Fucked Up Hijo de Puta

Legendary Argentine soccer player mess Diego Maradona showed his support for the Venezuelan government of OFFENDER Nicolas Maduro in its “fight against imperialism,” on social media early this week.

Bitch posted on Facebook, “We are Chavistas until death. And when Maduro orders, I am dressed as a soldier for a free Venezuela, to fight against the imperialism and those who want to take our flags, which is the most sacred thing we have.”

Obviously his comments were condemned by everyone with common sense, ex-teammates and legendary South American soccer players.

Maradona was one of the greatest soccer players in history, but the hero he was on the field never match his personal life. On the contrary, he was undisciplined, disrespectful and unprofessional. He had issues with drugs, alcohol and whatever other substance that exist. He was and still is a terrible father and a horrible husband.

In other words dude is fucked up in every single area of life. 

However he still have an status of “god” and still getting millions in contracts. In fact, he lives in Dubai where he lives like a king, which is why his comments are double offensive.

Someone like him living large has NO right to say a word over a kidnapped country where people die everyday fighting for its rights. Venezuelans have no food, no medicine, and no access to basic commodities.  

It’s easy to support a lazy criminal like Maduro when your family is not the one starving to death.

FUCK YOU Maradona!

You should have died long ago from all the excess, but trash like you are usually and unfairly pretty lucky. 

#FreeVenezuela

Rescued Injured Condor Keeps Coming Back To Say ‘Thanks’

Edgar is a simple rancher from Loncopué in Argentina who is currently living a Disney-like moment by befriending a bird. And not just any bird, but a imposing condor whom he found in the yard of his house and has been helping to grow for the last few months.

“One day in March he appeared here alone and with a broken leg,” Edgar said in an interview. “We were healing him from an injury that did not seem to be serious and from that day he approaches me every time I call him.”

“When I contacted wildlife people they told me it was a male bird who is believed to have been born in October last year and apparently had lost contact with his parents,” the man shared about his new friend whom he affectionately calls ‘Condorito.’ (Btw Condorito is a famous Chilean comic book that features an anthropomorphic condor living in a fictitious town).

While the rancher is excited about the whole story, he reiterated that he was not trying to domesticate the bird as the condor belongs in the wild.

This week the bird began to fly and is slowly moving from Edgar’s house. “It keeps appearing, but less and less, which is what we expected,” he said. Still, the rancher is happy he was able to help the bird.

Without a doubt this condor has some feelings, because a normal one would have easily kicked his ass! 

The Falkland Islands, 35th Anniversary of The Invasion

I’m a bit late, but it’s never too late too talk about historic WTF events that make no sense! 

The history of the Falkland Islands (Spanish: Islas Malvinas) goes back at least five hundred years, with active exploration and colonisation only taking place in the 18th century. Nonetheless, the islands have been a matter of controversy, as they have been claimed by the French, British, Spaniards and Argentines at various points.

In 1832 Argentina took back the Island, disregarding the British claim of 67 years prior. Less than 3 months later, the Brits evicted Argentine once again.

And on April 1982, an Argentine military force invaded the Island again…The conflict lasted 74 days and ended with the Argentine surrender on 14 June 1982, returning the islands to British control.

In total, 649 Argentine military personnel, 255 British military personnel, and three Falkland Islanders died during the hostilities.

Now, I understand that 18th century was a mess and the Brits, French and Spaniards colonised (read: murdered) whatever and whoever was on their way, but Falkland Islands are in South America, one step away from Argentina and light million years from the United Kingdom.

Should Britain give the Falklands to Argentina? That’s a question I always ask myself… And my answer is always yes, because I speak to myself like a crazy person.

The fact is, less than 5000 people live on the islands, and the whole things is very complex but by doing the right thing (giving them back to Argentina) they will also put centuries of enmity behind.

Our world needs peace not another dumb war for territory, especially when geographically you are not in the same continent.

When I was kid, I remember my grandmother had on her fridge an sticker that said “Las Malvinas son Argentinas”  (the Falkland Islands are Argentine). And they were, are and will always be.