Back to the Drawing Board
Jeez, no sooner does my Canadian Comintern cell return from a summit meeting with Fidel, about our plan to smuggle pot into the US in the designer luggage of newly married gay couples (code name: Operation Rainy Day Women), than news of our alliance nearly leaks out! Damn the self-correcting, decentralized blogosphere, damn it to a gulag in North Korea!
You don't realize what a potential blow this is to the cause of unfreedom everywhere. Our front group, the Liberal party, have invested a lot of capital in creating a bland image of fiscal sanity. For example, purely for the sake of fooling the capitalist classes, it ran budget surpluses for 7 years in a row, and now has the highest GDP to debt ratio of any G7 nation. Do you know how hard we had to lobby Fidel for him to go along with this scam? And the BC Liberals are letting a crony of George Bush's buy a controlling interest in the province's largest natural gas company. They guy used to be President of Enron, for crying out loud--if that kind of head fake didn't throw them, nothing would.
Yes, the Liberals wouldn't go along with Bush on missile defense, but almost no one else would either, so we figured who would notice? Besides, Osama's people off the coast of Nunavut are all but done with their ICBMs, so we had that to contend with. Still, we didn't think that would be enough to give away the game.
In the end it was capitalist greed that nearly sank us. Some comrades were dipping their beaks into a propaganda campaign to keep the Quebeckers in line, and word got out about it. By Halliburton standards, kickbacks like this would be considered a standard employee benefit, but the masses up here got upset. Their idealism truly is touching. Now we are looking at our second election in 2 years over it, and our enemies say we're heading for the dustheap of history.
Fidel says not to worry, however. The reactionaries are stuck at 25% in the polls, largely due to their fixation on the maricons, so the masses have nowhere to go but to our more militant allies. And he's right. Fidel truly understands the dialectic of history.
Still, all it took was one blogger to nearly blow the whole thing. I think we need a plan B. Ideas, comrades?