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  • asombra: Can you say gerontocracy? I can, and spell it, too. And notice the token Negroes–in the back rows, of course.

  • asombra: In the photo with Smith, look how seedy, bogus and disreputable Fidel looks–a cheap, vulgar poseur. But yes, nearly all of...

  • Gallardo: Putting the Reagan era aside, USA has always been Castro’s best friend. The bloody con-artist owes USA for paving his way...

  • asombra: The New York Times is practically wetting itself over Castro, Inc.’s Ebola PR stunt. Same perverse shit, different day.

  • asombra: Myers looks like a snotty prick who tried to be too clever by half and was merely USED. Foolish tool.

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APTOPIX Cuba Travel

APTOPIX Cuba Travel

A woman holding her Cuban passport lines up with others at a migration office in Havana, Cuba, Monday, Jan. 14, 2013. Cubans formed long lines outside travel agencies and migration offices, as a highly anticipated new law took effect Monday, ending the island's much-hated exit visa requirement. The measure means the end of both real and symbolic obstacles to travel by islanders, though it is not expected to result in a mass exodus. Most Cubans are now eligible to leave with just a current passport and national identity card, just like residents of other countries. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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