FOR THE RECORD: President Trump on Communism 

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Important related reading:

Please Shut Down Espionage Center in Washington DC Known as Cuban Embassy

This is one of those sad “I told you so” moments

On June 19 I wrote the commentary provided above— urgently asking President Trump to shut down the Cuban Embassy in Washington DC. I did so, because my impression is that President Trump has not received sound advice on the danger that Cuba’s Communist regime presents to the United States. 

This week, my warnings to President Trump were confirmed when many members of the U.S. diplomatic staff were ordered to leave the U.S. Embassy in Havana after suffering attacks that have caused serious brain and hearing damage. These nefarious attacks are taking place at various locations in Havana. It is not known where else these attacks are taking place in the communist island prison.

President Trump has also expelled 15 Cuban “diplomats” (spies) from the Cuban Embassy in Washington DC, following these attacks.

This is reminiscent of the mysterious brain damage suffered earlier this year by Otto Warmbier— the young American man who vacationed in North Korea, and was returned to the U.S. in a vegetative state. 

Otto Warmbier died this summer.

President Trump sends a decisive message

Hopefully things are changing— given President Trump’s decisive anti-communist speech at the Hispanic Heritage Month presidential event, which took place this week.

Here’s his message to the communists (and their “globalist” and opportunistic fellow travelers) in the Western Hemisphere:

QUOTE FROM PRESIDENT TRUMP’s SPEECH:

“`As I announced before a wonderful crowd in Little Havana earlier this year, we will not lift sanctions on the Cuban regime until it delivers full political freedom for the Cuban people,” Trump said. “The same failed communist ideology that has brought oppression to Cuba has brought nothing but suffering and misery everywhere and everyplace it has been anywhere in the world.”

“Communism is the past; freedom is the future,” Trump said to applause from the audience.’”

President Trump, please put an end to the farcical “diplomacy” between the U.S. and Cuba— before more Americans are hurt by these brutal Communist thugs, who have been murdering and oppressing the Cuban people for almost 60 years.

Someone has to say the truth…

© Marielena Montesino de Stuart. All rights reserved.

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What applies to Kim Jong-un applies to Fidel Castro– but not according to the United Nations

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

SPECIAL REPORT

Another farcical drama in the United Nations

The bureaucrats at the UN Palace of Nations in Geneva must be trying to find creative ways to justify their cushy positions. Their latest cause célèbre comes in the form of an investigative inquiry, which culminated in an advisory letter aimed at sending Kim Jong-un to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

But will they do the same against Fidel Castro?– based on his 55-year history of Communist oppression, starvation, torture, imprisonment, executions, human trafficking– and every type of human violation ever known to mankind.  I speak from a definitive position, based on experience. I was born and raised in Cuba under Castro’s brutal regime.

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