‘Cultural Exchange’ Castro Style: All for Castro

We have repeatedly exposed the “cultural exchanges” supposedly taking place between the U.S. and Cuba’s totalitarian dictatorship as the sham that it is. The Obama administration’s unilateral concessions to the Cuban regime opened the door wide open for the dictatorship in Havana to disseminate its propaganda here in the U.S., while at the same time it continues restricting and criminalizing Americans speaking freely in Cuba (see Alan Gross).

The latest example of this farcical exchange is taking place in Youngstown, OH on the campus of Youngstown State University. This Friday, Jorge Alberto Bolaños Suarez, a Cuban State Security agent and head of the Castro Interests Section in Washington D.C., will be speaking to students at YSU, giving a “Cuban perspective” to U.S.-Cuba relations:

Cuban foreign minister to lecture at YSU on Friday

Jorge Alberto Bolanos Suarez, a member of the Cuban Foreign Ministry since 1963, will lecture on “Current U.S. – Cuba Relations: A Perspective from Cuba,” at 1 p.m. Friday in the Board of Trustees Meeting Room in Tod Hall at Youngstown State University.

The lecture is sponsored by YSU’s Global Education Program, Visiting Diplomat Series and the Dr. James Dale Ethics Center.

Now, can someone tell me when was the last time a diplomat from the U.S. Interests Section in Havana was allowed to address students at the University of Havana to provide them with an American perspective on U.S.-Cuba relations?

I’ll save you the trouble of looking it up: NEVER.

This is “cultural exchange” Castro style: all for Castro, nothing for anyone else.

Cuban State Security agent Jorge Bolaños

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