Is Obama Setting The Stage For A Cuban Invasion Force?

Clinton insider reveals shocking details about obama’s real reason in going to cuba and it’s not to watch a baseball game with Raúl Castro, but to secure a future invasion force under a UN banner.
President Obama has signed Executive Order 13391, the “Patriot Defense of Liberty Enabler Act”, this plan will allow the Federal Government to “assume control of all Federal territory in case of a National Emergency or Civil Disobedience” and “enhance Jade Helm protocols” allowing United Nation Troops to assist U.S. Forces when needed on domestic soil and bring the U.S. into “compliance with the United Nations Agenda 21”!!

This is the epitome of what it is to be non-democratic and non-patriotic, just read the name of Executive Order 13391 out loud…PATRIOT DEFENSE of LIBERTY ENABLER!!? Enabling patriots to defend Liberty…in times of Civil Disobedience?! Really?!.. So during a CIVIL or PEACEFUL form of political protest where individuals (patriots) refuse to comply with certain demands of a government or of an occupying international power, A.K.A. the United Nations Agenda 21!!!

U.N. Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is the INVENTORY AND CONTROL action plan to be implemented worldwide, to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all energy, all education, all information, and all human beings in the world.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch already announced last year to the United Nations that her office will be working with several American cities to form a law enforcement initiative that would encompass the globe, known as the “Strong Cities Network” (SCN) which is basically a “global police force” to override American laws and the United States Constitution and to implement United Nations laws without any consultation of Congress whatsoever!!
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Cuban Americans

He’s a Scottish-born British chef and restaurateur.

His restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin stars in total and currently hold 14.

He’s known for presenting TV programmes about competitive cookery and food.

He’s Gordon Ramsay and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

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1. Go and get knowledge
Ramsay has described his early life as “hopelessly itinerant”; his family moved constantly due to the aspirations and failures of his father.

2. Delegate
At the age of 16, Ramsay moved out of the family house into a flat in Banbury.

3. The customer is king
Ramsay played football and was first chosen to play under-14 football at age 12. His football career was marked by injuries.

4. Establish confidence in yourself
Rather than be known as the football player with the gammy knee, at age 19, he paid more serious attention to his culinary education.

5. Engage with your customers
He worked as a commis chef at the Wroxton House Hotel then ran the kitchen and 60-seat dining room at the Wickham Arms.

6. Never give up
He was later inspired to work for the temperamental Marco Pierre White at Harvey’s.

7. Follow your ambitions
After working at Harveys for two years and ten months, he decided that the way to further advance his career was to study French cuisine.

8. Have passion
Upon his return to London in 1993, Ramsay was offered the position of head chef at the Three Michelin starred La Tante Claire in Chelsea.

9. Don’t shoot too high
In 1998, Ramsay opened his own restaurant in Chelsea, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay.

10. Have some funIn January 2013, Ramsay was inducted into the Culinary Hall of Fame.


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La Academia RuiTui. Ruy López-Nussa and “La Academia” (Cuban Percussion Academy)

Ruy López-Nussa’s proposal wants to develop and illustrate through a musical group, the methodological way started with his book “Ritmos de Cuba. Percusión y batería”. (Cuban rhythms. Percussion and drums), which is a recompilation of the creole rhythm and the usefulness of this musical instruments.

This volume comes to be, didactically speaking; an approach to the cultural advances of the percussion on the island, while applies in details the way of playing all this rhythms on the drums. Also presents with interesting and attractive techniques the different genres of the popular and folkloric music, in order to display the variety of possibilities this rhythm offers throughout an interchange among the Afro-Cuban percussions and drums.

At the same time mix the whole rhythmical wealth with arrangements based on the Jazz and different musical movements, specially adapted for this format: Piano, Bass, two Trumpets, Saxophone, two Percussionist, Drums and a Vocalist.

“La Academia” according to López-Nussa, born to be essentially didactic, voiced, almost always thru a performance, a kind of concert-show-demonstrative class, revealing attractive performances that embrace concert saloon, classrooms in different auditoriums, in-door and out-door playing.

The Cuban Percussion Academy has no limits for education and representing itself, its delightful is found in the instructional and creative balances of its entire musical production which is includes original plays, chants and rhythms of the Hispanic, African and Cuban culture combined with masterpieces of present-day and foreign authors. Its standards and principles have values in diverse musical places such as: Jazz Festivals, Folklore, Fusion and modern productions. The exciting of this project is in its versatility and talent, combined with an original proposal, non-edit in Cuban musical space.

In order to a continuous renovation and professional development, La Academia pretends to invite foreign percussionists and includes in its sound heritage “offering bits” to different divinities (African routes), launching ties that helps to make a careful study of the great cultural fusion that distinguish to the insular culture.

La Academia has recorded two CDs, the first one, attended with a Jamaican percussionist Everton “Pablo” Paul, where the Bob Marley’s Music is remembered with the peculiar style of the group, and a second one, still in production, that according to Lopez-Nussa result to be “a faithful expression of the aggrupation’s tone”.

The band

Drums … Ruy López-Nussa Lekszycki
Piano … Jorge Luis Pacheco Campos
Bass … Luis Antonio Izquierdo Clua
Sax … Iván González González
Trumpet … Roberto García López
Trumpet … Orlando Carrodeguas Boza
Percussion … Otto Santana Selis
Percussion … Octavio Rodríguez Rivera
Vocalist … Alieny Abreu López
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Coolidge arrived by battleship in Havana’s harbor in January 1928. The dramatic entrance came with ceremonial guns booming, a flyover by military planes and an elaborate parade during which he was pelted with roses by tens of thousands of cheering Cubans assembled on streets, balconies and roofs. Cuba declared a national holiday for the occasion.
“It was the gayest and happiest welcome anyone ever received from this green island in the Caribbean,” The New York Times reported from Havana on Jan. 16, 1928. The display underscored American power at a time when the United States was a dominant force in Cuba, with the right to intervene in its internal affairs enshrined in a law known as the Platt Amendment, and was inserting itself aggressively in other parts of Latin America and the Caribbean, including Nicaragua and Haiti.
“The culture of U.S. paternalism prevailed at that time, and the Caribbean was basically a U.S. lake,” said Amity Shlaes, the author of the biography “Coolidge” and the chairwoman of his presidential foundation. The Americans, she said, expected the Cubans to welcome the president with a sense of “Dad is coming in his boat, and we love Dad.”
It is hardly the symbolism that Mr. Obama wants to project in March, as he tries to sweep aside decades’ worth of accumulated bitterness over American imperialism and meddling in Cuba and look to the future.
In 1928, Mr. Coolidge and his wife, Grace, boarded a train in Washington and rode for 40 hours to Key West, Fla., where they switched to the battleship Texas for the crossing to Havana, a trip that took two days. They were greeted at the port by Gerardo Machado, Cuba’s president, and his wife. The couple would host the Coolidges at the presidential palace in Havana and a country home nearby, feting them with two lavish banquets and accompanying them to a jai alai match and a sugar plantation.
Machado gave Coolidge a Panama hat, and there was much speculation about how the American president, whose country was in the midst of Prohibition, would navigate the etiquette challenge of being offered a drink of Cuban rum. (He simply turned his back and pretended to be talking to Machado when approached with a tray of daiquiris, one journalist recounted.)
News reports at the time indicated that Coolidge, known as Silent Cal for his taciturn demeanor, visibly enjoyed himself. To the Cubans, The Times reported, “he now is a smiling, and not a cold and silent, president.”

Victor’s Café… great Cuban food in New York

Victor's Café... great Cuban food in New York

Victor’s Café, a New York landmark celebrates its 45 year anniversary in Manhattan with a commemorative video featuring a photo timeline of the restaurant’s history from pre-Castro Cuba to Broadway. Victor’s Café has been featured in the David Letterman Show, The Lost City and on numerous television network shows.
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Genuine Cuban Coffee – Old Havana, Cuba

We were led to a place that served great Cuban coffee, and with Chef Hiro’s love with this drink, we were happy to follow him to the end to the world.

We were thinking that the beans were imported from Italy or Colombia but no, they were from Cuba. It was indeed some really good stuff, and on a scale of 1-5, Chef Hiro rated it a 4.5. Not bad at all 🙂
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