“FIENDISHLY DIFFICULT!” gasps the BBC about crossing the Florida Straits “SHARKS! JELLYFISH!–SHEER DISTANCE!” (Yes, the report’s about Diana Nyad)

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Here’s the BBC’s Sarah Rainsford reporting from Cuba. (what’s with English gals and their teeth anyway?)

But nothing from the BBC about the fiendish difficulties below:

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And yet yet hundreds of thousands of Cubans have braved these fiendish difficulties on craft most of us wouldn’t board outside a backyard swimming pool, and were utterly ignored by the BBC (along with most of the worldwide media.)

And yet the BBC (and most of the worldwide media) have run numerous specials on the horrors of the Berlin Wall. Estimates of the dead while trying to cross the Berlin Wall run from 136 to 1200 (from a pop. of 18 million).

Estimates of the dead attempting to escape Cuba while following Diana Nyad’s exact route run from 20,000–80,0000 (from a pop. of 7-10 million.)

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Diana Nyad in Stalinist Cuba surrounded by her Communist apparatchik friends and facilitators

2 thoughts on ““FIENDISHLY DIFFICULT!” gasps the BBC about crossing the Florida Straits “SHARKS! JELLYFISH!–SHEER DISTANCE!” (Yes, the report’s about Diana Nyad)”

  1. Looks like real news to me. Love the bugle–extra cheese. Doesn’t she look fetching? Hey, Pelosi, eat your heart out. Monty Python’s got nothing on this farce. But yes, the MSM loves this BS, if nothing else because they know we hate it. And again, this stunt is completely artificial and contrived, so even if the old bag makes it, it means NADA. Diana Nada. Yes, that has the right ring to it.

    Actually, this tawdry little circus does mean something. It means Cuba’s tragedy remains a joke to most people, as it always has been. Remember what that says about them and how they feel about us. Remember what hypocritical, whorish frauds they are, especially those with the greatest pretensions, who claim to “speak truth to power.” Remember their names, and especially their employers’ names. And don’t get mad but, insofar as possible, get even. At the very least, they deserve our coldest contempt and everlasting scorn.

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