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Venezuela, the former oil pearl of Latin America today does not go through the best moment. We do not know if his catastrophic problems are the result of corruption, but his president says he is not such a donkey. We present you the Maduro maburradas app. Nicolás Maduro Moros inherited from his predecessor the late Hugo Chavez the presidency of Venezuela and the messianic delirium. During one of his innumerable television appearances he thought it convenient to make an allegory to the multiplication of the fish of Jesus and compare it to the performance of the Chavez by saying: get there, multiply as Christ multiplied the penises, sorry the fish. Something that is ridiculous not only because of the confusion but in the face of excessive inflation. During an intervention in commemoration of the death of Simón Bolívar, the Venezuelan president decided to make a somewhat free biography of the Latin American hero: he was three years old as an orphan of his father, nine years old as an orphan of his mother, as the liberator matured he became an orphan of his father and mother at an early age and inexplicably as an orphan of his wife at 17 years old barely at 17, 18 years old he was an orphan of his wife if it can be said that way, an orphan of a wife should be said a widower but in the end he was an orphan, he was alone. Only one of his assistants tries to make him realize his mistake by whispering a widower, but the mockery is already done consecrating this moment for eternity. Bolivar must be wallowing in his grave. The Chavista recognized for his errors in the speeches, saying from words that do not exist until phrases badly spoken. He spoke again about an alleged defeat of Hugo Chavez in the 2012 elections, and there is no opportunity in which Nicolás in the best style of the grandfather in the Simpsons can not spend five minutes without making a fool of himself. On this occasion he said that Chávez had lost, what we will never know if it was a lapsus linguae or what many want to believe as proof of electoral fraud. If it is a question of speaking, it is shown that Nicolás Maduro is not the most skilled, but how about math: three million homes in the great Venezuelan housing mission plus three million families in the great new colored neighborhood mission, We have six million families. Well, there is not much to say except that for him houses and families add up. Following the mathematics we find the insurmountable ability to convert measures of the Venezuelan president who can convert doubt into distances, distances into time, and time to air. It is one thing to arrange elections to perpetuate in power, to reach unimaginable levels of corruption, and another to have the unwillingness to affirm without any kind of objection that the state coffers are stolen. The mockery has reached unimaginable levels: those merchants you know are as victims of the capitalists who speculate and steal as we do. And surely Nicolas does not know that old saying that says after a jester thief. The minimum that is required of a president is that he knows the political and constitutional system of his country. Basically the keys of a car are not given to those who do not know the traffic laws and although Maduro was for a long time and prior to his participation in politics a bus driver seems to have no idea what or how Venezuela works.