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Cuban Leaders Accuse U.S.A. Of Blackmail, Oppressive Regime Feels The Heat!

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A group of protestors in the island have launched a hunger strike in opposition of Cuba's treatment of political prisoners, leading one to starve to death and another to be hospitalized.

Although it's gotten so bad that the USA and Europe have attempted to intervene and force President Raul Castro to release political prisoners, the island nation's leaders are not pleased and have accused the outside politicians of blackmail!

In a nationally televised speech, Castro asserted:

"We will never give in to blackmail, from any country or group of countries, no matter how powerful."

He continued on to claim the members of the hunger strike are criminals being paid by enemy governments in an attempt to destabilize their country.

We think anyone who would be willing to lose their life fighting for a cause would have to truly believe in it, which throws out the conspiracy theory excuse Cuba's political leaders are clinging to!

We sincerely hope this issue is resolved before any one else suffers another day.

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19 comments to “Cuban Leaders Accuse U.S.A. Of Blackmail, Oppressive Regime Feels The Heat!”



  1. 1

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    Don't start getting into politics, joto.



  2. 2

    Celebrity
    Gossip?



  3. 3

    News Alert -Sean Penn - avid supporter of all corrupt Latin dictators - has flown to Cuba to dine and schmooze with Castro in a pathetic publicity attempt to exonerate poor Raul. Photos to follow!



  4. 4

    I have to agree with Perez on this one. Why would anyone accept payment from any one to starve themselves to death. That sounds like the act of a fanatically patriotic of their country.



  5. 5

    I hope this situation is resolved in a peaceful manner and not used as an excuse to launch a war.

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  6. 6

    Re: Marrakesh – i heard the venezuela president gives him a lot of coke on side

  7. buck says – reply to this


    7

    so i guess Raul is saying Obama is an imperiialistic, capitalistic, war-mongering pig that has blood on his hands……interesting.



  8. 8

    Barack's all about Communism. The Castro Boys should be happy



  9. 9

    Thank you, Mario!



  10. 10

    get back on your floating door fat boy and go back, then kill yourself



  11. 11

    Maybe Obama Mama and Sean Penn can fly down and wave the USSA flag



  12. 12

    What if all of the leaders of the current regime are GAY? Will they get a free pass from you, Perez?



  13. 13

    Part of my family was born and raised in Cuba - some still live there. Um… "destabilize their country", Hm… Has he ever left Cuba? Seen the world? Africa is more in touch with the 21st century than Cuba - I don't think they've ever really been "stable" to begin with. Sounds like we need to swoop in and take things over — why not? They'd prosper.



  14. 14

    Re: poodlewithamohawk – That is so funny that you should mention that. Raul Castro IS gay! My cousin was married to a guy who fought alongside the Castros in the early revolutionary days, and it is well-known in the inner circles that Raul, although he married, is gay. And, LOL, was once MADLY in love with one of his Generals (or some such rank) and grieved terribly upon his lover's death.



  15. 15

    Many Thanks for bringing light to this.



  16. 16

    UUUH WHERE'S THE CELEBRITY HERE?? IF I WANTED AN UPDATE ON THE LATEST WORLD POLITICS I WOULD GO TO CNN. THNX.



  17. 17

    NONE OF THE USA BUSINESS, every country has the right to do whatever they want, it's time that America stop to put their dam noses everywhere.



  18. 18

    "We consider health reform to have been an important battle and a success of his (Obama's) government,"
    –Fidel Castro March 25, 2010

    Yeah, i'm sure these Cuban political prisoners are getting a lot of support from the Democrat-controlled government in DC and far-leftists in Hollywood….



  19. 19

    Don't know enough about this to really comment but politics is dirty and while I'm not supporting Castro by any means, America has done many dirty deeds done cheap so who the hell knows what's really going on down there. I'm sure I could find an anti-Castro Cuban who'd be willing to die if the thought were to "save" all of Cuba. It would be seen as a noble and courageous act and might even work. May this resolve soon in a peaceful manner with, ideally, no lives lost!