VIDEO: Mad Max in Socialist Venezuela: Bikers use Molotov Cocktails to Steal Truck’s Sugar Payload

VIDEO: Mad Max in Socialist Venezuela: Bikers use Molotov Cocktails to Steal Truck’s Sugar Payload

Silicon Valley seems obsessed by ‘blood boys’…just look it up. You might regret it, you might not. But what really has me going is the news coming from way down south. In a little socialist country called Venezuela, it would appear that they may have gone full on Mad Max.

As the following clip shows a gang of bikers running down and attacking a truck using Molotov cocktails to steal its refined sugar cargo.

Okay, so it ain’t the “Guzzoline” or “Bullets” that the film ‘Fury Road’ offered, but when all you have to eat is flamingos, that is if you can catch them, or black stallions, sugar may be a good second-string worth risking your life over, or breaking the law over.

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If there are still laws down there.

With each passing week, the situation in Venezuela keeps on deteriorating beyond repair.

Not quite the socialist utopia that Bernie Sanders has been preaching all these years, or is it? Or more accurate – this is exactly the dystopia one can expect from the kind of progressive policies of ‘redistribution’ and central planning.

Huff Post wrote about the motorcycle gang issues Venezuela has been going through:

Videos of armed motorcycle gangs attacking protesters have emerged from Venezuela with increasing frequency in recent weeks despite a “media blackout“ by the regime in control. A brutal government crackdown on protests has already left at least 15 dead, and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro stands accused not only of punishing those who rally against him, but also of turning a blind eye toward intimidation and violence by pro-government vigilantes.

The first casualties in the ongoing unrest came at a Feb. 12 rally in the capital city of Caracas, when government supporters on motorcycles opened fire on crowds, inciting panic and leaving three dead, as reported by the Associated Press.

Coming from a background in Venezuela’s urban guerrilla warfare from the 1960s, “Colectivos” re-emerged under late President Hugo Chavez as philosophical henchmen. The socialist paramilitary groups run just abut everything down there now, including community services, bookstores, summer camps and pensioner coffee mornings.

But now, it seems they are being blamed for much of the negative actions being taken in Venezuela.

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