Cuba says no thanks to rejoining OAS

Cuba says no thanks to rejoining OAS

There are 5 comments on the The Miami Herald story from Jun 8, 2009, titled Cuba says no thanks to rejoining OAS. In it, The Miami Herald reports that:

In its first official pronouncement on the matter, the Cuban government formally rejected offers to rejoin the Organization of American States, which last week rescinded the country's 47-year suspension from the hemispheric organization.

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“America la bella!!”

Since: Jan 07

que Dios te bendiga

#1 Jun 8, 2009
To me...I will ignore Cuba for some time and let them be...It is clear we will have to wait for Raul and Fidel to die first, before any changes in Cuba. Let them drop dead!!!
Whachumacallit

Bogotá, Colombia

#2 Jun 8, 2009
Marie in Miami Fl wrote:
To me...I will ignore Cuba for some time and let them be...It is clear we will have to wait for Raul and Fidel to die first, before any changes in Cuba. Let them drop dead!!!
oh c´mon Marie...
It seems like only yesterday you were boasting of how very soon the Miami scum were going to take action... still cowaring behind bravados?
50 years of bravado: bla bla bla and no action.
cleaning toilets and being despised...

hehehehehehehehehehe.

So what exactly is it that is going to change by the death of two little old men that you declare dead every week?

What is it about them that scare you Miami filth so?

hehehehehehehehehehehhe

Cowards... heheheheheheh

does the heart good.

“CUBA Y PUERTO RICO HERMANOS”

Since: Dec 06

San Juan,Puerto Rico

#3 Jun 8, 2009
Written fron Habana by world famous cuban dissident Yoany Sanchez!Castro's dictatorship can't stand any opening!
http://desdecuba.com/generationy/
http://desdecuba.com/generaciony/

Doors that open, bars that close
None of the presidents who yesterday approved the readmission of our Island to the Organization of American States held public office in 1962 when the Cuban government was expelled from that organization. However, the repeal of that resolution has found the same people who governed the fate of my parents and grandparents in power here. The Cuban people have changed greatly in the meantime: some died, others emigrated, and my generation—with its exotic “Y”—has started to see its first grey hairs. But on the podium the same name has clung to the microphones through all this time.

To our elders in the presidency, the OAS decision confronts them with a dilemma that is almost always poorly resolved. Ordered to choose between belligerency and harmony, the latter burns them like salt on the skin and drowns them like too much water in the lungs. Forged in the logic of confrontation, a possible seat in the OAS appears to them more dangerous than the barricades before which they feel so comfortable. They know that taking the seat would place them in a regional community that would support them, but that would also demand openings to the interior of the country.

Hence, Wednesday’s announcement seems to me like another hand offered, a new door opened, only to face the Cuban government’s unwillingness to accept it. John Paul II’s desire,“Let Cuba open up to the world, and the world will open up to Cuba,” would be accomplished if it weren’t that the first part of the phrase leaves no way forward. It seems that those at the helm of my country prefer the catchy slogan shouted so much during the sixties,“With the OAS or without the OAS, we will win the fight.” But now no one sees the fight as being for any side, the enemy fades, and the victory… ay, the victory… has come down to staying in power all this time.

“America la bella!!”

Since: Jan 07

que Dios te bendiga

#4 Jun 9, 2009
Whachumacallit wrote:
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oh c´mon Marie...
It seems like only yesterday you were boasting of how very soon the Miami scum were going to take action... still cowaring behind bravados?
50 years of bravado: bla bla bla and no action.
cleaning toilets and being despised...
hehehehehehehehehehe.
So what exactly is it that is going to change by the death of two little old men that you declare dead every week?
What is it about them that scare you Miami filth so?
hehehehehehehehehehehhe
Cowards... heheheheheheh
does the heart good.
Hi...bolla de churre... It is for me to know and for you to find out.!!! Takling to you degrade me to your level of churre y mierda.

“CUBA Y PUERTO RICO HERMANOS”

Since: Dec 06

San Juan,Puerto Rico

#5 Jun 9, 2009
Marie in Miami Fl wrote:
<quoted text>Hi...bolla de churre... It is for me to know and for you to find out.!!! Takling to you degrade me to your level of churre y mierda.
Amiga!
Ese es el indigena de Cherokee haciendose pasar por 'Wachu'!

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