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No more A-Biden this nonsense…

27 July 2021

With the ridiculous US “Cuban blockade” now in it’s 67th year, and Cuba still there… though having a hard time of late between an oil shortage and the pandemic, sometimes the grown-up countries have to step in.

Earlier today, the Mexican “multipurpose” Arm Libertador Bal-02 sailed from Veracruz to Havana loaded with medical supplies and basic food items. Also yesterday, the tanker José María Morelos II left port with 100,000 barrels of oil to provide fuel for Cuban hospitals.

Ironically enough, considering how much money, men, and effort the US has invested in keeping Cuban isolated, tomorrow’s relief ship … the amphibious warship Arm Papaloapan A-411 was originally the US navy’s Newport from 1992 to 2001.


So, whatcha gonna do, Señor Biden?

4 Comments leave one →
  1. pablothemexican permalink
    28 July 2021 7:19 am

    American foreign aid to Mexico goes straight into the pockets of masonic wealthy individuals. An audit one year showed much of those monies were used to purchase properties in Florida and New York. Mexicans went starving.

    Good luck with your donation to the Cuban freemasons…

    • 28 July 2021 1:00 pm

      Not that US provided funds haven’t been siphoned off by various political actors (some of whom may be masons for all I know) for personal spending on things like US real estate, but what does US aid to Mexico have to do with Mexican aid to Cuba?

  2. roberb7 permalink
    28 July 2021 7:45 pm

    Let’s hope that none of those 100,000 barrels of oil are re-sold on the world market, as was often the case with the discounted oil Cuba received from Venezuela.

  3. Rebecca Ore permalink
    20 August 2021 10:10 am

    Nicaragua also sent a ship full of food. Ireland is not joining the UK and US in condemning Cuba, but is supporting it for historical reasons.

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