Friday, May 20, 2022

Miami Wildly Nostalgic for CUBA!!!


    This weekend -- May 21-22 of 2022 -- Little Havana in the heart of Miami will hold a lavish and wild celebration entitled: "Cuba Nostalgia: More Than An Event, It's A Cuban Experience."
    Since January of 1959 -- when the Cuban Revolution booted the U.S.-backed Batista-Mafia dictatorship out of Cuba -- Little Havana in Miami has been an  economic and political Gold Mine in the USA...much like Cuba was in the 1950s for the Batistianos, the Mafiosi, and the rich U. S. businessmen.

    But rich and powerful Little Havana USA in Miami on May 21-22 in 2022 will show how wildly nostalgic it is for the U.S.-backed Batista-Mafia dictatorship that ruled Cuba from 1952 till the first day of January in 1959. Of courseBatista's Cuba, while extremely brutal, was a financial bonanza for the Batistianos, the Mafiosi, and rich U. S. businessmen and rich U. S. companies in the 1950s...prior to the Cuban Revolution!!!
     Since January 1, 1959 Little Havana in Miami has essentially dictated the USA's Cuban policies because, by controlling Miami, Little Havana also basically controls Florida's crucial and massive haul of Electoral Votes that often dictate who becomes the President of the United States, meaning U. S. Presidential contenders routinely go to the Versailles Restaurant in Little Havana and meekly bow to the Little Havana leaders.
      For sure, since 1959 Little Havana in Miami has controlled both the Cuban politics and narratives in the USA, meaning Americans are routinely told how fantastically nice the Little Havana Cubans are and how fantastically bad the Cubans in Cuba are. Of course, as you can see above, a few brave sources -- such as The Mob Museum and the great author T. J. ENGLISH have documented what Batista's Mob-Ruled Cuba in the 1950s was really like. The second paragraph above states correctly that Batista's Cuba in the 1950s was ruled by the all-time top four U. S. Mafia kingpins -- namely: "The Havana Mob, including Charles 'Lucky' Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Santos Trafficante and Albert Anastasia, operated freely in the city until New Year's Day 1959 when Fidel Castro's leftist rebels suddenly overthrew Batista, seized the Mob's properties and closed its casinos." Every brave historian is aware of that history but since 1959 Americans are supposed to believe that all the good Cubans are in Little Havana USA in Miami.
       In May of 2022 a Google search about "Mobsters in Miami" will reveal countless shocking things Americans are not supposed to know...such as the headline "Miami is run by the Cuban mafia" in the Miami-based Progreso Weekly that is published by brave Cuban-Americans like Alvaro Fernandez.
     Above you can see the article by Miami-based Progreso Weekly's update by the notable journalist Alvaro Fernandez. It documents why Cuban-American Police Chief Art Acevedo, shortly after he left his huge job as Police Chief in Houston to take over the Police Chief job in Miami, quickly disclosed: "Miami is run BY the Cuban mafia." As you see in the article above, Art Acevedo was a "Cuban-American from California" before he became Police Chief in Houston and before he became Miami's Police Chief. So...except for his brief stint in Miami, he didn't know "Miami is run BY the Cuban mafia." And, of course, as pointed out earlier by T. J. English, so was Havana also run by the Mob in the 1950s!!!
    And, of course, for over six-decades the cruel and ugly U. S. Embargo against Cuba has cruelly harmed generations of Cuban families. In all those decades, while Little Havana USA has tried to regain control of Havana, Americans have been told that all the good Cubans are in Little Havana USA while all the bad Cubans are in Cuba, so it's alright to do things like starve Cubans in Cuba while lavishly enriching Little Havana USA Cubans. Thus, for over six decades Americans have been obliged to support Little Havana USA and hurt Cubans on the island.
      And this weekend -- May 21-22, 2022 -- in Little Havana-Miami there will be a lavish and loud celebration named Cuba Nostalgia!!! You know...for the Cuba that they...uh...Lost.

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