Quote of the Day – How Obama saved the Cuban revolution and the apartheid Castro dictatorship

With no more benefactors available to finance and support their corrupt and brutally repressive regime, Cuba’s apartheid dictatorship found itself on the verge of collapse. That was until President Obama came along and saved them from their long-awaited and long-deserved demise.

In an interview with EFE, John Kavulich, president of the U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council and often quoted “Cuba Expert” summed up Obama’s legacy on Cuba in one concise statement (via Martí Noticias – my translation):

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“Obama will go down in history as the last savior of the Cuban revolution because no one else (governments) was available to save Cuba.”

1 thought on “Quote of the Day – How Obama saved the Cuban revolution and the apartheid Castro dictatorship”

  1. But it’s OK. Because all the good little Cubanoids duly got on the “normalization” bandwagon, so the whole business is like, you know, validated. Actually, the fact “those people” were against it was already validation enough for the usual suspects, who obviously know better than mere Cubans. Besides, “His Holiness” was totally on board with the Obamanoids, and that’s practically as good as having the Ben Rhodes seal of approval. So really, we should just do a Dr. Strangelove and learn to love the bomb.

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