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  • Texpat
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    Possibly the first Obama policy I agree with. Long overdue. Cuba got reamed by the Soviet Union. Dropped like a hot rock when the Ruskies went insolvent.

    But don't forget, the US presence (Guantanamo) has been there for more than a century.

    willy replied screw this, get real NZ fought along side us 3 conflicts and even now they are helping us bomb the bejesus out of those dreaded Muzzis.
    Willy was scared sh!tless to offend anybody -- even OBL himself. He's a big part of the reason AQ was able to fester like an infected canker.

    Tell us... how many Muzzies has NZ bombed?
    Last edited by Texpat; 12-18-2014, 12:31 PM.

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  • Panama Hat
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    So everything is has been normalized. Although I still think they have to declare if ships are Nuke or non Nuke.
    Same for Oz - declare.

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  • peterplonker
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    The lesson is don't piss the US off, NZ tried when they had the no Nuclear policy under the Lang administration and the US punished us, even to the extent that Air NZ suffered delays on arrival baggage checks and directed tem to non main gates at LAX.
    It was just to cause inconvenience, and show us who is the BOSS.
    I thinks it normalized now, thanks in part to slick willy when he asked (in between getting his dick sucked by Monicka, who btw he didn't have sex with) but at least he asked WTF is this all about and someone replied, we have a beef with these sheep shaggers because the wouldn't let our boats Park in their Marina, willy replied screw this, get real NZ fought along side us 3 conflicts and even now they are helping us bomb the bejesus out of those dreaded Muzzis.
    So everything is has been normalized. Although I still think they have to declare if ships are Nuke or non Nuke.
    Mind you, what are they going to do about it if the Ronald Reagan steams in at full throttle and doesn't obey the police man? ( you cant park here son, until you have filed out the right forms)

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  • Panama Hat
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    ^ Plastic fantastic . . .

    About time - sixty years because some crime bosses lost their casinos and Cubans were freed from corporate greed.
    Granted, the result wasn't that good, but let's quote New Hampshire

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  • S Landreth
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    When does that first boat leave from Miami? I want to be on it. My first crush (Isabell) was on a girl from Cuba.

    https://www.facebook.com/TheCutestCubanGirls

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  • MrBlobby
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    "New Chapter" in US-Cuba ties

    'New chapter' in US-Cuba ties



    US President Barack Obama has hailed a "new chapter" in US relations with Cuba, announcing moves to normalise diplomatic and economic ties.
    Mr Obama said Washington's current approach was "outdated" and the changes were the "most significant" in US policy towards Cuba in 50 years.
    Cuban President Raul Castro said he welcomed the shift in a TV address.
    The move includes the release of US contractor Alan Gross and three Cubans held in the US.
    Wednesday's announcements follow more than a year of secret talks in Canada and at the Vatican, directly involving Pope Francis.
    US-Cuba relations have remained frozen since the early 1960s, when the US broke off diplomatic relations and imposed a trade embargo after Cuba's revolution led to communism.

    The US is looking to open an embassy in Havana in the coming months, Mr Obama said on Wednesday.

    The plans set out in a White House statement also include:
    • Reviewing the designation of Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism
    • Easing a travel ban for US citizens
    • Easing financial restrictions
    • Increasing telecommunications links
    • Efforts to lift the 54-year-old trade embargo

    Mr Castro said the changes were something Cuba had been pressing for for a long time.
    "Ever since my election... I have reiterated on many occasions our preparedness to hold a respectful dialogue with the government of the United States based on sovereign equality," he said.


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-30516740
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