The Hypocrisy of Some African-American “Leaders”

The photo below is the last photograph taken – on April 11of this year – of Oscar Sánchez Madam along with Marta Beatriz Roque before Madam was taken two days later by Cuban State Security, incarcerated and found guilty, via a secret “trial” and sentenced to 4 years imprisonment. His crime? Peligrosidad – “dangerousness.”


As you can see, Mr. Madam is black. I wonder how Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the NAACP, Pastor’s for Peace, Harry Belafonte, Danny Glover, Charles Rangel, etal, would react if an African-American man were taken from his home, tried secretly and sentenced to jail time for “dangerousness”?

Hat tip: Stefania

2 thoughts on “The Hypocrisy of Some African-American “Leaders””

  1. danny glover is buddy buddy with chavez. Why don’t sharpton, jackson and company send glover over to see chavez about about justice and equality in Cuba, eh?

  2. If the EXACT same thing had happened in apartheid-era South Africa, can you imagine the outcry, outrage and utter indignation of the MSM, the “liberal” establishment and, of course, the ever-so-sensitive Hollywood crowd? All hell would be breaking loose. But what do they do when it involves a black Cuban who opposes Castro’s tyranny? The same thing they’ve done about Dr. Biscet and others. NOTHING.

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