Castro-Fan Belafonte Wants Cuban-Style Tyranny in USA

We have had cause to look at that demented old pinko Harry Belafonte before, as when he came out with this gem – “If you believe in justice, if you believe in democracy, if you believe in people’s rights, if you believe in the harmony of all humankind—then you have no choice but to back Fidel Castro as long as it takes!”

But his latest outburst takes the biscuit. He was talking about Americans prepared to continue exercising their constitutional right to resist Obama’s agenda.

“And I don’t know what more they want,” he said. “The only thing left for Barack Obama to do is to work like a third-world dictator and just put all of these guys in jail. You’re violating the American desire.”

Embracing Evil – Belafonte with his Blood-Stained Hero
He was talking to Al Sharpton at the time, so was naturally not slapped down for this expression of hatred for democracy. Sharpton, is a notorious race-baiting Obama-fan, and shares Belafonte’s adoration of the Cuban despot. He has described Castro as “one of the three most impressive people I have ever met.”
sharpton_bn-1 Sharpton
But to be fair to a man I am disinclined to like, at least Sharpton has voiced concern about Castro’s teeming dungeons, if only mildly.
While Belafonte spews his red bile endlessly, Sharpton did at least once say he wanted to check out the status of some of Castro’s black political prisoners.
This from the Huffington Post a few years ago.

Sharpton spoke about Oscar Elias Biscet and Jorge Luis Garcia Perez, known as “Antunez,” both considered prisoners of conscience by Amnesty International. Biscet was one of the 75 dissidents arrested in the infamous crackdown of 2003 and is serving 25 years for criticizing the Castro regime. Antunez was released a month ago, after serving 17 years. He spoke with Sharpton on the telephone Monday, apparently, and told him that government goons continue to harass him daily.

The two Cubans are black men, as were a half-dozen other former Cuban political prisoners who stood with Sharpton at the press conference.

But as the writer of the above observes, why does it always have to have a racial element with people like Sharpton?

This explains Sharpton’s interest. But is he also concerned about imprisoned Cuban dissidents who are not black?

Well, that’s enough fairness to Sharpton. A hustler he may be, but not an unmitigated swine like Belafonte.