As was expected after his election, Brazil’s socialist president and convict Lula da Silva is renewing ties with the Castro dictatorship and going to bat for the murderous communist regime. During his visit to Cuba for the G-77 summit, Lula spoke out about the “illegal” U.S. embargo against his fellow corrupt socialist criminals, the Castro family dictatorship.
Brazil’s President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, met with his Cuban counterpart President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Saturday, reinvigorating ties between the two nations. This visit by a Brazilian president to the Caribbean nation is the first in nine years.
President Lula traveled to Havana to participate in the summit of the Group of 77 or G77 emerging economies plus China. This international group, founded in the 1960s, convened in Cuba just days ahead of the UN General Assembly in New York.
During his address at the summit, Lula expressed his concern over the US-led embargo on Cuba, emphasizing that the island nation is a “victim” of an unjust economic blockade. “We reject the inclusion of Cuba on the list of state sponsors of terrorism,” he added.
As previously mentioned, this is no surprise. Lula has always been a corrupt socialist (the only kind of socialist), which makes him a darling of the American left.