From our Bureau of Totally Inane Propositions That Might Simply Be Duplicitous or Really Lame Tongue-in-Cheek Attempts at Sarcasm with assistance from our newly-created “WTF” Bureau
Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s Foreign Minister, is either the most ignorant government official in the Great White North or the most duplicitous. Or was she merely trying to be sarcastic in a very inept way?
Hard to tell, really.
But Canada’s chief diplomat and foreign affairs official did say, in fact, that Castro, Inc. could indeed have a positive role to play in making its colony of Venezuela independent and democratic again.
Pardon the profanity, but this must rank as one of the most astounding top-ten “WTF” moments in Western hemisphere diplomatic history.
Does Ms. Freeland have any “F”-ing clue about the true nature of Castrogonia? Hard to believe.
And if she has no clue, indeed, then how did she ever get to be her country’s Foreign Minister?
Or could it be that all Canadians are somehow congenitally unable to perceive the most obvious facts about Castrogonia, a country in which those in power have not just rejected and obliterated democracy but stifled it with brute violence for 60 years?
Well… you know the answers to all of these rhetorical questions…. Yes, you do….
And all those answers contain the words “shamelessness” and “hypocrisy” …. Yes, they do.
From RT.com (Granma Grand Putinia)
Cuba will have a “part to play” in restoring democracy in Venezuela, the Canadian foreign minister – a supporter of the coup-minded US-backed opposition – has declared after meeting with her Cuban counterpart.
“I think we are seeing an international convergence around the need for a peaceful transition in Venezuela resulting in free and fair elections and the return to democracy,” Canadian foreign minister Chrystia Freeland told a Toronto news conference on Friday, adding, “Cuba will have a role to play in this.”
When asked what kind of role she meant, Freeland declined to answer. Her meeting with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez on Friday followed a failed attempt at mediation between Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido in Oslo last month.
“Our objective is really clear… that the people of Venezuela deserve to have their democratic and human rights restored, and the way to do that is free and fair elections,” Freeland said. “I have so much respect for interim president Juan Guaido” for “continuing to stand and fight for their democracy and human rights.”
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And… a tip of the hat to the McKenzie brothers, hosts of SCTV’s “Great White North,” uncles of Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland
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