March 26, 2016 at 3:11 am #48004
Well here goes the Castro’s at there dictatorship crimes, they always brutally beat all that protest the government. I had a family member that came in 1980 which had been in jail for 23 years where they would beat him on a daily bases. He showed me his ribs that were broken sticking out since they never sent him to a doctor. He told me that they would take his clothing off and hose him down and leave him wet when it was cold and feed him old bread. So he spend 23 years as a political prisoner just because he talked against the government. Cuba has not changed.March 26, 2016 at 4:34 am #48005
Why change what works?March 26, 2016 at 11:45 am #48006
Let’s not hold our breath waiting for Obama to call the Cubans out over this.March 26, 2016 at 1:00 pm #48007
That is the hallmark of a dictatorship, I will also post this– that torture has and continues to take place inside the custody of “legal servants” which our tax dollars employ. Look it up, we are not a real democracy. It happens and has happened inside police stations and jails from Canada to Argentina–the power of the state. They are all capable of doing evil as a matter of routine.March 26, 2016 at 9:57 pm #48009
It was a big mistake allowing a hostile Communist government to exist just 90 miles off the American mainland . Funny thing , we get involved in things like Korea and Vietnam to ‘ fight Communism ” ………….but its seems to be ok , if its right next to us , glad Kennedy at least put a stop to the Soviets from setting up a missile base there .March 26, 2016 at 10:20 pm #48010
Tolik I believe Kennedy made a trade with the Soviets to not invade Cuba and they would not set missiles there. This is why in the bay of pigs Kennedy never sent air support and Castro won them. My father was signed up for the second wave of the bay of pigs by the CIA, He had for years a card given by the CIA to him and he would show it to me. This is why Kennedy allowed Cubans to stay if they landed in the U. S. Kennedy felt bad that thousands were jailed and the leaders were all killed by Castro. After the Bay of pig prisoners spent time in jail Kennedy made another deal with Castro and paid a ransom of I believe $14 million and Castro freed them and they came to Miami.
May do not understand the reason the Cubans have this spacial status of being able to stay in the U. S. well it was Kennedy. Thousands of the older Cubans were ready to fight and die but without air power they had no chance to win.March 26, 2016 at 10:30 pm #48011
The aim of the globalists, who have controlled US foreign policy for at least a century, is not to spread the American-style Democratic republic around the world, but to make America more dictatorial, like the rest of the world, the better to ” blend” them all together into a single unified, controllable mess.
Monarchies are too unstable to be relied on to keep the necessary control for the bank-owning globalist families, so socialism, communism, fascism, and islam are the modern model. Let the sheeple think they have some part in their governance, however small, and they’re more likely to go along to get along … and pay for their own enslavement.
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