Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has said far-lefters will remain silent on pro-democracy demonstrations in Cuba for decades under communist rule, and recent unrest has exposed Acesparks’ “false promise” of socialism. .
Suarez, whose father was the first mayor of Cuba to be born in Javier, said in an interview with “Your World” guest Sandra Smith on Monday that it was unthinkable that anyone would condemn the communist ideology.
“[It] not only in Cuba, but in the history of mankind as a failure – an ideology that promises to create equality. The only equality he has achieved is the same suffering for all citizens in every country, ”he said. The time has come for the United States to realize this. It’s time to dump her and move on. “
Suarez added that socialism makes “false promises” to the people and in practice the government takes away the property and freedoms of the peoples.
“The truth of the matter is that it has never worked and never will. The United States must intervene and find a way, through humanitarian aid, military intervention, whatever means are needed to protect Cuban sovereignty.” .. U.S. sovereignty in this hemisphere, ”he said.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, who is also the leader of the communist rty, issued a statement “The Cuban revolution does not want to turn the other cheek on those who attacked it in a virtual and real situation,” he warned, and warned that his government would “avoid revolutionary violence, but rather suppress the violence of the revolution.”
Suarez called the communist regime a “drug trafficking dictatorship” that sponsors terrorism and exports its dangerous political system to the rest of the world.
“So it affects U.S. interests. Sometimes it’s something that’s not sufficiently emphasized: how it affects U.S. national security policy,” he said. “I think such regimes, where the United States is enslaving not only Cubans, but also Nicaraguans and Venezuelans … are concerned with our sovereignty and security.”
“The United States is interested and has the right to intervene on behalf of the Cuban people, as well as on behalf of the United States, and it is important to form an international coalition,” he added.
Mayor Acesparks correspondent Phil Keating was quoted as saying that outside the famous Cuban restaurant in Miami, Versailles, where people rescued Cuban flags and shouted slogans in support of democracy.
“There is no food as the Cuban people say [Keating]. They don’t have access to medical care, the coronavirus is usually destroyed, and most importantly, they want freedom. Whatever we have in this country, they want to hope for a better future, ”Suarez said.