The Nazi-taxi in Bolivia

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.

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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4 Responses to The Nazi-taxi in Bolivia

  1. deeess says:

    “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.

    • deeess says:

      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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