Normalization Circus update: U.S. travel industry in a panic over Obamapocalypse

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A web site for those involved in the travel industry has just sounded the alarm:

If you’ve been doing business with the Castro regime, watch out!  The Obamapocalypse is here and Donald Trump is about to make your life miserable!

Yes, a crisis is looming: the Trumpinator’s administration seems ready to undo all of the cozy arrangements set in place by the Obamanoids.

Reading this article is a lot like being able to attend a meeting of a secret society.

The scoop is this:

  • Thanks to Obama, the American travel industry has been granted special access to license-granting officials in Washington D.C. who allow them to dodge U.S. law.
  • Thanks to Obama, a concerted effort has been made not to “offend” the Castro regime.
  • Thanks to Obama, a concerted effort has been made to help the Castro regime hide its repression and its many failures.
  • Thanks to Obama, officials in Washington D.C. have been setting up cozy relations between American businesses and Castro, Inc. officials who control everything in Cuba.

And the list goes on and on.

In other words, everyone in Obamaland and the travel industry is fully aware of the criminal nature of the Castro regime, and all involved in doing business with Castro, Inc. are eager to do whatever it takes to keep that regime happy and in power, just for the sake of a few bucks.

Now that it seems as if all these cozy arrangements are about to disappear along with the Normalization Circus, a game plan is needed to keep the Castro regime happy.

This article titled “U.S. Companies Won’t Like It; Government of Cuba will hate It”  lays out the game plan.

Easily offended
Easily offended

Here is one crucial excerpt from the proposed game plan:

From The American Journal of Transportation:

A challenge for the United States business community is how to address a government of the Republic of Cuba that will recoil from adjectives and adverbs the use of which may be necessary for United States companies to create opportunities for and/or maintain exports, imports and the provision of services.

United States-based companies need to anticipate a return to the “civil society” and “support for the Cuban people” overt advocacy framed during the presidencies of The Honorable William J. Clinton (1993-2001) and The Honorable George W. Bush (2001-2009), which is detested by the government of the Republic of Cuba.

Meaning, if the granting and implementation of a license from the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Department of the Treasury and/or Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) of the United States Department of Commerce will in some measure be demonstrative and reinforce failures of the commercial, economic and political systems in the Republic of Cuba, the license application will have a better chance of approval by the OFAC, BIS or through the Inter-Agency Review Process.

Simply put- If the government of the Republic of Cuba is likely not to want the implementation of the license, then the license likely will be granted.

This is a check-list for United States companies to consider when seeking licenses after 20 January 2017 from the OFAC and/or BIS. It’s not pretty, will be offensive to many, but may be reality:

  • Will implementation of the license Embarrass the government of the Republic of Cuba?

  • Will implementation of the license Humiliate the government of the Republic of Cuba?

  • Will implementation of the license show Limitations of Current Systems in the Republic of Cuba?

  • Will implementation of the license create Inspiration for the 11.3 million citizens of the Republic of Cuba?

  • Will implementation of the license create Aspiration for the 11.3 million citizens of the Republic of Cuba?

  • Will implementation of the license create and increase Transparency within the Republic of Cuba?

  • Will implementation of the license increase Accountability by the government of the Republic of Cuba to its 11.3 million citizens?

    Holy smokes…. read the whole thing HERE.

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  1. Yet again, it’s evident that anything is OK as long as it’s sufficiently fashionable and/or PC, and when it isn’t, like apartheid South Africa wasn’t, the real problem is not injustice or human rights violations but the ideology or politics involved. In other words, it’s all hypocritical BS.

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