From our Told-You-So Bureau:
Oh, the marvels of a totalitarian state run by a crime syndicate.
While 99 percent of Cubans struggle to cope with the devastation left behind by Hurricane Irma –without any help from their government– the apartheid tourist industry run by Castro, Inc. is now once again in full swing.
Yes. The number one priority in Castrogonia is helping Canadians enjoy the apartheid lifestyle they so desperately crave.
Funny thing: a Castronoid entity that calls itself “The Cuba Tourist Board of Canada” has announced that Castrogonia is once again open for business due to the “swift and effective response” of the Castro mafia and the “banding together” of the Cuban people.
A Castronoid spokesman for that so-called Cuba Tourist Board named Eloy Govea admits that repairing the apartheid resorts was a number one priority, but fails to mention the real reason for this twisted prioritizing.
According to Govea, this lightning-quick response to hurricane damage is due to the intense love that Cubans have for Canadians.
And he also adds that the best way for Canadians to reciprocate this love and offer hurricane relief to Cuba is to support its apartheid tourist industry.
Santa mierda de los perros de San Lazaro…. le rrrrronca!
Given the new heights to which Mr. Govea has taken the art of prevarication, he is the first -ever winner of our new Chutzpah Trophy, awarded by our Castronoid Chutzpah Bureau.
From Travel Week:
The Cuba Tourist Board of Canada says the Canadian government has lifted its travel advisories for Havana and Varadero in the wake of “a swift and effective response” to Hurricane Irma.
The federal government had issued regional advisories for both cities, citing initial uncertainty over the impact of Irma.
“The retraction of the travel advisories for Havana and Varadero is really a reflection of how Cubans have banded together to get life back on track,” said Eloy Govea, Director for Canada for the Cuba Tourist Board.
“We are pleased that the Canadian government is confident in the safety of our destinations and look forward to showcasing Canadian travellers the spirit of Cuba once again.”
Canadian travel and tour operators have resumed flights and activities in Havana, Varadero and Holguin. With the vast majority of hotels and resorts in these cities now up and running, only the destinations of Cayo Coco and Cayo Santa Maria remain under regional advisory. There is currently no nationwide advisory in effect for Cuba, said Govea…
…Canadians looking to support Cuba’s post-Irma transition are encouraged to do so by visiting the country, notes Govea. Cuba’s tourism industry generates a large portion of its national GDP, making it an integral part of the Cuban economy.
“The continued flow of Canadian guests to Cuba is instrumental not only to economic recovery, but to the spirit of the Cubans that want to confirm that Canadian love for the island has not changed after Irma,” said Govea. “Cuba is the same beautiful, welcoming destination it has always been, and we invite Canadians with open arms to see that for themselves.”