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Venezuela is a colony of Cuba

Juan Abreu in his Emanaciones #1351 (my translation):

1351

The Castros sucked everything they could out of Chavez and then shipped him back to Venezuela already dead. You only need to look at the face of Maduro to realize he is subnormal and the Castros must have video of him in a thousand different sexual positions. Today, Venezuela is in the hands of Cuban State Security and in the hands of Venezuelans who work for Cuban State Security.

Venezuela is being governed from Cuba and it is a colony of Cuba. That is the panorama.

There are those who say Chavez was brain dead when he was sent back to Venezuela. However, in his case, that would be a double case of brain death since he was brain dead when he enjoyed perfect health. But I digress. Whether he came back brain dead or completely dead -- which is what I believe -- the Castro infection has taken over Venezuela and the illness will be very difficult to eradicate from that country.

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