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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Maduro called himself Stalin of the Caribbean


Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that sees the resemblance to Joseph Stalin. Especially, he said, have in common with the Soviet leader’s mustache.


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According to the newspaper Venezuela al Dia. citing transfer of “Sunday with Maduro”, which was broadcasted on channel Venezolana de Televisión, the country’s President said that in the world there are people who see in him the “Stalin of the Caribbean”, and rightly so: “I sometimes look in the mirror, told Maduro that look like Stalin”.

RBC recalls that his resemblance to Stalin Maduro has stated in 2015 when you visit the book fair in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas. There he picked up a book about the Soviet leader and pointed at a picture of him: “Look, Stalin looked like me, he has the same mustache. Stalin, who defeated Hitler.”

Recall that he began his career as Maduro, a bus driver, and later joined the future President of Venezuela Hugo Chavez, the successor of which eventually became. Maduro has repeatedly made outrageous statements, in particular, during the presidential campaign telling that communicates with the spirit of Chavez arriving to him in the form of a bird.

During President Maduro in Venezuela has unfolded the political and economic crisis, the country actually stands on the brink of civil war: to overthrow the Parliament, under the control of the opposition, the President announced the convening itself controlled by a constitutional Assembly.

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