U.S. President arrives in the fiefdom of the Castro-Family-Crime-Syndicate (euphemized as “Cuba” by the media and U.S. State Dept.) on afternoon of March 20th. 2016.
The media is hyperventilating about this: “HISTORIC EVENT!!!.. blah…blah…” about this “MILESTONE” in U.S. diplomatic history…blah..blah…”
In fact, amigos: there ARE historical precedents for the U.S./Cuba ceremony this week. Please See below:
ALAS! Some people (probably not many) might recognize that the U.S. role has been reversed.
“No—he will voluntarily come to me.” In this quote from mid September 1945 Gen. Douglas Mc Arthur sat in his new Tokyo headquarters responding to his aides who were demanding that the conqueror of Japan make himself clear and finally demand a meeting with the Emperor of conquered Japan.
Mc Arthur, as usual, was proven correct. He perfectly plumbed the nuances of etiquette between conqueror and conquered. Emperor Hirohito, bowing and hat in hand, visited him on September 27, 1945, accepting full responsibility for the war and expecting to be tried as a war criminal.
“General” (a laughably bogus title as recognized by anyone familiar with Cuban history) Raul Castro shares exactly zero traits with General Douglas Mc Arthur. But given the lunacy and perversion that passes for current U.S. foreign policy, next week Raul Castro will be acting much as Mc Arthur did on September 27, 1945–as a gracious conqueror over an abject and groveling foe.
We won the war!” Raul Castro yelled on Dec. 20, 2014–immediately upon hearing President Obama’s announcement of his “opening” to Cuba.
“I read Humberto Fontova’s book in two sittings. I couldn’t put it down!” ( Mark Levin on Exposing the Real Che Guevara.)
“A great service for human decency. Every American should read Humberto Fontova’s book.” (David Horowitz.)