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  • asombra: That “general” in the back at left is really too ugly to appear in public. What a TARUGO.

  • asombra: One of the main factors that convinced my mother she HAD to get her kids out of Castro’s Cuba was her horrified...

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  • asombra: It will work the way it always has without exception: the way Castro, Inc. thinks will best suit Castro, Inc. in terms of gain...

  • CarlosM2000: The article above is not completely correct. The way it will work is that the state will sell all of the assets (furniture,...

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But… but… all the experts say Cuba poses no threat of any kind….

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Castrolandia's newest and youngest top dog -- El Conde-Duque Brunito Rodriguez-- wasted no time in proving his worth immediately after his sudden promotion. Yes, the rising star is hard at work cementing his monarch's ties with the Islamofascist state of Iran. Fifty years after the Russians took away Fidel's nuclear toys, it looks as if King Raul and his fresh-faced "Valido", the Count-Duke Rodriguez, are aiming to get them back.

From Press TV

Cuba backs Iran’s nuclear program, vows to defy sanctions

The Cuban foreign minister has reaffirmed Havana’s determination to support Tehran’s nuclear energy program and strengthen mutual cooperation to counter Western embargos.

At a meeting with Ali Asghar Khaji, the Iranian deputy foreign minister for Europe and Americas, in the Cuban capital city of Havana on Thursday, Bruno Eduardo Rodriguez Parrilla, hailed Iran-Cuba ties as “strategic” and voiced his country’s support for the Islamic Republic’s nuclear energy program.

He expressed Havana’s preparedness to enhance bilateral ties with Tehran in high technology and exchange experience to counter the effects of the “plots and sanctions [imposed on both countries] by the common enemy.

The Cuban foreign minister also praised the amiable relations between the two countries and expressed optimism that Cuban President Raul Castro will visit Iran next year.

Khaji, for his part, conveyed the greetings of the Iranian officials to the Cuban leaders and expressed Iran’s preparedness to participate in Cuba’s economic and infrastructural plans.

He praised bilateral diplomatic ties and called for further exploitation of the existing potentials to promote mutual relations in economic and scientific fields.

Khaji’s trip to Cuba was the last leg of his tour of Latin America. He had previously visited Venezuela, Bolivia and Uruguay.

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El Conde-Duque Bruno Rodriguez

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