Venezuela, Socialist Utopia


The President of Venezuela has urged women to stop using hairdryers and offered alternative styling tips as the country’s energy crisis continues.

Nicolas Maduro has announced a decree giving state employees Fridays off for two months as part of measures to offset a crippling electricity shortage.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    If you have a Twitter account, pounding the heads of all the commies under that hashtag is jolly good fun!

    • Like lemmings to the sea, socialists continue their journey.

      Even the “communist” Chinese admit central control over the economy does not work.

      But like drug addicts, just one more try.

      • Venezuela today is the future of Canada tomorrow, if our socialist politicians have their way. Except with the added benefit of having to suffer the same fate during cold dark winters.

        Truth be told, hairdryers and clothes dryers are rather rare in the tropics — things generating heat are less necessary there for obvious reasons. It’s kinda like blaming an electricity shortage in Canada on the over-use of refrigerators by the Inuit.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Venezuela has a former bus driver as it political leader, we have a former bouncer and white water rafting instructing, what could go wrong?

    • ntt1

      At least the Venezuelan leader could park a full size RV, turdo la doo? very doubtful.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Feel The Bern

  • ntt1

    Our local NDP wannabe is a utopian refugee from that workers paradise. she is still committed to destroying our system and following her home countries swirl around the toilet.