Seem that Hatuey is a “Stormfront troll”.HT Heads into Its Sixth Year
Havana Times.org » open-minded writing from Cuba
By Circles Robinson, editor
HAVANA TIMES — When Havana Times began back in October 2008 in Havana it was hoped to be updating once a week and we were only publishing in English. Less than a year later we were operating as a daily publication with a Spanish and English edition.
It has been a steady growth ever since in readership, participating writers and photographers and subject matter. And the contribution from our translators has also helped make it all possible.
Currently we receive an average of 3,000 visits a day, entering 7,500 articles on the site, according to Google Analytics. Our main sources for attracting readers are the search engines, direct entries and Facebook.
• RECENT POSTS
Cuba Says It’s Ready for US Tourists
Castro Gets Full Support from Cuban Parliament for New Approach with USA
MLB Waiting for Opportunities in Cuba
Cuba’s Oncology Congress and Campaigns Abroad
One thing I noticed in Obama's speech in reference to normalizing diplomatic relations with Cuba was when Obama mentioned the word "immigration."
More undocumented Democrats having an easier access to America ?
Today's Cubans only know of one thing, free stuff from the government. And today's America can do it better than Cuba can today.
The Democrat Senator from New Jersey Robert Menendez, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee got it wright. The swap of Alan Gross, an innocent civilian, for the three convicted spies, one of them to life in prison for his involvement of the shot down of two civilian Cessna aircrafts and killing of their four occupants, three of them American citizens, who was pardon by President Obama in order to proceed with the swap, is a very dangerous precedent since any American citizen oversees is easy prey by enemy countries to be used as a bargain chip for their terrorist imprison in the U.S.Sen. Menendez: One-sided deal rewards Cuba regime
Sen. Menendez: One-sided deal rewards Cuba regime
December 17, 2014
Alan Gross is home now. His five-year imprisonment for providing Internet access to Cuba's small Jewish community was cruel, arbitrary and consistent with the behavior of the Cuban regime.
By releasing Mr. Gross in exchange for three convicted Cuban spies who conspired to commit espionage against our nation, this administration has wrongly rewarded a totalitarian regime and thrown the Cuban regime an economic lifeline.
Click link above for full article.
There are thousands of American citizens living abroad and many thousand American tourists traveling worldwide, which could become the next Alan Cross. Who will be the next victim? A student, doctor, journalist, military, missionary, to be taken hostage due to Obama swap precedent that encourage hostage taking to use them as bargain chips.