Here’s a little something that aint fiction:

“…the American people are disappointed by the failures of the Human Rights Council. This body has been silent on repression by regimes from Havana to Caracas to Pyongyang and Tehran — while focusing its criticism excessively on Israel.”

“In Cuba, the long rule of a cruel dictator is nearing its end. The Cuban people are ready for their freedom. And as that nation enters a period of transition, the United Nations must insist on free speech, free assembly, and ultimately, free and competitive elections.”

– President Bush Addresses The United Nations General Assembly, Sept 25, 2007

Cuba, in turn, pulls out commie lackey Daniel Ortega to counter, stating Iran and North Korea must be allowed nuclear technology.

Nice, eh? Kim Jong and Amenadinnerjacket with nukes.

4 thoughts on “Here’s a little something that aint fiction:”

  1. “…the most impressive, huge dictatorship that has existed – the empire of North America,”

    If he says this to be the case, and he also says…

    -“Fidel Castro has shown great solidarity with humanity.”

    Then he (and anyone claiming such antagonism towards human liberty) should be rounded up, tried for “treason against humanity”, and be given “20 years of deprivation of freedom” – much like his godfather mentor has done in Cuba!

    After all. as WE say….

    “…extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice.

  2. “Fidel Castro has shown great solidarity with humanity.”

    Very true. He has been exemplary in continuing to have two legs, two arms, two eyes, one head, human DNA, etc., and has adamantly refused to grow wings, fins, or a tortoise shell. Can’t help but admire the guy for such steadfast resolve…

    Also, did Ortega also suggest we give the car keys back to every drunk driver?

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