It’s being reported that the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights (sounds like something out of Freemasonry) is to review forced disappearances in Communist Cuba. Since the United Nations has always had either a Socialist or a Communist in its highest position since its inception, does anyone actually think they will do anything but find that Cuba is a veritable utopia, even after the death of Fidel Castro?
Of course, the last time Cuba was reviewed by the commission was in 2012. At that time, the report read, “The rights to life, liberty and security of person have always been mainstays of the Cuban Revolution, its authorities and society at large, even though Cuba has had to face over 50 years of aggression, terrorism and a harsh economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the Government of the United States of America. There have been no cases of enforced disappearance in Cuba since the revolutionary triumph of 1959.”
The report went on to state, “the concept of holding a detainee or prisoner incommunicado is alien to criminal and procedural practice in Cuba.”
Does anyone buy that?
Consider why that is. Here is a list of the men who were named as the UN’s top official from its inception in 1945 to the present.