Category Archives: Cuban

Turmoil and repression increase in Venezuela


The ill-fated talks between befuddled opposition leaders and the Chavista regime have collapsed and the repression of protesters has increased. “Dialogue” with Chavistas The Chavista regime has not engaged in meaningful dialogue with the opposition and will continue to evade it. … Continue reading

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The Obama Administration seems indifferent to the crisis in Venezuela. Why?


Venezuela is closer geographically than, and at least as important to the United States as, Ukraine. Yet the persistently blurred focus of the Obama Administration has been far less on violent Cuban inspired repression in Venezuela than on Russian repression in Ukraine.  Here’s a new presentation by Senator … Continue reading

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Venezuelan opposition leader interviewed in English by Al Jazeera


Maria Corina Machado, a not-yet-arrested Venezuelan opposition leader, is well spoken, understands how to respond effectively to question and knows what she, the people  — and the opposition in general — want. Note: Apparently the video is not available in some … Continue reading

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Venezuela update — it’s still a mess


Little new information escapes from Venezuela, beyond that protests and repression by the Chavista/Cuban regime continue. As Daniel reported today (Saturday), the Organization of American States (OAS) produced a resolution about the situation in Venezuela. The regime scores because not … Continue reading

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Why do the left generally support the Chavistas in Venezuela?


With three principal exceptions — Panamá, Colombia and Chile — Latin American governments are oriented toward the far left.  An article at Huff & Puff by a self-proclaimed leftist, Carlos González, argues than leftists should not automatically support dictators, even … Continue reading

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China, Iran and North Korea — a radioactive stew


It’s being prepared for our dinner. Should we eat it? How would it affect us and What should be done instead? Relations between China and North Korea seem, cosmetically, to be getting chillier. China joined the unanimous U.N. Security Council … Continue reading

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Herman Cain Doesn’t Speak Cuban.


The unmitigated horror of it. Herman Cain has been catching some flack because, in a Cuban restaurant in Miami, he asked how to say “delicious” in Cuban. Doesn’t the cretin know they speak Spanish in Cuba? Sheesh! Maybe Mr. Cain thought … Continue reading

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