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Major government shakeup (purge) in Caracastan

Venezuela's acting President and presidential candidate Maduro wears a hat with a bird on it as he speaks during a campaign rally in Vargas

All Ministers in Maduro's Dictatorship To Be Replaced

ABC Spain reports:

Venenozuelan tyrant Nicolas Maduro has just announced via Twitter that all of his ministers have resigned and will be immediately replaced.

Maduro claims that this purge is a great way to begin a new year.

"«He recibido las cartas de todos los ministros poniendo su cargo a la orden para facilitar la renovación del Gobierno en este año que se inicia» tweeted the eloquent Maduro. ("I have received resignation letters from all the ministers this will allow us to renew the government for the new year.")

A new government for the new year.....  how perfect!!

A new government for the new year.....

This surprise comes on the heels of the recent murder of a former Miss Venezuela, which has shaken up the country and called attention to the fact that someone is killed in Venenozuela every twenty minutes (68 violent deaths per day).

Conspiracy-obsessed Maduro claims that the murder of the former Miss Venezuela was an "assasination," not a random crime, and has vowed to bring the culprits to justice.

What happens next is anyone's guess.  What is definitely certain is that things will only get worse.  That inevitable outcome is guaranteed by the presence of thousands of Castrogonian "advisers" who run the province of Caracastan.

More details HERE, in Spanish.

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