to the gulag Cuba !
Trade liberty for safety or money and you'll end up with neither.Liberty, like a grain of salt, easily dissolves. The power of questioning -not simply believing- has no friends. Yet liberty depends on it.
We cubans freedom fighters for Democracy and Freedom in Cuba, know very well the regime's mafiosi style tactics.
So , apparently ,Mr. Wayne Smith has been under blackmail from Castro since the time he was assigned to the USA Diplomatic Mission in Havana.
We also know , for real facts are there to prove it, that Castro's intelligence and spy directorate ( DGI ) has violated, Diplomatic Courrier bags and even installed microphones in the homes and swimming pools of the many diplomatic people accreddited to Havana posts.We know that they (Castro's spies DGI operatives )
take snaps and videos of visitors, ambassadors, and foreign diplomats which could serve them afterward for BLACKMAILING ANY OF THOSE PEOPLE !
SO MR. WAYNE SMITH MUST BE , 100% SURE, UNDER THE CONTROL OF BLACKMAILERS FROM CSTRO DGI AND FROM CASTRO HIMSELF.
from the :
- Another Wayne Smith Absurdity
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Posted: 13 Nov 2011 07:52 AM PST
Throughout the years, the Center for International Policy's Wayne Smith has made an abundance of absurd remarks in support of Castro's dictatorship.
Yet, he always finds a way to top himself.
Yesterday, Smith told The Toronto Star that American development worker Alan Gross "deserved" to be imprisoned by the Castro regime, as he was distributing "rather sophisticated devices" in Cuba.
Those "rather sophisticated devices" were simply communication links for Cuba's Jewish community to be able to establish regular Internet connectivity.
It's only "sophisticated" in the eyes of a regime (and its supporters) that denies its people their fundamental human right to free information -- protected under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and thus, international law.
(Moreover, those "rather sophisticated devices" were cleared by Cuban customs upon Gross's arrival to the island). But that's not all.
In the same breath, Smith condemns the conviction by U.S. federal juries of five Cuban spies for -- amongst other things -- penetrating military bases and conspiring to kill American citizens.
He calls it a "blot on the honor of the U.S."
To summarize, Smith believes the arrest and arbitrary conviction of Alan Gross for helping Cubans connect to the Internet is warranted, but the trials, convictions and appeals of five Cuban spies that led to the death of American citizens are a mockery.
That's absurd -- even for Wayne Smith standards.
Mr. Wayne Smith and dictator Kastro