by J.G. Martinez D., The Organic Prepper:
One of the most devastating facts that I recently realized we have to deal with is with the changes in the very fabric of society associated with a collapse of this kind. We are seeing a breakdown of the society we once had and it is turning into something desperate and dangerous.
If the LEOs were a necessity, the possibility of access to a justice system like the one we had before is unlikely.
Not that in Venezuela we were excellent with this, but…in the cities there was some degree of personal security, especially in some high-ranked neighborhood in Caracas. I remember the mayor of Chacao, Irene Saez, gaining huge prestige in this area, as she founded a special police force, with an emphasis on honesty, ethical and moral values. They were among the best selected personnel in the country during those years.
Vice, violence, and corruption
Unfortunately, that belongs to the past. Vice and corruption is widely spread in the entire society, regardless of the stratus you look at, ranging from the food and medicines dealers in the streets, up to the highest level. You know what I mean.
I don’t want even to imagine what it would be living in a big city with over one or two million people these days. Having being robbed at knife point in my college years, I know that this is an experience that I don’t want to repeat again.
Statistically, the probabilities are much greater, and the modus operandi is now much more violent. If the robbers are drugged enough, they won’t care to shoot anyone in the head just because. They know that any investigation will be overwhelmed by the humongous volume of dead bodies. Just in very special cases will an investigation be done. Resources, both human and material, are scarce.
Workers are scarce now.
A large part of the migrant population has left their kids with their elders, with the grandmothers in their golden years mostly, in order to increase their mobility and chances to find some productive work faster. This means that the labor force in the country has decreased.
A lot of young teachers and professors of all levels of education have left. Not to mention that the number of kids in the schools is less and less. Of course, this is perfect for the current status quo. They intend to re-educate whoever is left, from the shreds of the former society. Those who left are the most reluctant, those who understood the value of freedom, mostly. Those who feel the need to earn a decent life working instead of waiting for some government food card, and that were smart enough to see what was coming.
3 generations of Venezuelans will soon be extinct or gone
And what is this cataclysm coming? I have seen already that they need to generate the extinction of 3 generations, just to control the next coming ones. It happened in Russia already. Happened in Cuba, and in China.
They dream of predation of the resources in South America, and need to wipe out any resistance of their indigenous population before they do that. Too bad for them, this person who writes for you happens to be a member of such population. That won’t be achieved. Our soil is about to be stained with the filthy rotting carcass of the invaders. Happened before, it is about to happen now.
My generation, and that one after me had enough resilience to leave and work in other countries. My precedent generation is slowly dying because of the lack of medicines and proper feeding in their golden years. The generation after me, has been unable to study and progress because it can’t feed itself nor have any access to medical care. Much fewer good paid jobs or housing.
It is a social holocaust.
Do you see now what I mean about the social holocaust these band has generated? Do you think I am exaggerating?
No one deserves that. We did not VOTE for this. Our national identification records was intervened by the Cubans, under Uncle Hugo’s regime, check the facts. Check the news website of those years, between 2003 and 2012-14. The election system, an electronic platform has been hacked and it is not reliable any longer. Smarmatic, the company that was once in charge of our election, has even declared that they can not offer trustable results any longer, and then fled the country in a hurry, because the thugs in power were going to put them in jail.
With crude at $120, it becomes easy to promise an allowance for each mother and her kids. Under 60$ a barrel…well, you are lucky if you can continue sitting in the chair without being killed by a bunch of angry people.
Those stories I read about people in Cuba that worked in the state-owned cement company that stole a couple of spoons each day from the transporting belts, in their pockets, to add some improvements to their homes, have become the day to day now in my Venezuela. Not just with cement, because all the production is controlled by the military, and goes to large buildings that are being built in a hurry, property of the thugs that need to launder as much money as possible.
Venezuela is dying.
Come on people. Anyone who believes that the country is not dying should think seriously in taking a plane and see by themselves. I guarantee a nice welcome committee in the airport. Any foreigner will be seen as a potential spy by the Pretorian guards.