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Venezuela: A colony of the Castro dictatorship

Juan Abreu in his Emanaciones #1294 (my translation):

1294

Are there no doctors or hospitals in Venezuela? I imagine there are, but the Castros prefer to have Chavez close to them so they can control his death and get as much as possible out of it. Evidently, Venezuela is a colony of the Castros.

So how did Venezuela end up becoming a colony of the Castros? That is a question for the historians, but I suggest they look at the Cuban DSE because there is where they will find the answer to the question. Agents posted to important political positions in the military and agents in charge of providing security and controlling Chavez. And, of course, the Castros. You cannot deny the talent of the Castros for such things. What I mean to say is the talent to destroy countries. They destroyed Chile, Nicaragua, Angola, Peru, and Colombia. Nations that have required decades to recover from the machinations of the Castros. And Nicaragua, as we know, continues to be a shit hole ruled by pedophiles and assassins.

From the latest news I have read about Chavez's agony they say that some opposition figures want to travel to Cuba to find out what is really going on. I don't recommend they do that. If anyone among these figures appears to be a threat to Castroism or the clown the Castros chose to replace Chavez, it is very likely they will come down with some deadly disease or fall victim to a tragic accident.

They can't say they have not been warned.

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