Sunday, 14 June 2009

Chavez horse-riding with dead Bolivar

My sources say this painting can be found in a hall at the Venezuelan Supreme Court.* For those who are no Venezuela experts: the one riding at the front of the horse is independence hero (or semi-God) Simón Bolívar. The one clinging to him is current president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez. In the background you can see Chavez's supporters.

Here you can find another post (in Spanish and English) about the sick personality cult in Venezuela.

* If someone thinks my sources are lying: I really don't think so, in the other post I linked to here there are some other pictures I personally took, one of them in a public post office.

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