Sunday, 5 July 2015

BBC News as usual reporting very selectively on Cuba

The last sentence of this BBC report on a rare Fidel Castro appearance is incredibly one-sided even for the BBC.
'Relations had been frozen since the early 1960s when the US broke links and imposed a trade embargo on Cuba.'
Why did the US break links and impose a trade embargo? Was there no cause? For the lefty activists at the BBC facts as usual are subservient to a cause.

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