Venezuela Forced to Fly In Planeloads of Cash

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Time for another update from the socialist paradise of Venezuela, where things aren’t looking too swell. The South American state, beloved of Owen, Diane, Seumas, Jezza et al, is suffering such hyper-inflation that it is having to fly in planeloads of increasingly worthless money to prop up its tanking economy. President Nicolas Maduro has been forced to import 5 billion bank notes in a fleet of 747s. The Bolivar is now at 1,000 to the dollar…

What was that Corbyn said only last year?

“When we celebrate, and it is a cause for celebration, the achievements of Venezuela, in jobs, in housing , in health, in education, but above all its role in the whole world as a completely different place, then we do that because we recognise what they have achieved.”

Hala Jez, hala Nicolas!




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