“I wanted to show my support by letting Democrats buy the zero-cent penny so we can take their money and give it to people who have no money to spend,” said Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey.
Carlos and the other 149 campers start chanting the motto of Camp Agape: “Redistribution sets you free.” Fifteen minutes later, I’m convinced the phrase can never be fully eradicated from my mind and I’m strangely okay with that.
The National Treasury chief said there’s no room on the bill to illustrate its actual value, but the portrait of Marx is “more important than the Yankee imperialist concept of worth.”
President Nicolas Maduro ordered the production of the new Karl Marx bills despite being unable to say exactly how much a “less than zero bolivar” is worth. The official exchange rate is currently 49,478 bolivars per U.S. dollar.
The Treasury is selling the currency at an 8 percent commission, which can be purchased by each person according to his ability using a debit card or bank transfer. National banks then distribute real bolivars to each according to his needs.
“Compared to the patriarchy, what’s a little cancerous lip tattoo of the founder of the Indochina Communist Party?” said Fonda.
“You have Trump family. You have people in Party calling for assassination. You have armed uprisings and systematic web of disinformation. Act! And say they were murdered by left-wing reactionaries during evacuation.”