Che Guevara-lover Johnny Depp as “Bon-Bon” in the movie based on Reinaldo Arenas memoir “Before Night Falls,” which highlights the tortures of homosexuals by the regime co-founded by Che Guevara. (Le RRRRONCA!)
“The shuddering fear that compelled Governor Cuomo and Mayor De Blasio to their desperate punitive measures (against Indiana) was that the jilted party in any thwarted commercial transaction in Indiana would be a homosexual, who conceivably could have been forced to shop at more than one place for his flowers, cake or pizza.
New York mayor Bill De Blasio boasts that he honeymooned in Stalinist Cuba and calls for the lifting of all commercial sanctions against that homophobic military dictatorship. New York Governor Mario Cuomo also advocates an end to commercial sanctions against Stalinist Cuba and is headed there this month (on New York’s tab, obviously) to promote his state’s commerce with the homophobic military dictatorship.
Castro’s totalitarian dictatorship is the only regime in the history of the Western hemisphere to herd tens of thousands of men and boys into forced labor camps at Soviet bayonet-point for the crime of being gay, genuine or suspected. “Work Will Make Men Out of You” read the sign at the Castroite prison-camp’s gate, right over the barbed wire and next to the machine gunners posted on the watchtowers. The initials for these camps were UMAP, not GULAG, but the conditions were quite similar.
The rampant tortures, murders and suicides at these forced labor camps for homosexuals operated 90 miles from U.S. shores have been documented extensively. But despite the enormous influence homosexuals wield on so many levels of the U.S. media (see: past four days of hysteria) these Communist horrors have rarely been mentioned and most Americans remain completely unaware of them.”
Our friends at Townhall once again remind folks who reside outside the high walls and deep moat surrounding the Cuban-American informational ghetto about liberal hypocrisy.