Cuba yes, Castro no

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  1. church mouse guy

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    A leader of the Ladies in White, who so threaten Fidel and Raul by attending mass while dressed in white and then silently walking around central plazas after church sometimes carrying a flower, Mrs. Berta Soler testified in a US Senate committee hearing yesterday.

    Here is a part of what she said:

    Our aspirations are legitimate because they are undergirded by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to which Cuba is a party, and the signed international pacts on civil and political rights which have not been ratified by the dictatorship. Our demands are quite concrete: freedom for political prisoners, recognition of civil society, the elimination of all criminal dispositions that penalize freedom of expression and association and the right of the Cuban people to choose their future through free, multiparty elections.

    We believe these demands are just and valid. Even more importantly, for us they represent the most concrete exercise of politics, a step in the direction of democratic coexistence. Cuba will change when the laws that enable and protect the criminal behavior of the forces of repression and corrupt elements that sustain the regime change.

    In the name of those who have been executed.

    In the name of Cuban political prisoners.

    In the name of the pilots from the humanitarian organization, Brothers to the Rescue, murdered on Fidel Castro’s orders.

    In the name of the victims from the “March 13th” tugboat.

    In the name of the victims of Cuba’s Communist regime.

    Cuba si, Castro no.

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  2. poncho

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    I told you the best way to get the regime change ball rolling on Cuba is to utilize the 1962 Joint Chiefs "Operation Northwoods". Carry out a false flag terror operation and blame it on the Castros.

    The old demonize the "bad guy" routine is getting a bit to cliche these days. Especially after it was revealed that the western corporate media's demonizing campaign against Putin was all made up of lies.
     
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  3. church mouse guy

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    Don't be afraid of the Ladies in White like that lady-killer Fidel. It doesn't bother you any that Afro-Cuban women dressed in white go to mass and then walk silently around the central plaza with a flower. Cuba burns while Castro Fidels.

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