Basic socialism lesson: Venezuelans fighting each other for scarce items

The blessings of Bolivarian socialism

ABC Spain reports that Venezuelans are so desperate for food and other items that the Castronoid colony is now on the brink of utter chaos.

Delivery trucks are being mobbed when they arrive at stores.

Pushing, shoving, kicking, punching, Venezuelans fight each other for access to their daily bread or to medicines, which are also in short supply.

Food riots have been taking place for over a year now, but are becoming more common.

To make matters worse, due to power shortages and blackouts, stores are now being forced to remain closed for much of the day.

President Maduro blames the U.S. and his homegrown enemies for the shortages, but anyone who has lived in Castrogonia knows why all of this is happening.

The cause is so-called Bolivarian socialism, which is a version of the Mafia-style monopolistic communism exported to Latrine America by Castrogonia.

King Raul is so lucky.  Just as his sugar daddy is imploding, along comes the U.S. to rescue him with tourists and investors.

Whole story HERE, in Spanish.  Brief video of food riot below.