Socialism is cool, if you like eating horses

Moonbattery documents Venezuela’s descent into Hell

During the Vietnam War, fellow-traveling liberals used to bleat piteously that “War is not healthy for children and other living things.” This saying is true enough but can be applied just as well to socialism. Horses demonstrate how unhealthy it can be to living things in Venezuela:

Rafael Toro, a student at Venezuela’s top veterinary school, suspected something was amiss when a beloved horse called Miss Congeniality didn’t greet him at the fence one recent morning along with others in the campus’ small herd.

The bright-eyed, bay-colored mare had earned her nickname for helping disabled students overcome their fear of riding horses. They say she was smart and even trotted up when you called her name.

To his shock, Toro discovered the horse’s skin and dismembered bones hidden among trees in the corner pasture of the sprawling campus in the central Venezuelan city of Maracay. Thieves overnight had hopped the fence, slaughtered the horse and made off with her meat — either to sell or to feed their hungry families

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