Día De La Independencia Venezuela.

On July 5th 2022 it is the Venezuelan Independence Day that is known as, Día De La Independencia Venezuela in the Spanish language. Venezuela was part of the Spanish Empire that claimed independence in 1811.

I appreciated that Senator Marco Antonio Rubio (R-FL) directed our attention to this day earlier via a Tweet. As I once again reiterate the importance of in-keeping the United States of America’s bilateral and multilateral relations with foreign nations in Latin / South America. Even as relations may not be per democratic dialogues, or perceived as required, eventually I think that Venezuela and Venezuelan leadership will recognize that dialogue with the United States of America will happen, although there was conversation and dialogue earlier with President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Juan Gerardo Guaidó Márquez, when the Summit of Americas was to take place.

The relations with President Nicolás Maduro Moros may not be as the President Biden Administrations’ desire, but I am glad that there are caring individuals such as Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) that raise the awareness for the people of Venezuela, that are living in a hostage style life. In forced conditions, vulnerable, fragile and most likely feel that there isn’t any other way of living and life for them.

Venezuela is a country that is also known as The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. This nation is an abundance resource nation, however; the political and humanitarian crisis of Venezuela has created conditions such as poverty, homelessness, health and food insecurity, that has overshadowed the beauty and beauteous lands of Venezuela.

It is with these words I wish Venezuela a very happy Independence Day, and wish that the people of Venezuela will once again experience to live in peace and harmony. To feel that freedom should not be limited simply in the creation of safe spaces, but to go beyond these to discover communities and what Venezuela as a nation is. And I think that nations as America do carry an obligation that is beyond political, such as morality, ethics, care, concern, and to intervene as perceived as necessary. These thoughts are also connected with the recent Texas migrant truck tragedy, to re-think how migrations should be handled. And if migrant smuggling is a scheme or set-up by those who are bringing in people that are forced to flee?

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With Love & Kindness! 🇺🇸

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