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Mensaje por Martin Fierro el Miér Nov 24, 2010 9:07 pm

US Interests Section in Havana No Longer Aiding Cuban Dissidents

By Val Prieto, on November 24, 2010, at 10:14 am

If you're an American of Cuban descent with a right to vote in this great nation and you voted for Barrack Hussein Obama, I have two words to say to you:


Not only did your choice help dig this country into this financial and political abyss that we're in, but it screwed those Cubans on the island that fight for their liberty and their dignity every day:

Obama admin accused of not supporting Cuban dissidents, pursuing policy of ‘aggressive niceness’ toward communist country.

While the Daily Caller uses the term "accused" in their headline, the article quotes straight from Juan Carlos González Leiva and proves it:

“Now there is disdain, and bad treatment,” said Juan Carlos González Leiva, a lawyer who is a prominent Cuban dissident. “Also there is lots of reluctance, lots of disinterest — no interest
in working with the dissidents now. Before, never.”

“I had been working very closely with the Department of Press and Culture of the Interests Section and with the office of human rights. I had a strong friendship with all of the officials who passed through,” he continued. “It is really inconceivable the extents of disdain and humiliation and poor treatment on the part of the officials towards the Cuban dissidents.”

As a result, he says, he no longer goes to the USINTS anymore.

González Leiva told TheDC that the guards outside the USINTS now treat dissidents coming to visit poorly, and in his own case, said that they have kept him waiting a full hour past his appointment time. “They had me there for almost an hour, going through controls and humiliating body checks,” he said.

Another time, when he went to the USINTS to discuss ways in which he could work with U.S. officials to promote shared goals, he said “they said that the only thing they could do were some English classes.” Ultimately, neither the English classes nor another project
he suggested, “a cultural gallery” of Cuban art, ever got off the ground. Additionally, the USINTS did not fix his computer as he requested, though that is a service that the USINTS formerly provided.
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