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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Leading Cuban Dissidents Cheer Obama's Nobel Prize

This is interesting. Support for President Obama's prize came from Fidel Castro and now Cuban dissidents. This is a powerful message. Mr. President, the virtue of the Nobel Peace Prize, calls upon those who receive it to stand for humanity, for reconciliation, and for healing.
In the case of United States Cuba Relations, you are being called to step up and transform 50 years of tortured U.S. foreign policy and international ill will and loss of reputation into a new reality of possibility.
Old and tired forces will fight this, but you cannot let your legacy as President of the United States and Nobel Laureate be that you allowed the U.S. Cuba Trade Embargo to remain in place during your Presidency.
Just rely on the courage and support that the majority of our nation wants this change and wants this change now. -TM

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The awarding of the Nobel Prize for Peace (or Peace) the president of the United States, Barak Obama has been the topic of conversation and discussion in and out of exile

Anonymous said...

However, little has been said of the Nobel for Literature awarded to the Romanian writer, of German origin, Herta Muller for his work against the Communist dictatorship of his home country, Romania.

Anonymous said...

Some will ask: And that has to do with Cuba Herta Muller? !
Everything!
Everything!