Prominent German politician dies on flight home from Cuba

From our Bureau of Ruined Dream Holidays in Repressive Tropical Hellholes

Karin Strenz, a member of Germany’s Bundestag (federal parliament), died suddenly on her flight home from a Castrogonian apartheid vacation at Varadero beach. Officials from the Bundestag and her CDU party made it clear she was not there on official German government business.

Once again, a pleasure trip to Castrogonia has turned deadly for an apartheid tourist. Let’s see if the results of the investigation into her unexpected death are ever released.


A politician from Angela Merkel’s CDU party collapsed and died on a trans-Atlantic flight on Sunday, leading German prosecutors to seek further details about the circumstances of her death.

Karin Strenz, a 53-year-old member of the Bundestag for the northeastern state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, was pronounced dead on arrival, after her flight from Cuba performed an emergency landing at Dublin Shannon airport. She had collapsed during the flight.

Prosecutors in Schwerin confirmed on Monday that they had opened an investigation and have asked Irish authorities for the results of a post mortem.

“We assume that a post mortem has taken place in Ireland,” a spokesperson for the Schwerin prosecution service told the German Press Agency.

The spokesperson said that it is normal practise to start an investigation in such circumstances.

Strenz had been a member of the Bundestag since 2009. She had been in Cuba with her husband.

On Monday, a spokesperson for the Bundestag said that she had not visited the island state on parliamentary business. A spokesperson for the CDU party also said that she had not been on a party delegation there.

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4 thoughts on “Prominent German politician dies on flight home from Cuba”

  1. It might be a coincidence. People can die suddenly and unexpectedly in many places and settings. But she had absolutely no business vacationing in a totalitarian shithole in pandemic mode, certainly not if she had the pretensions I fully expect she had as a politician. It was unseemly, not to say disgraceful.

  2. Germans, of all people, should not be filling the monopolistic pockets of those who run a grotesque marxist dystopia for profit. Such immoral triviality is better suited for Canadians and sons of bitches like, say, the Spaniards.

    Granted, she said to represent Germany’s center-right. Yeah, we know the type… Grated, do people from AfD (Germany’s far-right), despite the party’s flaws, vacation in Castrolandia? I highly doubt it but, of course, they are the “problem”.

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