Cuba Alarmed By Presence Of Russian Client State Only 90 Miles Away

(Havana, Cuba) The fiercely independent country of Cuba has expressed deep concerns over a neighboring country that appears to be under the influence of an autocratic foreign power on the other side of the globe.

“Having the Russian empire project itself into our part of the world like this is unacceptable.”

Though such worries were thought fanciful at first, it now appears the that country in question – which lies only 90 miles to the north of Cuba – is very much in the grip of Russian controllers.

“They dictate the outcome of their elections, who occupies the highest positions, everything!”

The Cuban Government is considering imposing severe sanctions on its neighbor, until such time as it throws off the shackles of foreign interference.

“We simply cannot tolerate this in our own backyard. What if they are supplied with nuclear weapons?”

14 Comments on "Cuba Alarmed By Presence Of Russian Client State Only 90 Miles Away"

  1. This is serious, we could have a Bay of Pigs in reverse

  2. This is serious,we could have a Bay of Pigs in reverse

  3. Edward Freeman | February 17, 2017 at 6:35 am |

    Love it! We here in Scotland have the misfortune to be part (for the moment) of a client State of the client State… and we have nukes…

  4. William Strathern | February 17, 2017 at 5:01 pm |

    hahaha…..we have nukes but not the codes to use them, we need the permission of the good ole’ yanks to use them.

  5. no you don’t……we have the nukes we just keep them in your backyard….for safety!

  6. Does U.K. Really need a sign off from us before using? Please tell me you are joking? ( although if everyone needed a three country sign off, wouldn’t that be great, especially if it was Normway and Sweden???)

  7. Jenny McWilliam | February 18, 2017 at 4:41 am |

    like your sense of humour,sadly all to true. !!

  8. Fake news They are on international waters and this is not unusual..

  9. Loren Curtis | February 18, 2017 at 6:43 pm |

    Peter Wyatt, was that a comment on what currently resides in the White House? Oh yes I remember, sorry.

  10. It is called satire, folks.

  11. Sadly a reflection of how the rest of the world perceives the States currently.

  12. Roll Reversal

  13. Roil reversal works as well , Sara.. Roll ? Role ?

  14. Sound familiar

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