Saturday, November 30, 2019

U.S. Hurt by Its Cuban Lies

An Affront to Democracy Since 1959!
       On the first day of January, 1959, the Cuban Revolution astounded the world by defeating the brutal, thieving, U.S.-backed Batista-Mafia dictatorship. Equally astounding, the U.S.-backed exiles from the overthrown Batista-Mafia dictatorship were quickly permitted to quickly...and it seems permanently...replace their capital in Havana on Cuban soil with their new capital of Little Havana on U. S. soil in Miami. Thus, since 1959 the colluding U. S. government, unable to help the Cuban exiles to recapture Cuba, has exacerbated its unholy collusion by lying to the American people about Cuban issues, and the mainstream U. S. media has also usually been too intimidated to tell the truth about U. S. involvement in pre-Revolutionary Cuba as well as post-Revolutionary Cuba.
        In that milieu in the United States of America, propaganda related Cuba has been rampant from 1959 till this day in 2019. For that to be allowed within the bowels of the world's strongest nation and strongest democracy has insulted democracy-lovers in America and around the world. 
       This weekend, which takes us into December of 2019, the best article written about U.S.-Cuban relations has been written by William M. LeoGrande, who is the world's best expect on U.S.-Cuban relations. The article is entitled: Donald Trump Sees Another Opportunity To Teach Cuba A Lesson." The mainstream media in the U. S. is basically not allowed to consult America's best, most honest, and unbiased Cuban experts precisely of their knowledge and honesty.
     This weekend's article by William M. LeoGrande is ubiquitous online in the digital age but the mainstream U. S. media is basically not brave enough to report what true, respected Cuban experts write about or say about Cuban issues, even when Mr. LeoGande's aforementioned update provides much material Americans need to ascertain why and how President Trump, on behalf of the Cuban extremists in Little Havana and in the U. S. Congress, is conducting genocide on totally innocent Cuban families on the island while also harming the freedoms of  the majority of Cuban-Americans who desire normal relations with Cubans on the island. In this article, William M. LeoGrande mentions the forty years he has devoted to studying U.S.-Cuban relations.
    An American democracy that readily condones and promotes Little Havana-inspired propaganda about Cuba while blunting the honest views of fair-minded, unbiased experts like William M. LeoGrande is a democracy that has diminished its credibility and influence drastically since 1959.
     For example, in one notable book -- "BACK CHANNEL TO CUBA" -- co-authors William M. LeoGrande and Peter Kornbluh replaced tons of anti-Cuban propaganda with one truth after the other. Mr. Kornbluh, of course, the highly respected Cuban expert at the U. S. National Archives in Washington while Mr. LeoGrande is the highly respected Cuban expert from his perch as the Professor of Government at the American University School of Public Affairs in Washington. Americans saturated with damning propaganda about Little Havana's perspectives regarding U.S.-Cuban relations need to look beyond that facade to depend on people like LeoGrande and Kornbluh for the truth. That's why I suggest LeoGrande's article this weekend about President Trump's genocidal nexus with Little Havana that neither the mainstream U. S. media nor the American people are supposed to not care about. LeoGrande's article this weekend updates and reminds us pertaining to two pertinent facts of history: {1} Yes, the U. S. shamefully supported the brutal, thieving Batista-Mafia dictatorship in Cuba prior to the Cuban Revolution  and {2} since 1959 the U. S. has shamefully supported two rich and powerful generations of Batistiano-Mafiosi exiles on U. S. soil and permitted them to dictate U.S.-Cuba relations to suit their personal economic and political whims. Both facts are well-known and undeniable.
Prior to 1959 in Cuba.
Since 1959 in the USA.

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