Pedro Pablo Piccardo’s Olympic gold medal win inspired the PSD in Seixal to create an anti-communist billboard, calling for the “orange” vote in the upcoming municipal elections. The election campaign of the Social Democratic Party, whose candidacy is headed by Bruno Vasconcelos, was marked by advertising posters criticizing the various communist regimes. See the billboards in the photo gallery.
Hours after the win for the triple player, who was born in Cuba and naturalized Portuguese in 2017, the party shared a poster ad on Facebook, with the following sentence: “On September 26, do like a hero. Flee from communism and enjoy a life of gold.”
Since 2013, the CDU has headed the Autonomous Seixalense party and to overthrow this permanent power, Bruno Vasconcelos’ list has invested in communication through various billboards, posted on social networks, by linking the leadership of President Joaquim Santos with the communist regimes in Venezuela and China.
“After 45 years of eating rice, would you vote for the same old rice? Mao, Mao, Maria”, referring to the founder of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, through a communist policy known as Maoism.
Already connected to the country led by two big names of communism, Hugo Chávez and Nicolas Maduro, the PSD presented on the billboard the phrase: “Do you think it is good to live in communism? Ask your cousin who lived in Venezuela.”
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