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A Victory for Zapata, Fariñas & the Ladies

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A Victory for Zapata, Fariñas & the Ladies

Mensaje por LoriG el Lun Mayo 24, 2010 10:57 pm

Getting Advice From BP

at Capitol Hill Cubans Monday, May 24, 2010

As predicted two weeks ago, it was only a matter of time before the disastrous BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico would become the new rallying cry for engagement with the Castro regime.

So here comes the Brooking Institution with a "scholarly" report on how to promote "U.S.-Cuba Environmental Cooperation."

What we couldn't predict is that the author of the report would be a retired BP executive who has been advocating for years to drill off Cuba's shores.

Talk about a conflict of interest. Obviously, Brookings is aware of this conflict for they've now conveniently kept the BP part off his bio-line.

That's like asking the Castro regime for advice on human rights.

The fact remains that Cuba has not drilled offshore, and will not be able to drill off shore -- despite years of talk and hype -- due to one reason:

The U.S. embargo makes it economically unfeasible. Period.

However, these "experts" would like for you to believe that lifting the embargo would actually protect Florida's coasts, for American companies would know how to do drill "safely."

If we would have listened to this "advice" years ago, there would have been drilling off Cuba's shores alright -- not to mention a heightened probability for environmental disaster.

And it would have all been courtesy of BP.


A Victory for Zapata, Fariñas & the Ladies

at 6:30 AM
We fully subscribe to the sentiments of the "#OZT: I Accuse the Cuban Government" campaign, which is nearing 50,000 signatures, on the talks between the Castro dictatorship and the Catholic Church:

The willingness of the government to dialogue with the Church comes out of a specific context, which is impossible to conceal. This dialogue has arrived after the supreme sacrifice of Orlando Zapata Tamayo, the hunger and thirst strike of Guillermo Fariñas, the marches of the Ladies in White and the Ladies in Support, the effective unity among the opposition, the exile, the Cuban civil society and the international community who joined for a fair demand the release of political prisoners and the respect of human rights in Cuba. Any release that presupposes the fracture of that unity on those factors goes against the interest of those who remain in prison.

Our commitment is with the 26 political prisoners for whom Guillermo Fariñas is carrying his hunger strike as well as with the victims of the Black Spring. But not only with them. Our goal is to not go back to the situation of Cuba in March 2003. The "#OZT: I Accuse the Cuban Government" campaign will last as long as there are political prisoners in Cuba and its citizens are denied the exercise of human rights.

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