Cuban dictatorship’s sock puppet president to address the UN

The United Nations is keeping its decades-long history of empowering and coddling communist dictatorships by allowing the Castro dictatorship’s puppet president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, to address the UN General Assembly next month.

Nora Gamez Torres reports via the Leader-Telegram

Cuba’s handpicked president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, plans to travel to New York next month to attend the high-level week of the United Nations General Assembly in September, the Miami Herald has learned.

Cuba currently chairs the G-77 plus China, a group stemming from the U.N. non-alignment movement now including 123 developing nations, which will provide a rallying point for Díaz-Canel at the U.N. General Assembly, according to sources with knowledge of the matter who asked not to be named because they were not authorized to disclose the travel plans.

After 64 years of failed socialist policies and brutal oppression, the speech will no doubt be filled with vitriol towards the U.S. and will blame everyone and everything except the Castro regime for the misery and suffering in Cuba. And of course, the lies will be received with glee by many of the other nations in attendance, as well as the international media.

Unfortunately, this is par for the course at the UN, which allows Cuba, along with other inveterate murderous human rights abusers, to sit on the Human Rights Council.

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  1. If he is going to be called president, it should be nominal or titular president, as he was neither legitimately elected nor does he have real power. Other options are designated or appointed dictator, though of course the usual suspects will never use the d-word for him, just as they never did for Castro I or II.

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