The “Cuba-Embargo” has saved the U.S. Taxpayer Mucho Dinero (“So you’re quite welcome!” say Cuban-American “hard-liners”)

(Rep. Dan Burton co-author of the phenomenally successful Helms-Burton Act (i.e. Cuba Embargo) appears delighted with his signed copy of an internationally-acclaimed book.

Until quite recently the so-called U.S. embargo mostly stipulated that the Castro-Family-Crime-Syndicate (called “Cuba” by the media) pay cash up front through a third–party bank for all U.S. medical and agricultural products; no Ex-Im (U.S. taxpayer) financing of such sales. This cash-up-front policy has kept the U.S. taxpayer among the few spared fleecing by the Castro-Family-Crime-Syndicate (called “Cuba” by the media.)


(On left; “Humberto’s book is a very valuable book–a book badly needed around the world.” (Former Chairwoman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R-Fla.)

Per-capita-wise, the Castro-Family-Crime-Syndicate qualifies as the world’s biggest deadbeat, with an uninterrupted record of defaults. Recently Europe’s “Paris Club” of Cuba creditors finally wrote off $11 billion’ the Castro Family Crime Syndicate (called “Cuba” by the media) stole (called “loaned” by the media) from them.

That’s on top of the $30 billion the Putin-KGB-Crime-Syndicate (called “Russia” by the media) “wrote-off” last year.

So U.S. taxpayers, if it’s true that “political pressure” by a “powerful” and sinister cabal of Cuban-American Republican string-pullers maintain the so-called embargo—-then, well…you are quite welcome! Glad we could help!


“Shouldn’t YOU guys–(John Stossell and The CATO Institute’s Tom Palmer– proud, vocal breast-beating libertarians)–partner with the U.S. taxpayer on this issue? Why on earth do you partner with the deadbeat Communists thieves who crave to get their murdering paws on our tax-dollars?…My STRONG guess is you guys HAVEN’T DONE YOUR HOMEWORK on the so-called Cuba embargo! So here’s the solution: READ MY BOOKS!”

“I read Humberto Fontova’s book on Che Guevara in two sittings. I COULD NOT put it down.” (Mark Levin.)

“Demystifies the image of one of the most controversial icons of the century. Using an entertaining polemical style, Humberto Fontova gives us a totally unknown face of Che Guevara,” — (Livro e Tudo, Sao Paolo, Brazil. )

“Even here in Poland many people were duped into believing the myth of Che Guevara. After reading Fontova’s excellent book, they will have have no excuse.” (Tomaz Pompowski, Polska Times,–division of The London Times– Warsaw, Poland)


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