Yet another surprise! To hell with “normalization”: Castro regime wants more concessions from U.S.A.

Si, sácate los mocos y cómetelos, Obamita… no me vas a complacer hasta que te arranques los pulmones y se los coma mi hermano. (Yeah, pick your nose and eat your boogers, Obamita… I won’t be satisfied until you rip out your lungs and my brother eats them).

From our Surprise-Upon-Surprise Department:

Aaaaaay!  “Embassies” are about to open in Havana and Washington D.C., but “normalization” is still a long way off, so says King Raul.

The current occupant of the White House patted himself on the back continuously today, praising his push for full diplomatic relations as a historic moment.

But King Raul and his minions are not satisfied in the least.  As they see it, relations won’t be “normal” until the U.S. caves in to all of their colossal demands.

Basically, when you study his demands carefully, it’s easy to see that King Raul won’t be satisfied until the U.S. becomes a colony of his kingdom and he becomes king of the U.S.

But he can’t be so explicit.  So he lays out some truly outlandish demands that hint at his real intentions.

Ha.  Wait for all this to explode.  It will soon enough.

This is just like  the wick on a firecracker that fizzles out, but keeps smoldering, making its way to the gunpowder.   Better not to grab that sucker, thinking it’s a dud.

The current occupant of the White House may end up with no fingers or nose after this small bomb blows up in his hands or face.

Boom!  Boo hoo.

Happy Fourth of July, Lord High Facilitator….


From Granma Lite (Associated Press)

Cuba says more needs to be done

Cuba’s government is making it clear that there’s still a ways to go before its relationship with the United States can be normalized.

Even amid the announcement that the U.S. and Cuba will be opening embassies in each other’s capitals, Cuba is demanding an end to the U.S. embargo, and the return of the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay. It also wants an end to American radio and TV broadcasts aimed at the island.

[Not mentioned by  AP: Raul Castro is also demanding billions of dollars in reparations for the damage the “embargo” has done to his kingdom.]

There’s resistance in Congress to ending the embargo — from Republicans and some Democrats who say President Barack Obama is rewarding a government that engages in serious human rights abuses.

Read a little bit more HERE (nothing substantial, but part of the Granma Lite compulsion to put some more of their Castronid spin on their reporting.

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