That’s Peter Kornbluh on the far left faithfully honoring his hero Fidel Castro.
(From Cuba’s own media here’s “impartial” CBS “analyst” and Miami Herald “expert” Julia Sweig at the Cuban embassy in Washington D.C. on Nov. 21st honoring Fidel Castro.)
Websters defines the term “tribute” thusly: ” a gift or service showing respect, gratitude, or affection…. something that indicates the worth, virtue, or effectiveness of the one in question.The one in question here is the late Stalinist dictator Fidel Castro.Websters defines the tern “homage” thusly: “expression of high regard…something that shows respect or attests to the worth or influence of another…”The “another” in this case is the late Stalinist dictator Fidel Castro.An event at the Cuban embassy in Washington D.C. on Nov. 21st in commemoration of Fidel Castro was described by Cuba’s media as a “tribute” in one case and as a “homage” in another. Yet the event featured a person which the media–from the Miami Herald to the New York Times to CNN to CBS, etc.– has told us for decades is simply a scholarly and antiseptically “impartial” “Cuba-expert.”Wouldn’t Julia Sweig’s gleeful participation in this avowed act of tribute and homage seem to call into question her widely trumpeted (by the Fake News Media) professional impartiality regarding the object of the tribute and homage?
The Miami Herald, for instance, which often consults Julia Sweig for their Cuba coverage has recently described Ms Sweig variously as: “a U.S. scholar who has written extensively on Cuba. ” “ a senior research fellow at the University of Texas Austin”…”an expert on Cuba and Latin America at the Council on Foreign Relations.”Pretty innocuous, no? Gosh? Why would anyone mistrust anything this “impartial expert” says about the Castro regime in the pages of the Miami Herald?As it happens, almost a decade ago, Babalu Blog broke the story that the Fake News Media was seriously and serially misrepresenting Julia Sweig’s profession and credentials. Babalu Blog revealed that, in fact, Julia Sweig was a full-fledged agent-of-influence for the Castro regime. This was revealed on a Babalu Blog podcast by America’s top Cuba spycatcher retired Lieut. Col. Chris Simmons formerly counterintelligence specialist with the Defense Intelligence Agency.The Miami Herald, in particular, was quick to denounce Simmon’s revelations about Julia Sweig and other Cuban agents.In brief: Doesn’t publicly paying “tribute” and “homage” to the late Stalinist dictator at the Stalinist regime’s very embassy strike some of you as incongruous with the role of being an “impartial scholar?” as claimed by the Miami Herald and other Fake News agencies?Doesn’t it seem much more congruous with the role of an “agent-of-influence?” ….we rest our case.
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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.)
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1 thought on “Act of HOMAGE and TRIBUTE to Fidel Castro at Cuban embassy in Washington D.C. features CBS “analyst” and Miami Herald billed “Cuba-expert” Julia Sweig along with Cuban agent-of-influence Peter Kornbluh”
Even apart from Simmons, Sweig is clearly, uh, compromised, and the Herald people can figure that out–they’re not stellar, but they’re not retarded. The problem is they want to remain “respectable” to their peers, not to mention follow their own, uh, mixed inclinations. At least Sweig is not both highly suspect and a Cuban, like the abominable Pérez-Stable woman, whose use by the Herald was unforgivably offensive and blatantly insulting–that alone should have cost them virtually all patronage from the Cuban community. So, let Julia do her shtick–it’s really too obvious to stick. I mean, la tipa ha sido bastante chapucera.
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