Today, inWashington, at the State Department.
Ink As A Typewriter Ribbon
One Cuban journalist asked foreigners who visited him for one thing: a pen. Another uses shoe polish as ink as a typewriter ribbon.
Joining us here are family members of political prisoners in Cuba. I’ve asked them to come because I want our fellow citizens to see the faces of those who suffer as a result of the human rights abuses on the island some 90 miles from our shore. One of them is Olga Alonso. Her brother, Ricardo Gonzalez Alonso [sic], has been harassed by Cuban authorities since he was 11 years old, because he wrote things that the Cuban authorities did not like.
Wrong Guy, Part II
Also with us is Yamile Llanes Labrada. Yamile’s husband, Jorge [sic] Luis Garcia Paneque, was a surgeon and journalist.
Wacka-Wow, Wacka-Wacka Wow-Wow
I want to thank each of you coming today.
Talking About GITMO?
These are just a few of the examples of the terror and trauma that is Cuba today. The socialist paradise is a tropical gulag.