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Apr 04 2018

Official: Venezuelan Shelves Would Not Be Empty if People Would Stop Eating the Food

No need to be terrified into turning away from Democrats’ agenda by its application in other countries; officials assure us that Venezuelan shelves are empty not because socialism has been imposed but due to the traditional capitalist sin of gluttony:

Venezuela’s former Vice President turned Minister of Education Elías Jaua claimed in remarks this weekend that the country’s depleted supermarkets would be full of food if people did not eat so much.

Jaua praised the socialist Bolivarian Revolution for bestowing upon the People the “right to eat meat, chicken, milk, that they did not have ten, 14 years ago.” Back then it was the other way around; they had the food, but allegedly no right to eat it. Now they have the right, but no food.

Bellows Jaua:

“If the Venezuelan people did not eat, surely the shelves would be full.”

Not even Bernie Sanders could top this logic.

Fortunately, the government’s subjects are learning not to eat so much, thanks to the Maduro Diet, which resulted in the average Venezuelan losing 24 pounds last year. If they get peckish, they can always snack on some zoo animals.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.

One Response to “Official: Venezuelan Shelves Would Not Be Empty if People Would Stop Eating the Food”

  1. […] Via Moonbattery. I don’t think additional commentary is needed here. From the mouths of Communist swine………… […]

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