Venezuelan oil policy

With respect to Venezuela, my country, like José, I have to say about it.
As a Philosopher, the center of all human activity, it is political
Politics Venezuela, which is a Communism disguised as Democracy, carried severely by a partisan Buro, always against the United States and Capitalism.
To think that Nicolas Maduro, Diosdado Cabello, Tarek Al Isami, Jorge Rodriguez, among others (Directors of the Buro) are going to try to privatize PDVSA, is simply a dream; what they would do, in the case of a total collapse, is to deliver to Russia, or China, or to the 2, for the giant debts, the company
Remember, that exchange control generates a large amount of Inorganic Money, which when washed by the Boliburgueses that are in PDVSA, generates a millionaire business that they can not dismantle because they need to pay the supporters of the Rebolución; on the other hand, if it is true that they are exploiting other mineral alternatives, such as gold deposits, to obtain dollars; this diversity of exploitation of incredibly large resources, makes the Venezuelan politicians strong to establish some negotiation for the recovery of PDVSA, and remember that the country, of China, has been the largest buyer of gold (mimeral) in the last 10 years
The Venezuelan politicians, will seek the way to maintain their status quo, created by Chavez, whatever the cost, because between the Economy of Goods and the Economy of Males, the levels and qualities of life is these (politicians and supporters) are better, In addition to Diplomatic Immunity
Thinking about Privatization ... is a scenario that Venezuelan Politicians will not raise

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So I have a question for you, @Carlos Luis Bravo Fand @jose chalhoub. What is the general atmosphere or relationship between native Venezuelan oil workers and their foreign oil company employers? Despite being JVs with PDVSA, are foreign oil companies still frowned upon by the population in general? 

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thanks @Rodent i can say that back in chavez era and its furor, since i can tell that people believed in him, especially oil workers, young oil workers and Chavez had the chance to widely instill socialism and anti imperialism in the industry and many U.S. oil firms were being seen as enemies and opportunistic in many ways. But now the general atmosphere is of deceit, insatisfaction and even now people working at pdvsa are watching with eyes frowned at russian and chinese companies, which is a very interesting turn of events. 

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It is that the annoyance of the workers or the population in General is of interest to the Government of Venezuela; Is it that it takes away your sleep? Having the Rebolutionary Armed Forces as General Padrón has said?
Open your eyes ... Communism does not negotiate ... as Chavez said "you are with me or against me" itself ... submission or death, and we saw that in the USRR, we see it in North Korea
I am a consultant who prepares the scenarios for which time is good and priceless.
If you are Venezuelan, leave the country, take out your family, and build from the outside, and what I can not afford, is to have your eyes closed

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