Humberto Fontova

Well, it’s about time somebody had the guts to say it! It’s high time to quit coddling a mostly foreign-born ethnic group that brazenly supports-- and even harbors-- terrorists! Many Americans have had it up to here with these swarthy, screaming, fist-pumping hot-heads! This Trojan horse against our national security must be called out! Exposed!

Retired Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, who served as Sec. of State Colin Powell’s Chief of Staff, and teaches a course on National Security at George Washington University stepped to the plate. He took it upon himself to grab the torch from Billy Mitchell, George Patton, Doug Mc Arthur, John Singlaub and call out America’s hidden enemies point-blank--along with their powerful political patrons and partners in subversion.

“…the hardcore Cuban-American lobby… has long since outlived any benefit to the United States it might have once offered,” he wrote this week. “In fact, that special interest group today constitutes a clear and present danger to the real security interests of the United States." So there!

Though a legislator rather than a lobbyist, Senator Marco Rubio is as proud and outspoken a member of that “special-interest” group as exists in the U.S. Indeed his first filed amendment went for the very throat of Col. Wilkerson’s “special-interest,” also known as subsidizing Castro’s Stalinist regime, also known as the current state-sponsor-of-terror that came closest to nuking Col. Wilkerson’s homeland.

“There is no reason for the United States to help enrich state sponsors of terrorism,” declared Senator Rubio back in February in response to the Obama administrations further opening of travel, “cultural- exchanges” and remittances from the U.S. to Castro’s fiefdom. “I hope my colleagues will join me in supporting this effort to ensure that U.S. policy does not expose our nation to new security risks and increased security costs.”


Humberto Fontova

Humberto Fontova holds an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Tulane University and is the author of four books including his latest, The Longest Romance; The Mainstream Media and Fidel Castro. For more information and for video clips of his Television and college speaking appearances please visit www.hfontova.com.

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