Venezuela is running out of food, and it is reported that 75% of population lost 19 pounds amid the crisis.

Leave it to the useful idiots who praise socialism, though: They will probably report this as a wonderful step the Venezuelan government is taking to reduce obesity.

But which is more laughable, that Venezuela is on the Human Rights Council, or the fact that Saudi Arabia is also a member?

Via CNS News.

The United Nations’ secretary-general and top human rights official on Tuesday both expressed concern about the political crisis in Venezuela, but neither statement addressed the fact that the Nicolas Maduro regime is a member of the U.N.’s top human rights body.

Amid calls for the Human Rights Council to convene an emergency “special session” on the crisis, secretary-general Antonio Guterres’ spokesman explained that it was up to HRC member-states to decide on the agenda – and up to U.N. member-states at large to elect the members of the Geneva-based council….

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  1. MACVEL says:

    This is the UN’s response to tyranny? Venezuela is what socialism comes to.

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