Thursday, October 06, 2011

Thirty Five Years of Impunity

Monument to the Martyrs of Barbados

Today, the Cuban people remember sadly what is called in the island "The Crime of Barbados."

On October 6th, 1976, a civilian airliner carrying Cuba's fencing team was blown up off the coast of Barbados.

The two intelectual directors of this hienoous crime were the U.S. C.I.A. and a fooot soldier of that evil organization called Luis Posada Carriles. The two have not paid for that monstrous crime.

Both George W. Bush and Barack H. Obama have given refuge and protection to Luis Posada Carriles under the worn out dictum that "he may be a terrorist, but he is OUR terrorist."

The hipocricy of the United States government is laid bare for everyone in the world to see.

Those who promote state terrorism pay a very heavy price. The bill came due for the United States on September 11, 2001.

"He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword."

Conmemoran en Barbados el 35 aniversario del atentado contra avión de Cubana

Rinden tributo en todo el país a las víctimas del terrorismo de Estado

Discurso pronunciado por Mercedes López Acea, miembro del Buró Político del Partido Comunista de Cuba

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