Venezuela’s Fake President


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This cartoon was published January 11, 2019, in The Costa Rica Star.

The Lima Group is a multilateral body that was created to help solve the crisis in Venezuela. The group, which includes Costa Rica as a member, has denounced and refuses to recognize the election of President Nicolas Maduro.

They claim (and they’re right) that the recent elections in Venezuela are unobserved, unjust and undemocratic, and all fourteen members of the group have recalled their ambassadors.

Be Complicit

What kind of person would want to be part of something that disparages, slanders, and disrespects Dear Leader and his sycophantic followers? Hopefully, you. 
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One comment

  1. So the US isn’t the only country with an illegitimate president . . . and drumpf DOES have blood on his hands, just not as obviously (four killed in Syria, two children who died at the border, countless victims when we leave Syria, others damaged by the stress of his instability and/or driven to self-harm thereby, those today or in the future damaged by the lifting of environmental oversight; do I need to go on?).

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