You knew it was coming because Castro’s secret police knew he’d say it–otherwise he woulda never been allowed to visit the Stalinist fiefdom.
“The ‘blockade’ makes absolutely no sense to US interests (declared Schmidt.) If you wish the country to modernize, the best way to do this is to empower the citizens with smart phones – there are almost none today – and encourage freedom of expression and put information tools into the hands of Cubans directly,.
“Cuba will have to open its political and business economy,” Schmidt wrote. “And the US will have to overcome our history and open the embargo. Both countries have to do something that is hard to do politically, but it will be worth it.”
“The vetting procedure starts the minute the regime receives your visa application,” reports Chris Simmons, the Defense Intelligence Agency’s top Cuban spycatcher, now retired. “When your smiling Cuban “guides” greet you at the airport they know plenty about you, and from several angles.” And their vetting of Google Chairman Schmidt proved worthy of their time-honored KGB-mentoring, a top-notch job:
Probably just a coincidence that the Google team made a SURPRISE(!!!) visit to Yoani Sanchez!..Boy! I bet THAT caught Castro’s police by surprise!