From our Bureau of Torrid Love Affairs Between Latrine American Cretins
Wow! This bromance is HOT, HOT, HOT. . . . No doubt about it, Trucutú and AMLO are apparently so infatuated with one another that one can hear their love for each other sizzling any time they embrace.
So, AMLO keeps sending oil to Trucutú, and the Cuban troglodyte keeps sending doctors to the acronymic Toltec chieftain.
Never mind the acute shortage of doctors and nurses in Castrogonia. Cubans don’t matter. Pleasing the sugar daddy who provides oil and constant propaganda is far more important that the lives of millions of Cubans.
It’s all about power and lust, and lust for power, baby. Hug away, lovers, hug away. Hug with abandon. You have nothing to lose but your dignity, but since you’ve never had any, there is really nothing for you to lose.
Hug away. Ridiculous the waste sad time before and after.
Loosely translated from Diario de Cuba
The Cuban regime has offered to send medical brigades to Mexico, where it has already exported hundreds of health professionals, after the passage of Hurricane Otis, reported the president of that country, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
“I want to thank President Miguel Díaz-Canel (of Cuba) because they offered to provide medical brigades, we are going to talk to them today,” López Obrador said in his morning press conference this Thursday, according to EFE.
The offer comes a little more than a month after the Government of Mexico announced the extension for another year of the agreement by which Havana exported hundreds of doctors to that country who would be covering the deficit of health personnel in local hospitals.
Since the agreement began, Mexico has hired 806 Cuban doctors from 36 specialties, according to the head of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), Zoé Robledo.
This occurs while the Cuban health system is in crisis and there is a lack of doctors in all specialties. According to the 2022 Statistical Yearbook, published by the state National Office of Statistics and Information (ONEI), during that year 12,065 fewer doctors worked on the Island than in 2021. This very seriously affected specialties such as gastroenterology and nursing.
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