URGENT MESSAGE FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP: Please Shut Down Espionage Center in Washington DC Known as Cuban Embassy

Image captioned above shows some of Communist Cuba's heroes: Fidel Castro, Barack Obama and Pope Francis.

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Cuba’s murderous Communist dictatorship has officially and completely rejected President Trump’s Cuba Policy. Consequently, President Trump must shut down the Fake Cuban Embassy immediately. Otherwise, we will continue to face two dangerous situations, which will directly affect the people of the United States and the people of Cuba, whom President Trump wants to help:

  • The Fake Cuban Embassy in Washington DC will continue to act as a espionage center in the heart of our nation’s capital– through Cuba’s sophisticated international intelligence network, which serves our enemies, such as terrorist organizations (Hezbollah, Hamas, etc.), as well as the governments of Iran, China, North Korea, Russia and others– who do not have the best interest of America in mind, or who wish to do us harm.
  • Trump’s Cuba Policy, which now stands officially rejected by the Communist military dictatorship of Cuba, would help prolong the suffering of the people of Cuba, based on the long-standing correlation between fake diplomacy and the empowerment of communist dictatorships. This travesty should not be part of President Trump’s legacy.

Here is the official rejection by Cuba’s military dictatorship of President Trump’s Cuba Policy, published today, June 19, in Granma, which is the “Official Voice of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee.”

June 16, 2017, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, in a speech replete with hostile rhetoric which recalled the era of open confrontation with our country, announced in a Miami theater his administration’s policy toward Cuba which reverses advances made these last two years, after December 17, 2014, when Presidents Raúl Castro Ruz and Barack Obama made public the decision to reestablish diplomatic relations and initiate a process toward normalization of bilateral ties.

In what constitutes a setback in relations between the two countries, Trump delivered a speech and during the same event signed a policy directive entitled, ” National Security Presidential Memorandum on Strengthening U.S. Policy toward Cuba,” mandating the elimination of educational “people-to-people” exchanges undertaken by individuals, and greater control of U.S. travelers to Cuba, as well as the prohibition of economic, commercial, or financial transactions on the part of U.S. companies with Cuban enterprises linked to the Revolutionary Armed Forces, intelligence or security services – all of this with the intentional objective of denying us income. The U.S. President justified this policy with alleged concerns about the human rights situation in Cuba and the need to rigorously enforce blockade laws, conditioning its lifting, as well as any improvement in bilateral relations, on our country making changes elemental to our constitutional order.

Trump likewise vacated the Presidential Policy Directive, “Normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba,” issued by President Obama on October 14, 2016, which, although it did not attempt to hide the interventionist character of U.S. policy or the objective of advancing its interest in changes in our country’s economic, political and social order, the directive recognized Cuba’s independence, sovereignty, and self-determination, and the Cuban government as a legitimate, equal interlocutor, as well as the benefits that both countries and people could gain in a relationship of civilized coexistence, within the context of the great differences which exist between our two governments. It also recognized that the blockade was an obsolete policy that should be eliminated.

Once again, the U.S. government resorts to the coercive methods of the past, adopting measures to tighten the blockade, in effect since February of 1962, which not only causes harm and depravation to the Cuban people and constitutes an undeniable obstacle to our economy’s development, but also impacts the sovereignty and interests of other countries, generating international condemnation.

The measures announced create additional obstacles to already restricted opportunities available to U.S. businesses to trade with and invest in Cuba.

At the same time, they further restrict the rights of U.S. citizens to visit our country, already limited given the obligation to employ discriminatory licenses, at a time when the U.S. Congress – as a reflection of the opinion of broad sectors of this society – demands not only an end to the travel ban, but also that restrictions on commerce with Cuba be eliminated.

President Trump’s announcements contradict the majority support of the U.S. public, including the Cuban émigré community in that country, for the lifting of the blockade and normal relations between Cuba and the United States.

For his part, the U.S. President, once again poorly advised, makes decisions that favor political interests of an extremist minority of Cuban origin in the state of Florida, which for small-minded reasons do not desist in their pretensions to punish Cuba and its people, for exercising the legitimate, sovereign right to be free and take control of their own destiny.

At a later time, we will more thoroughly analyze the scope and implications of this announcement.

The government of Cuba denounces the new measures to tighten the blockade, which are destined to failure, as has been repeatedly demonstrated in the past, and which will not achieve their purpose of weakening the Revolution, or breaking the Cuban people, whose resistance to aggression of any kind or origin has been proven over almost six decades.

The government of Cuba rejects the manipulation of the issue of human rights for political purposes, and double standards in addressing it. The Cuban people enjoy fundamental rights and freedoms, and have achieved accomplishments of which they are proud, and which are only a dream for many of the world’s countries, including the United States itself, such as the right to health, education, social security, equal pay for equal work, the rights of children, the right to food, peace and development. With its modest resources, Cuba has contributed, as well, to the expansion of human rights in many places around the world, despite the limitations imposed given its condition as a blockaded country.

The United States is in no position to teach us a lesson. We have serious concerns about respect for and protection of human rights in this country, where there have been numerous cases of police murder, brutality, and abuse, in particular against the African-American population; the right to life is violated as a result of deaths caused by firearms; child labor is exploited; and serious manifestations of racial discrimination exist; threats are being made to impose more restrictions on health care services, which would leave 23 million persons without coverage; women do not receive equal pay for equal work; emigrants and refugees are marginalized, in particular those from Islamic countries; the building of walls that belittle neighbors is proposed; and international commitments to protect the environment and confront climate change are abandoned.

Likewise, also of concern are violations of human rights committed by the United States in other countries, such as the arbitrary detentions of dozens of prisoners in territory illegally occupied by the Guantánamo Naval Base in Cuba, where torture has taken place; the extrajudicial executions and deaths of civilians caused by bombs and the use of drones; and wars unleashed against different countries like Iraq, justified with lies about the possession of weapons of mass destruction, with disastrous consequences for the security and stability of the Middle East region.

We recall that Cuba is a state party to 44 human rights international covenants, while the United States is so to only 18. Thus we have much to show, to say, and defend.

Upon confirming the decision to reestablish diplomatic relations, Cuba and the United States affirmed the intention to develop respectful, cooperative ties between the two people and governments, based on the principles and purposes enshrined in the United Nations Charter.

In the declaration issued July 1, 2015, the revolutionary government of Cuba reaffirmed, “These relations must be founded on absolute respect for our independence and sovereignty; the inalienable right of every state to choose its own political, economic, social, and cultural system, without interference of any kind; and on equality and reciprocity, which constitute irrevocable principles of international law,” as stated in the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as a Zone of Peace, signed by heads of state and government of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), during its 2nd Summit, in Havana. Cuba has not renounced these principles, and never will.

The government of Cuba reiterates its willingness to continue the respectful dialogue and cooperation in areas of mutual interest, as well as the negotiation of pending bilateral issues with the government of the United States. Over the last two years, it has been demonstrated that, as President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, has repeatedly stated, the two countries can cooperate and coexist in a civilized manner, respecting differences and promoting all that benefits both nations and peoples, but it cannot be expected that, in order to do so, Cuba will make concessions which compromise our independence or sovereignty, nor accept conditions of any type.

Any strategy directed toward changing the political, economic and social system in Cuba, be it one that seeks to do so through pressure and dictates, or with the use of more subtle methods, is condemned to failure.

The changes which may be needed in Cuba, like those made since 1959 and those we are undertaking now as part of the updating of our socio-economic model, will continue to be decided independently by the Cuban people.

As we have since the triumph of the Revolution, January 1, 1959, we will assume any risk, and continue firm and sure in the construction of a sovereign, independent, socialist, democratic, prosperous and sustainable nation.

Havana, June 16, 2017.

President Trump, again– PLEASE immediately SHUT DOWN the Fake Cuban Embassy– which is acting as a dangerous center of espionage against the people of the United States. Such action would be consistent with your promise to put “America First”– as well as your promise to help the people of Cuba.

Marielena Montesino de Stuart
Candidate for the U.S. Senate 2012 (FL – Republican, on the ballot)

Someone has to say the truth…

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Cuba Urgently

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Cuba’s Communist thugs do not need accommodation. They need demands– and that’s exactly what President Trump told the Cuban exiled community he would do.

All the concessions that Barack Obama has granted the Castro regime were done through executive order, which means the next president can reverse them — and that I will do unless the Castro regime meets our demands. Not my demands. Our demands…” – Donald J. Trump in Miami – September 16, 2016.


The Acting Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, Francisco Palmieri (who served under the Obama Administration), spoke on May 9 at the 47th Annual Conference on the Americas, at the U.S. Department of State.

The event was hosted by the Council of the Americas, which was founded by none other than David Rockefellerwho died on March 20 at the age of 101. David Rockefeller was one of the biggest supporters of communism and globalization of the 20th and 21st centuries. Here is David Rockefeller smiling during a meeting with Fidel Castro:

Please also read the following archived screen caption of David Rockefeller’s opinion piece in the New York Times (Aug. 10, 1973) where he stated that, “The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history.” Click on the image to expand and read this nauseating and heartless commentary:

But let’s get back to the conference…

Susan Segal, the AS/COA President and CEO, said during her opening remarks that this 2017 event “carries a particular importance given the historic changes that are occurring in Washington.”  I’m assuming that Segal is referring to the draining-of-the-swamp process that Trump has set in motion.

But most important to me, as a survivor of Communism in Cuba, is the following statement made by Francisco Palmieri during the conference– which was quoted on the COA website:

Palmieri also said that one can expect the U.S.’s landmark policy on Cuba to, at the very least, change, as the U.S. State Department is in the middle of a comprehensive review of the current approach of rapprochement. One area of focus, he said, was ensuring that Cuba makes “more substantive progress” toward greater respect for human rights inside country.” [sic].

Now, in support of President Trump’s hardline against the Communist military thugs in Havana, and to make sure that they meet “our demands” as part of the “more substantive progress,” the United States must dictate the following conditions:

  • The release of all political prisoners, and the immediate halting of persecution and arrests of dissidents in the streets and in their homes.
  • That Cuba’s Communist Party cease and desist from metastasizing its evil ideology, through military infiltration and indoctrination in other countries– which has been a highly effective means for the Cuban government to foment international communism, by destabilizing nations and entire regions, socially and economically– as in Venezuela, most of Latin America and large parts of Africa.
  • That any trade agreement involving the U.S. include sanctions against countries that do business with Communist Cuba.
  • That cultural and educational exchange programs between the U.S. and Cuba be halted immediately– since they only serve the purpose of pouring more tourism dollars into the pockets of Cuba’s brutal Communist dictatorship.
  • That travel to Cuba be limited to exiled Cuban families– who can prove that they have an urgent need to visit relatives. If a Cuban exile vacations in Cuba, then their “exile” status is not legitimate.
  • That the people of Cuba be allowed to hold FREE ELECTIONS– and that the Communist Party (in all its socialist manifestations) be outlawed in Cuba– because the people of Cuba do not need to be “transitioned” to “communism-lite”– through United Nations programs, like Sustainable Development / Social Justice, even if the Catholic Church is involved. Let’s face it, the Vatican has become a leader in the endorsement of United Nations socialist programs, which are mostly NGO’s.
  • This clean-up process must be handled as in Germany, where the Nazi Party was outlawed and many of its top officials were convicted after World War II.

The above points present the only acceptable “substantive progress.”

Anything else is a farce.

Someone has to say the truth…

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Reference: Video of U.S. Department of State’s Francisco Palmieri’s presentation on Economic and Security Policy across the Americas:

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Fidel Castro burns in Hell, while mainstream media pays homage

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

As a survivor of communism under Fidel Castro, I have spoken and written extensively about the persecution, torture, political imprisonment and execution of members of my family, since Castro turned Cuba into an island prison in 1959.

Fidel Castro finally died yesterday– after nearly 58 years of atrocities committed against the people of Cuba under his despotic military dictatorship (continued officially by his brother Raúl since 2008). But despite Fidel Castro’s bloody record, members of the worldwide mainstream media are tripping over each other to pay tribute to their comandante, whose legacy includes inducting Cuba into the state sponsor of terrorism hall of shame.

It is critical that decent, peace-loving citizens everywhere pay careful attention to what is happening, as the mainstream media systematically collaborates  with, and supports communist despots like Fidel Castro– as well as his fellow travelers, many of whom are United Nations junkies (globalists).

Keep your eyes on the ball. Learn to identify socialism, which is Phase One of communism. Read my archives at:


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THE COMMUNIST CUBAN BEAT GOES ON: Fidel Castro tells Obama to shove it

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

A kindergarten child could have figured out that Obama was going to get kicked around by Fidel Castro after leaving Communist Cuba. Yet, the starry-eyed socialists that make up the bulk of the federal government (and their fellow traveling commissars) thought that Obama’s visit was some new beginning for Cuba.

Wrong! It’s a new economic beginning for immoral opportunists who want to line their pockets by doing business with the Devil, like these guys:

Miami’s Cuban-American business elite spent spring break in Havana | Miami Herald

Here is Fidel Castro’s psychopathic diatribe for Barack Obama. He even autographed it as a souvenir, I guess:

Brother Obama › Cuba › Granma - Official voice of the PCC

With Communists in control of Cuba, the only possibility of a new beginning is to get the hell out of that island prison.

That is exactly what thousands of Cubans are doing– by fleeing through any means possible. Why? Because Obama’s new farcical one-way diplomacy with Cuba could mean the end of REAL freedom for them. You see, real freedom is not found in the Sustainable Development policies (socialism) that Obama espouses, which only serve to support their oppressors.

Obama has done everything to appease the millionaire Castro brothers in their 57-year long Communist dictatorship. Obama has wrongfully removed Cuba from the U.S. State Department list of “States Sponsors of Terrorism.” He has facilitated travel and economic exchange– and has even honored these thugs by paying them a visit. In return, the Communist Cuban beat goes on– with no change and no freedom in sight.

Donald J. Trump is right. You pick up a snake from the side of the road, take it home, care for it– and it will always bite you back. Because it’s a snake, you socialist fools!

There’s no such thing as a “deal” with Cuba.

Someone has to say the truth…

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UPDATE ON CUBA: Brutal arrests continue on the streets of Havana

Cuba’s brutal Communist government is not interested in dialogue or subtle messages from Obama (by the way, neither am I)The bloody Castro brothers and their commissars are only interested in the dollars they need to continue lining their pockets (they are millionaires)– through their murderous 57-year long dictatorship.

Excerpt from “Cuban agents brutalize democracy protesters” 25 March, 2016, by Patrick Symmes, Yahoo Politics [yellow highlight added for emphasis]:

“This isn’t about a dialogue between Obama and the Cuban government,” said Rosá Maria Payá, another prominent activist who has pushed for a plebiscite on President Raúl Castro’s rule over the island. “We need a dialogue between the Cuban people and the regime.”

Payá added that, whatever slogans or pamphlets the protesters had offered, “When they say ‘Obama sí, Castro no,’ what they are really saying is ‘Democracy sí, Totalitarianism no.’”

An American tourist on San Rafael Street had a different, perhaps more partisan, take on the scene that had just unfolded. “If they are cheering Obama,” he suggested, “obviously they don’t know him.”

This is what the streets of Old Havana look like after Obama’s so-called “historic” visit this week: Cuban agents brutalize democracy protesters”.

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FOR THE RECORD: Barack Obama’s Speech before Communist Stone-Faced Vultures in Havana, Cuba– on March 22, 2016

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

President Barack Obama spoke today in the presence of the hardliners in the Communist Party of Cuba, who sat like stone-faced vultures on the balcony of the Gran Teatro in Havana.  The Washington Post commented: “… the Americans clapped and the Cubans sat in stony silence.”

Ironically (and tragically) Obama’s speech took place while news unfolded of terrorists attacks in Brussels. This is where my readers need to stop and think– because socialists (this includes the mainstream media) want you to forget the following “minor detail:”

Cuba has been a state sponsor of terrorism for decades— and was listed as such by the U.S. State Department– along with Iran, Syria and Sudan. Obama removed Cuba from this list recently, as part of his one-way farcical diplomacy with the Communists in Havana.

Obama’s visit to Cuba has only served to further legitimize the murderous Communist dictatorship in Cuba– which continues to internationalize its hatred towards the United States, while it steps up the persecution and murder of its people.

It is extremely important for the world to note that while Obama was speaking, thousands are fleeing Cuba, by any means possible. On March 19, nine Cubans  died at sea and 18 were rescued by a Royal Caribbean cruise ship after their 30-foot boat was found about 130 miles from Florida’s southwest coast (off Marco Island), pursuant to a report issued by the U.S. Coast Guard. They had been at sea for 22 days.

Here is Barack Obama’s speech in audio format:

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