Castro puppet show in Venezuela: Cuba’s puppet ‘president’ visits Cuba’s puppet dictator in Venezuela

It was a meeting of the puppets. Cuba’s puppet president Miguel Diaz-Canel visited Venezuela to meet with Cuba’s puppet dictator Nicolas Maduro. The usual niceties were exchanged and the same boring propaganda was spouted, as one would expect from two puppets having their strings pulled by the same puppet master.

It was indeed a Castro puppet show put on to entertain the media and the Castro dictatorship’s loyal fans. They all applauded and gasped in awe at how realistic and lifelike those puppets looked.

Via Reuters:

Cuba’s new leader praises Maduro in ‘solidarity’ visit to Venezuela

Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel flew to Caracas on Wednesday for his first foreign trip as head of state, a show of solidarity for Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro, whose controversial re-election this month has drawn condemnation in the West.

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro speaks next to Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel during their meeting at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas, Venezuela May 30, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello

“I pledge to you that no matter how big the challenges, you can count on Cuba today and forever,” Diaz-Canel said after meeting Maduro in the Miraflores presidential palace.

“Venezuela now needs our solidarity,” he earlier told Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly, a pro-government legislative superbody.

The United States, the European Union and major Latin American countries have condemned Maduro’s May 20 re-election, saying it did not meet democratic standards.

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2 thoughts on “Castro puppet show in Venezuela: Cuba’s puppet ‘president’ visits Cuba’s puppet dictator in Venezuela”

  1. “You can count on Cuba today and forever.” You betcha, at least as long as Venezuela has something to give.

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