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US Ignores Unwelcome WTO IP Rulings

Lettuce B. Qrious Re:Better Examples Please (448 comments)

Weren't the trade sanctions against Cuba put there and don't they remain there in part because of Cuban human rights abuses?

If that's the case, this is another fine example of american double standards, seeing as how you placed your own P.O.W.-jail at Gitmo on Cuba with the sole purpose to be able to abuse human rights at your own discrepancy.

In other words: Yes, there might be human rights violations happening on Cuba, but your government is actively and knowingly participating in bringing them about. In violation of verdicts made by your own cort system, I might add.

In my view, this easily - and resoundingly - settles the matter of whether or not US trade sanctions against Cuba are moral...

more than 6 years ago


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