Cuban Americans In South Florida

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“This is going to be a big thing."Alicia Forte told CBS4. "We only suspected he was dead and Calle Ocho went crazy and hopefully all Miamians will go crazy soon.”

LITTLE HAVANA, South Floridians continue to wonder what the fate of their homeland will be. via Cbs4.com

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Gitano

Miami, FL

#6094 Aug 29, 2012
I rest my case-

I agree 100%-

"State and federal corruption fighters have real job security in Miami, thanks to the nearly 300 city or Dade County officials already indicted, a list that seems to grow longer daily"

"Elena Diaz, a Cuban-American whose parents immigrated to Miami when she was a baby says,'This is the way it was in Cuba before Fidel Castro. I heard my parents talk about it that country was so corrupt. Corruption's what actually destroyed it and now they're doing the same thing here.'"

http://www.thesocialcontract.com/artman2/publ...
Liger BFF

Miami, FL

#6095 Aug 29, 2012
Cuban politicians in Cuba AND Miami= Political cancer

"Dario Moreno, a professor of political science at Miami International University, incurred the wrath of fellow Hispanics when he went on the CBS News magazine 60 Minutes in and criticized Miami's Cuban community for the city's corruption"

http://www.thesocialcontract.com/artman2/publ...

Note : Dario Moreno is Cuban American his "fellow Hispanics" are Miami Cubans who are the vast majority here. Looking at Miami ,suspect 90% plus.

ZERO political and police standards is their "I now run the city" trademark.

“Its all in the mind..or is it?”

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#6096 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
I REST MY CASE!
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Oct 16: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez arrives to meet his Belarusian counterpart in Minsk, Belarus. AP
Venezuela is perceived as the most corrupt country in the Americas according to Transparency International. which released its 2010 global Corruption Perception Index. The country ranked 164th out of 178 countries in transparency, below countries like Russia, Haiti, Iran, and Yemen.
Every year  Transparency International rates countries on a scale from 1 to ten from 1 representing the most corrupt and ten being the least corrupt and the best possible score. Venezuela scored 2.
The report says it draws on different assessments and business opinion surveys carried out by independent and reputable institutions. Perceptions are used because corruption, is to a great extent, a hidden activity that is difficult to measure.
Chile scored the highest of Latin American countries with 7.2 points out of 10, ranking 21st of the 178 countries with the least corruption. 
In fact, Chile ranked one ahead of the United States which dropped out of the top 20 for the first time in history.
The other Latin American countries with the most corruption following Venezuela are Nicaragua and El Salvador, which are both ranked 127th with 2.5 points; Honduras, ranked 134th with with 2.4 points; and Paraguay with 2.2 points was ranked 146th.
Cuba, which surprisingly is historically ranked as one of the least corrupt countries in Latin America, actually saw an increase in corruption, dropping from 62nd to 69th.
Also moving down the list: Colombia (78), Perú(78), Guatemala (91) and México (91). While, El Salvador (73), Panamá(73) and Bolivia (110) improved modestly. Brazil (69), Dominican Republic (101), and Argentina(105) stayed at the same rankings as the year before.
Other countries with favorable scores following Chile, were Uruguay which ranked 24th with 6.4 points, Puerto Rico ranked 33rd with 5.8 points, and Costa Rica ranked 41st with 5.3 points.
The countries with the worst corruption in the world were Iraq (1.5), Afghanistan (1.4) Birmania (1.4), and Somalia (1.1) ranked at the bottom of the list. While, Denmark(9.3), New Zeland (9.3) and Singapore (9.3) topped the list as countries viewed with the least amounts of corruption.
ponte a trabajar parasito!!
Hemichromis Enlongatus

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#6097 Aug 29, 2012
Cherokee wrote:
<quoted text>ponte a trabajar parasito!!
Mojon,a mi el billete me sobra y trabajo porque para mi el trabajo es un placer!Mira la semana pasada compramos unas propiedades en Wellington,que se que en mas o menos tres anos me dejaran 5 o 6 milloncitos de dollares!
Sufre tiñosita hemafrodita..Sufre!!!
Real estate Doral

Miami, FL

#6098 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
<quoted text>
Mojon,a mi el billete me sobra y trabajo porque para mi el trabajo es un placer!Mira la semana pasada compramos unas propiedades en Wellington,que se que en mas o menos tres anos me dejaran 5 o 6 milloncitos de dollares!
Sufre tiñosita hemafrodita..Sufre!!!
Chico hablando de inversión como te interesa comprar una casa de un cubano en Doral?
morronguitus brevis

Miami, FL

#6099 Aug 29, 2012
LIEger, patus grandux...handa a cagar!!
fredy

United States

#6100 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
<quoted text>Tu ignorancia es asombrosa! La Habane siempre fue por su posicion geografica el centro de comerio de Espana con el resto de America del Sur!Todo barco que salia de SudAmerica hacia Espana tenia que parar obligatoriamente en La Habana!Los Espanols enviaban a Cuba a comerciantes,contables etc,para administrar las colonias,mientras que al resto de America Latina enviaban soldados solteros los cuales se templaron a todas. sus tatarabuelas y produjero en esa mezcla su sucia raza!Aprende fredito,aprende!
Yeah yeah, todos eran ricos! Especiaente tus ancestros, yeah right!
Te dejo una tarea: define la palabra progonoplexia !
fredy

United States

#6101 Aug 29, 2012
Cherokee wrote:
Fredy:

Listen cream of the crop, why those whit spaniard were in the island in the first place? Why they migrates from
Europe to Cuba?
Because they had nothing in Spain !
The royals and the real rich people from spain did not migrated to Cuba !
Solo Los muertis de hambre lo hacia!
Para de ser pretencioso !

Cherokee:

Mas que todo hiban a robar (todo lo que pudieran, y asesinar), eran piratas, criminales, eso fue lo que le ensenaron a los Cubanos, a ser criminales. Y le metieron la mierda de Cristianismo por la cabeza y ellos como pendejos se dejaron
Exacto !
fredy

United States

#6102 Aug 29, 2012
Cherokee wrote:
Fredy:

Listen cream of the crop, why those whit spaniard were in the island in the first place? Why they migrates from
Europe to Cuba?
Because they had nothing in Spain !
The royals and the real rich people from spain did not migrated to Cuba !
Solo Los muertis de hambre lo hacia!
Para de ser pretencioso !

Cherokee:

Mas que todo hiban a robar (todo lo que pudieran, y asesinar), eran piratas, criminales, eso fue lo que le ensenaron a los Cubanos, a ser criminales. Y le metieron la mierda de Cristianismo por la cabeza y ellos como pendejos se dejaron
Pero es que si no se convertian LOS MATABAN,asi Como hicieron con los judios eapana!
fredy

United States

#6104 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
LEARN fREDO LEARN!DONT LET JOSE CALL YOU A STUPID MONIKER!

Ships from all over the New World carried products first to Havana, in order to be taken by the fleet to Spain. The thousands of ships gathered in the city's bay also fueled Havana's agriculture and manufacture, since they had to be supplied with food, water, and other products needed to traverse the ocean.

On December 20, 1592, King Philip II of Spaingranted Havana the title of City. Later on, the city would be officially designated as "Key to the New World and Rampart of the West Indies" by theSpanish crown. In the meantime, efforts to build or improve the defensive infrastructures of the city continued.

Havana expanded greatly in the 17th century. New buildings were constructed from the most abundant materials of the island, mainly wood, combining various Iberian architectural styles, as well as borrowing profusely from Canariancharacteristics.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Havana#section...
Yeah yeah, your Tatarabuela was a ship operator! Megarich right?
That is why you are now hoyoaliya "comiendo mieda"
fredy

United States

#6105 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
LEARN fREDO LEARN!DONT LET JOSE CALL YOU A STUPID MONIKER!

Ships from all over the New World carried products first to Havana, in order to be taken by the fleet to Spain. The thousands of ships gathered in the city's bay also fueled Havana's agriculture and manufacture, since they had to be supplied with food, water, and other products needed to traverse the ocean.

On December 20, 1592, King Philip II of Spaingranted Havana the title of City. Later on, the city would be officially designated as "Key to the New World and Rampart of the West Indies" by theSpanish crown. In the meantime, efforts to build or improve the defensive infrastructures of the city continued.

Havana expanded greatly in the 17th century. New buildings were constructed from the most abundant materials of the island, mainly wood, combining various Iberian architectural styles, as well as borrowing profusely from Canariancharacteristics.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Havana#section...
Funny, why is all that in past tense ?
P R O G O N O P L E X I A!
morronguitus brevis

Miami, FL

#6106 Aug 29, 2012
a estos imbeciles balcerdos se le olvida lo que les conviene...amnecia convenientus...
morronguitus brevis

Miami, FL

#6107 Aug 29, 2012
viste balcero? yo se Latin!!!
morronguitus brevis

Miami, FL

#6108 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
<quoted text>
Mojon,a mi el billete me sobra y trabajo porque para mi el trabajo es un placer!Mira la semana pasada compramos unas propiedades en Wellington,que se que en mas o menos tres anos me dejaran 5 o 6 milloncitos de dollares!
Sufre tiñosita hemafrodita..Sufre!!!
lo peor (y muy gracioso) es que en tu mente crees que la gente sufre por tu buanaventura. Todo lo contrario balcerdo, dsifrutala mientras puedas. Pero no se, pienso que con todo el billete que tienes (supuestamente) no eres feliz...

Tengo viagra barata de China sere!!
fredy

United States

#6109 Aug 29, 2012
tdco wrote:
<quoted text>Siempre con Cubano politico esto y Cubano Politico lo otro pero lo de indios tira flecha no hay nadie en este mundo que te lo quite, que desgracia ser indio de latino america. No lo quiero ni regalado.
You live in denial !
fredy

United States

#6110 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
<quoted text>Amigo,solo tenemos que mirar al Sur al los paises undigenas,Venezuela,Mexico etc y veras lo que si es corruptcion!El politico corrupto de Miami es un monje budista comparado con el mas 'honesto' de los politicos indigenas!
Yo por eso en ese tema ni me molesto en contestarles porque el tema no tiene comparacion!
Huevo morales te manda un beso!
fredy

United States

#6112 Aug 29, 2012
sudaca wrote:
<quoted text>eso balsero lucharon on olas i esqualos pa'escaparse del barbudo malo i synyestro
El barbudo malo y simiestro es Otro fkng Cuban, Cubans fk Cubans!
fredy

United States

#6113 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
I REST MY CASE!

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Oct 16: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez arrives to meet his Belarusian counterpart in Minsk, Belarus. AP

Venezuela is perceived as the most corrupt country in the Americas according to Transparency International. which released its 2010 global Corruption Perception Index. The country ranked 164th out of 178 countries in transparency, below countries like Russia, Haiti, Iran, and Yemen.

Every year Transparency International rates countries on a scale from 1 to ten from 1 representing the most corrupt and ten being the least corrupt and the best possible score. Venezuela scored 2.

The report says it draws on different assessments and business opinion surveys carried out by independent and reputable institutions. Perceptions are used because corruption, is to a great extent, a hidden activity that is difficult to measure.

Chile scored the highest of Latin American countries with 7.2 points out of 10, ranking 21st of the 178 countries with the least corruption.

In fact, Chile ranked one ahead of the United States which dropped out of the top 20 for the first time in history.

The other Latin American countries with the most corruption following Venezuela are Nicaragua and El Salvador, which are both ranked 127th with 2.5 points; Honduras, ranked 134th with with 2.4 points; and Paraguay with 2.2 points was ranked 146th.

Cuba, which surprisingly is historically ranked as one of the least corrupt countries in Latin America, actually saw an increase in corruption, dropping from 62nd to 69th.

Also moving down the list: Colombia (78), Perú(78), Guatemala (91) and México (91). While, El Salvador (73), Panamá(73) and Bolivia (110) improved modestly. Brazil (69), Dominican Republic (101), and Argentina(105) stayed at the same rankings as the year before.

Other countries with favorable scores following Chile, were Uruguay which ranked 24th with 6.4 points, Puerto Rico ranked 33rd with 5.8 points, and Costa Rica ranked 41st with 5.3 points.

The countries with the worst corruption in the world were Iraq (1.5), Afghanistan (1.4) Birmania (1.4), and Somalia (1.1) ranked at the bottom of the list. While, Denmark(9.3), New Zeland (9.3) and Singapore (9.3) topped the list as countries viewed with the least amounts of corruption.
But the is the whole point that you still don't get it !
The whole idea to come to America is live in freedom, transparency, integrity , honesty and lot of other words Cubans do mo know!
With the "pan con lechon" you ilk brought the cowardice, corruption and all anachronisms inherited from the indian killers spaniards!
fredy

United States

#6115 Aug 29, 2012
Hemichromis Enlongatus wrote:
I REST MY CASE!

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AP

Oct 16: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez arrives to meet his Belarusian counterpart in Minsk, Belarus. AP

Venezuela is perceived as the most corrupt country in the Americas according to Transparency International. which released its 2010 global Corruption Perception Index. The country ranked 164th out of 178 countries in transparency, below countries like Russia, Haiti, Iran, and Yemen.

Every year Transparency International rates countries on a scale from 1 to ten from 1 representing the most corrupt and ten being the least corrupt and the best possible score. Venezuela scored 2.

The report says it draws on different assessments and business opinion surveys carried out by independent and reputable institutions. Perceptions are used because corruption, is to a great extent, a hidden activity that is difficult to measure.

Chile scored the highest of Latin American countries with 7.2 points out of 10, ranking 21st of the 178 countries with the least corruption.

In fact, Chile ranked one ahead of the United States which dropped out of the top 20 for the first time in history.

The other Latin American countries with the most corruption following Venezuela are Nicaragua and El Salvador, which are both ranked 127th with 2.5 points; Honduras, ranked 134th with with 2.4 points; and Paraguay with 2.2 points was ranked 146th.

Cuba, which surprisingly is historically ranked as one of the least corrupt countries in Latin America, actually saw an increase in corruption, dropping from 62nd to 69th.

Also moving down the list: Colombia (78), Perú(78), Guatemala (91) and México (91). While, El Salvador (73), Panamá(73) and Bolivia (110) improved modestly. Brazil (69), Dominican Republic (101), and Argentina(105) stayed at the same rankings as the year before.

Other countries with favorable scores following Chile, were Uruguay which ranked 24th with 6.4 points, Puerto Rico ranked 33rd with 5.8 points, and Costa Rica ranked 41st with 5.3 points.

The countries with the worst corruption in the world were Iraq (1.5), Afghanistan (1.4) Birmania (1.4), and Somalia (1.1) ranked at the bottom of the list. While, Denmark(9.3), New Zeland (9.3) and Singapore (9.3) topped the list as countries viewed with the least amounts of corruption.
Quiet interesting that all those countries where the corruption is rampant and are extremely poor used to be spanish colonies !
What a coincidence !!!!
fredy

United States

#6116 Aug 29, 2012
Gitano wrote:
I rest my case-

I agree 100%-

"State and federal corruption fighters have real job security in Miami, thanks to the nearly 300 city or Dade County officials already indicted, a list that seems to grow longer daily"

"Elena Diaz, a Cuban-American whose parents immigrated to Miami when she was a baby says,'This is the way it was in Cuba before Fidel Castro. I heard my parents talk about it that country was so corrupt. Corruption's what actually destroyed it and now they're doing the same thing here.'"

http://www.thesocialcontract.com/artman2/publ...
Exactly !
Beside the Spanish language the "Indian and Jew killers spaniards" inherited the corruption and cowardice to those lands !
Many examples here in "cubaland" !

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