Wednesday, June 23, 2021

World Denounces U.S. Cuba Blockade

 EXCEPT FOR,

Of course,

the U. S. & Israel!!

This image was at the UN today.

     Today -- June 23rd, 2021 -- for the 29th consecutive year the world loudly denounced the U. S. Embargo/Blockade against Cuban families. Today the vote in the United Nations in NY was 184-to-2. As you can see above, the two red dots reveal that the two usual suspects -- the United States and Israel -- were the only two nations in the whole world to vote to continue the six-decade-old Embargo, which is easily history's longest and cruelest embargo ever conducted against masses of people in a much smaller nation by miscreants in a much larger nation. Of course, greed prolongs the embargo: A few Cubans & Americans benefit; while Israel is by far the largest recipient of billions of dollars from the United States.
      Billions of decent people in 184 of the world's nations today -- June 23rd, 2021 -- particularly voiced their opinions of the endless U. S. embargo being expanded into a genocidal blockade by the Trump and Biden administrations as the neighboring island also battles the deadly COVID pandemic.
     Of course, in the USA's two-party political system there are 535 members of the United States Congress. But...it only takes two vicious Counter Revolutionary Cuban-Americans -- Senator Bob Menendez and Senator Marco Rubio -- to dictate America's Cuban policies, such as the extremely cruel but very lucrative Embargo/Blockade. Thus, Rubio, a Republican, easily dictated Cuban policy to President Trump and now Menendez, a Democrat, is easily dictating Cuban policy to President Biden. In that milieu, of course, this generation of U. S. citizens are programmed not to be ashamed of shameful worldwide images of their Democracy...including images like these:
Un-wonderful
IMAGES of the U. S.
But
ENDLESSLY allowed!!!
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