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Leslie Brown

Wow, just wow. We are to fear God, and respect Him so I’ll bet HE is pretty T.O.’d at what is going on in socialist Venezuela. They had better put on some asbestos underwear but soon!

The modeled prayer by Christ in the Bible is the Lord’s prayer. Now Venezuela in their humanistic theology called SOCIALISM dares mock God by replacing His name with that of Chavez (who is DEAD BTW aaaaand has NOT, I repeat NOT risen from the dead). Sooooo, pretty much they’re worshiping a dead man. Good times.

“Our Chavez who art in heaven, the earth, the sea and we delegates,”

“Hallowed be your name, may your legacy come to us so we can spread it to people here and elsewhere. Give us your light to guide us every day,”

“Lead us not into the temptation of capitalism, deliver us from the evil of the oligarchy, like the crime of contraband, because ours is the homeland, the peace and life forever and ever.”

Yikes! I was sorta concerned just “copying and pasting” that “bad boy”! If you had any questions about the direction the world is headed or whether socialism is on the “right or wrong side of the moral fence”, you have been schooled.

God makes it pretty clear in the Bible that He will not be mocked.

Though Chavez died of cancer in March 2013, he remains omnipresent in Venezuela. His photo is plastered all over capital Caracas, state TV frequently airs excerpts of his famously lengthy speeches and supporters sometimes don earrings or pendants with an artistic black-and-white rendition of his eyes.

Chavez won over many poor in oil-rich Venezuela with his massive social programs and frequent attacks of what he deemed a “squalid” business elite. Many feel a spiritual connection with the gregarious former soldier, who also hails from a humble background.

Opponents blast what they see as a detrimental personality cult. They also accuse current President Nicolas Maduro of piggy-backing off his predecessor’s popularity to distract supporters from shortages of basic goods, an annual inflation of around 60 percent, and sky-high crime rates.

Sooo, let’s get this straight. Venezuela’s economy is going down the toilet (without a WIPE even, with their toilet paper shortage*), and they are praising a dead socialist. What could go wrong?

*Hoarding is a crime in Venezuela, where consumers live with chronic shortages of milk, cooking oil, sugar, flour — and, cruelly, toilet paper. But armed security guards patrolling the aisles haven’t kept people from stripping the shelves of cornmeal, coffee and other government-subsidized staples to build their own stockpiles or sell on the black market.

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