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Even in Spain, 1 - 1 = 0 at Capitol Hill Cubans

Mensaje por LoriG el Vie Oct 23, 2009 6:24 pm

Even in Spain, 1 - 1 = 0

at Capitol Hill Cubans

at 11:16 AM Friday, October 23, 2009
On the very same day that Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos was patting himself on the back for the release of Cuban political prisoner Nelson Aguiar Rodriguez -- and crediting it to Spain's policy of unconditional "normalization" -- the Castro regime sentenced Christian Liberation Movement activist Agustin Cervantes to two years in prison.

The release of Aguiar after serving 6 years of a 13 year sentence is certainly good news. As a leader of the opposition Liberal Orthodox Party, he was one of 75 activists that was imprisoned during Castro's infamous Black Spring crackdown of 2003.

Yet, in a slap in the face to Spain (which ran out of cheeks long ago, but doesn't seem to mind), the Castro regime proceeded to sentence Cervantes on the very same day it released Aguiar.

Of course, the Spanish government has not commented or recognized Cervantes' sentence, as it doesn't quite fit within Spain's policy script. Nonetheless, the head of Cuba's outlawed Christian Liberation Movement, Oswaldo Paya, reacted to this new sentence pointedly,

"This is how the Cuban regime has welcomed the policy of 'normalization' that the Spanish government defends."

Oh, and let's not forget July's imprisonment -- without trial -- of physician and pro-democracy leader Dr. Darsi Ferrer, plus over 200 remaining prisoners of conscience recognized internationally, not to mention thousands more being held under charges of "dangerousness."

But who's counting?

Apparently, not the Spanish government.

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