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    Re: Colombia detains Cuba-bound Chinese ship carrying arms

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    During the month of April, 2015, 552 arbitrary detentions were made and 337 of these serious violations were directed against women, most of them members of the “Ladies in White”, a peaceful dissident group which has suffered an increase of repressive acts against its membership since Obama announced his intention to reestablish diplomatic relations with the Castroit regime.
    Nobody believes that Cuba is a model country, but improvements have been made. We have diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia, have you noticed their human rights record. Do you have a link for this? And do you have something personal in this issue?
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    Re: Colombia detains Cuba-bound Chinese ship carrying arms

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    Nobody believes that Cuba is a model country, but improvements have been made. We have diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia, have you noticed their human rights record. Do you have a link for this? And do you have something personal in this issue?
    Since 1977, after the Carter Administration took office and decided to normalize relations with the Castroit regime, the U.S. embassy building in Cuba has housed the U.S. Interest Section in Havana and the diplomats returned to it, and Cuba has and Interest Section in Washington staffed by its diplomats. Since 1977 diplomatic relations have been restored between the two countries. These sections have been functioning as de facto embassies. Do you have something personal against Saudi Arabia? Do you have any idea of the Castroit tyrannical regime human rights record?

    Here is the link: Monthly Report on Human Rights Violations in Cuba (April, 2015)
    Monthly Report on Human Rights Violations in Cuba (April, 2015) | Observatorio Cubano de Derechos Humanos

    Of course, human rights violation is a personal issue for me.

    Montecresto responds to articles critical of the Castroit regime with regard to be remove from the list of countries sponsors of terrorism:

    1. Right, an arbitrary list that includes some it shouldn't, and lacks some it should.

    2. Obama has good company. This is what we want.

    Americans Are Ready to End the Cuban Embargo
    Even Cuban Americans now support normalizing relations with the nation 90 miles off
    Florida's coast.

    3. Lol. Groups/states are added and removed from the list of sponsors of terrorism at political whim.

    4. In my opinion, Obama has never been on the hook with this..........and, most Americans, myself included want Cuba open. I'll be booking my flight to Cuba as soon as possible. Oh, and **** all that fear mongering, with Americas history of using terrorism, regime change, hegemony, imperialism, exploitation, etc., we needn't concern ourselves with trivial Cuban self interests.

    5. There are lots of countries that abuse their own populations, and use terrorism to advance their interests that are not on the list.

    6. You live in a country that has more military might than most countries combined and you're going to whine about some tiny nation (that has been attacked before) defending itself. Please keep up the propaganda.

    Do you have a personal interest with regard to the Castroit regime? Are you a CUI (Castro-Usefully Idiot) who doesn’t see the reality of what the Castroit tyrannical regime has done to the Cuban people, but only the images projected by the propaganda machine of the regime?

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    Re: Colombia detains Cuba-bound Chinese ship carrying arms

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandokan View Post
    Since 1977, after the Carter Administration took office and decided to normalize relations with the Castroit regime, the U.S. embassy building in Cuba has housed the U.S. Interest Section in Havana and the diplomats returned to it, and Cuba has and Interest Section in Washington staffed by its diplomats. Since 1977 diplomatic relations have been restored between the two countries. These sections have been functioning as de facto embassies. Do you have something personal against Saudi Arabia? Do you have any idea of the Castroit tyrannical regime human rights record?

    Here is the link: Monthly Report on Human Rights Violations in Cuba (April, 2015)
    Monthly Report on Human Rights Violations in Cuba (April, 2015) | Observatorio Cubano de Derechos Humanos

    Of course, human rights violation is a personal issue for me.

    Montecresto responds to articles critical of the Castroit regime with regard to be remove from the list of countries sponsors of terrorism:

    1. Right, an arbitrary list that includes some it shouldn't, and lacks some it should.

    2. Obama has good company. This is what we want.

    Americans Are Ready to End the Cuban Embargo
    Even Cuban Americans now support normalizing relations with the nation 90 miles off
    Florida's coast.

    3. Lol. Groups/states are added and removed from the list of sponsors of terrorism at political whim.

    4. In my opinion, Obama has never been on the hook with this..........and, most Americans, myself included want Cuba open. I'll be booking my flight to Cuba as soon as possible. Oh, and **** all that fear mongering, with Americas history of using terrorism, regime change, hegemony, imperialism, exploitation, etc., we needn't concern ourselves with trivial Cuban self interests.

    5. There are lots of countries that abuse their own populations, and use terrorism to advance their interests that are not on the list.

    6. You live in a country that has more military might than most countries combined and you're going to whine about some tiny nation (that has been attacked before) defending itself. Please keep up the propaganda.

    Do you have a personal interest with regard to the Castroit regime? Are you a CUI (Castro-Usefully Idiot) who doesn’t see the reality of what the Castroit tyrannical regime has done to the Cuban people, but only the images projected by the propaganda machine of the regime?

    About Montecresto; Gender: Undisclosed; Political Leaning: Undisclosed; Location: Undisclosed; Profession: Undisclosed.
    Montecresto in 22 months has posted 18,000 times, equivalent to 27 post per day. This is a full time job. Are you an agent working undercover?
    Lol. That's too cool dude, you actually went through the trouble to assemble all that here and do that math. I'll give you some credit for that.

    Would you care to explain why the issue of the U.S. And Cuba normalizing relations is personal to you?

    What do you think of a plurality of Americans now supporting Obama's new Cuban policy?

    Do you realize that there are people at DP with more posts in the same length of time as me, and do you think they too are agents or spy's?

    Yes, I have something against Saudi Arabia. They too have dismal human rights records, and, wealthy Saudi Arabians financed the 9/11 attacks on my country, and 15 of the 19 attackers were Saudi Arabian.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Colombia detains Cuba-bound Chinese ship carrying arms

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Lol. That's too cool dude, you actually went through the trouble to assemble all that here and do that math. I'll give you some credit for that.

    Would you care to explain why the issue of the U.S. And Cuba normalizing relations is personal to you?

    What do you think of a plurality of Americans now supporting Obama's new Cuban policy?

    Do you realize that there are people at DP with more posts in the same length of time as me, and do you think they too are agents or spy's?

    Yes, I have something against Saudi Arabia. They too have dismal human rights records, and, wealthy Saudi Arabians financed the 9/11 attacks on my country, and 15 of the 19 attackers were Saudi Arabian.
    Castro established a totalitarian regime in Cuba which had been driven by a malicious hostility towards the U.S. He created a system that was intentionally the very opposite of what the U.S. stand for. The Castroit regime has no intention of changing its position, no concessions. It would be the regime way or no way. Since Eisenhower to the present all U.S. presidents had tried to improved relation with the Castroit regime with very limited success. Raul Castro had said that he won’t consider normalizing ties until the U.S. shuts down Guantanamo Bay, ends the trade embargo, ceases pro-democracy radio and television broadcasts into Cuba and compensates the regime for "human and economic damages." Of course all of those in exchange for nothing. All gain and no concessions.

    If President Obama is going to compromise U.S. principles, at least he should do it for some significant gain for the U.S., not for the sake of gratifying his lefty supporters. As an American, I believe that it is a mistake to normalize relation under those conditions.

    You did not answer my question. Do you have a personal interest with regard to the Castroit regime? Do you care to explain?

    Few Americans know that Fidel Castro was ready to nuke the United States, and that Khrushchev took away the nuclear missiles since he knew he would do it. Castro hatred against the United States is so deep, that he did not give a damn that such action sealed the annihilation of the Cuban people and a large part of humanity. On November 1962 the FBI arrested three Castroit agents in New York and seized a cache of explosives and incendiary devices. Their plot was to bomb Grand Central Station, Macy’s, Gimbels and Bloomingdale’s department stores in New York during the holiday shopping rush, which would had provoked a holocaust bigger that 9/11. Frightening what the regime had in storage for the American people. Many U.S. citizens would change their support of the Obama Policy with regard to the Castroit regime if they were aware of the facts.

    These is not about those people, it is about you. Trying to justify your behavior ulterior motive arguing that others do it, do not diminish you responsibility.

    Would you care to provide information about your gender, political leaning, geographical location and profession? Why is the reason you kept it secret?

    What you call “dismal human rights records” in Saudi Arabia is basically the same in all Muslim countries. Their concept of human rights are different than in Western democracies, it is based in the Islamic religion, the Quran ideal of human rights. You cannot measure their human rights standards by comparison with the human rights set by Western democracies. The Saudi government did not attacked the U.S., those were radical Islamic Saudi citizens. As a matter of fat Saudi Arabia is combating IS terrorism.

    The Castroit regime has a dismal record of human rights violation and civil liberties. How many more boats like the "13 de Marzo" tugboat, and the riverboat "XX Aniversario” the Castroit military regime has sank in the last 55 years, sending to their death many innocent children, men and women? How many massacres like the Cuban-Chinese aboard the yacht “Pretexto”? Like the icebergs, where only ten per cent of the mass is visible above the water surface, the rest below the surface isn’t.

    Now that you have been made aware of the Castroit regime plans to attack the U.S., and the “dismal human rights records” of it, do you have something against the Castroit tyrannical regime?

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    Re: Colombia detains Cuba-bound Chinese ship carrying arms

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandokan View Post
    Castro established a totalitarian regime in Cuba which had been driven by a malicious hostility towards the U.S. He created a system that was intentionally the very opposite of what the U.S. stand for. The Castroit regime has no intention of changing its position, no concessions. It would be the regime way or no way. Since Eisenhower to the present all U.S. presidents had tried to improved relation with the Castroit regime with very limited success. Raul Castro had said that he won’t consider normalizing ties until the U.S. shuts down Guantanamo Bay, ends the trade embargo, ceases pro-democracy radio and television broadcasts into Cuba and compensates the regime for "human and economic damages." Of course all of those in exchange for nothing. All gain and no concessions.

    If President Obama is going to compromise U.S. principles, at least he should do it for some significant gain for the U.S., not for the sake of gratifying his lefty supporters. As an American, I believe that it is a mistake to normalize relation under those conditions.

    You did not answer my question. Do you have a personal interest with regard to the Castroit regime? Do you care to explain?

    Few Americans know that Fidel Castro was ready to nuke the United States, and that Khrushchev took away the nuclear missiles since he knew he would do it. Castro hatred against the United States is so deep, that he did not give a damn that such action sealed the annihilation of the Cuban people and a large part of humanity. On November 1962 the FBI arrested three Castroit agents in New York and seized a cache of explosives and incendiary devices. Their plot was to bomb Grand Central Station, Macy’s, Gimbels and Bloomingdale’s department stores in New York during the holiday shopping rush, which would had provoked a holocaust bigger that 9/11. Frightening what the regime had in storage for the American people. Many U.S. citizens would change their support of the Obama Policy with regard to the Castroit regime if they were aware of the facts.

    These is not about those people, it is about you. Trying to justify your behavior ulterior motive arguing that others do it, do not diminish you responsibility.

    Would you care to provide information about your gender, political leaning, geographical location and profession? Why is the reason you kept it secret?

    What you call “dismal human rights records” in Saudi Arabia is basically the same in all Muslim countries. Their concept of human rights are different than in Western democracies, it is based in the Islamic religion, the Quran ideal of human rights. You cannot measure their human rights standards by comparison with the human rights set by Western democracies. The Saudi government did not attacked the U.S., those were radical Islamic Saudi citizens. As a matter of fat Saudi Arabia is combating IS terrorism.

    The Castroit regime has a dismal record of human rights violation and civil liberties. How many more boats like the "13 de Marzo" tugboat, and the riverboat "XX Aniversario” the Castroit military regime has sank in the last 55 years, sending to their death many innocent children, men and women? How many massacres like the Cuban-Chinese aboard the yacht “Pretexto”? Like the icebergs, where only ten per cent of the mass is visible above the water surface, the rest below the surface isn’t.

    Now that you have been made aware of the Castroit regime plans to attack the U.S., and the “dismal human rights records” of it, do you have something against the Castroit tyrannical regime?
    I've already told you that 50+ years of US policy hasn't changed anything, so like a plurality of Americans that you don't want to acknowledge, I support trying something new. Maybe this helps to open the country up.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    The image of the “Lady in White” attacked by the Castroit regime agents and pelted with tar, illustrated the vicious repression that the Cuban dissidents are subjected, the racism of the Castroit regime and its acolytes. The regimen keeps its violent repression against the dissidents, many of them black. The regime, which produce such racist reaction, keep criticizing racism in the United States. Cuban society continues to be today a profoundly racist society under the boot of the Castroit regime.

    Would President Obama condemn the racist connotation of such attacks against black Cuban dissidents?

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    Human Rights Watch keeps under scrutiny human rights in Cuba. This organization had accuse the Castroit regime of systematic human rights abuses, which include arbitrary imprisonment, unfair trials, and extrajudicial execution. The regime laws limits freedom of expression, association, assembly, movement, and the media. Does Obama care?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandokan View Post
    China is constructing a canal across Nicaragua. It is necessary a second canal? It is really needed? I think that China is doing it for military and political reasons, to be able to ship all sorts of contraband, drugs and guns through it since it will be protected by the Chinese military.
    Nicaragua isn't panama. So Nicaragua deems it necessary for their economy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandokan View Post
    The Obama administration pressure the legislative branch of the U.S. government to remove the Castro regime from the list of terror-sponsoring nations that pose a threat to the U.S. At the same time the Colombia police received a tip-off about the munitions on board of the Da Dan Xia ship, search it and found explosives and weapons bound for Cuba.
    I've always meant to ask you but never have... why do you hate Cuba so much?
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    The Supreme Court can't interpret The Constitution. They don't have that power.

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    Colombia had won its freedom with blood but has won. Those small ships, once upon, were full only with strong sailors, and this American dossier can be open only with blood, historical blood.

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