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The Sovereign Debt of Cuba has an owner and is not in Paris.

Perhaps many have heard of the famous Paris Club, where more than one will associate it with a club of the rich and famous, but few will know that Ricardo Cabrisas, Deputy Prime Minister of Cuba, frequently travels to the country of the iconic Eiffel Tower and for how much “powerful city ” exists in the world. Cabrisas, who has the task of bringing the “story of the embargo” to every useful idiot who is found along the way, which serves as an objective and justification for his bosses and himself to continue stealing and subjecting the Cuban people to the most ignominious destruction. of the western hemisphere.

The Paris Club, which only has the name of “Paris” and an administrative branch in said city because its main and decision-making headquarters, that original one, is in Washington and its true identity has been hidden from most Cubans for a long time. source.

But thanks to “our friends” creators of the internet, today we know that this debt to the famous club is a macabre network that has created a relationship of submission to the Cuban people and enrichment of the executioners who oppress them.

Why so many years hiding the truth?

Why so much financial support for more than 63 years to a communist and genocidal dictatorship? Dictatorship that is undermining at this moment in history the country of “Liberty” with the same money that that famous club has given it.

It is urgent that the Cuban and North American people be explained the reason for many things, especially why 90 miles away this alliance between communists and capitalists is stronger today than ever.

I believe that an explanation of the politicians and directors of this organization would be a good way to start and find the way to all freedoms, including economic freedom. Once free from the communist regime, the people of Cuba should pay absolutely nothing!… Rather, the famous Paris Club should compensate the 63 years of this appalling suffering and slavery to which the Cuban people have been subjected.

The debt contracted with said club does not belong to the Cuban people, it belongs to the Castro dictatorship and therefore should not be paid.

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@roger199201

Havana Money Follower, is the Twitter profile of a Cuban who does investigative work for the freedom of Cuba. From her knowledge as an auditor, she teaches us the route of money and the framework of how perpetual slavery is financed for the people of Cuba.

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