Sen. Marco Rubio vs Pres. Obama on National Security

February 25, 2011 15:15

Senator Marco Rubio’s first filed amendment seeks to enhance our national security. Naturally this entails trying to nullify a recent Obama Executive Order.

By Humberto Fontova at Canada Free Press


Last month president Obama, finally despairing that the U.S. legislature could scrounge enough votes to rescue Castro’s regime, signed an executive order further opening U.S. travel to Cuba, and thus further enriching Castro’s spy, military and security forces, who own Cuba’s “travel industry.” The Executive order will open more U.S. airports to direct flights to and from a nation our own State Department classifies as a state sponsor of terrorism.

“My dream is to drop three atomic bombs on New York City (Raul Castro, Nov. 1960.)

“Welcome to Havana!” Fidel and Raul Castro greeted the thousands of foreigners eager to emulate their stellar achievements. Among the name-tags flashing through the Tri-Continental Conference were Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, later known as “Carlos the Jackal,” and as “The World’s Most Wanted Terrorist.” In 1967 Ramirez Sanchez was an eager recruit into Cuba’s terrorist-training camps started by Che in 1959. “I’m proud of the path of Osama bin Laden,” Ramirez told the London-based pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat in an interview from a French prison in 2002. “Bin Laden has followed a trail I myself blazed…I followed news of the September 11 attacks on the United States non-stop from the beginning. I can’t describe that wonderful feeling of relief.”

A young fellow named Abu Ammar also attended Havana’s Tri-Continental Conference. He would later be known as Yasir Arafat.

Fast forward some more to last year and we find a report from Colombia’s military intelligence obtained by the Colombian paper, El Espectador, revealing that¬†the FARC maintains a major office in Havana. And their officers “receive a $5,000 monthly stipend through the Cuban bank account of a Venezuelan government office.”


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