Surprise! As plague rages, Canadian hotel chain hopes to increase apartheid tourism in Cuba

Oafish CEO of Blue Diamond hotels visits his company’s new apartheid resort at Varadero

From our Bureau of Utterly Selfish Oafs Without Consciences

Our former Annals of Apartheid Tourism has changed its name. Why not get right to the point?

These amoral monsters who keep feeding the beast and hope to make it fatter and fatter have no conscience, and neither do the tourists who flock to their apartheid hotels and resorts.

Meanwhile as the CEO of Canadian firm Blue Diamond celebrated the opening of his company’s new apartheid hotel at Varadero beach, elsewhere in Castrogonia freedom-seeking Cubans were being viciously beaten, or arrested, or sentenced to many years in prison by agents of the military junta that runs ALL hotels in Cuba –including all those built by foreign companies — and then takes the lion’s share of the profits as well as 92% of the wages paid to Cuban employees.

Oh what a wonderful world!

Cuban independent journalist Adriano Castañeda .displays injuries sustained in vicious beating by Castronoid thugs

From Periodico Digital

During a tour of Varadero on Monday, November 15, on the occasion of the opening of the Hotel Mystique Casa Perla by Royalton, Mr. Mohamad Fawzi González, CEO of Blue Diamond Cuba, offered his impressions on the development that the hotel chain has had in the country and the opening of tourism planned for this day.

He stressed that Blue Diamond is the first Canadian tourism company to develop relations with Cuba, in 2011 the Memories Caribe hotel was opened with the Gaviota Group, with 328 rooms, and currently have about 9 thousand, of the 45 hotels that the chain has outside the country, 50 percent of the beds are in Cuba, which is a sign of the success that Blue Diamond’s work has had in Cuba, making a special recognition to the entire work team and travel agencies that have marketed this product. Canada is the main source market for tourism to the island and although in times of pandemic it has been very depressed, its recovery is expected in the coming months.

Fawzi González explained that in addition to the inauguration of the Mystique Casa Perla by Royalton, this November 15, the opening of the Mystique Palacio de Iznaga hotel in the center of Trinidad is planned, and the Royalton Cayo Coco, which is being worked on its construction and that will be the facility that holds the best conditions and comfort of the hotels of the chain in this market.

Asked about how he consider the opening of tourism in the country, Mr. Mohamed Fawzi summed it up in a sentence: “The opening of tourism in Cuba has been wonderful.”

1 thought on “Surprise! As plague rages, Canadian hotel chain hopes to increase apartheid tourism in Cuba”

  1. I know you know, Carlos, but practically nobody cares about this stuff. We keep thinking that if we try hard enough we can at least shame these amoral accomplices of evil so that they stop enabling it, but that’s largely wishful thinking. Collusion with Castro, Inc. has been “normalized” for ages, and “those people” can be dismissed as far-right extremists with “hate fantasies.” Like I keep saying, the (“good”) world is full of it.

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