Che-loving Billionaire Richard Branson Denounces Trump’s Cuba policy– says Cuba embargo “hurts AMERICANS” (because “we can’t access Cuba’s TECHNOLOGICAL and SCIENTIFIC ADVANCES!”–I AM NOT making this up!)

In the latest episode of the knighted British Billionaire Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson’s long-running romance with the mass-murdering Cuban Bolsheviks who abolished royalty (outside of the Castro family) and outlawed private property– Sir Richard visited the Castro family fiefdom to chum it up with Fidel’s grandson , and denounce Trump’s Cuba policy:

“While in town, I was fortunate to meet Fidel Antonio Castro Smirnov, who happens to be Fidel Castro’s grandson. Then talk turned to the various medical breakthroughs that have been developed in Cuba, and how these could be incredibly useful to the wider world too….An embargo in place for nearly 60 years has hindered Cuba’s development, but it has also stopped the US accessing many of its advancements. Cuba is renowned for its scientific and medical prowess...Sadly, the current US administration are looking to roll back many of the advancements made during the Obama years…Regulations banning the import and commercialisation of various scientific innovations could expand further…Put simply, Americans are losing lives because they can’t access the scientific development in Cuba

On left, actual footwear (chancletas) worn by many modern day Cubans. On right,  shoe dept at Havana’s El Encanto Dept. Store in 1950’s.

On left, actual mode of transportation used by many Cubans today. On right: street traffic in Havana during the 1950’s when Cubans owned more cars per-capita than most Europeans–almost as many as those famous car-freaks the Italians!


Above: actual conditions in Cuba’s hospitals today–yet prior to Castroism Cuba ranked the 13th lowest infant-mortality rate on earth!…This meant that robustly capitalist Cuba had the 13th lowest infant-mortality rate in the world. This put her not only at the top in Latin America but atop most of Western Europe, ahead of France, Belgium, West Germany, Israel, Japan, Austria, Italy, Spain and Portugal. 

 

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“I read Humberto’s book in two sittings. I could NOT put it down!”  (Radio and FoxNews superstar Mark Levin)

Castro is considered lovable by many celebrities–but the fact is the Cuban people are suffering. It’s well worth reading a book by Humberto Fontova, who lists all the facts–and also footnotes them!” (Radio Superstar Dennis Prager.)

“Humberto is the REAL McCoy!–His new book proves there’s

NO party like a BAYOU party!” (Ted Nugent)

“Le RRRRONCA!!!”

3 thoughts on “Che-loving Billionaire Richard Branson Denounces Trump’s Cuba policy– says Cuba embargo “hurts AMERICANS” (because “we can’t access Cuba’s TECHNOLOGICAL and SCIENTIFIC ADVANCES!”–I AM NOT making this up!)”

  1. Branson is at best a useful idiot, and when you’re that rich, you can get away with a lot of idiocy–plenty of people will readily humor you even if they can tell you’re full of it. Also, the guy obviously likes attention, meaning he has the celebrity bug, and “doing Cuba” is good for that. Thus, we have a confluence of negative factors that winds up (surprise!) being bad for Cuba. Basically, Branson is doing his version of what the Rolling Stones did. Same old shit, different day.

  2. It’s really astonishing that someone in Branson’s position would gratuitously and publicly play along with a rank totalitarian dictatorship and schmooze with some minor relative of its monstrous founder. Even if there’s the ulterior motive of doing business with Castro, Inc., he simply doesn’t need that. He would most certainly never do anything like this if it involved an officially BAD regime–and there’s the rub, the fact that blatant hypocrisy is both perfectly normal and perfectly acceptable among the fashionably “progressive.”

    Perhaps he really is stupid enough to buy the BS about Castrogonia’s “scientific and medical prowess,” but even if it were real, he’d never go near it if we were talking about Nazi Germany or apartheid South Africa. Sometimes I wonder if people like him are knowingly and cynically two-faced or if they’ve managed to fool themselves into believing whatever is politically “cool” and “correct” without bothering to check the facts. Most of the time, however, I can’t summon enough generosity to give them the benefit of the doubt, and even if I did, they’d still be no better than useful idiots.

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