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Daily "Weekend at Fidel's"

Here's some more wackiness from the Kooky Kommie Isle. While I don't see any obvious signs of photoshopping, the pictures by themselves are worth their weight in gold!

A tender moment, which would've been so appropriately MOAB'ed.

Orig: Cuba's President Fidel Castro (R) and Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh hug during a meeting in Havana June 2, 2007. Castro appeared more vigorous on Sunday in the first images of the Cuban leader to be broadcast on state television in four months, backing up reports that he has put his health crisis behind him. Picture taken June 2, 2007. (Juventud Rebelde/Handout/Reuters)


More kooky fun can be found following the break, and more Cuban speculation can be found over at La Contra Revolucíon.Notice that there are plenty of duplicates here, due to the fact that each wire service picked up a photograph handed out by one of the Cuban government's propaganda arms, and then post-corrected it individually.

In this photo released by Cuba's Juventud Rebelde newspaper, Cuba's President Fidel Castro is seen with Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh in Havana, Saturday, June 2,2007.Convalescing leader Fidel Castro received visiting Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh on Saturday.(AP Photo/ Juventud Rebelde)


[Ed.:—Is that Ronald McDonald on the right? The dastardly capitalist himself??] In this photo released Saturday June 2, 2007 by Cuba's Juventud Rebelde newspaper, Cuba's President Fidel Castro is seen with Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh in Havana. Convalescing leader Fidel Castro received visiting Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh on Saturday.(AP Photo/ Juventud Rebelde)


In this photo released Saturday June 2, 2007 by Cuba's Juventud Rebelde newspaper, Cuba's President Fidel Castro is seen with Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh in Havana. Convalescing leader Fidel Castro received visiting Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh on Saturday.(AP Photo/ Juventud Rebelde)


Cuba's President Fidel Castro (R) and Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh stand together during a meeting in Havana June 2, 2007. Castro appeared more vigorous on Sunday in the first images of the Cuban leader to be broadcast on state television in four months, backing up reports that he has put his health crisis behind him. (Juventud Rebelde/Handout/Reuters)


Cuba's President Fidel Castro (R) and Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh (L) sit together during a meeting in Havana June 2, 2007. Castro appeared more vigorous on Sunday in the first images of the Cuban leader to be broadcast on state television in four months, backing up reports that he has put his health crisis behind him. Picture taken June 2, 2007. REUTERS/Juventud Rebelde/Handout (CUBA). EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.

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Comments:

#1 Roger+Williams 08-Jun-2007
I liked this photo, because after so many surgeries on his lower gastrointestinal tract, Fidel is guaranteed to have a colostomy bag under that Adidas tracksuit. I'm sure Vietnam's head honcho could smell the love.
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