Russia increases investment in total overhaul of Cuban railroads

So, happy, so deliriously happy!

From our Bureau of Significant Neocolonialist Ventures

Well, it seems that fake “president” Trucutu’s trip to Russia has yielded some results after all.

Grand Putinia has agreed to completely rebuild Cuba’s rail network from top to bottom, at an estimated cost of nearly two billion dollars.

And the agreement also includes an additional 96-million-dollar program to teach at least 600 Cuban savages how to run the new railroad system.

Who ever said that colonialism doesn’t bring progress to subhumans? Or that the Russian empire no longer exists?

Trucutu expressed joy and gratitude over Grand Putinia’s growing investment in Castrogonia, as befits every colonized savage, saying:  “We observe the growing role of Russia that resists the U.S. attempts at domination,” 

Don’t be too surprised if Trucutu is awarded a medal by King Raul for securing this deal!

And don’t forget this bit of information, which reveals the full legacy of Castro-socialism: When King Fidel assumed the throne in 1959 Cuba had the most extensive railway system in all of Latrine America, mile-per-mile, in relation to its size and population. And it worked very nicely. And this system was the first to be built in that same region, even before Spain ever laid a single track on its own “advanced and civilized” European soil.

Now a new European colonial master has to step in and completely rebuild what Castroism destroyed.

Vamos bien! Si, requetebien.

Never mind our body language, we’re getting along fabulously….

From Global Railway Review

During a visit to Moscow by the President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, an additional agreement has been added to the current contract for the restoration and modernisation of the railway infrastructure of the Republic of Cuba.

The original contract between LLC Russian Railways International and the Union of Railways of Cuban Railways was first agreed in early October 2019, estimated to cost €1.9 billion with an expected duration of 10 years. The project involves the development of a master plan for the development of the railway network of the Republic of Cuba. Other agreed arrangements included the reconstruction of the main railway lines; providing equipment for signalling stations, hauls, and crossings; the modernisation of the existing signalling systems on the Havana to Santiago de Cuba line; the creation of a Unified Dispatch Centre for Transportation Management; and supplying construction and track equipment and materials.

The new additional agreement was signed the ‘agreement on the design work, development of the master plan, as well as the provision of training services’. The aim is to train 600 Cuban railway workers in higher and secondary special education programmes, with advanced training for managers and specialists. The execution period is three years and is valued at €92 million.

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Castronoid railroad
Deluxe sleeping compartment in Castronoid railroad
Hey, once again you’re badmouthing socialism! Cut it out…or else.. !

3 thoughts on “Russia increases investment in total overhaul of Cuban railroads”

  1. That picture says so much. Putin is aware he is dealing with a figurine, as in dumb actor, and the figurine is aware that he is facing a real head-of-state.

    Putin: Where are you regarding logistics?
    Actor: The cuban people’s revolutionary duty against capitalistic inequ…
    Putin: I am sorry?
    Actor: Um, let me call Raul…

  2. D-C can’t even fake it–he’s too, uh, limited. Even with a better poseur like JFK, the Russians had his number. Pitiful.

  3. Carlos, you still don’t get it. Cuba was WAY too advanced before 1959. It was supposed to be at a much more Latrine level, especially because its size and resources were far less than those of a number of other “brother” countries. The situation was totally aberrant, not to mention embarrassing, and something had to be done to restore the proper balance in the region. Fidel was the “Great Latrinizer.”

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