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Latest news from Castro Kingdom: Repressive violence OK in Cuba, but not in Egypt

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File this one under absolute hypocrisy.

Cross-index with pot-calling-the-kettle-black and casting-stones-at-glass-houses-from-a-glass-house.

Unreal.

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From Israel News

Castro Kingdom Condemns Violence in Egypt

Cuba is condemning the ongoing violence in Egypt. A statement from the Communist-run government was read on state television Saturday, saying that it was watching the violence with concern.

It said that while Cuban officials always condemn the killing of innocent civilians, they are confident the Egyptian people can find a solution to the violence "exercising its legitimate right to self-determination without any outside interference." (AP)

3 comments to Latest news from Castro Kingdom: Repressive violence OK in Cuba, but not in Egypt

  • Gallardo

    "exercising its legitimate right to self-determination without any outside interference."

    Of course, they, miserable, inept, criminal, and slavish frauds who don't represent the interests of the nation they have ruined, see themselves in the mirror looking at Egypt and can't contain the diarrhea that such a sight gives them. More so when the cult leader seems to have his days counted and they do not know what the outcome might be after 54 years of lies, abuse, destruction, and aberration. They know that any foreign support to an internal revolt will be their end in every single way.

    However, they had no problem with outside interference when they received CIA support back in the 1950s or whenever they finance, arm, and train guerrilla groups in other nations (including democratic ones). Let's go ask the Venezuelans about "self-determination without any outside interference"...

  • asombra

    But Carlos, if they weren't shameless hypocrites, they wouldn't be themselves.

  • Carlos Eire

    Yes, Asombra... you are right. You can say this about the devil: he has to be consistent when it comes to evil. No flip-flopping allowed by his nature.