Jorge Sisco

Lecheria, Venezuela

About Jorge

Bio

I'm studying civil engineering, and I like everything about new technology and economic stuff, so a like this website because I can see videos in English, and keep practicing this language.

I'm passionate about

New technology, buildings, construction, mechanic, economy.

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Jorge Sisco
Posted 5 months ago
A country with a capitalist economy, but social purposes in order to help poor people a give then opportunities such as free education.
When I say poor people I refer to those who can not attend colleges becuase they are to expensive, and this is a general topic, I am not taking about USA, in Venezuela there are public and private colleges, public ones are better but it does not mean privates are bad... they are good too. I study civil engineering in a public college, it does not mean I have to be poor to study in a public one, but this college is really well recognised.
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Jorge Sisco
Posted 5 months ago
A country with a capitalist economy, but social purposes in order to help poor people a give then opportunities such as free education.
Well Hopefully in Venezuela colleges are free and they are pretty good by the way, it is really sad that we are going down economically because this government is doing things wrong, and I know it is really expensive create schools and colleges for free, but remember that Venezuela makes US$ 70.000 Million dollars per year,and our population is 30 millions. Money is not the problem here.... that's why I have this mentality of promoting free education for poor people..... And with that been said, I am totally opposition of my government in Venezuela, I know cuba is not the paradise.... I want you to stop thinking about ideologies and just think: you DO NOT HAVE TO BE COMMUNIST OR SOCIALIST to create a free education system...... And it does not have to be controlled by the government... As I said before! Colleges here are "Universidades Autónomas" which means "independent universities" the government just pay the budget and any college use that money to pay salaries, and others thing listed on the budget............ So I just noted some radicalism actitudes in some of you... I see the same thing on people from officialism here, just talking bad of the other systems....
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Jorge Sisco
Posted 5 months ago
A country with a capitalist economy, but social purposes in order to help poor people a give then opportunities such as free education.
Hi, I am from Venezuela, and think you got me wrong, communism is not what I meant... In Venezuela there are public colleges and private ones, and they exist since the start of 20th century, for that time we were a democracy and a productive country, I don't want you to think that I am communist or socialist, anyone has to work in order to get money an pay their bills, but living in a country like mine where the population is 80% poor and 19% middle class, you have to give then the tool of free education (not controlled by the goverment) public colleges here has their own autonomy, but the budget for every college comes from the state, private colleges are just like any private college in America, and public one are as good as privates here...