Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Soros-Linked Chobani Yogurt Sues Alex Jones, Infowars Amid Refugee Rape Fallout!

Radio host Alex Jones reports that the Owner of Chobani Yogurt has filed a lawsuit against him in an effort to silenced him for reporting on the migrant rape story that other news outlets have already recounted. 
Alex Jones reports that.... "Chobani Yogurt, which advocates and uses migrant labor for its factory in Twin Falls, Idaho – the city where a 5-year-old was raped by Syrian migrants in 2016 – has filed a lawsuit against radio host Alex Jones and Infowars".
Jones reports that "The lawsuit was filed after Infowars reported on mainstream and independent media articles covering how three Syrian migrants raped and urinated on a 5-year-old girl at knife point at the Fawnbrook Apartment complex in Twin Falls, Idaho, near where Chobani Yogurt operates a plant using migrant labor its owner, Hamdi Ulukaya, actively lobbied for".
The Chobani owner Hamdi Ulukaya is linked to Soros, the Clintons and the Federal Reserve (Foreigners in the Federal Reserve)
The vicious attack happened in June of 2016 and according to residents was kept in the dark by the city to protect their refugee settlement. Such settlement is operated in partnership with the federal government and local industries who employ “refugee” labor.
Ales Jones reports that...... "Ulukaya, who was born in Turkey, even said he looked forward to “collaborating with” Soros on the refugee program which, under the Obama administration, ultimately let in thousands of unvetted migrants into the country from terrorist hot spots in the Middle East".
Basically the owner of Chobani is suing Alex Jones for reporting on a factual story that other news outlets and apologists claimed was fake until the rapists pleaded guilty.

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Venezuela, Your Fight Is Our Fight! It's Now Or Never!

My sincere respect for the people of Venezuela, because your struggle is also the struggle of every freedom loving human being. Fight so your homeland can once again shine!

In the name of free Cubans all over the world I apologize to the Venezuelan people for the Communist Cuban mercenaries sent by the Castro brothers to kill and violate your rights in your own land. They are our shame and in due time will have to answer for their crimes and their complicity in the crimes committed by the Castro brothers.

Communists are like parasites. They suck the life out of everything they touch in order to survive. They bring only misery and death. The Castro Regime learned from the Soviets and will hang on to power by any means necessary.

It would be wise for all countries in Latin America to pay close attention to what is happening in Venezuela and what happened in Cuba. Aligning yourselves with the Castro Regime would be a deadly mistake. Just as they did in Cuba and in Venezuela, they will steal all the wealth that others worked so hard to acquire.

This is the reality in Venezuela!

Venezuelans, look in the reflection of the Cubans. Everything that is happening to your country, happened in Cuba. Unfortunately, we were not able to save ourselves from communism's evil grip, but for you it's not too late.  Your fight is our fight! "It's Now or Never!"

Venezuela, TO THE STREETS! - YouTube




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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Andy Garcia narrates new documentary featuring stories of Cuba's former political prisoners

NEW YORK, Aug. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Celebrating Life in Union, a new documentary narrated by Andy Garcia, will premiere at the 2012 New York City International Film Festival at Tribeca Cinemas, August 14 at 6: 00p.m. The film unveils the tragedy and brotherhood of a group of former political prisoners from the Cuban Revolution, who fought for, and then were betrayed by their leader, Fidel Castro.

Celebrating Life in Union is a story of human resilience, community, and brotherhood. It follows a group of former Cuban political prisoners through their memory of imprisonment and their half century fight against the aging Castro regime. Having developed a strong community for themselves that now crosses three generations, they struggle with the realization that their own mortality may come before they can return to their homeland.
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Sunday, July 22, 2012

BBC News - Top Cuba dissident Oswaldo Paya 'killed in car crash'

I find it odd that Cuba's dissidents are dying from natural causes and accidents! Looks more like they are being systematically killed, one by one! They are all in danger!
Prominent Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya has died in a car crash, according to fellow activists.

Mr Paya, 60, was travelling near the city of Bayamo, in the eastern province of Granma, when the accident happened, they said.
He is known as the founder of the Varela Project - a campaign to gather signatures in support of a referendum on laws guaranteeing civil rights.
He was seen as a key spokesman for Cuba's small opposition.
A Catholic church official in Bayamo told AFP that a local hospital had told him and other activists that Mr Paya was dead, and had shown them identification.BBC News - Top Cuba dissident Oswaldo Paya 'killed in car crash':

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