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Cuba’s Raul Castro calls on fellow Latin American despots to defend its puppet dictatorship in Venezuela from U.S. ‘aggression’

Tinpot dictators are a never-ending source of inane if not hilarious proclamations. After Cuba's tinpot dictator Raul Castro called on his fellow Lat[r]in[e] American despots to support his puppet dictatorship in Venezuela,  Bolivia's tinpot dictator Evo Morales stole a threat from deceased tinpot dictator Saddam Hussein and threatened the U.S. with another "Vietnam" if it dared to take military action against Cuba's marionettes in Caracas.

Via FARS News Agency:

Cuba's President Urges Allies to Support Venezuela's Maduro
Cuba's President Urges Allies to Support Venezuela's Maduro
TEHRAN (FNA)- Cuban president urged allies to defend Venezuela against foreign conspiracies, amid months of anti-government protests in Venezuela.

"Venezuela deserves strong support from its allies," Raul Castro said in a speech at a Group 77 (G-77) plus China meeting in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz, press tv reported.

"Imperialism and the oligarchs who were no match for President (Hugo) Chavez think that the time to destroy the Bolivarian revolution and overthrow President (Nicolas) Maduro's government using unconventional warfare methods, as they have done lately in different countries," Castro stressed.

Bolivian President Evo Morales also commented on the situation in Venezuela, saying that if the United States meddles militarily in the country, it would have a new Vietnam on its hands.

"If Barack Obama keeps assailing the people of Venezuela, I am convinced that, faced with provocation and aggression, Venezuela and Latin America will be a second Vietnam for the United States," Morales stressed.

"Let us defend democracy, natural resources, our sovereignty and our dignity," Morales added.

1 comment to Cuba’s Raul Castro calls on fellow Latin American despots to defend its puppet dictatorship in Venezuela from U.S. ‘aggression’

  • Gallardo

    It would be anything but a Vietnam or an Iraq. It would be a walk in the park a la Panama and they know it. Granted, not just any park, the neighborhood park.

    Moreover, these communists have had no better neighbor than USA. USA not only put Castro Inc. in power (like condescending imbeciles), it has protected them for half a century (and later financed them). With the exception of Reagan, it's all been no more than a fraudulent/propagandist show of conflicting "ideals" and an unavailing microphone war.