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Let them eat cake: Venezuela gov’t celebrates dead Hugo Chavez’s birthday with $100,000 cake while t

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Let them eat cake: Venezuela gov’t celebrates dead Hugo Chavez’s birthday with $100,000 cake while t

Post by Lobo on Sun 31 Jul 2016, 6:58 pm

Let them eat cake: Venezuela gov’t celebrates dead Hugo Chavez’s birthday with $100,000 cake while the people starve
Posted on July 31, 2016 by Dr. Eowyn | 9 Comments
While Venezuelans are desperate to find food (see links at the end of this post), their president, Nicolás Maduro, saw fit to spend $100,000 on a cake to celebrate the birthday of a dead man — his predecessor in criminal government and actor Sean Penn’s best bud, Hugo Chavez.

ZeroHedge reports, July 30, 2016:
Nothing describes socialism more aptly than baking a 4 feet tall cake weighing 90 kilos for Hugo Chavez’s birthday (a dead man) while the rest of the country starves, cannot find basic necessities
The cake is a recreation of the “Cuartel de la Montana”, the palace that Chavez famously stormed in 1992 as an army commander to protest Carlos Andres Perez’s government.
According to a local newspaper, the following ingredients were used to make the cake — all in short supply in Venezuela’s supermarkets:

  1. 720 eggs
  2. 23 kilos of butter
  3. 90 kilos of flour
  4. 90 kilos of sugar
  5. 44 gallons of milk

Meanwhile, hungry Venezuelans cry at the sight of food, as the country’s economic crisis deepens.
While it is true that it was the Venezuelan people who had bought into the socialist pipe-dream and elected Hugo Chavez and his successor Maduro, even fools don’t deserve to starve while their president, who can lose a few pounds, and the political élite eat cake.

And still not a peep from Sean Penn.

Sean Penn and BFF Hugo Chavez
See also:

  • Venezuela is shutting down
  • Apocalyptic Venezuela: 5,000 loot supermarket; president declares state-of-emergency
  • Socialist Venezuela into the abyss: people are killing pets for food
  • This is Venezuela: Mob burns a man alive over $5
  • Socialist Hugo Chavez died with a family fortune worth $2 billion

https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2016/07/31/let-them-eat-cake-venezuela-govt-celebrates-dead-hugo-chavezs-birthday-with-100000-cake-while-the-people-starve/

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