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Venezuelan Refuge Warns What Far Left Is up to in Removing Statues

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    "Why do I even worry about some silly little statues coming down or some silly little street names changing? Why do I care?

    It's because the last time I didn't care about this, I was a teenager. I have already lived through this thing when I was living in Venezuela. Statues came down, Chavez didn't want that history displayed. And then he changed the street names. Then came the school curriculum. Then some movies couldn't be shown, then certain TV channels, and so on and so forth.

    You guys think it can't happen to you, I've heard this so many times. But always be on guard. Never believe something can't happen to you. You need to guard your country and your society or it will be destroyed.

    We didn't believe it could happen to us. Most Venezuelans - Cubans warned us - and we were like, 'This is Venezuela, we know about freedom. That's not going to happen here.' Yet it happened. And there are literally a lot of people wanting to destroy the U.S."


    – Elizabeth Rogliani


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