Artists United in Favor of Castroite/Stalinism-Apartheid

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Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

In 2004 The Lincoln Center, with Wynton Marsalis as top act, held a concert titled the “Celebration of Human Rights and Social Justice.”

Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra spent all last week as grateful guests of a Stalinist/Apartheid regime that murdered more political prisoners in its first three years in power than Hitler’s murdered in its first six and that jailed political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin. Among these victims were the longest-suffering black political prisoners in modern history. Within walking distance of where Wynton Marsalis and his Lincoln Center jazz luminaries hob-knobbed with Castro officials at Havana’s Teatro Mella, black political prisoners were being tortured for the crime of publicly quoting the works of Martin Luther King and the UN Declaration of Human Rights. Among these prisoners is Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet, an Amnesty international prisoner of conscience who was awarded (obviously in absentia) The Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Bush in 2008.

Many Cuban blacks suffered longer incarceration in Castro’s dungeons and torture chambers than Nelson Mandela suffered in South Africa’s.

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1 thought on “Artists United in Favor of Castroite/Stalinism-Apartheid”

  1. Marsalis has long struck me as insufferably snotty. I’m sure he belongs to the HUGE group of non-Cuban “celebrities” who feel they understand the Cuba situation far better than mere Cubans themselves. Prick.

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