Yeah, here we go again. Another story on Castrogonia’s stealthy crypto-colonialism.
The rulers of Castrogonia disguise their imperialist /colonialist designs with the effective camouflage of “scholarships” for students from Africa. These students are indoctrinated in the communist gospel during their stay in the Caribbean island, and are then sent back home well-trained in the art of turning their native land into a totalitarian state that will be a mirror image of Castrogonia and a compliant colony under its control.
While this assembly line of covert agitators is in motion, Castrogonia receives two major benefits: 1. The grateful third world nation showers its “benefactor” with special deals and gifts, and also joins in Castrogonia’s campaigns on the world stage (such as calling for the release of imprisoned Cuban spies). 2. The news media of the so-called Free World promote and polish Castrogonia’s image as a benevolent humanitarian utopia.
Though Ghana looks like a small nation on the map of Africa, it about the same size as Cuba or Great Britain It also happens to be one of the world’s top sources for gold, and is also rich in petroleum and natural gas.
The branch of the Castrogonia’s government that runs the stealth colonialism enterprise calls itself The Cuban Institute of Friendship with the People. The “Institute’s” World Coordinator visited Ghana this week, to work out new deals. Her name: Fidelia Ricardo Garcia. Yes, Fidelia.
Read it and weep.
From the Official Portal of the government of Ghana (ghana.gov.gh)
Castro Kingdom extends its crypto-colonialist tentacles to Ghana; rulers of African nation very, very grateful
Vice President of Ghana Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur yesterday reiterated the commitment of Government to deepen relations with Cuba.
He recalled the good relations between the two nations, which dated back to the First Republic and said the link had inured immensely for the mutual benefit of Ghana and Cuba.
At a meeting with Mrs Fidelia Ricardo Garcia, the World Co-ordinator of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the People (ICAP) who called on him at the Flagstaff House in Accra, the Vice-President commended Cuba for the immense assistance offered to Ghana.
Cuba has offered more than 1,200 scholarships to Ghanaians over the years to study in various disciplines especially in the educational sector.
Majority of the beneficiaries are serving in various capacities across the country, and according to Vice President Amissah-Arthur it has gone a long way to improve the economy and material conditions of the people.
“The Government and the people of Ghana will never forget the immeasurable support we have received from the government of Cuba,” he said.
Mrs Fidelia Ricardo Garcia is in the country to seek support for the release of five Cuban nationals in US jail for the past 15 years over charges of terrorism and espionage.
Accompanying Mrs Garcia was Jorge F. Lefebre Nicoloas, the Cuban Ambassador to Ghana.