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?”

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

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  2. nuala browne | July 25, 2019 at 8:07 pm | Reply

    As I have posted before, in the 1960s Nikita khrushchev President of Russia, stated we will take the USA without firing one shot. Google for full info.

  3. Love the satire – all we need now is the investigation result on whether Russia meddled in US elections

  4. Luv the comment about the nukes in Turkey to strike a deal!

  5. Bucky Badger | July 21, 2018 at 6:04 am | Reply

    I wonder if Cuba has nuclear missiles in Turkey they could dismantle in exchange?

  6. That famous Irish demagogue, Séamus O’Barmer, prophesied this eventuality, when he declared that Russia’st trump card could be played, most effectively, to bring vassal States into line., and in the event of their withholding trade goods (tobacco, rum and bananas) , banning their export to their troublesome neighbour,,Rusia would return the rare metals, purchased from the preceding administration, with interest.

  7. And those Russians might use the uranium Hillary and Obama sold them

  8. Wesley Nethercott | February 23, 2018 at 3:16 pm | Reply

    Not to worry. Canada is considering invading–soon:)

  9. That’s funny, I was on a ship just off the coast of a country in 1962 that had the same problem.

  10. Remember when Michelle Palin said she could see Russia from her back yard? Now she really can!!!

    • Who’s Michelle Palin???? Sarah Palin never said such a thing– it was Tina Fey.

      • Loretta DiCenso | February 21, 2018 at 6:56 pm | Reply

        Palin most certainly did say yhat on live TV no less!

      • OMG. Sarah Palin DID say that she could see Russia from her backyard in Alaska. And, THEN Tina Fey made fun of her on SNL for making that ridiculous statement, as did everyone else in the world.

      • Sharonmitchell | February 23, 2020 at 9:33 pm | Reply

        On the campaign trail, one of her duties as a Vice Presidential candidate was to sit down with journalists to demonstrate her expertise in both domestic and foreign policy. During one such interview in September of 2008, ABC’s Charlie Gibson posed this question: “What insight into Russian actions, particularly during the last couple of weeks, does the proximity of this state give you?”

        To which she gave an earnest, but widely ridiculed, response: “They’re our next-door neighbors. And you can actually see Russia, from land, here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska.”

  11. Lee Dunkelberg | February 18, 2018 at 2:50 pm | Reply

    It’s a rum deal.

  12. Sound familiar

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

  14. Roll Reversal

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

  16. It is called satire, folks.

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

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

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

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

  20. 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???)

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

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

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

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

    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…

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

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

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