CNN finally used the word “Dictator” in reference to a Cuban head of state!

(Note how the Castro News Network’s (CNN) Havana operative (Patrick Oppmann) dutifully changed the term “leader” (used in the original news story by WPLG) into “Dictator,” thus greatly pleasing the communist officials who thoroughly vetted this fraud before issuing his “journalist” visa–and closely monitor this fraud’s “reporting” (agitprop) lest it deviate from the Stalinist’s guidelines for its legions of  cuckholded foreign “reporters.” )

 

Might this CNN reference as “Dictator” have possibly referred to the Cuban head of state who:

Wielded absolute power for a reign over twice as long Benito Mussolini’s (and with multiple times Mussolini’s level of control and repression?) Might it refer to the Cuban “leader” who in fact copped one of his favorite quips from Benito Mussolini?  (“Everything within the state–nothing outside of it!”)

Might this CNN reference have possibly referred to the Cuban head of state who: mandated (under threat of torture-chamber and/or firing squad) what his subjects read, said, earned, ate (both substance and amount) , where they lived, traveled or earned their daily bread? (none of which Mussolini mandated, much less Batista.)  Might it refer to the Cuban “leader” who ordered the burning of books including Orwell’s Animal Farm and the UN Declaration of Human Rights in huge bonfires that rivaled those masterminded by Joseph Goebells  at Berlin’s Opernplatz in 1933?

Might this CNN reference of  “Dictator” have possibly referred to the Cuban head of state who : abolished Habeas Corpus, outlawed elections and private property. Whose KGB-supervised police – employing the midnight knock and the dawn raid among other devices – rounded up and jailed more political prisoners as a percentage of population than Stalin’s and murdered more political prisoners in its first three years in power than Hitler’s murdered in its first six?
(NOT the work of a dictator, says CNN)
Might this CNN reference of  “Dictator” have possibly referred to the Cuban head of state who:  stole the savings and property of 6.4 million citizens, made refugees of over 20 per cent of the population from a nation formerly deluged with more  immigrants  per-capita than was the u.S.–including the Ellis Island years?–And whose citizens had achieved a higher standard of living than those residing in half of Europe?
Might this CNN reference of  “Dictator” have possibly referred to the Cuban head of state who : shattered – through executions, jailings, mass larceny and exile – virtually every family on the island of Cuba?  Many opponents of this Cuban regime qualify as the longest-suffering political prisoners in modern history, having suffered prison camps, forced labor and torture chambers for a period THREE TIMES as long in its Gulag  as Alexander Solzhenytzin suffered in Stalin’s Gulag.

Might this CNN reference of  “Dictator” have possibly referred to the Cuban head of state who: Converted a nation that formerly attracted more immigrant’s per-capita than the U.S. (and even from the U.S.)  into a hellhole that drove TWENTY times as many desperate Cubans to die horribly attempting to escape it as East Germans died trying to flee East Germany?

Might this CNN reference of  “Dictator” have possibly referred to the Cuban head of state who: Converted a nation with the 13th lowest infant-mortality on earth –-ahead of France, Belgium, West Germany, Israel, Japan, Austria, Italy, Spain, and Portugal– into an island slum, sewer and prison ravaged by diseases long-since eradicated, boasting the highest suicide rate in the hemisphere–and whose practicing “doctors” overwhelmingly flunk the exam given in the U.S. for licensing as doctor’s assistants?”

Of course NOT!…. Instead CNN used the term to describe the Cuban head of state whose Presidential term lasted a shorter period than Obama’s in the U.S. and during which Cubans were perfectly free to travel, immigrate, work, etc. wherever they desired and during which Cubans enjoyed a higher-standard of living than half of Europeans (who clamored to immigrate to Cuba at the time,)—were served by more and (less-expensive) doctors per-capita than much of Europe,  owned as many cars per-capita as Italians, more TVs per-capita than Brits, Germans and Canadians, enjoyed the third highest protein consumption in the Western Hemisphere, chose from 18 daily uncensored newspapers, and regarded the U.S. as their tourist-playground.

(Work of a dictator, says CNN)

Every item above methodically documented here.

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1 thought on “CNN finally used the word “Dictator” in reference to a Cuban head of state!”

  1. Alas, being a whore precludes having any shame or respectability–and there are many kinds of whores, meaning sex need not be involved, only some form of prostitution. Media whores typically display brazen hypocrisy, certainly when it comes to Cuba. They know we know what they are; they simply don’t care because we don’t have the means to make them pay for it, and practically all their peers are in the same boat, so there’s little or no disincentive to such prostitution. Shit happens.

    Still, there’s an up side. Once someone, anyone, does the Batista-dictator vs. Castro-president number, it’s game over–no need to ever give the perp the benefit of the doubt again on any topic. It’s not much, but it does simplify things and saves one time and energy. The media, of course, is awash with such people, not to mention academia and the arts (real or presumed), and they have no credibility–none.

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