They write letters… – Cuba’s Castro dictatorship lies

It is an aspect of Cuba’s apartheid regime that many are either ignorant of or willingly choose to ignore: The Castro dictatorship lies. They lie all the time, without ceasing. Nothing they say can be trusted or presumed accurate.

John Suarez explains in a letter to the editors of The Miami Herald:

Cuba lies

The Miami Herald’s Sept. 19 editorial, “Unless Cuba comes clean about the embassy attacks on U.S. diplomats, it will put renewed ties at risk” offers an overview of the strange case of American diplomats and their dependents harmed in Cuba.

But three points should be considered.

First, Raúl Castro lies, and there are two recent examples. Castro on March 21, 2016 in the joint press conference with President Obama said that there were no political prisoners in Cuba, and if any were identified they would be released immediately. A list of current Cuban political prisoners was provided, but they were not freed. In July 2013, Cuban officials were caught trying to smuggle warplanes, missiles, and technology related to ballistic missile programs hidden under 220,000 bags of sugar to North Korea and lied about it. This was in violation of U.N. sanctions.

Second, Obama did not achieve an end to the Cold War with Cuba. On Jan. 2, 2017 Cuban troops marched in a parade over which Castro presided chanting that they would repeatedly shoot the first African-American president in the head so many times that they would make a “hat of lead to the head.” Considering that American diplomats in Havana were already suffering brain trauma since November 2016 perhaps this should be looked at in a new light.

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1 thought on “They write letters… – Cuba’s Castro dictatorship lies”

  1. Oh, but lying is perfectly fine because the end justifies the means, and the end is whatever is good for Castro, Inc. Just ask Harry Reid to explain it–he totally gets the concept. Besides, the Castro people must lie, since their whole “revolution” racket is based on lies. Lying is absolutely indispensable to keeping Castro, Inc. afloat–it’s not a choice; it’s a necessity.

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