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Cuban exiles denounce Bahamian Gov.’s Human-Rights abuses against their compatriots

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Courageous Castro-opponents (many who suffeed years in Castroite prisons and violent Actos de Repudio by Castroite mobs) help focus a distracted world's attention on the plight of their compatriots. Yet these folks, amazingly, get nothing but insults from many of their lazy, loud-mouthed, envious and fractitious "compatriots!"

(Video of demonstration here.)

Let's remember, amigos: "the enemy of my enemy is my friend."

And yet many Cuban-exiles blockheadedly persist in "eating their own."

Their congresswoman denounced the Bahamian gov's action: “Appalling that the Government of The Bahamas is Considering Repatriating Cuban Refugees”

But we search in utter vain for any other group among the Congresswoman's constituents who took upon themselves the thankless task of taking her lead and calling-out Castroism's Bahamian accomplices in repression.

None of the "proper" social and media sectors in the "Capitol of the Cuban Exile" took note of this forceful (but completely legal and orderly) denunciation of Castroism's long arm--but the Bahamian government sure did.

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