Pop quiz: how much do you know about Iran’s propaganda campaign in Latrine America?
Not much, probably.
The English-language news media has totally overlooked this issue. And very little has surfaced in any other language beyond the confines of Havana and Teheran.
Did you know that Iran has developed a Spanish-language television network: HispanTV?
Did you know that they have just established a central bureau in Havana?
Did you know that Iran hopes to capture the hearts and minds of Latrine America and to fan the flames of anti-Americanism in the region, with the cooperation of the Castro Kingdom's media experts?
If you answered "yes" to these questions, then, obviously, you are one of the individuals involved in this venture. Or you are one of the very few at the CIA who care to know what is really going on in Latrine America.
If you answered "no," then you are among the 99.9% who are in the dark about these developments. And here is your chance to become as well informed as the cretins who are engaged in these shenanigans.
ABC Spain reports that Teheran and Havana are all set to flood the Spanish-speaking New World with their unique strain of propaganda poison. The two rogue nations are thrilled with the arrangements they have made to launch HispanTV. Whether this new television network of theirs will ever reach anyone remains to be seen. But the plans are certainly real and in the process of being brought to fruition.
Castrogonia's official propaganda organ, Granma, recently gushed about the agreement reached by Havana and Teheran to establish an Iranian media presence in the Castro Kingdom. The Vice-President of the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television, Omar Olazabal, confirmed the existence of this cooperative enterprise on the pages of Granma, boasting of the opening of an Iranian TV news bureau in Havana.
Granma also quoted Iranian mover-and-shaker Ali Asghar Minaei from the Iranian Ministry of Communications -- whose official title is Director General of International Communication and Cooperation-- who gushed about this latest chapter in the "development of bilateral ties" between Castrogonia and Iran.
In Castrogonia's international propaganda rag, Prensa Latina, this new venture also received considerable attention, and even featured a quote from the Iranian ambassador in Havana, Ali Chegeni, who confirmed that his government is "very interested in opening a bureau of HispanTV in Cuba as soon as possible, so that both countries (Castrogonia and Iran) can form a united front to challenge the information monopoly enjoyed by the hegemonic power of the United States."
These revelations place this week's "Television and Radio Festival" in Havana in a whole new context.
No comment yet from Julia Sweig, Phil Peters, and the usual gang of Cuba analyst/experts, who have strained so hard to prove that Castrogonia poses no threat whatsoever to the United States.
Entire report HERE, in Castellano.