“Tremendo Chancletero!” (ese Fontova!) Also “an ultra-slick and schmoooozing millionaire lobbyist…” (well which one, Cuban Intelligence???) Is he a “scummy Bambi-murdering Cajun?” Or an “ultra-wealthy and slick lobbyist?” Cuban intelligence can’t make up their minds about Humberto Fontova.
From the Castro regime’s captive (literally!) newspaper Cubadebate:
“Instead of his proper name, wherever the words Humberto Fontova appear should be the terms: “SWINE! TRAITOR!…Fontova’s books and columns are nothing but scandalous libels against our Revolution’s founders, Fidel and Che. He also has an outlet for his rants and libels against our leaders at Townhall, alongside tacky blonds and brunettes.” (Ahora Townhall le abre un huequito editorial, en su nómina de vociferantes contra Obama al ladito de chancleteras rubias y triguenas.)
By the way, amigos. “Chancletera” is Cuban slang that translates literally into “flip-flop wearer.” But think a combination of Honey Boo-Boo’s Mama June and Jersey Shore’s Snooki for the image the Castroites are trying to convey about Townhall’s female columnists. Heaven forbid a member of the Castro dynasty should be caught dead in flip-flops!
In fact, upon a recent visit to New York, Raul Castro’s granddaughter sported Chanel shoes, a Louis Vuitton purse and a Rolex watch. And if you’re wondering how members of a terror-sponsoring dynasty so easily procure U.S. visas from our State Department you’re not alone.
Lately Castro’s KGB-founded and mentored intelligence services have hit upon the shrewd device of setting up bogus Twitter accounts under the names of the people they most fear and loath. Thus they put bogus words in the mouths of their enemies to confuse and mislead these enemies’ followers.
Given that in Fidel Castro’s own words: “Propaganda is vital—propaganda is the heart of our struggle.”
And given that in Che Guevara’s own words:”Foreign reporters–preferably American–were much more valuable to us than any military victory. Much more valuable than recruits for our guerrilla force, were American media recruits to export our propaganda.”
And given that according to a CIA document declassified in 1984 titled “Castro’s Propaganda Apparatus:” “Castro’s use of propaganda assets–interviews with journalists, radio broadcasts–during his guerrilla war against Batista contributed in a major way to his victory and was a preview of the methods he would use so successfully after coming to power. Immediately after assuming power, Fidel Castro set out creating a propaganda empire that today is perhaps the most effective in the Western Hemisphere.”
Given the above, those who expose the regime’s propaganda—especially in the guise it usually appears ( mainstream media “reports” often quoting prestigious American “Think”-Tanks, etc.)—such debunkers tend to especially unnerve the Stalinist regime.