We have collected the best Venezuela Quotes by famous authors including Mauricio Macri, Bernie Sanders, Nicolas Maduro, Paz Vega, Henrique Capriles Radonski and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
The only situation that I can’t be in favour of is the lack of respect to human rights in Venezuela.
When I talk about democratic socialist, I’m not looking at Venezuela. I’m not looking at Cuba. I’m looking at countries like Denmark and Sweden.
My message to France and Europe is that we will make sure Venezuela won’t witness the rise of another Pinochet. And we will do it the democratic way.
My husband is from Venezuela and he cries when he needs to cry!
Today, the future of Venezuela won and, as we said, we repeat to everyone: there is a path, there is a path for progress, for the future, to make Venezuela a greater country.
Henrique Capriles Radonski
I personally don’t believe that Russia and China are on Maduro’s side – they are simply protecting their investments here in Venezuela.
I left Venezuela looking for something bigger. I wanted to be an international star.
Maria Conchita Alonso
When you leave your country, it’s hard to leave your family over there. My whole family is in Venezuela.
For me, Venezuela is very important, not just because it’s a place I go to conduct, but because my family is there – my wife, my parents and my musical family.
We Cubans are voting for our new constitution, we’re voting for Latin America and the Caribbean. We’re also voting for Venezuela, we’re defending Venezuela because in Venezuela the continent’s dignity is in play.
The world’s so big, it’s hard to pick one best friend. I like everyone in Venezuela, but in L.A., I hang out mostly with my comedy friends. Guys like Paul Scheer, Rob Riggle, Owen Burke, Ed Helms, Seth Morris – we all kind of came up together doing comedy in New York.
Equity means equality of outcome, not equality of opportunity. It is the very DNA of Marxism and everything bad flows from it, as we saw in the Soviet Union, Mao’s China, North Korea, Cuba and Venezuela.
Let’s dig deep to build the kind of police force that our fatherland really deserves. We need a revolution of the police force here in Venezuela, and I will carry it out without delay, without excuses.
Simon Bolivar, when history led him – and as Karl Marx said, men can make history, but only as far as history allows us to do so – when history took Bolivar and made him the leader of the independence process in Venezuela, he made that process revolutionary.
Venezuela has the largest oil reserve, and Venezuela has to defend itself.
The aggression against Venezuela harms all of America.
I was about three years old when I started playing in Venezuela with my two older brothers. They’re 12 and 11 years older, so I was always the little one.
Doing politics in Venezuela is a risk, and you can pay with your life.
Think about it: Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Vietnam, North Korea, the former Soviet Union – they all start with the intention of leveling the playing field – or making things better for the little guy – and instead, they created misery, poverty, destruction and a permanent ruling class of bureaucrats.
In Venezuela, which doesn’t have thousands of prestige universities like the U.S., people usually stay at home while attending to college. After they graduate, they move for a job or get married.
Juan Pablo Galavis
There is a disturbing reincarnation of socialist and nationalist dictatorships raising their heads around the world and even in our own back yard. You see it in places like Venezuela and Bolivia, stoked in no small part by Cuba, and also in Central Asia, and troubling trends in Russia and China.
The U.S. only has 20 billion barrels of oil in reserve. It seems as though there is no more oil around. Venezuela has 300 billion barrels of oil in reserves. Iraq has, like, 150 billion barrels of oil. Iran, close to 300 billion barrels of reserve. Oil for 200 years, of course.
Classical music in Venezuela is now something like a pop concert. You can see people screaming or crying because they don’t have a ticket.
In Venezuela, we either accept domination, total oppression and torture… from Maduro’s regime, or we choose freedom, democracy, and prosperity for our people.
How have relations with Iran and Belarus benefited Venezuela? We are interested in countries that have democracies, that respect human rights, that we have an affinity with. What affinity do we have with Iran?
Henrique Capriles Radonski
My mom is from Venezuela, and my dad is German and Japanese, and we lived in Brazil when I was a kid for a couple of years, and then I grew up on Long Island. I think all the traveling and all the nationalities put that stuff in my head. I was just around it a lot.
We must reduce the emissions 100 percent. In Venezuela, the emissions are currently insignificant compared to the emissions of the developed countries.
They say that if I win that I’ll take away benefits, but the only one who has expropriated things from you is this government. After visiting all around our Venezuela, I don’t have a doubt that we will win.
Henrique Capriles Radonski
Leaders cling to power in a socialist state like Venezuela by buying votes and manipulating elections.
We remain cohesive and mobilized and united because this is our goal – to rebuild Venezuela.
I love to fish offshore for billfish, and have fished all over for them from the Bahamas, St. Thomas, Venezuela, Panama, Costa Rica, Mexico to the Texas gulf. I haven’t made it to Australia yet, but someday I’m going.
In Venezuela, we have movement for freedom, for democracy, that has taken years and sacrifice to build, and a majority through protests to win elections to align ourselves with the world that recognizes the fight for democracy in Venezuela.
It’s stupid, just because I was born with a French passport, I have the right to travel all around the world, but if I was born in Mali, or Venezuela or Bolivia I couldn’t.
I knew from a very, very early age that I was gay, although in the social environment in Venezuela, you don’t ever let that be known.
Venezuela is a free country, and we will not be blackmailed by anyone. We will not accept being told what to do over Iran; we will not accept being anyone’s colony.
I’ve become quite a serious explorer: I’ve been to Everest three times; I’m the oldest man to reach the North Pole; and I’ve just been to the lost world of Venezuela.
My interested in Brazilian music stemmed from wanting to find a musical identity other than the salsa and meringue that I was inundated with in Venezuela as a child.
There will be a winner. There will a president-elect. But there will not be a defeated people. Tomorrow, we are only one country, only one Venezuela. Tomorrow in the country there are many problems that we have to resolve. Problems do not wait.
Henrique Capriles Radonski
My father is Spanish, and he went to Venezuela looking for a job. He was 20 something, and he fell in love with a Venezuelan girl. He owns a company there, producing iron and bronze.
I barely need to reiterate what you already know: the close links that exist between our people and the people of Venezuela and Hugo Chavez, the promoter of the Bolivarian Revolution and the United Socialist Party he founded.
One of the chapters outlined in my book talks about the Iranian influence with Venezuela, these terror flights that go back and forth that we don’t manifests on, and then nuclear material smuggled across our unsecure southwest border from Mexico into the United States.
Energy companies, such as Chevron and Shell, and oil producing countries, such as Kuwait and Venezuela, pump crude oil from their vast land holdings and sell it on the world market.
The two largest oil-producing countries in Latin America, Mexico and Venezuela, sold petroleum to Nicaragua at concessional rates for several years beginning in 1980. The program was curtailed because Nicaragua could not make even reduced payments.
I don’t spend the whole off-season in Venezuela. I spend a couple of weeks in Cleveland, go to Florida, take my son to Disney World. But I still have my home, and my whole family lives in Venezuela.
One of my biggest inspirations is President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela. Yea, President Hugo.
Today, January 23, 2019, I swear to formally assume the powers of the national executive as president in charge of Venezuela.
Venezuela has immense talents and resources, and we can help rebuild our democracy.
There is a risk that overt American support for Guaido could shore up Maduro’s base and trigger displays of military force, potentially plunging Venezuela into a civil war.
President Trump reversed the previous administration’s disastrous policy of appeasing Cuba and has implemented a vigorous sanctions regime against Nicaragua. Our hope is that the people of Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua will one day live in democracies like the rest of their neighbors.
Robert C. O’Brien
In socialism, everything is supposed to be equal. And yet, it’s always fascinating how the elite government bureaucrats (in socialist places like Venezuela, Cuba and Argentina) are the ones that wind up with all the money.
Venezuela has supported Cuba in many ways throughout its history. We have a debt of gratitude.
I’m afraid I didn’t really like Caracas in Venezuela. From what I saw it seemed so crime-ridden that you really have to be on your guard all the time.
I was a farm kid from the plains of South Venezuela, from a very poor family. I grew up in a palm tree house with an earthen floor.
I got food poisoning in Venezuela, and it sucked!
The very act of protest is dangerous in Venezuela.
I had to understand the whole bounty hunting thing, because we don’t have that in Venezuela. Nothing similar at all, at least not legal.
Colombia, Philippines, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Mexico, these are all powerhouse countries in pageants, and have very aggressive fans, this is like soccer to many in these countries.
I knew that I would have to leave Venezuela in order to figure out who I was.
Judge for yourself who’s still fighting for change and who got sick on power, because the person in the Miraflores has forgotten about the people of Venezuela.
Henrique Capriles Radonski
My parents sent me from Venezuela to the Convent of Our Lady, a boarding school in Hastings, which was horrible – like Harry Potter without the magic. Sometimes we went into town, and if we were caught chewing gum in our uniform, members of the public would take down our names and report us to the school.