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Venezuela: Inspired by Marx!

Fausta over at Fausta's Blog:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-uuuPxGBNMX0/U08qkIM5ciI/AAAAAAACAt0/HSyrF9diqnI/s1600/maduro.jpg
Venezuela: Inspired by Marx!

Marxist Nicolas Maduro’s making a fashion statement inspired by Marx.

Groucho Marx, that is:

Nicolás Maduro introduced the new symbol of the revolution: The mustache cap.
The Venezuelan president surprised all during at event by showing the new icon of chavismo, by which all his followers can have his mustache.

Nicolás Maduro presentó el nuevo símbolo de la revolución: la “gorra del bigote”
El presidente venezolano sorprendió en un acto al mostrar un nuevo dispositivo del chavismo, gracias al cual sus seguidores pueden tener su bigote

The cap has a detachable mustache you can place under your nose.

I’m not making this up,

Maduro wore a blue one, but it’s also available in red or green.

Just in time for Mother’s Day! 

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