Friday, July 20, 2007

Surprise, surprise

I know, I know … the following will come as a total surprise to most of you.

It seems the Castro regime has now confirmed what we suspected all along: those American patients taken to Cuba by Michael Moore for his much-publicised “documentary” were given, well, special treatment.

Can you believe it?

According to this Reuters report, the patients were taken to the Hermanos Almejeiras Hospital in Havana for their "free" treatment and "free" medications.

This 750-bed establishment, right along the Malecon drive, is in fact, the regime’s showpiece hospital - reserved largely for top-ranking Cuban officials, foreign tourists with hard cash ... and publicity-hungry filmmakers on an ideological mission.

As the report explains, the Hermanos Almejeiras “is an exception in Cuba”, where ordinary patients staying in ordinary hospitals “complain they have to take their own sheets and food”.

Oh, dear …


Blogger Fidel pro democracy said...

will this open the eyes of the blind that flock to see michaels mores films? oh, I forgot no hay peor ciego que el que no quiere ver (the worst blind if he who does not want to see)

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