I recently wrote how football teams in South America are distinguished by their political affiliation. Apparently, the same is true for taxi drivers.
This moto-taxi driver in Villa Tunari in Bolivia wore his conviction on the helmet so visibly, that it was easy to choose a different driver.
A rather ugly contrast to the taxi driver in Santa Cruz, whose father had been a Jewish refugee from Germany.
Seriously, I think the Villa Tunari Moto-Taxi Drivers’ Association would do well to expulse that idiot.
“Buddhism. You’re doing it wrong” would probably be one of the kindest things one could say…
Because of the SS runes above the swastika, I doubt the guy was inspired by Buddhism.
I didn’t even notice them till now! Having said that, the Queen song, “Bohemian Rhapsody” springs to mind with the 2 runes and the swastika… “Thunderbolt and lightning, very very frightening”
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