Cuba-USA: Unhappy response of Nuevo Herald to Raul Castro

After presenting his credentials to Washington claiming cite eliminate policies of the past in order to achieve the normalization of ties between the two countries.

And here the editorial in Miami dares to say: “if we are to eliminate policies of the past we must do so on both sides” .As for example, what Cuba lift some economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States?, Or that the compensation for the losses imposed on that comfortably exceed one trillion dollars ?.

Accepting the suggestion Nuevo Herald could also removed the project of promoting democracy in the United States, especially when shootings swarm in the streets and schools.

Also American Adjustment Act that encourages illegal departures from its closed territory ¿O unauthorized international radio and television broadcasts strung from Cuba to the United States?.

Naturally there is much in these latest demands hypothetical because Havana has never done so nor the Hara against their great northern neighbor.

Hence it is not necessary to sue Havana closing a naval base on American soil because no such taxation.

Decency and respect for other people are off, here they are.

Enough for now, to answer the editorial that the New Herald published this Saturday against Cuba and President Raul Castro Ruz.

Translated by: Daysi Olano Fernandez

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