Cuba’s dictatorship reaffirms its solidarity and ‘common cause’ with North Korea’s dictatorship

The Castro dictatorship’s sock puppet president, MIguel Diaz-Canel, reaffirmed the Cuban regime’s solidarity with North Korea’s dictatorship, saying the two murderous communist dictatorships are united in a “common cause.” Apparently, that common cause is subjugation, slavery, brutal oppression, and murdering their citizens.

Via Periodico Cubano (my translation):

Cuba’s designated leader, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, affirmed that the government he heads, as well as the Cuban people, have a “common cause” with Kim Jong Un’s North Korea. The statement was made on the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two nations ruled by totalitarian communist regimes.

“Brotherly people united for a common cause. I cherish the memories of the love the Korean people expressed for Cuba during my visits to this beautiful country,” wrote Diaz-Canel on Twitter.

Keep in mind this is the same corrupt, brutal, and murderous Cuban dictatorship Biden and Democrats have vowed to re-embrace and support if they win back the White House.

2 thoughts on “Cuba’s dictatorship reaffirms its solidarity and ‘common cause’ with North Korea’s dictatorship”

  1. It may be a stretch, but I think El Bobo de la Yucanel may actually be more stupid than Maduro.

    Of course, that’s why he got the job, because they wanted a functional moron.

  2. They probably have the same laugh every time a proud American, under delusions of grandeur and seemingly oblivious of history, says “…we defeated communism”.

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