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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The Boys of the Chong Chon Gang are back!

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Politics, religion and Communist arms trade– a drama on the high seas

In late September 2013 I wrote about a mysterious North Korean cargo ship, the Chong Chon Gang, which was caught carrying an illicit Cuban arms cache, hidden underneath 10,000 tons of sugar. My report unmasked the religious and political forces in cahoots with the Cuban Communist dictatorship, while the Cuban people continue under horrendous oppression– and these international crimes are being committed.

But let’s recap. The sweet Cuban load consisted of the following:

> Two MiG-21 jet fighters

 MiG-21 jet aircraft engines

> 6 military vehicles

> A variety of small arms

> Light weapons (SALW) ammunition

> Conventional artillery ammunition for anti-tank guns and howitzer artillery

> Generators

> Batteries

> Night vision equipment, among other items

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