“That’s Right, WE BAD!” says Sherritt’s Ian Delaney (while sh*tting his pants in secret)
From a Castro propaganda pamphleteer who published an article in Canada's Globe and Mail today attempting to lure foreign investors to partner with the Castro Mafia:
"in 1996 Delaney received a letter informing him that he and other Sherritt officials were blacklisted from the United States for violating Helms-Burton. Undaunted, Fidel Castro’s “favourite capitalist” – as he became known – framed the missive and kept it in his office until his retirement last year."
Ooooh-Ohhh! That Delaney's so COOL!..so EDGY!...so BAD!!!"
What the propaganda pamphlet doesn't mention (though, as obligatory in this type of pamphleteering, it does mention Phil Peters) is how Delaney was slipping Peters under the table money to finance his lobbying against the embargo in hopes of lifting this (apparently very disconcerting) blacklisting.
As well known hereabouts, it was Babalu's Henry Gomez who broke this fascinating story of deceit, bribery and swinishness back in 2008.