August 25, 2017

MUST SEE: Progressives prefer Venezuela's food lines, violence to America's “income inequality”

StaffRebel Columnist

In a new video, Ami Horowitz asks progressive Millennials how important a value income equality was to them and if living with food lines like they do in Venezuela was worth it.

Despite Venezuela being in the midst of economic and social collapse, Millennials actually think the United States should model itself after the failing nation.

“If we all give a little bit and become a little bit more socialist... that's how we do it,” one young adult said.

Other Millennials agreed with Horowitz when he jokingly suggested that, “if you need to wait in line for stuff, we should all wait in line together.”

What do you think? Let us know in the comments.

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commented 2017-08-26 22:12:49 -0400
I wonder how trudeau would do if he had to stand in line for food?…or steal a Zoo animal for food?
commented 2017-08-26 22:02:29 -0400
One of the reports I heard and read was about a year ago..Everyday People were stealing Zoo animals for food.

I agree with Terry Macleod …I’d pitch in also…I’ve been to some very scary places myself…
commented 2017-08-26 17:31:03 -0400
Millennials are the selfie, texting generation and do not have a clue about what makes the world turn. Canada is already being destroyed by the governments elected by these folks. More of them will be eligible to vote by the next round of elections. Life is a cell phone. What else does one need?
commented 2017-08-26 15:02:41 -0400
What’s happening in Venezuela is more than standing in line for awhile. These people are starving. Ask Venezuelans what they think of socialism.
commented 2017-08-26 09:46:27 -0400
The West has survived many inroads to our integrity as free, wealthy and sovereign nations.
We have survived the bloody onslaughts and the sneaky underhandedness of the left.
We will not survive these millennials…
commented 2017-08-26 02:17:23 -0400
Also no sunglasses.
commented 2017-08-26 02:17:08 -0400
Yeah sure , how about a small communism challenge for these idiots, one roll of generic toilet paper per week for their homes.
commented 2017-08-26 01:13:25 -0400
Income equality is not a moral value: Reaping what you sow is.
commented 2017-08-26 01:12:29 -0400

You may be right, but that in itself is a problem is it not? For they also go along with all the other stupidity in society, and end up becoming “useful idiots”. And think about it for a second. If Ami stopped YOU in the street – would YOU go along with it? I know I wouldn’t. I’d laugh and say – yeah, I don’t think so thanks!! So at the end of the day, “go along” and “true believer” are as bad as each other, making your point mute. If you wouldn’t go along with it, why make excuses for others doing so?
commented 2017-08-26 01:07:18 -0400
I say it would be worth the money to buy these dolts a one way ticket to Venezuela. I’d even throw in a loaf of bread and a quart of milk.
commented 2017-08-25 20:05:49 -0400
" The sum of intelligence ii the world is a constant. Only the population is increasing."
commented 2017-08-25 20:04:03 -0400
" A socialist is someone who has bugger-all and wants to share it with you".
commented 2017-08-25 19:31:32 -0400
Although some of them made some pretty stupid sounding elaborations, I feel like many interviewed were trying to just agree with Mr Horowitz. I don’t think they really have any idea what’s happening in Venezuela, and they’re a generation of “don’t question anything you’re told, and accept it as fact. Unless it sounds like it’s might be hate speech, then call the person racist.”

I feel like they were just agreeing with the direction they felt the interviewer was going.
commented 2017-08-25 18:33:01 -0400
“Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” – Sir Winston Churchill
commented 2017-08-25 17:58:12 -0400
Tell the same group that they would have to wait in a line-up for to get their weekly allowance of 1MB of mobile data, and then they would have to wait in a different line-up to see if they qualified to get a cell phone. Cheer everyone up by telling them they needn’t look for any free WiFi, there isn’t any.
Then we’ll see how they really feel about a socialist system.
commented 2017-08-25 16:11:45 -0400
OMG! And they get to vote? Yeah, turn off the free stuff and see how they react! Don’t forget to point out how they’ve been getting free stuff!
commented 2017-08-25 15:56:48 -0400
Wow, I have watched folks like this get upset waiting in lines lasting more than a few minutes….imagine waiting all day for something to eat or toilet paper, only to be turned away as there isn’t anything left to hand out!
They don’t have a clue about what is going on in Venezuela, what’s worse, they can’t be honest about their lack of knowledge.