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The Castro regime is brazenly stifling all dissent in Cuba, emboldened by the policies
of the current occupant of the White House and by the visit of congresswoman
Nancy Pelosi and fellow Democratic Party Castro lovers.
HOME OF HISTORICAL CUBAN POLITICAL PRISONERS IN MIAMI, CALLS ITS MEMBERS, EX POLITICAL PRISONERS BROTHERS, THE CUBANS IN GENERAL AND OTHER COMMUNITIES TO HAVE A MARCH AT THE TIME PROVIDED , TO SHOW OUR SUPPORT AND SOLIDARITY WITH THE CUBAN PEOPLE THIS MARCH WILL BE FOR DIGNITY OF THE CUBAN PEOPLE.
IN RESPONSE TO THE NEGOTIATIONS submissive BY THE ADMINISTRATION OF PRESIDENT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA, WHO PREFERRED DISCUSS WITH TYRANNY annexed CASTRO, INSTEAD OF THE OPPOSITION AND INTERNAL RESISTANCE DEMOCRATIC AND PATRIOTICS IN EXILE, THEY WILL PRESENT A MANIFESTO OF REJECTION AND CONDEMN THIS OFFENSE TO THE CUBAN NATION.
TUESDAY 24 FEBRUARY 2015 S.W. 8TH STREET AND 13 AVE AT 12 NOON IN MIAMI.
A few weeks ago Hussein Obama started using his new a new catch phrase he coined to describe his “dynamite” Marxist labor movement in the United States. He’s calling it “middle class economics.” The devil is always in the details, especially when the Devil is the source.
Obama defines the middle class as a socially dependent bloc of workers along the line of a Marxist proletariat. For a “president” who campaigned as the reincarnation of Abraham Lincoln, why does he so much resemble Vladimir Lenin?
He’s created a large class of State-dependent unemployed and benefit addicts, so in that context, someone working, even at a job on the lowest end of the pay scale, can be defined as the middle class. Also, with wages declining with the ever-shrinking opportunities, the middle class is not what it used to be. What it is, increasingly, is the upper end of poverty.
He rants about things that “aren’t an accident.” What those things actually aren’t is “the truth.” His audience is ignorant, which is proven by the very fact that they even bothered to waste an hour out of their lives to subject themselves to these lies. They’ll believe what he’s saying and that if they just give this “recovery” more time, things will get better. And in the meantime, while they’re waiting, there’s always welfare.
The national liar says:
“It’s not an accident that our manufacturers are creating jobs for the first time since the last time a Democrat was president.” Really? No manufacturing jobs were created in the U.S. since the year 2000?
“It’s not an accident that healthcare inflation’s running at the lowest rate in almost fifty years.” The costs are frozen temporarily and artificially by the staged implementation of obamacare and through heavy federal subsidies. When the actual costs start hitting the population over this and the next few years, that fact will be painfully evident. Of course, that is designed to be the problem of the next president.
“It’s not an accident that deficits are falling faster than they have in sixty years” is just simply a bold-faced lie, again, to the attendees who have no idea what a deficit is, let alone how it is trending or what that means to America.
Below is the link to a 45-minute speech of Alex Newman in Jacksonville on February 11. It is very interesting because he defines the role of Cuba in Latin America. I was already acquainted with most of it but he puts it together in its international context which is not generally known to Americans.
Bringing the pieces together is too hot a subject for most sources of information--the media (including Fox News). PoIiticians can touch only on individual components. Alex provides a solid background to make an educated assessment of the instability that it is troubling the Americas now and the plan for the U.S. and the world. I just watched the video this yesterday. I copied the information below about Alex Newman from the Jacksonville program.
"Alex discusses the Obama administration’s recently announced policy of resetting relations with the Communist regime in Cuba, Obama’s close ties to the founder of Castro-backed terrorist group Weather Underground, and the ongoing resurgence of communism across Latin America, just south of our border, with the strong support of Beijing, Moscow, Havana, and even elements of the U.S. establishment. Will this resurgence threaten the United States or are we in the midst of it?
"Alex is a liberty-minded author, international journalist, educator, and consultant who has lived in seven countries on four continents. In addition to serving as president of the small media and information consulting firm Liberty Sentinel Media, Inc, he writes for a wide array of publications in the United States and abroad. He currently serves as a foreign correspondent for The New American magazine, a contributor to WND, Bear Witness Central and more. He has also written for numerous newspapers and magazines such as the Gainesville Sun, Liberty magazine, Crisis magazine, The Diplomat magazine, and many more. In addition, he has co-authored two books, including a major exposé of the plot to dumb down American children using government schools, published by WND Books. His work has been cited by governments and major media outlets around the world, and Alex is a frequent guest on radio shows, TV programs, and at conferences."
Published on Feb 20, 2015
Journalist Alex Newman addresses the Bear Witness Conference in Jacksonville, February 11th. Newman speaks out on the link between Obama and Castro, Cuba's role in subverting Latin America, and the "communist tsunami" there.
Retired 4-Star U.S. Navy Admiral James A. “Ace” Lyons was recently at the National Press Club. And his claims are shocking.
It appears that the Obama Regime has been FULLY infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood terrorism front group on every level. And that pro-radical Islam group is also in every level of U.S. security agencies. Lyons went on to say that “the transformation of America has been in full swing ever since 2008.” And when Obama campaigned on a platform to “fundamentally transform America,” Obama has done exactly that!
In addition Lyons made the important point that there is no meaningful line between Islam and radical Islam. “Islam is Islam,” he said.
Speaking about Obama’s refusal to attend the recent march in France, reportedly attended by more than 50 world leaders to condemn Islamic terrorism following the gruesome murders of cartoonists who had the audacity to lampoon Islam, Admiral Lyons said that act was a “signal to Islamic Jihadis,” and is “one of many signals he sent over the years while in office.”
“There’s no question we got a hell of a job ahead of us,” Admiral Lyons said. “With the Muslim Brotherhood penetration in every one of our national security agencies, including all our intelligence agencies,” he proclaimed.
Admiral Lyons said that our “lead intelligence agency” is “headed by a Muslim convert,” a reference to Obama CIA head John Brennan.
The new GOP majority in both houses of Congress were elected to “stop the transformation of America, not to see how they could work with the president.”
There has never been a more important time to support the military, as it’s clear that they have a Commander-in-Chief who doesn’t have their best interests in mind. Please share this important message from Admiral Lyons!
Again this year 2015 like in the past since president Obama is in office, US State Department gives visa to Samuel Formell, the murderer of an old lady that was killed to rob from her a tape recorder. Per a niece of the death woman she was beheaded. The group Los Van Van is already here, and will have concerts in several cities, the last one will be on August 1st , 2015 in Miami per TicketMaster
Formell was sentenced to 18 years in jail, but because of his father ties with the communist non elected government of Cuba, only served less than six months and was released.
Will it be posible to override the visa to Formell and his group? Not only because he perhaps lied to you to obtain such visa many times, but if you and Obama Administration condemn similar crime from ISIS , why to ignore it when is done by a privilegedman in Cuba.
Terrible murder executed with his own hands an old woman.Havana shuddered with that horrendous fact, but many knew that the protective mantle would cover the crime.It would be very appropriate that the act does not stay alone in protests but terminated before US authorities with complete indolence give visa and allow a criminal to perform 70 concerts in the United States.
The White House once again Thursday agonized to draw a fine-tuned distinction between the Taliban and terror networks like Al Qaeda, even as Press Secretary Josh Earnest acknowledged that, technically, the Taliban are still on an official terrorist list.
The Obama administration is being pressed on the distinction because of a potential prisoner swap between the Islamic State and Jordan. The White House, without giving Jordan advice on what to do, has said the U.S. government does not negotiate with terrorists -- yet last year, the Obama administration traded five Taliban fighters held at Guantanamo for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
On Wednesday, a White House spokesman said that was different, in part because the Taliban are an "armed insurgency," not necessarily a terror group.
However, while the Taliban are not on the State Department list of foreign terrorist organizations, they are on a Treasury Department list of "specially designated global terrorists" dating back to a 2002 executive order.
Earnest acknowledged that listing on Thursday.
But then it got complicated.
Earnest explained, "They do carry out tactics that are akin to terrorism, they do pursue terror attacks in an effort to try to advance their agenda."
He said the Treasury designation allows the U.S. to impose financial sanctions against Taliban leaders.
However, he said the Taliban nevertheless are different from a group like Al Qaeda, in that the Taliban "have principally been focused on Afghanistan."
Earnest continued, "Al Qaeda is a terrorist organization that has aspirations that extend beyond just the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan."
The U.S. government has long viewed the Taliban through a different lens than it views groups like Al Qaeda.
But the effort to reject comparisons between the Taliban-Bergdahl trade and negotiations with terrorists like the one between Jordan and ISIS has drawn criticism in Congress.
House Armed Services Committee member Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., says "it's all semantics."
"I would suggest that this administration start talking to any of the service members who fought in Afghanistan, who might have been injured or seen their friends hurt or killed, and ask them if the Taliban is a terror organization," he said in a statement on Thursday. "The administration might actually learn something and stop looking so foolish."
Hunter also has noted that Bergdahl was held at one point by militants with the Taliban-aligned Haqqani network, which technically has been declared a terror group.
In another Taliban-related development, a U.S. official told Fox News Thursday that one of the five prisoners traded for Bergdahl had since reached back out to the Taliban.
The Bergdahl trade is back in the headlines following claims that the Army may be preparing to charge him with desertion. The Pentagon and Army have adamantly denied the claims, saying no decision has been reached.
Reports have emerged that Qatar also proposed a trade last year for an Al Qaeda operative held in a U.S. prison. Two Americans held by Qatar were ultimately released in December, and the Al Qaeda operative was released this month -- though the administration insists no trade was considered. Officials said the operative was released after time served.
On Thursday, Earnest drew another distinction between the Jordan-ISIS discussion, and last year's trade. He noted that those talks were done using the Qatari government as an intermediary.
By Mushtaq Yusufzai, Wajahat S. Khan, F. Brinley Bruton and Alastair Jamieson
PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Pakistan was plunged into mourning Tuesday after Taliban militants in suicide vests laid siege to a school, massacring 132 children and 10 teachers during eight hours of sheer terror. In total, 145 people were killed, including three soldiers, officials said.
Those who survived emerged with stories of horror — of gunmen shooting indiscriminately into crowds or killing youngsters one by one.
"One of my teachers was crying, she was shot in the hand and she was crying in pain,'' Shahrukh Khan, 15, who was shot in both legs but survived, told Reuters. "One terrorist then walked up to her and started shooting her until she stopped making any sound.
"All around me my friends were lying injured and dead.''
A military source told NBC News that the attackers were wearing police uniforms and suicide vests.
"They burnt a teacher in front of the students in a classroom," he said. "They literally set the teacher on fire with gasoline and made the kids watch."
The government of Pakistan declared three days of mourning for the lives lost.
Desperate Scenes as Wounded Peshawar Students Receieve Treatment
Maj. Gen. Asim Bajwa, a military spokesman, told NBC News that at least 132 children were killed in the attack, along with 10 staff from the school — including the principal. Seven militants were killed and seven special forces soldiers were injured.
"They didn't take any hostages initially and started firing in the hall," Bajwa also told a press conference. He told NBC News that they had enough ammunition and rations to have kept up the siege for days.
At a hospital near the school, blood stained the floors. Crying relatives roamed the wards and searched operating rooms, desperately searching for their sons and daughters.
One room at at the Central Military hospital was filled with teenagers who had bullet wounds, shrapnel embedded in their flesh and burns.
A doctor, Brig. Muhammad Waqar, said his son attends the school and he watched with dread as victim after victim was brought in
"I was waiting for him to turn up dead in an ambulance," he said. "I wanted to grab a gun and go to the school."
The Pakistani Taliban have claimed responsibility for the attack, which Pakistani officials said appeared to be aimed at the children of senior military personnel.
School Massacre Victim Describes Horrific Shooting
Uniformed militants struck shortly before 11 a.m. local time (1 a.m. ET) when about 1,000 students — in grades one through 10 — and teachers were believed to be inside.
"We were standing outside the school and firing suddenly started and there was chaos everywhere and the screams of children and teachers," said Jamshed Khan, a school bus driver.
"The gunmen entered class by class and shot some kids one by one," one student who was in the Army Public School in Peshawar at the time told local media.
As the siege continued and Pakistani security forces battled to stop the assault, five "heavy" explosions were heard from the school at around 5 a.m. ET. Bombs planted by the attackers slowed rescue efforts, a military official said, and the massacre was not declared over until after 9 a.m. ET.
Dozens of Children Killed as Taliban Gunmen Storm Peshawar School.