It’s complicated: Obama-Castro-Maduro ménage à trois turns sour

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From our Colony of Caracastan department: 

Oh, the pitfalls of polyamory!

Venenozuelan dictator  Nicolás Maduro and his sidekick and most likely successor Diosdado Cabello threw a hissy fit yesterday in response to the ultra-light sanctions imposed on some of their government officials by the current occupant of the White House.

These two top dogs of the Cuban colony of Venenozuela denounced the sanctions as “an extraordinary threat” to the colony’s national security.

In addition to imposing sanctions  on a handful of government officials for their role in human rights violations, the U.S. has also called for the release of Venezuelan political prisoners.

The ever-loquacious Maduro barked: «If the imperialists manage some day to do something against Venezuela through their internal lackeys, or to do something directly, there will be a worldwide insurrection led by the popular movements, worker’s movements, peasant movements, and revolutionary movements of the world.”

Never at a loss for words crafted by his masters in Havana, Maduro launched into an Orwellian tirade against the U.S. as an “imperialist” power.  Disguising his dictatorship as a popular movement for “independence,” the Castro puppet said: «Venezuela decided 15 years ago to become a sovereign and independent nation, with the advent of Chávez, and it was a decision reached by our people, so Mr. Obama can threaten us all he wants, because we will come together to win more elections and to stay free, sovereign and independent.”

“We won’t accept any intervention from any imperialist power in the world,” added Maduro. “They have no moral ground for accusing us of the violation of human rights.”

Maduro also railed against his opponents at home, as «una derecha desvergonzada, una derecha de mierda que algún día el pueblo pondrá en su debido lugar». (“Shameless and shitty right-wingers who will be put in their well-deserved place by the people someday.”)

For more on this colonial escapade go HERE (ABC Spain: in the Castellano imperialist dialect).

Venezuelans in line waiting for food and other necessities
Venezuelans waiting in line for food and other necessities

Meanwhile, Venenozuelan stores have begun to use fingerprint scanners at the checkout counter, to ensure that no one buys more goods than they are entitled to by their ration cards or engages in “hoarding.”

It is estimated that the average Venezuelan now spends about two or three hours per day waiting in line for food and other products.  Quite often, as in Castrogonia, whenever a line begins to form at a store people flock to it.  The routine is to take the last place in line, no matter what, and then ask someone what item or items are being sold.  The usual response is “I don’t know, but I’ll buy whatever they’re selling today.”

For more on this colonial tale of woe go HERE (ABC Spain: more of that annoying hegemonic Castellano dialect).

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Current occupant of the White House discusses Venezuelan situation with Castro regime special envoy Yusmojon Barbanegra Barriganza, High Commissioner for Colonial Affairs

Now here comes the best part of the story: this tempest in a teapot is having an effect on the Obama-Castro romance, and there is no telling what role it will play in the “normalization” talks currently underway.

The current occupant of the White House has gone way, way out on a limb and declared the Cuban colony of  Venenozuela a threat to American national security.

As one might expect, the colonial masters in Havana are not too happy with this.  As they see it, the U.S. has no right to treat their colony as an independent nation or to treat it any differently from Castrogonia.  The sticking point is the messy “human rights” issue.  If the U.S. can’t bring up that troublesome issue  in talks with Castrogonia, why the hell does the U.S. think it can bring it up in the case of Venezuela?

Here’s a tweet from Granma Old World, a.k.a. Agence France-Presse (AFP):  #Breaking: Cuba says gives its ‘unconditional support’ to Venezuela against US.

Hot Air has entitled their report on these developments as follows: Obama’s thaw with Cuba is going so great that they just undermined sanctions on Venezuela.

For the Hot Air take on all this go HERE. (In English)

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Swell, just swell… This romance is blooming like a daffodil in springtime snow…