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  • asombra: There’s a misspelling on that plaque. It should have read “Esta es tu caca, Fidel.”

  • asombra: Don’t worry. Castro, Inc. knows what it’s doing, and it knows its public.

  • asombra: Either these people are pitiful idiots or they think everyone else is.

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Cuban spies among us: Castro agents arrive in Miami to meet with collaborators

Cuban propagandists and intelligence agents of the Castro dictatorship (a designated State Sponsor of Terror) continue to gallivant all over the U.S. conducting their business unmolested with the apparent blessings of the Obama State Department.

Via Café Fuerte (my translation):

Cuban diplomats meet with Cuban emigrants in Miami
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Lanio González, Cuba's General Consul in Washington speaks at the Alianza Martiana headquarters.

Two Cuban diplomats are in Miami to conduct meetings with emigrants who represent travel agencies and partisan groups who support the normalization of relations between the island and the United States.

Llanio González Pérez, General Consul of Cuba's Interest Section in Washington, and Armando Bencomo, a vice-consul, arrived in South Florida on Sunday night and have participated in private meetings with business owners, organizations, and local residents.

CaféFuerte has confirmed that on Monday the Cuban officials spoke with members of the Martiniana Alliance, which is under the direction of journalist Max Lesnik, and met with other members of the community in a private residence. For Tuesday they had a meeting scheduled with representatives of travel agencies that specialize in trips to Cuba.

The diplomats are schedule to return to Washington DC on Wednesday.

A video of the dialogue between Gonzalez and Miami Cubans at the Martiniana Alliance headquarters was published on social networks on Tuesday. The Consul appears explaining the aspects of migratory reform that began in earnest this past January 14th and how far the changes instituted by leader Raul Castro have gone in the economic and social life of the country.

Continue reading (in Spanish) HERE.

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