Venezuela: No food in the shops, but 3 jets for Raul

It’s a matter of priorities, people!


I can fly higher than an eagle,
’cause you are the wind beneath my wings
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Venezuela gives Cuba three aircraft to transport Raúl Castro
The aircrafts –two Dassault Falcon 50 and one Falcon 900– are worth some USD 100-110 million

The aircraft –two Dassault Falcon 50 and one Falcon 900– are worth some USD [$]100-110 million, and are regularly used for transporting ministers and even Cuban President Raúl Castro, sources said as reported by the Miami Herald reported.

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3 Responses to “Venezuela: No food in the shops, but 3 jets for Raul”

  1. EWSTX Says:

    I would say unbelievable, but from communists, it’s believable. There has to be some way for Venezuelans to kick the Cubans out of their country and take their country back for themselves.

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  3. CGHill Says:

    With $100 million, you could buy a couple of years’ worth of toilet paper.