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Christiane Amanpour's Lovefest with Castro's Daughter

There are 21 comments on the Breitbart.com story from Jun 13, 2012, titled Christiane Amanpour's Lovefest with Castro's Daughter. In it, Breitbart.com reports that:

Mariela Castro's family regime has jailed and tortured the longest suffering black political prisoners in modern history, several of them suffering longer in her father's and uncle's dungeons than Nelson Mandela suffered in Apartheid South Africa's. Not that you would know any of this from CNN, who Mariela's uncle bestowed with the first news ... (more)

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Gitano

Hollywood, FL

#1 Jun 13, 2012
Castros daughter is a slick con artist who is looking for something when her uncle no longer runs Cuba, maybe some type reprieve or even citizenship in USA.

The entire Castro clan is filthy .
I yo io

Sparta, NJ

#2 Jun 13, 2012
Mariela Castro’s family regime has jailed and tortured the longest suffering black political prisoners in modern history, several of them suffering longer in her father’s and uncle’s dungeons than Nelson Mandela suffered in Apartheid South Africa’s. Not that you would know any of this from CNN, who Mariela’s uncle bestowed with the first news bureau granted to a U.S. network.

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Cherokee

Sparta, NJ

#3 Jun 13, 2012
“Fidel Castro is one helluva guy!" Ted Turner gushed to a capacity crowd at Harvard Law School during a speech in 1997. "You people would like him! Most people in Cuba like him!" Two weeks later CNN was granted its coveted Havana Bureau.
When Ann Coulter was asked on ABC’s “The View” if she had ever seen two women having sex, she replied:“Not since Katie Couric interviewed Hillary Clinton." Christiane Amanpour’s interview of Mariela Castro last week comes close to such a spectacle. While giving the Stalinist apparatchik a forum to denounce American lawmakers (of Cuban heritage and mostly Republican) as “Mafiosi” and Cuban dissidents as “liars, crooks and mercenaries” Amanpour showed cutesey family pics of the Castro family.
This family regime’s policies—combining firing squads, torture, prison beatings, machine-gunning and drowning of escapees--killed an estimated 100,000 Cubans and drove almost 20 per cent of Cuba’s population into exile (from a nation formerly deluged with immigrants.) Imagine the number of Cuban families with gaping holes in their family portraits, many of these live in the U.S. today within a short ride of CNN studios—to no avail.
A few days after the Amanpour-Castro lovefest a black Cuban dissident named Jorge Garcia Perez better known as “Antunez” testified (via video-conference from Cuba) to the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Antunez suffered 17 years in Castro’s dungeons and torture chambers essentially for the crime of quoting Martin Luther King and the UN Declaration on Human Rights.
Antunez testimony last week, broadcast from a totalitarian country and at great risk to his liberty, might have been considered newsworthy. Instead he met with a total media blackout.
But when Nelson Mandela addressed Congress in June 1990, after a tumultuous ticker tape parade in New York, every U.S. network carried his every word along with the frequent and thunderous Congressional ovations accompanying them. The ovations from members of the Congressional Black Congress, needless to add, were particularly thunderous.
But rather than hailing the black torture victim (Antunez) this same Congressional Black Caucus hails his torturer, and in a manner that can only be compared to Ann Margaret’s hailing of Conrad Birdie. If this also sounds hyperbolic here are direct quotes from CBC members after their visit to Cuba in April 2009:
“He (Castro) looked directly into my eyes!” gasped Rep. Laura Richardson (D-Calif.)“and then he asked: how can we help President Obama? Fidel Castro really wants President Obama to succeed."
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Cherokee

Sparta, NJ

#4 Jun 13, 2012
"It was quite a moment to behold!" hyperventilated Rep. Barbara Lee.(D-Calif.)“Fidel Castro was very engaging and very energetic."
“He’s one of the most amazing human beings I’ve ever met!” gushed Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.)
“Raul Castro was a very engaging, down-to-earth and kind man,” according to “someone who I would favor as a neighbor. It was almost like visiting an old friend," (former Black Panther Bobby Rush (D-Ill.)
During last week’s Senate hearing Antunez denounced the Obama administration’s granting Mariela Castro’s a U.S. visa as an "insult to all suffering Cubans.” Even worse,(better) Antúnez denounced Obama’s "policies of rapprochement with Cuba for strengthening the repressive apparatus and the impunity of the aggressors." "Neither remittances," he stressed, "nor travel, nor cultural exchanges will help the democratization of Cuba."
Any questions why his testimony was blacked out?
On Saturday June 8 Antunez’ wife reported from Cuba that a squad of Castro's police maced her husband, clubbed him unconscious and dragged him off. As we go to press Antunez’ exact condition and whereabouts are unknown. Senator Rubio reacted promptly:“Antunez is a courageous human rights activist. It is clear that he has been jailed and savagely beaten by criminals working for the Castro regime because he testified before the Senate last week. The naïve people-to-people exchanges that have been abused provides Raul Castro’s regime the hard currency it requires to pay thugs to jail, brutalize and even murder innocent Cuban people.”
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Cherokee

Sparta, NJ

#5 Jun 13, 2012
On Saturday June 8 Antunez’ wife reported from Cuba that a squad of Castro's police maced her husband, clubbed him unconscious and dragged him off. As we go to press Antunez’ exact condition and whereabouts are unknown. Senator Rubio reacted promptly:“Antunez is a courageous human rights activist. It is clear that he has been jailed and savagely beaten by criminals working for the Castro regime because he testified before the Senate last week. The naïve people-to-people exchanges that have been abused provides Raul Castro’s regime the hard currency it requires to pay thugs to jail, brutalize and even murder innocent Cuban people.”
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Cherokee

Sparta, NJ

#6 Jun 13, 2012
Antunez testimony last week, broadcast from a totalitarian country and at great risk to his liberty, might have been considered newsworthy. Instead he met with a total media blackout.
But when Nelson Mandela addressed Congress in June 1990, after a tumultuous ticker tape parade in New York, every U.S. network carried his every word along with the frequent and thunderous Congressional ovations accompanying them. The ovations from members of the Congressional Black Congress, needless to add, were particularly thunderous.

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Altunez

Sparta, NJ

#7 Jun 13, 2012
But rather than hailing the black torture victim (Antunez) this same Congressional Black Caucus hails his torturer, and in a manner that can only be compared to Ann Margaret’s hailing of Conrad Birdie. If this also sounds hyperbolic here are direct quotes from CBC members after their visit to Cuba in April 2009:
“He (Castro) looked directly into my eyes!” gasped Rep. Laura Richardson (D-Calif.)“and then he asked: how can we help President Obama? Fidel Castro really wants President Obama to succeed."

Bunch of dirty filthy commienazis! HYPPOCRITES!!!!!
El Filantropo

United States

#8 Jun 13, 2012
Me dicen que las tortilleras de 'Jill' y Cherokee estan super bravas porque no las invitaron al 'Tortilla Fest' con Amapour y Mariela Castro!
Antunez

Sparta, NJ

#9 Jun 13, 2012
El Filantropo wrote:
Me dicen que las tortilleras de 'Jill' y Cherokee estan super bravas porque no las invitaron al 'Tortilla Fest' con Amapour y Mariela Castro!
Para que hiciecen revoltillo!
El Filantropo

United States

#10 Jun 13, 2012
Antunez wrote:
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Para que hiciecen revoltillo!
Inmaginate como se pusieron Jill y la Cherokee!
Ellas juraban que Mariela las iba a invitar al 'Tortilla Fest'!Esa india no pega una!
Rhaul Criminal Castro

Chapin, SC

#11 Jun 17, 2012
When dissent is not allowed to take place peacefully, violence will inevitably follow. Arrest dem ladies in white and any mens in white too. www.threalcuba.com www.babalublog.com
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#12 Jun 17, 2012
Those Miami Cubans make me laugh,anyone would think before castro Cuba was a shining light of democracy,do me a favour.
Charles II

United States

#13 Jun 17, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
Those Miami Cubans make me laugh,anyone would think before castro Cuba was a shining light of democracy,do me a favour.
Hey Oliver why.don't you drop dead? At the ened we kicked your azz....remember?
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#14 Jun 17, 2012
you lost the civil war clown,but Parliament was stupid enough to restore the Monarchy,so you drop dead.

“Its all in the mind..or is it?”

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#15 Jun 17, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
Those Miami Cubans make me laugh,anyone would think before castro Cuba was a shining light of democracy,do me a favour.
they say they are so proud of their actions (runing from Cuba) and what they have done to Miami (corrution and inmorality)
Charles II

United States

#16 Jun 17, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
you lost the civil war clown,but Parliament was stupid enough to restore the Monarchy,so you drop dead.
Thought luck ....loser!Monarchy is still alive and kicking ....azzhole!
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#17 Jun 17, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
Those Miami Cubans make me laugh,anyone would think before castro Cuba was a shining light of democracy,do me a favour.
The sad episode in this "Cuba libre" story is that after the corrupt Castro's are gone the corrupt Miami Cuban politics will simply take over where the Castro's left off.

The average Miami Cuban politician makes the NY MAFIA look honest.

"A few are breaking the politically correct silence to blame at least some of the problem on the city's ethnic divisions. 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 and criticized Miami's Cuban community for the city's corruption."

"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...
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#18 Jun 17, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
Those Miami Cubans make me laugh,anyone would think before castro Cuba was a shining light of democracy,do me a favour.
I wish the federal gvm't would simply take over Cuban run areas of Miami because the Cuban cronyism alone in Miami Cuban city positions has destroyed this place as it it now the worse run city in USA ,thanks to Miami Cuban politics.

You have the most LAZY, SELF SERVING people in city positions only because they are Cuban friends of Miami Cuban politicians.

"Medicare fraud, government corruption, preferential treatment for public funding, priority access to government handouts and social services, and American job losses due to bilingualism; doesn’t come close to the true cost of Cuban immigration to South Florida."

"Government corruption, mismanagement, police misconduct, election fraud, theft and ethics violations seem to be standard operating procedure in city hall. Add Medicare fraud disproportionately committed by Cubans, these and other crimes cost American taxpayers billions. For over 30 years, the Cubans have been plundering South Florida because of America’s shortsighted, self-serving political policies and inept law enforcement."

http://www.thefloridacitizen.com/cuddled-cuba...
Mariela Castro

United States

#19 Jun 17, 2012
Sandy wrote:
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I wish the federal gvm't would simply take over Cuban run areas of Miami because the Cuban cronyism alone in Miami Cuban city positions has destroyed this place as it it now the worse run city in USA ,thanks to Miami Cuban politics.
You have the most LAZY, SELF SERVING people in city positions only because they are Cuban friends of Miami Cuban politicians.
"Medicare fraud, government corruption, preferential treatment for public funding, priority access to government handouts and social services, and American job losses due to bilingualism; doesn’t come close to the true cost of Cuban immigration to South Florida."
"Government corruption, mismanagement, police misconduct, election fraud, theft and ethics violations seem to be standard operating procedure in city hall. Add Medicare fraud disproportionately committed by Cubans, these and other crimes cost American taxpayers billions. For over 30 years, the Cubans have been plundering South Florida because of America’s shortsighted, self-serving political policies and inept law enforcement."
http://www.thefloridacitizen.com/cuddled-cuba...
Sandy dear,you and Cherokea were terrific at our lesbian fest the other night!You girls were pretty hot!
Fla sewer lleno de indios

Sparta, NJ

#20 Jun 18, 2012
Saquen los culipardos de aqui!!!!!!!!!!

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