OAS Secretary Almagro says Cuba has “occupation army” in Venenozuela

King Raul has had an occupation army in his colony of Venenozuela for a long time, so this statement of the obvious by OAS Secretary Genera Luis Almagro should not surprise anyone who has been following news from Venezuela over the past twelve years or so.

But at least, it’s grabbing some headlines…

Some “real” news for a change….from Newsline

Cuba essentially has an “occupation army” in Venezuela with 15,000 Cubans who currently inhabit the South American country, Secretary General of the Organization of American States Luis Almagro said in a Senate hearing this week.

“There are currently about 15,000 Cubans in Venezuela,” Almagro said during his testimony before U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday, Panampost reported Thursday. “It’s like an occupation army from Cuba in Venezuela.”

Almagro has strongly condemned the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. Protests against the government have increased since April. Over 100 have died and more than 360 arrested in opposition protests against Maduro, who has argued for a new constitution for the country, BBC News reported Friday.

“If we don’t seek to free the prisoners and restore power in Venezuela, there will be no solution to the problem,” Almagro told the panel.

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5 thoughts on “OAS Secretary Almagro says Cuba has “occupation army” in Venenozuela”

  1. Uh, yes, and a Stalinist totalitarian dictatorship has been destroying Cuba and serious;ly screwing its people in every way imaginable for over 60 years. And fire burns and rain is wet. Lord have mercy.

  2. Maybe somebody should break it gently, very gently, to Sean Penn and other major showbiz intellectuals.

  3. There’s a reason why the great 1987 documentary by Néstor Almendros was titled Nadie escuchaba instead of Nadie sabía. The reason is that they knew, alright, but simply closed their ears to the truth.

  4. But of course, those 15,000 Cubans are not any kind of threat to Venezuelan sovereignty. Ask a recognized expert like Ana Belén Montes.

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