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You Won't Believe What We Saw In Socialist Venezuela

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drealm
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You Won't Believe What We Saw In Socialist Venezuela

Post by drealm » April 8th, 2016, 6:09 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOQb7Y5 ... tml5=False

Interresting video on what happens to a modern Weimar Republic, albeit with obvious racial differences.




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Re: You Won't Believe What We Saw In Socialist Venezuela

Post by Jester » April 8th, 2016, 3:29 pm

Preface:
I have the greatest respect for these two men. Jeff Berwick is a great man, Luke Rudkowski is a living saint among us, maybe the foremost example for young men in America.

Now to the point"
Venezuela under Hugo (OOgo) Chavez was my initial Happier Abroad goal 8 years ago.

(Jesus that was a long time ago, some diversions since then, not all bad.)

I didn't like that OOgo was mildly leftist, but loved that he talked back to Bush Junior and his Coalition of Evil Mutants.

Tried to keep liking him as he descended into a slimepit of leftist shibboleths, like red-shirt-wearing and Castro-ass-kissing.

There were bright moments like when he told the car company they did f***ing have to keep making the small pickups in Venezuela or he would nationalize the closed plant and have the Chinese re-open it.

But when he closed the gun stores. I figured that was it.
Yup.
Now this numbskull successor of his, the Woodenheaded Busdriver Madero, is really driving it into the ground.

RIP Venezuela.

PS Probably no better place in the Americas to hunt a bride right now.
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