Slide show of the Day: Fidel Castro monument unveiled in Moscow

From our Bureau of Monuments for Sociopathic Mass-Murdering and Country-Destroying Tyrants

A follow-up to Jay Nordlinger’s essay, posted earlier today:

Some of the pious communist platitudes and obligatory newspeak nonsense voiced by Czar Vlad the Invader:

“We have gathered here, on a square named after Fidel Castro, to unveil a monument to this outstanding statesman and political figure, the founder of the modern Cuban state.

Fidel Castro dedicated his life to the selfless struggle to advance the ideas of goodness, peace and justice, for the freedom of oppressed peoples, for a decent life for ordinary people and social equality. . .

. . . Friends, I was lucky enough to meet with Fidel Castro on several occasions, and I still remember many hours of conversations with him, especially our last conversation in July 2014.

He talked about the things that were surprisingly consonant with the time –- the time of the development of a multipolar world – saying that independence and dignity cannot be put up for sale and that every nation is entitled to develop as it sees fit and to choose its own path, and that a truly fair world has no place for dictatorship, plunder or neo-colonialism.

His encyclopaedic knowledge, deep understanding of the underlying causes of events, sharpness of mind, and accuracy of assessments were striking.”

And here are some of the fawning, groveling platitudes voiced by Castro, Inc.’s Beggar-in-Chief (who might find himself forced to express his gratitude to Czar Vlad by sending Cuban troops to fight on his behalf in Ukraine).

“Today, we can confirm that the new generations of Cubans that hold public and government positions in the country are committed to continuing our friendship and solidarity with the Russian Federation.

Speaking on behalf of the Cuban people and government, I can speak of our commitment to the behest of Raul and Fidel as regards the friendship they were building for so many years with the USSR and later the Russian Federation. The connections between Russia and Cuba are indestructible. Fidel laid the foundation for these relations and developed them further. Our task is to preserve and continue them. Russia knows that it can continue to rely on Cuba.”

You can read the full text of their speeches HERE, at Czar Vlad’s Kremlin website.

And here are some of the fawning, groveling platitudes voiced by Castro, Inc.’s Beggar-in-Chief (who might find himself forced to express his gratitude to Czar Vlad by sending Cuban troops to fight on his behalf in Ukraine).

“Today, we can confirm that the new generations of Cubans that hold public and government positions in the country are committed to continuing our friendship and solidarity with the Russian Federation.

Speaking on behalf of the Cuban people and government, I can speak of our commitment to the behest of Raul and Fidel as regards the friendship they were building for so many years with the USSR and later the Russian Federation. The connections between Russia and Cuba are indestructible. Fidel laid the foundation for these relations and developed them further. Our task is to preserve and continue them. Russia knows that it can continue to rely on Cuba.”

You can read the full text of their speeches HERE, at Czar Vlad’s Kremlin website.

2 thoughts on “Slide show of the Day: Fidel Castro monument unveiled in Moscow”

  1. I hate to say it, but the monument is much better than what the Castronoids in Cuba would have managed. The bearded bastard never looked that good in his life. There is, of course, the pointed detail of the (very) glorified tyrant towering over a shrunken, cowering Cuba, which is quite subversive, however unintentional.

    But I repeat, why would Putin bother doing this? He absolutely did not need to, so it must be personal.

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