Vladimir Putin Nominated For Hugo Chavez Peace Award Because Real Recognizes Real
In the age of “everyone get’s a trophy,” it should come as no surprise that Vladimir Putin has been nominated to receive the first ever Hugo Chavez peace prize. Though Venezuela is currently in the middle of financial and social disintegration, President Nicolas Maduro was able to squeeze out enough sponduli to create the honor, which is awarded to those who have “who have excelled in the struggle for peace.” What is it about Venezuela and handing out awards? The prize for winning the peace prize is a small trophy based on Sergey Kazantzev’s statue of Chavez, which was actually a gift from Putin back in 2013. Casual re-gifting is totally OK when the children of your country “are fainting in their classrooms due to hunger.”
Now that Putin has formally been recognized for his peace loving politics, maybe he’ll finally get a VMA for that time he sang, “Blueberry Hill.”
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