Monday, June 4, 2018

Lying About Cuba

It's Easy & Lucrative in the USA!!
{Updated: Tuesday, June 5th, 2018}
      At age 66 and a University of Virginia graduate, Chris Dickey is a veteran journalist who is now the Paris-based Foreign Editor for The Daily Beast. He's become a leading propagandist for the lucrative Castro Cottage Industry in the United States, meaning he feels free to promote how fantastic and nice the U.S.-backed Batista-Mafia dictatorship was in Cuba from 1952 till 1959 AND HOW fantastic and nice the overthrown Batistiano-Mafiosi exiles have been on U. S. soil from 1959 till today -- June 5th, 2018. Chris Dickey's June 2nd-2018 article was/is entitled: "How Cuba Helped Make Venezuela A Mafia State." If you belong to the Castro Cottage Industry or if you just love extremely slanted propaganda, I invite you to dial up Dickey's despicable piece of garbage.
      In the U. S. media, "BREAKING NEWS" these days, as epitomized by Christopher Dickey, is often nothing more and nothing less than self-serving propaganda. And serving the Castro Cottage Industry's profitable assaults on Revolutionary Cuba is incredibly easy and rewarding. Of course, when Dickey accuses today's Revolutionary Cuba of being the world's greatest Mafia-aligned, drug-dealing, and fiendish government on the planet, he conveniently, as always, ignores the fact that the Cuban Revolution was spawned in the early 1950s because of the Batista-Mafia hoodlums ravaging Cuba by brutally defending its massive illegal drug business along with other illicit operations. And then, of course, Dickey, as always, ignores the fact that beginning in January of 1959 Revolutionary Cuba has had to defend its vulnerable island for over six decades from the Mafiosi terrorists that fled from Havana to safe havens in Miami in Janaury, 1959.
      The pre-revolutionary Batista-Mafia dictatorship in Cuba from 1952 till 1959 was brutally led by the very top echelon of the Mafia, as indicated above. Of course, the Cuban narrative in the U. S. since 1959...as espoused in the aforementioned Dickey article...suggests that Fulgencio, Lucky, Meyer, and the rest of the mob treated everyday Cubans as nice as Mother Teresa would have treated them.
      Of course, the Cuban narrative in the U. S. since 1959 alleges that the Cuban Revolution chased Mother Teresa, NOT the Mafia thugs, to Miami.
       In 2018 we democracy-lovers wonder why only extremists Counter Revolutionary Cuban-Americans can get elected to the U. S. Congress even though the majority of Cuban-Americans, even in Miami, favor Obama-like decency regarding Cuba.
    Perhaps Christopher Dickey should write about whether the U. S. support of the Havana Mafia OR the U. S. support of the Miami Mafia has had the most deleterious effect on the U. S. democracy.
      I'd like to suggest, Mr. Dickey, that the American support of the Miami Mafia since 1959 has had a more damaging effect on America & Democracy than even the U. S. support of the Batista-Mafia dictatorship in Cuba from 1952 to 1959. The United States embargo of Cuba since 1962, creating the above world-wide image, reflects that opinion. Of course, Mr. Dickey, I assume you approve of this image that got condemned 191-to-0 in the United Nations in the last year of the Obama presidency.
    The last six Republican presidents have been shamefully aligned with the Miami Cuban Mafia. So it was no surprise when President Trump went to Little Havana in Miami and promised the remaining survivors of the humiliating Bay of Pigs Assault Brigade 2506 debacle that he would reverse their 1963 defeat while also very shamefully reversing President Obama's decent and sane overtures to Cuba.
      While most U. S. journalists, such as Christopher Dickey, are programmed or intimidated to either promote or ignore the Mafia dictatorship in Cuba as well as the Cuban Mafia influence in Miami, some great journalists-authors like T. J. English actually have the courage to tell the truth about: "How the Mob Owned Cuba...and Then Lost It to the Revolution."
      And in contrast to Christopher Dickey and his ilk, there are great journalists-authors -- like T. J. English, for example -- who will tell the truth about "An Epic Story of the Cuban American Underworld" that has cruelly reshaped America and Democracy since the 1950s.
    But Chris Dickey -- the Paris-based Foreign Editor for The Daily Beast -- seems to suggest in his June 2nd-2018 article that Cuba, instead of being severely targeted since the 1950s by the Havana Mafia and the Miami Mafia, has been the great ally of the Mafia in drug-dealing and other dastardly deeds. The Castro Cottage Industry -- headquartered in Miami's Little Havana, the U. S. Congress, and all Republican White Houses -- will savor Dickey's anti-Cuban propaganda spiel but the saner, braver, and more decent among us should simply trash it as Fake Propaganda.
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