I can’t stand these people because they’re spies for Fidel Castro — two people sent to the U.S.A., allowed by our nation to enter, remain here legally and bestow upon them all the gifts and benefits of a welcoming nation (and local community) while their motives and methods were to be deceiving everyone engaged in such charity toward them.
“FIU (Florida International University) PROFESSOR, WIFE, ACCUSED OF BEING CUBAN SPIES
U.S. ATTORNEY: ‘THEY WERE HIGHLY PLACED OPERATIVES’”
I’d give these two the benefit of the doubt until proven otherwise, but, what they have to say for themselves is enough to convince me that the U.S. Attorney is smart to arrest these two. Next comes prison.
And after that, reimbursement and repayment to American society for the opportunities to pillage the minds and personalties of engaging students by the thousands.
“They were accused of being part of the Wasp Network of Cuban spies operating on U.S. soil. They admitted being agents of Cuba but insisted they were spying on Cuban exiles opposed to Castro, not on the United States itself.”
I really, really can’t stand these people. But I wonder just how many others with similar function and purpose are also in the United States. Arrests like these define why the country needs an astute and astutely equipped and enabled national security process.
Here’s another reason we do:
People who use this nation who make complaints about all the benefits this nation offers, while they continue various ruses of race, ethnicity, nation of origin other than the U.S., who exploit this nation, betray our national soul and integrity using emotional ploys to do so (“race, ethnicity, nation of origin other than the U.S.”), they are beneath respect. Fidel Castro (as also his peers, Hugo Chavez and many a narco-trafficker from South and Central America) has been engaged in “spying” on the U.S. for a long time now and it will never be something tolerable to me, as the spies involved won’t ever be, either.
This is not a statement deriding anyone due to their DNA — where they’re from if from another nation other than the U.S. or what their ethnicity or racial type is if and when different than my own (I am Caucasian — Anglo Saxon as to ethnicity, though my ancestors have been in North America since the late Sixteenth Century, before the Mayflower) — it is about indecent, disgusting behavior by some from other nations who exploit the U.S. I repeat, it’s a statement in condemnation of behavior.