Sunday, April 6, 2008

Pillaging the Frozen Assets of the Cuban People

They are not the "frozen assets" of the "Cuban government." There is no such entity at present as a "Cuban government." There is only a criminal enterprise known as the Castro regime. It was prevented from accessing the assets of the Republic of Cuba in U.S. banks — that is, the assets of the Cuban people — for 49 years. But most of that money, protected from Castro for decades, is now gone nonetheless because U.S. courts decided, against all principles of international law, to award these assets to isolated American citizens. Cuban victims of Castro were excluded but U.S. citizens were allowed to sue and be compensated from the frozen (but thawing) assets of the Cuban people for the wrongful deaths of their relatives at Castro's hands. These funds could have been used as seed money to reconstruct Cuba or to settle Cuba's debt to the U.S. for the properties and businesses confiscated by Castro (the only "legacy"that Castro will leave to his people along with a $20 billion foreign debt). Instead, the Republic of Cuba's sole remaining liquid assets are being awarded in $200 million chunks to a select group of Castro's victims. This money is available only to U.S. citizens, a decided, indeed, infinitesimal minority, when compared to Cubans who have been victimized by Castro and are excluded from seeking compensation for their losses.

The latest recipients of this largesse is the family of Rafael del Pino, who happened to hold American citizenship at the time of his incarceration by Castro. Previous beneficiaries have included the family of an American pilot killed at the Bay of Pigs; the family of a CIA agent executed by Castro; the families of three of the four murdered "Brothers to the Rescue;" and the jilted wife of a Cuban spy, who was awarded $26 million for her "emotional suffering." Although we sympathize with the pain of all these families (even with the jilted wife) we cannot understand why they are being compensated when millions of actual living victims of Castro are not. That is comparable to excluding Jewish survivors of The Holocaust from compensation but compensating Hitler's non-Jewish victims.

The injustice of it is mind boggling. The daughter of the CIA pilot killed in the line of duty, who should have sued the U.S. government for abandoning him at the Bay of Pigs and not the Cuban people, has been compensated for his death but the actual living victims of the Bay of Pigs, who were also betrayed by the U.S. government and are now elderly and abandoned, are denied access to the hundreds of millions so lavishly bestowed on the American pilot's daughter. Three of the four murdered "Brothers to the Rescue" pilots were U.S. citizens, which was fortunate for their families, because they received hundreds of millions in compensation from the Cuban people's frozen assets. The fourth victim was not a U.S. citizen but a recent refugee so his survivors got nothing. We might add that the other 3 families offered the mother of Pablo Morales a few thousand dollars of the hundreds of millions which they received. Pablo's mother, a true heir of Mariana Grajales de Maceo, refused their shameful limosna (pittance). One of the compensated families has even used the money they were awarded to produce a documentary attacking not Castro but the "Brothers to the Rescue" organization!

Why didn't Castro's American victims sue Fidel instead of the Cuban people? His personal fortune (stolen from the Cuban people) is much larger than the frozen assets of the Cuban people. Because it is difficult to track down Castro's money and very easy to pillage the frozen assets of the Cuban people.

As I have asked previously: Should this money be dispersed in $100 million chunks to the descendents of isolated U.S. victims? Castro's Cuban victims — of which there are millions — have never received one cent of compensation for their suffering. Why, then, should all the monies available to a Free Cuba be expended in compensating the families of victims who happened to hold U.S. citizenship? Is an American life worth $200 million and a Cuban life nothing? Apparently, in the view of the U.S. courts and the American government.

84 comments:

Ms Calabaza said...

. . . so that's how this works! I was wondering. I agree, it doesn't seem fair at all.

john longfellow aka lou dobbs said...

Questions i have for the "Americanized Cubans."



Will Cubans on the island like Biscet, be able to obtain redress from the American government, as the "Americanized Cubans" have?




Will these same "American Cubans" pimp the American court system to reclaim their lands from Cuban heroes like Biscet? A Cuban who suffered,while many "Americanized Cuban" danced the night away in Miami.



Will these "American Cubans" use these American court settlements, to blot the beautiful and unspoiled Cuban landscape, full with Starbucks and Burger King franchises. Building superhighways, chokeful of Suvs. Creating a Cuba that resembles modern day and overcrowded Miami?


Will a "handful" of "Americanized Cubans" use their American dollars to buy up huge tracts of land, indenturing forever the entire Cuban population, many who refused to leave their homeland?




Or as i suspect, they just wont care. Many "Americanized Cubans" like Henry and Val, long ago lost their Cuban roots in the process of being Americanized. Perhaps they didnt have them to begin with.

What is for certain is that many "Americanized Cubans" like Val and Henry, eargerly await the day that they can "strut" on the streets of Havana. Flashing pictures around of their expensive new kitchen in Kendell. And gleefully waving their fresh American dollar in the faces of their Cuban brothers and sisters who suffered, like Biscet.


Of course, if there is any bitterness expressed by the oppressed and poverty-ridden Cubans at such arrogrant exile behavior. The "Americanized Cuban" will be quick to label them as just being jealous and envious, or worse, a communist!!

Pathetic!!

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

John:

Cuban exiles will not have to "reclaim" lands from Biscet and other Cubans because when Castro confiscated those lands 50 years ago as part of his "Agrarian Reform" he kept them for himself and never ditributed an acre to any landless farmer. Today those lands lie largely fallow though Raúl is proposing now to "lend" that land to them for cultivation, that is, to make Cuban farmers sharecroppers rather than workers at a collective. This will no doubt increase production but it will not decrease the farmers' subserviance to the regime.

If by "beautiful and unspoilt" you mean in ruins and without upkeep or improvement in 50 years, then you are right. I don't think that Cubans would mind a few Starbucks and Burger Kings among those ruins. You do know that they have been starving or near-starvation for 49 years?

I want to see Cuba restored to her former grandeur. I want Havana to be again the "Paris of the Caribbean." I want stone and marble to be used, not painted styrofoam. I don't want Cuba to become another Miami overnight (one Miami is enough). I don't want to build a Disneyworld recreation of pre-1959 Cuba. I want Cuba to be restored and reconstructed in accordance with its history and culture, new but still true to its great past.

Anonymous said...

It is hypocritical for Manuel to sound upset because a US court awarded millions of dollars to the relatives of a victim of Castro's genocide, while he keeps his mouth shut about the hundreds of millions of dollars that Batista and his cohorts stole from Cuba.
That was also money that belonged to the Cuban people!
The big difference is that Manuel's family was part of the Batista reign of corruption, while in the case of this money awarded by the court they are not part of it.
But the truth is that he couldn't care less about the money that belongs to the Cuban people, as long as he is part of the "piñata"

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Anonymous:

Again, it is Batista. As if you were fantasizing that it was you, not your parents, who placed the bomb at the night club that blew-off the girl's leg.

How pitiful it must be to be you!
Still fighting Batista 49 years after the Revolution concluded and 35 years after Batista's death?

What's next for you in your reenactment of the 1959 Revolution? Are you going to recreate Echevarria's attack on the Palace? Well, Batista and his wife are dead, of course. But you can still try to kill his now grown-up kids (as your idol and his buddies tried to do 50 years ago when they were really kids).

Don't you understand?

There was nothing good about Castro's Revolution nor about anybody who involved himself with it and called Fidel Castro leader. The abhorrence for Castro which all Cubans feel will suffice to envelop and sink forever any other so-called "heroes" of the Revolution whether or not they lived to share in the spoils of it [including the devout José Antonio (not the first Catholic assassin), Frank País and all their murderous crew).

It is ironic that Fidel Castro has tarnished the memory of all his comrades while, ironically, doing Batista's reputation a world of good.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

P.S.:

The piñata is in Cuba and it is your fidelista friends who are still whacking at it. Maybe they'll give you a taste of one of their sweets. Maybe you already got it.

Anonymous said...

Once again Manuel changes the subject because he knows how hypocritical sounds his acceptance of the hundreds of millions that Batista stole from Cuba's treasury, because Manuel's own family got their part of the loot, and his opposition to relatives of Castro's victims receiving compensation for their suffering.
He and his family most share in their responsibility for supporting Batista, the benefactor of Cuba's communists like Carlos Rafael Rodriguez, Blas Roca, Ordoqui and even the Castro brothers, who were allowed by Batista to go free to plan their takeover of Cuba even after attacking the Moncada Barracks and murdering soldiers who were caught sleeping, and for the looting of hundreds of millions of dollars that belonged not to Batista, not to the Tellechea, Tabernilla, or Fernandez Miranda families, but to the people of Cuba.
Their corruption turned the people of Cuba against them, and it gave Castro the opportunity to betray the hopes of freedom of the Cuban people, installing a totalitarian brutal regime that has lasted to this day.
It is incredible that a person whose family shares so much guilt for what happened to Cuba can consider himself a judge of what every other Cuban does or doesn't do.
What a hypocritical clown this guy has turned out to be.

Ms Calabaza said...

anonymous,

I happened to work with old man Tabernilla's granddaugher for years. I had no idea who this guy was, but because she bragged about her family and her last name so much I finally took an interest and was told he was one of Batista's cronies and that he and his sons ran the armed forces in Cuba.

All I can tell you is that they had NO MONEY and neither did her uncles. Yes, she lived way beyond her means and was into "Gucci, Fendi, Prada", but when she couldn't afford the real stuff she would buy the good imitations. No one in her family had any money. She was always living in the past (reliving her wealth in Cuba) and acting as if, but there was nothing there. So, I guess they didn't steal that much . . . at least nowhere as much as the Castroites.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Anonymous:

Well, you accept that you are a "fidelista without Fidel." I have called you that a dozen times and you have never objected. So we must suppose that you concede that point. Completely.

And from that moral (or, rather, immoral) position you pretend to judge Batista.

Batista was not a thief. You are confusing him with Grau and Prío. The latter, incidentally, bankrolled the Cuban Revolution with the millions that he and his cronies purloined from the National Treasury.

During Batista's rule, no charge of personal corruption was ever lodged against him. He made his money like Bush and Clinton made theirs. No doubt he availed himself of the same opportunities, but, like them, he did not raid government coffers.

Neither, for that matter, did Gerardo Machado. When he died in Miami in 1939, his estate was probated at $84,000.

It is the so-called "dictators" in our history, ironically, who have been our most honest presidents.

Despite the not insignificant predations of Grau and Prío, no past Cuban leader came even remotely close to stealing the entire island, which is what Castro has done, lock, stock and barrel.

And yet you, fidelista hasta la médula" do not concern yourself with the theft of Cuba's entire patrimony by Castro and his henchmen (including, first, the property of the batistianos,) but instead fantasize about looting and burning your enemies' houses all over again while screaming "Paredón!" as your parents once did or you may have.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Vana:

They stole everything from my grandfather; fortunately he had professional children, so he never wanted anything for the remainder of his life.

Others were not as lucky. One, Rafael Guas Inclán, Batista's vice president, lived and died in a senior housing project in Miami. His only son was killed at the Bay of Pigs.

Another was the octogenerian Santiago Verdeja, a distinguished doctor, then nearly blind, who became Batista's last Minister of Defense at a time that nobody wanted the job. He worked at a tomato cannery in Miami to support his family.

I could give you hundreds of examples.

This is something that everybody knows in Miami because they saw it with their own eyes.

Ms Calabaza said...

MaT,

I think you meant to address me, not Vana . . . that's OK, I know you hold Vana in high regard so I will take it as a complement.

I remember going to court one day with my dad. The Spanish-language interpreter had been a Senator in Cuba (according to my father). He was another Batistiano who apparently (according to anonymous) stole from the Cuban coffers . . . right.

From my experience, most people like anonymous are envious, bitter people who cannot admit they backed (or their parents backed) the wrong leader (Fidel) and to this day are justifying that fact. Pathetic pieces of sh^t.
Ms Calabaza

joep said...

MaT wrote:

"I want Cuba to be restored and reconstructed in accordance with its history and culture, new but still true to its great past."

--me too. And one of the first things I would do would be to patch the bullet holes in the Moncada Barracks facade in Santiago de Cuba:

http://joepapp.blogspot.com/2008/04/blog-post.html

Boy I miss Cuba, even Cuba under Castro. I can't imagine how much I would miss a pre-Castro Cuba, but I do look forward to relocating to a Free Cuba and finally establishing my family there, launching countless and innumerable successful business ventures there and basically living in paradise...all the while never having to read stupid blog entries from pseudo-Cubans living comfy lives in USA who don't even know what they don't know...

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Joe:

I agree with you. I would also patch the holes at the Presidential Palace which were made by the terrorists who attacked it hoping to murder Batista and his family.

These are the trophees of this squalid revolution and they must all be eradicated in a Free Cuba.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Ms. Calabaza:

I apologize to you again for confusing you with Vana (did you get my e-mail?). As Killcastro recently pointed out to me, I tend also to confuse him with Charlie Bravo. I think I am running out of memory and tend to meld identities to save space. Well, at least I always meld the good guys with the good guys.

Whether I call you "Vana" or call Vana "Ms. Calabaza," my admiration and gratitude is there for both of you, as for Charlie and Killcastro.

Anonymous said...

This blog needs to change its name. RCAB really means Remembrances of Cuban-American Batistianos.
How sad that there are people who call themselves Cubans and who still support the thief who interrupted the democratic process in Cuba and who later fled, like the coward that he was, and left the stage prepared for Castro to take over the island and enslave 11 million Cubans.
How sad to see Tellechea ignoring the questions about what his sugar daddy Batista meant to Cuba.
Batista overthrew the democratically elected government of Carlos Prio just months before the elections. He knew he couldn't win in a free election, so he used the military to derail the Constitutional process.
For Telechea to call himself a democrat, when he is really a supporter of dictators, as long as those dictators spread their loot with him and his family, is preporsterous.
If Castro had given him a chance, he would be there today like another Lage, Alarcon, Perez-Roque or any other Castro thug.
If you are in love with one dictator, and Batista was a thief and a dictator, you cannot call yourself a democrat.

Anonymous said...

Tellechea: Well, you accept that you are a "fidelista without Fidel." I have called you that a dozen times and you have never objected. So we must suppose that you concede that point. Completely.

Manuel, you have lost any credibility that you once had, when people here didn't know where you were coming from.
Who cares what you call me? You try to insult me in an effort to ignore the questions that I have raised regarding your sugar-daddy Batista's role in the communist takeover of Cuba.
Those are real questions that you cannot answer because it will show that you are not what you have portrayed to your readers to be.
You didn't admit that your grandfather was a member of Batista's cabinet, until I mentioned it here and one of your regular readers asked you if it was true.
I also have told you many times, that my family suffered Castro's brutal regime much more than yours did, because most of your family fled with Batista. You made the mess and then left as the cowards that you are. You didn't have the balls to stay there and face the consequences of your actions.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Anonymous:

Here is a suggestion on how you can recover whatever monies were misappropriated before the Revolution: seize the assets of Fidel Castro, because he "inherited" all of it, along with everything else of any value in Cuba.

Before Castro, Cuba was a democratic republic where the Rule of Law was respected and its people were free and prosperous. In other words, it was everything that Cuba is not today.

If you cannot accept that fact then you are too invested in your abuelito the barbudo who stole his neighbor's house and denounced half his neighborhood to the G-2 in order to "earn" a week's vacation at the beach.

You belong to the estirpe of the chivatos and you are proud of it. You are probably a chivato yourself.

When Cuba is free, you and your kind (and there more of you in exile than in Cuba) will be repudiated by our people, along with your revolutionary "heroes" who are responsible, with the United States, for the destruction of the Cuban Republic.

I have said all that I intend to say to you. All further comments from you in this vein will be remanded to our very democratic Madhouse.

Ms Calabaza said...

"Manuel, you have lost any credibility that you once had, when people here didn't know where you were coming from."

Wrong anonymous,
since MaT uses his real name you were unable to "out him" that way. If his grandfather was in Batista's cabinet, so be it. There were a great deal of good, hardworking Cubans who worked in that government. Castro came into power because of envious, hateful, chivatos and small minds like yours ~ not because of Batista.

"LA ENVIDIA" - the basis for class warfare . . . was what ruined Cuba. That, and the quasi-intellectuals who wanted a nice white European looking president for Cuba. Well, you got him!

Anonymous,
I can see this blog is going places because you guys are running scared trying to bring up crap to discredit MaT. Not working dude!

Anonymous said...

Calabaza, is that your real name? I never met a Cuban named Calabaza. If it is not your real name, then why do you criticize others who do not use their real name either?
Manuel lost his credibility, whether you like it or not, because he portrayed himself as a democrat and a defender of free speech, when in reality he was a supporter of a dictator who interrupted the democratic process in Cuba, was a thief and censured free speech.
It has nothing to do with using my name or not. It has to do with facts and history. If you wish to ignore it, or have no choice except to do so, that's fine with me.
There has always been a discussion as to whether a Calabaza is a fruit or a vegetable, but neither is considered to be very intelligent. No wonder you chose such a name.

Anonymous said...

And you criticize Val Prieto for censuring you? What a moronic clown you are! Since you have no way to respond to everything that I have said here, you now want to censor me.
No wonder you are a lover of dictators.
You have been unmasked Manuel, you can censor me, but you cannot deny the truth.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

ms. calabaza:

I, of course, have no obligation to say who my grandfather was. I have, however, said it not only here but even on Babalú. It is for me a source of pride, and if I don't mention it more often it is because it might be construed as bragging. The only reason Anonymous knew about it is was because I had mentioned it before.

You are absolutely right: the real cry of the Cuban Revolution was ¡Afuera con el negro!"

It was the envy of the "haves" who wanted more that did everybody in. This envy still survives in some individuals such as Anonymous.

He is now attacking you since I will no longer pay attention to him. I will leave you to handle him as you think best.

If he becomes too bothersome, let me know, and I will remove him to a place where he will bother no one.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

anonymous:

I have already responded to you twenty times and will not continue this charade. The only one who has discredited himself here is you.

The difference between Val and me is as follows:

1). I have not deleted your comments because it is RCAB policy not to delete any comment. Val would have deleted all of them and answered none.

2). I have not banned you from this blog because I ban no one. Val would have banned you immediately without warning or explanation.

3). The Madhouse is just another thread on this blog, which I have even made accessible in my blogroll, the only thread on RCABM that is. You can go visit with your comments there and anybody else is free to reply to them. But you will not be allowed to hijack this thread or any thread with your fidelista apologetics any more.

Ms Calabaza said...

then why do you criticize others who do not use their real name either?

anonymous,
tell me exactly where I did this? In the contrary I am disgusted with what Val did to Killcastro. Everyone has a right to sign as they wish.

By the way,
isn't it wonderful that we are able to chat here. I was banned by you or your buddies at Babalu simply for not agreeing with the echo chamber there. Grow up.

I'm going to get ready for bed now, but please feel free to make fun of my name or whatever tickles your pickle. I'll check with ya in the morning . . .

Anonymous said...

Calabaza: "LA ENVIDIA" - the basis for class warfare . . . was what ruined Cuba.

Tell that to Manuel. His envidia of other blogs is the only reason for his.

Anonymous said...

Manuel, I already proved my points and have no more time to waste on a board that is only visited by 3 or 4 people.
I knew that you were not a democrat, and I have proved it.
I knew that you were not a defender of free speech, and I have proved that you support dictators who censored free speech.
I knew that you were not a true defender of human rights, and I have proved that you were a supporter of a dictator who violated human rights.
I knew that you didn't care about money being taken from the Cuban people, as long as you were benefiting from it, and I have proved it.
I knew that you couldn't take the heat, and I have proved it.
Bye, bye loser!

Vana said...

Boy the anon is getting to be a pain in the ass, I think you have been more than magnanimous answering his/her questions, just ingnore IT from now on Manuel, IT must be related to Val Prieto.

Vana said...

It is damn unfair that the monies that belong to us are handed over in a law suit, because you are an American Citizen you have a right to it? while Cuban citizens are not allowed the same share of their own money, this is just sick Manuel.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Anonymous:

You are now leaving of your own volition because I will not pay attention to your rants.

That is a privilege that you would not have at Babalú where they would have unceremoniously shown you the door long ago.

Something tells me, however, that you won't be leaving.

Vana said...

Anon:

You have proven nothing against Manuel, nothing, zilch zero, what you have proven is that you are someone sent here to start discord, and waste Manuel's valuable time.

Anonymous said...

Learn the truth about the relationship between Batista and the communists and see who is lying.
From a memorandum of a meeting between the American ambassador and Batista's Minister of State, less than two weeks after the coup d'etat.
The American Ambassador: "I reminded Campa that General Batista used to have close relations with the Communists. I asked whether we might expect that these close relations would continue. Dr. Campa said that the Provisional Government and he himself would do what could be done under the law to eliminate the freedom and privileges which the Communists were now enjoying in Cuba."

AND THEY WERE ENJOYING THOSE PRIVILEGES THANKS TO BATISTA!
Read the whole thing here:
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/cable/cable-3-22-52.htm

Anonymous said...

According to Tellechea, Batista was very popular in Cuba. The truth is that he would have come on third place on the elections that were planned and that is why he overthrew the legitimate government and later allowed castro to take over Cuba.
Here is a dispatch from the American Ambassador 3 months after the coup"
"Cars are being stopped and searched in Country Club Park and on roads enter­ing Habana. The Government knows about Sanchez Arango's disap­pearance and probably suspects the worst. Batista has made very little progress in developing a popular following."

Read the whole thing here:
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/cable/cable-6-2-52.htm

Anonymous said...

(Not the same anonymous who has posted 100 posts)
Hey anonymous you have proven you are a useful idiot. Enjoy the madhouse. How can you say you wont post again and then you do. You have proven yourself a liar.

Manuel do you have email? lol

Esteban Colvert said...

MAt thanks for putting succintly something I've always thought (I can't believe all three other families didn't spilt their booty with Pablo Morales mom...I guess you can't spell Morarles without moral). Plus I could understand if Fidel had access to the money but doesn't hence (I'm assumimg) the "frozen assets" part. Why plunder something that isn't yours?
I know my eyes are a bit bleary from reading anon's statements but did you say Batista wasn't a dictator? (serious repectfull question).

Anonymous said...

Must admit, this has been quite a boxing match!

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

esteban:

Batista was both a democratically-elected president and a "dictator" at different times. I put "dictator" in quotation marks because his government was never a "dictadura" but a "dictablanda." Under Batista as a "dictator" Cubans enjoyed the same rights as under a constitutional president. He was a fixture of Cuban political life for 25 years, but occupied the presidency for less than 10. Compare that to Castro's 49-year stint as unelected president and you will begin to see the ridiculousness of comparing the two.

Batista never imprisoned or executed anyone for his political ideas; the Cuban press was free to say anything it pleased about him and did; Cubans had the right to protest against him and did; the judiciary was independent of him and the Rule of Law was respected by him.

The years that he ruled Cuba were the most prosperous in the country's history. Cuba's GNP then was the third-highest in the Western Hemisphere (beating regional giants like Brazil and Mexico) and Cubans enjoyed the highest income per capita in Latin America and a standard of living comparable to that of European countries.

Wouldn't you have liked to have known that Cuba even for one day?

The Cuba that exists today is only a faded photographic negative of that other brilliant Cuba which now survives only in the memory of those lucky enough to have known their country at her zenith.

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