September 17, 2019

OPINION: Dirty politicians and ALBA leaders

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By Jolly Green Part One [1] There have always been dirty Venezuelan politicians, but when Cuba’s Castro encouraged Hugo Chavez to take over Venezuela via a military coup in 1992, things got many times worse, many time dirtier. Dec. 13, 1994 — Chavez visits Cuba, where he spent a long time and had long talks […]

OPINION: The Caribbean and the Latin Americas are still suffering the red tide scum created by Cuba

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By Jolly Green The Caribbean like the Latin Americas has been affected by the cancerous effect of Cuban Marxist-Leninist indoctrination. The Cubans for many decades have tried to convert the whole of the Americas and the Caribbean to their very nasty political system. Training foreign terrorists in both Cuba and on their home soils, they […]

Bishops vote unanimously to admit Cuba as a diocese

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By Lynette Wilson From Episcopal News Service [Episcopal News Service – Austin, Texas] The Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops voted unanimously on July 10 to admit – or re-admit, really – the Episcopal Church of Cuba as a diocese of the Episcopal Church. The Diocese of Cuba will become part of Province II. “I feel […]

Cuba, a reference for friends in Latin America and the Caribbean

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By Nuria Barbosa León From Granma Cu In 39 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, 675 organizations are actively building solidarity with Cuba. In 39 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, 675 organizations are actively building solidarity with Cuba, in a coordinated effort, according to Lilia María Rodríguez, director for the region at […]

A Caribbean increasingly more prosperous, equitable, secure, and united is possible

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Full text of speech presented by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of stare and Ministers, during the VI Caricom-Cuba Summit. Antigua and Barbuda, December 8, 2017, Year 59 of the Revolutio Author: Raúl Castro Ruz | Speech presented by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of stare and […]

Caricom-Cuba: Fifteen years working for common targets

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From Presna Latina Havana, Dec 3 (Prensa Latina) About to mark its 15th anniversary, the summits between Cuba and the Caribbean Community (Caricom) consolidate today as a unavoidable chartered course to structure a common agenda to achieve a new international and just order, solidarity, integration and trade. The sixth meeting of leaders of Cuba and […]

Caribbean integration in times of Trump

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By Jorge Luna, Special Envoy Georgetown, Frpm Presna Latina (Prensa Latina) Caribbean leaders analyze with worry here this week, the political and economic impact and the regional scenario after the assumption, last January 20, of Donald Trump as President of the United States. The leaders of the 15 member nations of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) […]

Peter Binose: Jomo Thomas beats Gonsalves over the Head

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I read and reread the column in last week’s Vincentian Newspaper by Jomo Thomas. I must admit I was knocked sideways by what he wrote and must voice my admiration and acknowledge his courage in writing what he wrote. Among many other things he certainly noted that the land at Mount Wynne was being sold […]

apan’s prime minister meets with both Castros, wants to ‘join forces’ with Cuba

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EFE From FOX NEWS Latino Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wrapped up Friday his two-day state visit to Cuba, during which he paved the way for Japanese companies to do business on the Caribbean island, where the thaw in relations with the United States has sparked renewed interest in the Oriental economic power. Abe’s presence […]

Latin America & Caribbean committed to peace

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By Gabriela Ávila Gómez From Granma The First International Seminar on Realities and Challenges of the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as a Zone of Peace opened yesterday, September 21, in Havana With the objective of continuing to uphold the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as a Zone of Peace, opening in Havana […]