think of the possibility of associating with others to achieve common goals. With totalitarianism, political action is eliminated as a normal activity that cultivates civilization. Thus, the totalitarian regime imposes revolutionary action, which is nothing more than the agenda that only and exclusively proposes the regime.

Thus, we see how Chavismo does not want Venezuelans to be free and educated people, but people with specific behaviors, far from their own Venezuelan identity. But let’s not forget that Chavismo has closed or bought media outlets and censorship. Likewise, it has a platform on social networks, such as Twitter, in which it pays people to manage false accounts that position trends. He physically assaults journalists, or destroys their work instruments. The last case against Venezuelan journalism was stealing the facilities of El Nacional.

In short, Chavismo continues to strengthen its apparatus of totalitarian domination in the country: the Telefónica company said in its transparency report that the regime requested to intercept 861,004 Venezuelan telephone lines and ordered the blocking of more than 30 websites in the country. How many telephone lines are involved from Digitel and Movilnet? How many other websites do they not have blocked? Millions of people are spied on in Venezuela, making the Chavista regime the most totalitarian regime on the American continent in the 21st century.


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José Martí
José Martí
Nacionalista cubano, poeta, filósofo, ensayista, periodista, traductor, profesor y editor.

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