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Red Cocaine

1“Panamanian authorities intercepted 46 suitcases containing an estimated $90 million in illegal drugs on a cargo ship that arrived from a Cuban port and was en route to Istanbul, Turkey.”  Monica Showalter

Editor’s Note:  Cuba and Cocaine have always gone together like Mary and her lamb!  In 1990 Dr. Joseph Douglass, Jr. wrote a book entitled Red Cocaine: The Drugging of America. Cuba was at the center of the cocaine traffic.

“Cuba moved rapidly to establish narcotics operations in Mexico and Colombia.  The Cuban drug operation set up in Colombia was manned by Colombians but directed by Cubans.” Pg. 26

“The Cubans were very effective in establishing operations throughout Latin America.  Both Fidel and Raul Castro were enthusiastic and pushed hard to have the operation expanded faster than the Soviets deemed prudent.” P. 27

“American youth were the primary target for the drugs.” Ibid

With open borders, Cuba goes back into the drug-dealing business

By Monica Showalter, American Thinker, May 20, 2019

In a disturbing report out of Panama, Panamanian authorities have made a new bust linked to Cuba, intercepting a huge shipment of cocaine worth $90 million at the canal, bound for Turkey.

Babalu has a report, based on a news item spotted in CiberCuba:

Panamanian authorities on Saturday intercepted 46 suitcases containing an estimated $90 million in illegal drugs on a cargo ship that arrived from a Cuban port and was en route to Istanbul, Turkey. The suitcases contained 1,517 packages of drugs hidden in a container declared as containing charcoal.

Authorities are still investigating and no arrests have been made. There has been no confirmation the drugs originated in Cuba, but the Turkish government has close ties to the Castro dictatorship. Moreover, the Castro dictatorship has a long history of drug trafficking in partnerships with drug cartels and the Colombian narco-terrorist organization, FARC. Continue reading

Discrimination 101

“Social justice warriors (SJW) ignore many differences that have little or nothing to do with discrimination but have an enormous impact on outcomes.” Thomas Sowell

“The bottom line about Sowell’s new book, Discrimination andDisparities, is that it contains a wealth of data and analysis that turns much of the thinking of politicians, academicians, legal experts and judges into pure, unadulterated mush.” Walter Williams

How Thomas Sowell’s new book turns the thinking of many politicians, academicians, legal experts and judges to mush.

Walter Williams, Frontpagemag.com, May 13, 2019

My previous column discussed Dr. Thomas Sowell’s newest book Discrimination and Disparities, which is an enlarged and revised edition of an earlier version. In this review, I am going to focus on one of his richest chapters titled “Social Visions and Human Consequences.” Sowell challenges the seemingly invincible fallacy “that group outcomes in human endeavors would tend to be equal, or at least comparable or random, if there were no biased interventions, on the one hand, nor genetic deficiencies, on the other.” But disparate impact statistics carries the day among academicians, lawyers and courts as evidence of discrimination.

Sowell gives the example of blacks, who make up close to 70 percent of NFL and AFL players in professional football. Blacks are greatly overrepresented among star players but almost nonexistent among field goal kickers and punters. Probably the only reason why lawsuits are not brought against team owners is that the same people hire running backs and field goal kickers. One wonders whether anyone has considered the possibility that professional black players do not want to be punters and field goal kickers? Continue reading

The Red Mentor

“Gerald Horne, a leftist scholar from the University of Houston, dispelled it [the mystery surrounding who ‘Frank’ is] in a March 2007 speech. Horne identified ‘Frank’ as ‘an African-American poet and journalist by the name of Frank Marshall Davis.” Jack Cashill

“Frank Marshall Davis’ Communist Party card number is 47544.”

No Wonder the [Washington] Post hid Obama’s Red Mentor

Jack Cashill, American Thinker, May 16, 2019

In August 2008, back when it mattered, the Washington Post ran a 10,000-word article by its Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Maraniss titled, “Though Obama Had to Leave to Find Himself, It Is Hawaii That Made His Rise Possible.” For reasons that will soon become clear, Maraniss should have excused himself from this assignment once he discovered the identity of the man in Hawaii who made that rise possible.

Barack Obama referred to this man in his 1995 memoir, Dreams from My Father, as “Frank.” If there was any mystery to Frank’s identity, Gerald Horne, a leftist scholar from the University of Houston, dispelled it in a March 2007 speech. Horne identified “Frank” as “an African-American poet and journalist by the name of Frank Marshall Davis.”

Davis, Horne acknowledged, “was certainly in the orbit of the CP – if not a member.” Horne was pulling his punches. “Here are the facts and they are indisputable,” wrote historian Paul Kengor in his insightful 2012 book, The Communist — Frank Marshall Davis: The Untold Story of Barack Obama’s Mentor. “Frank Marshall Davis was a pro-Soviet, pro-Red China, card-carrying member of Communist Party (CPUSA).  His Communist Party card number was 47544.”

As Kengor observed, Obama dedicated 2500 words in Dreams to Davis, who “surfaces repeatedly from start to finish, from Hawaii to Los Angeles to Chicago to Germany to Kenya… from the 1970s to the 1980s to the 1990s.” Indeed, the two were sufficiently close that the young Obama wrote two poems about Davis — a story I broke in February 2010 — and Davis appears to have written one poem about Obama. I should add that in addition to being a card-carrying communist, Davis was a bisexual pornographer with at least a fictional taste for sex with minors. Continue reading