Solomon Brown Spins in His Grave

So, we have “new” pictures of the cadaver in chief along with this article from the ASSociated Press that, as is the norm with any MSM article on Cuba, quotes Cuba expert Phil Peters of Lexington Institute. The article refers to the Lexington Institute as a Washington DC based “think tank.”
Now, Im just a dumb ole guajiro, but seems to me that the Lexington Institute may be a “think tank,” but it’s a think tank with an agenda.
Guess who’s sponsored congressional trips to Cuba by such great friends of the Cuban people such as Jeff Flake and William Delahunt, among others?
Read it and weep.

7 thoughts on “Solomon Brown Spins in His Grave”

  1. Okay, let me get this straight. So he is frail yet lucid and playful? He is expected to take a government role and is healthy as an athlete yet Lula says that this is not so much a farewell as a confirmation of relations with Raul?
    So does this not qualify as double-speak?
    I am looking forward to when they bury him and say that he really is not dead, but only acting that way to fool the empire.

  2. What exactly, other than opinionated hot air do think tanks produce that generate the kinds of funds needed to underwrite these visits? Somebody must be giving the LI “donations” or “grants” in order for them to absorb these very expensive trips and to pay Peters.”Follow the Money”

  3. They are funded at least in part by the Arca Foundation who is a member organization of both the Peace and Security Funders Group and the International Human Rights Funders Group (IHRFG); the latter is a network of more than six-dozen grantmakers dedicated to funding leftist groups and causes. To give you a taste, besides the Lexington Institute they fund: The Tides Foundation (Teresa Kerry’s baby) Globel Exchange, The Center for International Policy, Cuban Committee for Democracy, Planned Parenthood, Common Cause, Earth Day Network, and on and on. The list is here:

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