Castro Will Do Only One Thing Obama Wants

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Cuba's President Raul Castro listens to the playing of national hymns during his welcome ceremony at Miraflores presidential palace before the start of an emergency ALBA meeting in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, March 17, 2015. Leftist allies of Venezuela on Tuesday rallied behind embattled President Nicolas Maduro in his faceoff with the U.S. government, which he is accusing of trying to oust his socialist administration. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
Raul Castro

After Barack Obama gave it all away for nothing in return, Cuba’s vile dictator Raul Castro is blaming the U.S. for the suffering of the Cuban people and he’s demanding reparations. The only thing Barack Obama will get, the one thing no one else wants is GITMO returned to Cuba.

In his first U.N. speech, Raul harshly criticized the U.S.  After attacking the U.S. for more than 15 minutes,  he outlined his conditions for normalized relations which can only seek to benefit him, not his people and not the U.S.

“After 56 years in which the Cuban people put up a heroic and selfless resistance, diplomatic relations have been re-established between Cuba and the United States of America,” he said. “Now a long and complex process begins towards the normalization of relations.”

“But this will only be achieved with the end of the economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba; the return to our country of the territory illegally occupied by the Guantanamo naval base; the cessation of radio and TV broadcasts and of subversive and destabilizing programs against the island; and when our people are compensation for the human and economic damages they still endure.”

Notice how he suddenly wants GITMO back?

He touted his close relationship with the communist dictator of Venezuela and blamed the U.S. for the refugees and other migrants flooding Europe, the crisis in the Middle East, and poverty in Africa.

This is what happens when the leader of the U.S. is weak.

Prior to Castro’s speech, Obama met with Raul and Obama was the only one seen laughing and smiling.

Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker is going to visit Cuba to promote actions the administration has taken unilaterally to ease restrictions on the communist country.

Obama is even considering abstaining from voting on an anti-embargo resolution in the U.N.

Rubio warned the administration such a move could hinder future State Department nominations in the Senate. He requested Obama to follow U.S. law and warned that if he didn’t, he’d send a terrible message to the tyrants of the world.

Castro made a fool of Obama at the U. N. and, in fact, the only time Obama received applause during his 42 minute speech was when he said he would do what he could to get the embargo lifted.

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  1. US denounces human rights violations only when you disobey
    The United States (US) government’s goal is global dominance. Noam Chomsky brilliantly explains this in his book, HEGMONY OR SURVIVAL.
    The US must control countries to do this. It must rob them of their resources. A leader who is willing to do what the US government wants, will not only get its support, but it will also never accuse him of any crimes against citizens of his country. As long as US corporations can get huge profits out of that country, American democracy could not be working better!
    But, as soon as the leader disobeys, Washington will quickly accuse him of horrible human rights violations and of being a dictator. The US government will quickly replace him with someone who will cooperate with Washington.
    This is why President Eisenhower didn’t meet with Fidel Castro after his revolution ousted Cuban dictator and US puppet Batista. US said nothing about Batista’s atrocities against the Cubans. But, as soon as Fidel Castro became the leader that the Cuban People wanted, the US suddenly got very interested in the Cuban People’s human rights, liberties, democracy, and justice for all!
    Within 2 months, the US government started planning on how to remove Fidel Castro for somebody it could control. Chomsky’s book goes into the details of that. And after more than 50 years, the US government is still trying to get Cuba under its control again.
    Recently, the United Nations (UN) voted once again to lift the US blockade against Cuba. This time, only the United States and Israel want to continue to punish Cuba for not wanting to be controlled by the US government. How more obvious could it be that the US government is still determined to change Cuba’s government to one that will serve US interest!
    This is why Puerto Rico decolonization will never happen under US control. Puerto Rico is a colony, because the US government wants it that way. How could anyone realistically believe that the US would reverse something that it unilaterally installed?
    To decolonize Puerto Rico, we would have to protest peacefully and permanently for a long time (remember the Cuban blockade) for the US government to respect our inalienable right to self-determination and independence under international law. We must protest tirelessly to insist that the US government comply with the 34 UN resolutions to immediately decolonize Puerto Rico.
    And when that day happens that we are finally for the very first time decolonized, Washington will be going all out to install a Puerto Rican president who will do exactly whatever the US government wants. If you doubt that, why do you think the US still has a naval station in Cuba?
    http://www.TodosUnidosDescolonizarPR.com

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