PINAR DEL RIO


support babalú


Your donations help fund
our continued operation

do you babalú?

what they’re saying


bestlatinosmall.jpg

quotes.gif

activism


ozt_bilingual


buclbanner

recommended reading





babalú features





recent comments


  • 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.

search babalu

babalú archives

frequent topics


elsewhere on the net



realclearworld

This is news? Hillary Clinton continues to call for an end to the “Embargo”

xvTn4y5

For all the usual twisted reasons, several news services are once again  featuring Hillary Clinton's views on the "Embargo."

Ever notice how "news" of this sort get constant attention?

Ever notice how none of these news outlets pay attention to Cuban dissidents who don't want the "Embargo" lifted and instead call for stiffer sanctions against the Castro regime?

Ever notice that those who blame everything on the embargo , claiming that "it has propped up the Castros," claim that the Castros blame everything on the embargo?

Ever notice that only Cuban exiles seem to notice all this?

Of course you have.

It's one of the most disturbing facts that you live with, day in, day out, and which you fear may someday push you over the edge and into an insane asylum.

hillary_clinton

From The Daily Beast

 

Hillary: End the Embargo!

In an interview with Fusion on Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton announced that she supports an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba.

“I think it has propped up the Castros because they can blame everything on the embargo,” she told host Jorge Ramos.

“You don’t have freedom of speech, you don’t have freedom of expression, you’re still having political prisoners, everything is blamed on the embargo.”

She said she would like to see the U.S. “move toward normalizing relations eventually” and that it’s something both she and the president supported. When Ramos asked her if she wanted a “Nixon moment” by going to Cuba, Clinton responded, “You know, some day I’d like to go to Cuba. I would , yes.”

Hillary Fidel

You must be logged in to post a comment.