In a meaningful message; President Trump in a crucial foreign policy dissertation in Miami; to a group of Venezuelans, announced that the militant country’s “current path toward democracy is irreversible,” and stated a distinct judgment that globally “socialism is dying”.
In a large number of admonishments that socialism seems to be singled out as much as Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua as it was at Democrats in Congress.
President Trump remarked:
“We know that socialism is not about justice, it’s not about equality, it’s not about lifting up the poor — it’s about one thing only: power for the ruling class. And, the more power they get, the more they crave. They want to run health care, run transportation, and finance, run energy, education, run everything. They want the power to decide who wins and who loses, who’s up and who’s down, what’s true and what’s false, and even who lives and who dies.”
In front of a favorable and boisterous large number of people at Florida International University in Miami, President Trump made a proclamation, surrounded by large American and Venezuelan flags, “This will never happen to us. … America will never be a socialist country.”
President Trump has made a solemn promise as Democrats have proposed an evolving agenda of “Medicare-for-all,” free college tuition, minimum wage increases, and even guaranteed basic income.
“When Venezuela is free, and Cuba is free, and Nicaragua is free, this will become the first free hemisphere in all of human history,” President Trump stated.
The speech was subsequent that President Trump declared vigorously and has chastised what he has called “the horrors of socialism, communism” and massive wealth confiscation” a short time ago, following his indistinguishable promise throughout the State of the Union address that “America will never be a socialist country.”
President Trump stated;
“We know the truth about socialism in Venezuela, in Cuba, in Nicaragua, and all around the world. Socialism promises prosperity, but it delivers poverty, “Socialism promises unity, but it delivers hatred and it delivers division. Socialism promises a better future, but it always returns to the darkest chapters of the past. That never fails. It always happens. Socialism is a sad and discredited ideology rooted in total ignorance of history and human nature, which is why socialism, eventually, must always give rise to tyranny — which it does. Socialists profess a love of diversity, but they always insist on absolute conformity. The results have been catastrophic. Almost 90 percent of Venezuelans now live in poverty. In 2018, hyperinflation in Venezuela exceeded one million percent. Crippling shortages of food and medicine plague the country. Socialism has so completely ravaged this great country that even the world’s largest reserves of oil are no longer enough to keep the lights on.”