After publishing a story on Muslim migrant children attacking Canadian agemates, a mainstream newspaper scrubbed the piece from its website because, admits its editor, careful attention should have been paid to how migrant youth “might be impacted.”
The Obama visit to Communist Cuba infuriated and dismayed victims of government oppression around the world while encouraging the violent extremism of bloodthirsty dictatorships everywhere. But maybe that was the point. In a pathetic spectacle, Obama appeared to be groveling before the mass-murdering regime that once pointed nuclear missiles at the American people and continues to export terrorism and tyranny. Obama praised the autocracy enslaving Cuba, too, and even parroted dictator Raul Castro's lies and his communist distortion of the concept of rights.
Speaking ahead of the Obama family's widely criticized visit to the communist dictatorship in Cuba, Camilo Guevara, the son of racist mass-murderer Ernesto “Che” Guevara, acknowledged that the socialist wave that has overtaken much of Latin America was on defense. But that is only temporary, said Guevara, the son of brutal Cuban dictator Fidel Castro's chief executioner. Guevara promised a “tsunami” of communist oppression in the future. If true, the people of Latin America should prepare themselves to either resist the tsunami of tyranny, or to face a future similar to the miserable serfdom experienced by the poverty-stricken and liberty-deprived people of Cuba.
The United Nations, which styles itself a champion of what it calls “human rights,” is once again under fire for brazenly trampling fundamental rights — this time on freedom of the press, yet again. After sparking a global scandal last year with its bizarre efforts to imprison a TV journalist for her reporting, UN leadership has decided to go after another reporter, Matthew Lee of Inner City Press (ICP). He suspects it has to do with his exposure of widespread and systemic UN corruption. And he is probably right, according to observers, whistleblower advocates, and an international attorney who is taking up Lee's defense pro-bono.