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Photo of the Day – The Cubanization of Venezuela’s Independence Day

The photo below shows Cuban soldiers marching in the Venezuelan colonial government's official Independence Day parade in Caracas. You may be wondering why a country would have a foreign military force march in a parade marking their own independence, but that is not exactly the case. In reality, Venezuela is now a colony of the Castro regime. It is their property, and who is going to tell the Castro brothers their soldiers can't march on their own property?

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1 comment to Photo of the Day – The Cubanization of Venezuela’s Independence Day

  • asombra

    What kind of half-assed goose-stepping is that? Well, I guess it goes with a faux general as head of the armed forces. Sheesh.