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    Venezuela Reaches Final Stage of Socialism: No Toilet Paper

    Updated: October 19, 2019 at 7:00 pm EST  See Comments

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    “If only the right people had tried it.”  Does anybody really think our Democrats are the “right people,” considering their “social justice” and political correctness requirements?

    It seems that Venezuela has finally reached the final stage of socialism, in that it is now advising visitors to the country to bring their own toilet paper…

    Here’s snippets from around the web:

    CATO Institute  “In 1990 I went to a Cato Institute conference in what was then still the Soviet Union. We were told to bring our own toilet paper, which was in fact useful advice. Now, after only 16 years of Chavista rule, Venezuela has demonstrated that “Socialism of the 21st Century” is pretty much like socialism in the 20th century. Fusion reports:”

    Venezuela’s product shortages have become so severe that some hotels in that country are asking guests to bring their own toilet paper and soap, a local tourism industry spokesman said on Wednesday….

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    Crime and Scams in Venezuela: What You Need To Know  “IMPORTANT: Venezuela is currently considered a “Do Not Travel” destination by several government travel advisories. For more information, check out our Venezuela travel alerts page.
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    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at Conservative Firing Line

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