With the death of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, many held out hope that freedom would get a boost in the island nation under the heel of communism. But sadly, the new boss may be just like the old boss.
Fidel Castro is dead, but the Communist tyranny he imposed on the Cuban people lives on. Unfortunately, much of the American media are trying to bury the truth about his murderous regime — and those in America who helped Castro come to power — with him.
After top United Nations officials brazenly opposed Donald Trump in the U.S. election and even equated his “tactics” with the Islamic State (ISIS), senior UN bureaucrats are reportedly in a panic following the historic electoral victory against the establishment. Among other comments, Trump has blasted the UN as a corrupt enemy of freedom and the United States. Apparently the mood at the UN is still souring as the reality slowly sinks in — especially as it relates to the UN's imperiled “climate” schemes. Some foreign dictatorships, including the Chinese Communist regime, are also fretting, as are globalist UN subsidiary organizations such as NATO. Many advocates of national sovereignty, prosperity, and liberty, though, are celebrating around the world, hoping Trump will follow through on his anti-globalist campaign promises.
Senator Jorge Luis Preciado, a member of Mexico’s National Action Party, is backing a bill to amend his country’s constitution so that bus drivers, cabbies, truckers, and “other transportation drivers” can carry firearms to protect themselves.
The United Nations has finally admitted what everyone else already knew: The UN's scandal-plagued “peacekeeping” troops introduced cholera in to Haiti by dumping raw sewage in rivers and canals, killing tens of thousands and making nearly a million more very sick. All of it happened under former President Bill Clinton's leadership.
After recently demanding everything from “robust gun control” and reparations for slavery to constitutional amendments altering the supreme law of the land, the United Nations has now publicly endorsed the Obama administration's illegal efforts to federalize America's local police departments. A UN official also offered to provide “technical assistance” to the U.S. government in implementing its radical demands.