Monthly Archive: October 2013

Homeland Security

But on May 5, has become a holiday to show pride of race, an ethnic manifestation whose name is in itself shocking. Imagine what would happen if the Caucasians out to celebrate the day of the white race. Until Barack Obama came to power, on May 5 was a day of joy and sympathy shared by all, that Americans ate more burritos and fajitas that habit, and they took advantage to pay honor to Jose Cuervo. This year, however, the party became reason for fights between Mexicans and Americans, because los cuates were offended to see the Gringos with American flags. It is that polarization has increased in all environments and tempers are heated. It is not by chance. A President and a Government extremists, can only lead to extremism. The issue with Mexico is gaining heat, because her border is where most of the drug comes and they enter hundreds of criminals linked to the cartels.

It is also the entry point for 90 percent of the Islamic terrorists to the United States. If you can enter thousands of illegals, more tons of cocaine, marijuana and ecstasy, obviously also you can get weapons, explosive and jihadists. Felipe Calderon is fighting the cartels, but the situation has not much improved. On the other hand, the Mexicans in the United States send to their relatives in Mexico, one billion dollars annually in remittances, and billions more entering the sale of drugs, so Mexican President criticizes because it suits you. The best part of this Carnival of irrationality, intolerance, false patriotic fervor, and ethnocentrism, mixed with imbecility and political correctness, is that conflicts were originated by a State law, which did not read neither the Attorney-General, Erick Holder, nor the Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, but both opposed it. In Washington it is prioritizing the ideology blindly, on common sense and reason, and that is the infallible formula for disaster.

October Freedom

His impeccable behavior is the result of the heroism in the tradition of struggle of the people of Cuba Libre, which has materialized that libertarian path in its revolutionary process in power for already more than fifty-one years. The teachings of that process have made the noble sons of a free, dignified and sovereign homeland that they are Gerardo, Ramon, Antonio, Fernando and Rene. We all know that the case of Gerardo, as the law provides, is again presented to the Tribunal Federal de district of the South Florida, under the aegis of a so-called extraordinary collateral appeal. Everything seems to indicate that cases of Ramon, Antonio and Fernando will be also presented to courts in the course of this year under the same legal protection, and that the case of Rene probably would not go to the collateral appeal process since according to federal regulations Rene could go on parole in October 2011, or, in thirteen months. Also, we all know that there are two alternatives through which the five could be released. These could be either a presidential pardon, protected by the power of attorney granted to the President of the United States by article 2, section 2 of the federal Constitution, or another prisoner exchange, in the style of the recent related to Russia, this time between the Governments of United States and Cuba.

Much is talked recently in the press about this last possibility. Whatever it is, and to the possibility that one of the two latest alternatives materializes, the task our, of all those who in Cuba, United States, the rest of the America, Europe, Asia and Africa are calling for their immediate freedom, is to continue and deepen, as we do, our work to your favor. And today they reiterate them: we will never relent to obtain their freedom.