Jun 012010
 

Do you plan to (or after June 6, did you) participate in or help La Organizacion de Jovenes Exiliados Cubanos in their 7-day walk for a free Cuba?

  • No (59%, 13 Votes)
  • Yes (41%, 9 Votes)

Total Voters: 22

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For more info (in Spanish) about La Organizacion de Jovenes Exiliados Cubanos (O-JEC) and their seven-day walk for Cuban freedom from Key West (El Camino a la libertad de Cuba), visit O-JEC’s website.

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Sep 052009
 

There’s a reason I call them the “Useless Nations.” They’ve declared the decrepit Fidel Castro a “World Hero of Solidarity.” Via Michelle Malkin:

The award was presented to Castro by the President of the UN General Assembly, Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann. Brockmann also successfully lobbied the Obama Administration to demand that Honduras allow the return to power of its ex-president and would-be dictator, Manuel Zelaya.

People like Brockmann should have to live in one of Castro’s gulags since they love him so much.

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Jun 072009
 

Alberto at Babalu Blog notes the Myers–the Cuban spies arrested last week–are your typical spoiled, privileged traitorous American-hating leftists.

So that leaves me with a thought, or rather, a question. Given the type of people Obama is associated with, how many future Cuban (or other country) spies are coming to work for his administration now?

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May 092009
 

First, there was this offensive salvo launced, as noted in Gateway Pundit:

Back in February Fidel Castro was awarded the Computer Youth Club Award for being the father of this movement in Cuba.

Also awarded the prize was his brother and fellow tyrant Raul Castro.

Then, there was this, courtesy of Babalu Blog: Cuban bloggers, an endangered species?

Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez has been attacked today by THE official Cuban journalist, Rosa Miriam Elizalde in Cubadebate site. That’s not the first time, but is a good example of the official point-of-view about independent blogging in Cuba.

Now there’s this, courtesy of the Sun-Sentinel in South Florida: Cuba cutting Internet access :

“Internet use is only for foreigners for the time being,” said a worker at the Hotel Nacional’s business center. “According to a new order from ETECSA [Cuba's telecom monopoly] only foreigners can surf the web at hotels.”

But hey, let’s just lift the embargo and everything will be alright!

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Apr 232009
 

Sean Penn is back to his usual useful idiocy, as Michelle Malkin notes on her blog today. She quotes him:

To treat (Hugo Chavez) coldly is akin to spitting on him. As a country we’ve done enough of that.

Wrong, bucko, we haven’t done enough of that. If anything, Obama kissed his fourth point of contact a couple of weeks ago.

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Apr 192009
 

Gateway Pundit goes back in time, to a time when Obama declared in Miami “Together we will stand up for freedom in Cuba. That will be my commitment as President of the United States of America” (see video below).

Contrast that with his reaching out to the Castros now. Typical politician.

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Mar 162009
 

Babalu Blog has a blogburst today about the World Baseball Classic and Cuba’s sadly enslaved baseball team. The post is pegged to the top of the page and it includes a song parody of “Take Me Out To The Ball Game,” a special graphic and this:

Cuba is one of the few countries in the world that prohibits its citizens from leaving without government permission, a violation of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Because Cuba’s athletic teams compete internationally the participants are constantly shadowed by members of Cuba’s state security apparatus. The primary objective of Cuban state security is to prevent defections which embarrass the Castro regime and deplete the country of athletic talent. In Democratic countries like the United States this presents a perverse situation where Cuban athletes are basically deprived of their rights to move freely.

As Babalu Blog notes, the MSM could care less about this. Pretty ironic about how the left and the Castro regime whines loudly about a US prison–Guantanamo–on Cuban soil while nobody seems to give a rat’s behind about a Cuban prison that travels the world.

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