U.S. Citizen Denied Entry into the United States
Perhaps you'd be stunned if a U.S. citizen were denied entry into the United States. Even if you were one of those whose heart bleeds for the Cuban tyranny, right?
The real news is no news. Another Cuban citizen is denied entry into his place of birth.
Blanca Gonzalez, the mother of Cuban political prisoner Normando Hernandez received a letter from the Castro regime informing her that they would not grant her a visa to visit her homeland of Cuba or her son in prison. Yes, these criminals require Cubans visas to enter their country. Mr. Hernández is approximately 41 and has been in prison since 2003. She has not been able to see him 7 years.
In their letter, the Cuban Interests Section in Washington informed her that to know the reasons for their (absolutely unconstitutional and inhumane) decision she could send a relative living in Cuba to visit the Immigration office there (as if she were an immigrant and not a native).
Why the secrecy? Or is it just that Cuba's tyrant is ashamed to put his reasons in writing? If that's the case, that is, if he has begun to feel guilt and shame, then perhaps he's changing spiritually.
The video (below) of her reaction is in Spanish.
In another video shot at Miami International Airport here the second speaker (another blonde woman) identifies herself as the daughter of one of the regime's Lieutenant Colonels. Should assume she is pro-Castro? Whatever the case may be the Cuban Lieutenant Colonel's daughter apparently lives in Miami and unlike the political prisoner's mother travels to Cuba (and the U.S.) without any problems.
Cubans need to unite and bring the Castros to justice. However, infiltrators and the experience of 2 consecutive dictators (Batista, Castro) make it very difficult for Cubans to trust each other or to unite under a leader that might succesfully lead the opposition in this pre electoral phase. They are afraid of leaders, afraid they can´t control them. The military is to blame for this. Brute force has won because they sided with tyranny in 1952 and 1959 and has continued to do so to this day.
Maybe we should hold a simulation trial in Havana or on the Internet. Any volunteers to serve on Comandante Castro's (and his brother's) defense team?
Updated September 14 - Argentina