“Welcome to the Twilight Zone, Rosa Maria Paya” (appalled and bewildered by hypocricy of “international human-rights” community.)

paya2Rosa Maria Paya, daughter of opposition

“The entire world–from the European parliament to the Spanish government to the United Nations –knows that the reforms in Cuba are a fraud, that my father died at the hands of the Cuban government after many death threats from that government and that fundamental rights and freedoms are violated daily in Cuba….And yet most of these powerful international actors keep pretending. (Rosa Maria Paya Jan. 30 2014)


Imagine if you will…an “international human-rights community,” that made an international human-rights hero out of a terrorist who was found guilty (by an independent judiciary during a trial witnessed by dozens of international observers) of planting bombs in public places.

Imagine if you will…this same international community relentlessly battering (in verbal form) an finally strangling to death (in economic form) the segregationist regime responsible for this trial and the subsequent jailing of the convicted terrorist, among many others…

Now imagine if you will…this same “international human rights community” verbally-excusing and financially-succoring a Stalinist-segregationist regime that jailed and tortured political prisoners at over ten times the rate of the segregationist human-rights violator they demonized, anathemized and finally strangled to death economically…

According to Anti-Apartheid activists a grand total of 3,000 political prisoners passed through South Africa’s Robben Island prison in roughly 30 years under the Apartheid regime, (all after trials by an independent judiciary, in Mandela’s case with international observers cramming the courtroom) Usually about a thousand political-prisoners were held in South Africa’s jails. These were out of a South African population of 40 million.

Now according to the Human Rights group Freedom House a grand total of 500,000 political prisoners have passed through the Castro-regime’s various prisons and forced labor camps (many after “trials” modeled on Andrei Vishinsky’s, others with no trial whatsoever.) At one time in 1961, some 300,000 Cubans were jailed for political offenses (many in torture chambers and forced-labor camps designed by Lavrenti Beria’s disciples.) This was out of a Cuban population in 1960 of 6.4 million.

Imagine if you will…the disillusionment–nay, the shock and bewilderment of people like Rosa Maria Paya who while living in Stalinist Cuba perhaps harbored the impression that the same “international human-rights community” whose poster-boys her dad’s movement adopted and whose leaders they admired, might display at least a molecule of support for Cuban victims of Stalinism-Segregation…?

….Welcome to the Twilight Zone, Ms Paya.




2 thoughts on ““Welcome to the Twilight Zone, Rosa Maria Paya” (appalled and bewildered by hypocricy of “international human-rights” community.)

  1. They’re not pretending, exactly. They’re just hardened hypocrites who know they can get away with that because they’ve done it for ages and all the “correct” people are in on it. In other words, they don’t actually need to pretend; they can be brazenly two-faced because that’s simply the norm, and the only people who seriously object to it have no leverage or power to do much about it. It’s sort of like the well-known Cuban phrase “the government pretends to pay us and we pretend to work,” which means everybody knows exactly what’s going on and simply accepts it as “just the way it is.”

  2. It doesn’t even matter that Mandela was a real terrorist convicted for real (not trumped up) violent acts, or that his prison conditions were far better than those of political prisoners in Cuba, or that he could have been freed much sooner if he’d renounced violence. It doesn’t matter that there were far fewer political prisoners out of a much larger population in South Africa than in Cuba. The indisputable fact is that Mandela was a HUGE hypocrite regarding freedom and human rights, and I’m by no means just talking about his unconditional support for the totalitarian Castro tyranny. He was blatantly two-faced and everybody knows it, but they simply choose to accept that and “validate” it. It’s all a pestilent crock of shit, and yes, everyone knows that, too–it’s just that, you see, leftist shit don’t stink.

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