Certainly these week end activities are a circus show, this one segment even includes a midget at the end of the video. Why, oh, why?
I have been mesmerized by this video. I must have watched it a dozen time. It is so absurd, so out of context, so abusive, so ridiculous, so idiotically military, so politically empty that I suspect in my subconscious it hit the plexus that has been trying to understand chavismo for years. Or perhaps the two recent videos I have posted prepped me up for the impact of this one?
What was it? The obvious unfitness of the people? Their inability to even fix their helmet? The military hurrying them along as if they were recruits? The bureaucratic cardboard indicating what needs to be picked up every foot of the line? That the people allowed themselves to be mistreated so? The amount of cameras all around? That people signed at the end a notepad that would go up in flame at the first drone over Venezuela? That the voice and accent of an officer even resembles the one of Diosdado Cabello?... Whatever it is, each time I watch I discover new details, new meanings to ridicule, new shades of abuse, new disconnections from reality like when the rifles seem bigger than the old lady trying to carry hers.
And let's not get into the wart crime potential of arming civilians to become shields for an incompetent army....
It is not that we need just to get rid of Madruo and his gang, we also need to get rid of the Venezuelan army. It has become that simple.
The S.O. thinks it was in the Gabriela Mistral school in the 23 de Enero area of Caracas. I suppose it is the only place today where the regime can find enough people for such a masquerade....