How the US Government Stokes Racial Tensions in Cuba and Around the World

10 September 2021 — MintPress News

BLM for Thee, but Not for Me

In Washington’s eyes, the point of funding Black, indigenous, LGBT or other minority groups in enemy countries is not simply to promote tensions there; it is also to create a narrative that will help convince liberals and leftists in the United States to support American intervention.

How the US Government Stokes Racial Tensions in Cuba and Around the World

U.S. State Department Searching for Ways to ‘Support’ Cuban Protestors + Mayorkas tells fleeing Haitian, Cuban migrants to not come to U.S.

U.S. State Department Searching for Ways to ‘Support’ Cuban Protestors

Price went through the typical talking points of proponents of the embargo. He said there are exemptions for humanitarian goods. But study after study has shown, no matter how many exemptions, US economic sanctions still have a negative impact on the supply of food and medicine because it discourages companies from doing any business with the targeted countries.

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Mayorkas tells fleeing Haitian, Cuban migrants to not come to U.S.

U.S. attempts ‘soft coup’ in Cuba

U.S. attempts ‘soft coup’ in Cuba

The soft coup consists of decorating a minority to look like a majority, broadcasting their complaints, stirring up controversies and confrontations, and wearing down the true majority running the government until it’s possible to take them down through some farce: a judicial one in Honduras, a parliamentary one in Brazil, or an electoral one in Bolivia, or forcing a foreign intervention, as they are attempting in Venezuela, and as some dream of doing in Cuba.

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