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  • asombra: There’s a misspelling on that plaque. It should have read “Esta es tu caca, Fidel.”

  • asombra: Don’t worry. Castro, Inc. knows what it’s doing, and it knows its public.

  • asombra: Either these people are pitiful idiots or they think everyone else is.

  • asombra: Because, you know, Reuters cares SO much about Cubans, so it really “feels their pain.” Just like Clinton did.

  • asombra: Well, at least Batista didn’t run around in military garb, which he was more entitled to do than either Castro tyrant.

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North Korea and Castro Kingdom: Forging Bright Plans for the Future, For Sure

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General Kim Kyok-sik

Oh yeah... very, very bright, with some radiation on the side as an added bonus.

Yeah, let's remove the Castro Kingdom from the list of terrorist nations, please.  It's a peace-loving, totally harmless entity, and a great potential friend of the U.S.A.

And, while we're at it, let's do away with that nasty little list altogether.  It is sooo negative, sooo pesimistic and racist.  Love, peace, brotherhood and unicorns forever.

Please notice the last line in this report, which proves that Fidel Castro is a peaceful wise man, the Caribbean equivalent of Nelson Mandela.  Never mind what he said about nuking the entire East Coast of the United States back in the 1960's.  That was a long time ago, and he has forgotten about it, anyway.

Kumbaya my Lord, Kumbaya... Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens... It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood....A beautiful day for a neighbor...Would you be mine?...Could you be mine?...Won't you be my neighbor?.

From NTD Television:

North Korea's Top Military Chief Meets with Cuba's Armed Forces Chief

North Korea's hardline military chief Kim Kyok-sik met with the Cuba's armed forces chief, General Leopoldo Cintra Frias, in Havana on Sunday (June 30).

The four-star general, in his 70s, has been in Cuba since Friday on an official visit to strengthen ties between the allies.

Kim Kyok-sik visited military installations and held talks with top Cuban government officials.

North Korea, along with Cuba, is one of the world's last communist countries. Over the past year, it has been ratcheting up pressure on neighbour South Korea. Relations have been strained with China and it threatened to bomb the United States.

In April, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro warned ally North Korea against war as tensions on the Korean Peninsula rose.

General Leopoldo Cintra Frias

General Leopoldo Cintra Frias

 

5 comments to North Korea and Castro Kingdom: Forging Bright Plans for the Future, For Sure

  • asombra

    The Castro minion looks like a total slug. Figures.

  • Gallardo

    They look like total slugs because that's what they are. Cuba is a one man show and Castro's subordinates have always been no more than stupid yes-men. The last thing an egotistical fraud like Castro wants next to him are ambitious and smart bastards.

    The moment the Castros are gone these minions will be as clueless as the very morons from Venezuela. North Korea? A miserable soviet modeled state maintained by China? That's their advisor and plan to secure their power in the future? Really? I am glad.

  • asombra

    Yes, and anyone ambitious and smart has been eliminated. Ask Arnaldo Ochoa.

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  • Honey

    But stupid yes men were still able to destroy countries and keep them destroyed. Look at who led the revolution for Russia and how long it took for them to be undone. (and with this current American administration we are encouraging them to undo the undoing). And same goes for for Cuban leadership as well and how brilliant are the leaders of tyrannies in the Middle East?
    It doesn't take brains to be a dictator; it takes amorality and faithlessness, and egomania.