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Response to Mika (Reply #12)

Tue Jul 16, 2013, 04:32 PM

15. So you think amnesty internacional cant check what goes on?

Maybe the cuban government should invite the un, amnesty internacional and Human Rights Watch to visit and inspect the country? And why should I believe you when I see so much information, including from many Cubans who have fled? After all, as I mentioned, you lost credibility with the ever glowing comments which unfailingly flatter and ne'er find fault. My friend, that's a dead giveaway for cooked information. Take me, on the other hand. I have a knack to upset just about every intelligence agency around. And my sister? She has been arrested so many times in demonstrations she hands out her mug shot to the cops when they come get her. Something I know can't happen in Cuba, of course, where everybody is oh so very happy amongst the ruins.

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