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Will Obama Continue the Bush Family Agenda in Cuba?

November 17, 2009 // Granma - Cuba - Spanish

The Bush family's close ties to the Nazis at the beginning of the 20th century, their shady business dealings and the origins of their family wealth have already been written about. This clan was always considered part of the elite in the United States due to its wealth, influence, privileged membership in the secret [Read more]

The Envy of Goebbels

June 16, 2009 // Ahora - Cuba - Spanish

Yesterday I was listening to “Round Table” when the program analyzed, among other subjects, Operation Peter Pan, one of the most disgusting acts of moral aggression carried out against our country. Parental custodianship is an extremely sensitive topic. It was a low and disgusting blow. One of Mikhail Sholokov’s [Read more]

That Old Torture Routine

June 1, 2009 // El Economista - Cuba - spanish

Unfortunately, torture is the smallest of the many crimes of aggression, terror, subversion and economic strangulation that have darkened the history of the United States.

The Seven Congressmen Who Visit Us

April 8, 2009 // El Economista de Cuba - Cuba - Spanish

Among our visitors are those with collective opinions and others with personal points of view. In general, they think that 68 percent of U.S. public opinion favor a change in policy with Cuba.

Washington Punishes Supplier of Milk to Cuba

March 18, 2009 // El Economista de Cuba - Cuba - Spanish

Despite considerable pressure to change continuous, aggressive commercial practices waged against Cuba for half a century, the U.S. agency in charge of harassing providers serving the island nation has just lodged a fine of $20,950 against Lactalis USA, U.S. subsidiary of French giant Lactalis. According to the Miami [Read more]
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