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CUBA DAY USA

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The Cuba Day celebration at the White House was a significant event last week and a successful political affair to remember.

This was especially true with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, a Cuban American, speaking alongside discussions on Cuba policy and migration management. Mayorkas's participation is notable, particularly in the context of the recent dismissal of articles of impeachment against him.

CUBA APARTHEID
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Just look Inside the first five-star hotel on the communist Island of Cuba’s undervalued southern coast.

For sherbet mansions, Italian frescos, and white sand beaches, now is the time to head away from the more touristy north and to the quieter, southern town of Trinidad.

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MY FRONT PAGES

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Fidel Castro's Cuban Communism nationalizes private institutions giving my family a significant sign that the worst was yet to come.

Cubans in the Spotlight

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The English language has no shortage of cruel names. Cretin is one I call those dumb in the head, or come mierda in Cuban dialect.

From the time I arrived in the USA as a young boy, I was amazed to see a Cuban guy called Ricky loving an American redhead named Lucy. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0043208/

Cuban Missile Crisis 2.0

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POTUS believes the free world is reportedly closer to nuclear war that it was during the Cuban Missile Crisis of the 1960s 

His comments followed the words spoken thousands of miles from United Nations headquarters, Vladimir Putin’s speech at the Kremlin also landed with force at the General Assembly.

Biden invokes Cuban missile crisis after Russia's threats

The president said that, amid the country's attempted annexation of Ukrainian territory, President Vladimir Putin's threats were not merely idle.

HISPANOS UNIDOS

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The 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated 9-15 / 10-15Theme for this year is: "Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation." #USA

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated throughout the latter half of September and the first half of October began as a way to promote the history, culture, and contributions of LATINOS or Hispanic Americans.

Cuba + Castro = Communism

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On July 26, 1953, a small band of Cubans launched a revolution by storming the Moncada Barracks in the city of Santiago, in Eastern Cuba.

Though that uprising failed to dislodge the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista, it was the beginning of a movement that forever changed the world and Communism began spreading in the Americas and elsewhere.

Cubans Protest

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It was a year ago today 7/11 that Cubans took to the streets to peacefully protest against the Communist government's repression.

The U.S. State Department has just imposed visa restrictions against 28 Cuban officials that it said were implicated in a crackdown on largely peaceful protests in Cuba one year ago.

Thousands of people in Cuba took part in an unprecedented protest, calling for the end of dictatorship as they shouted “Patria y Vida” and “Libertad.”