How Odebrecht Abets Castro's Repression

Monday, January 30, 2012
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is heading to Cuba this afternoon, but has already made it clear that she will not meet with pro-democracy activists -- nor criticize the Castro regime's repression.

Why?

Because her trip is on behalf of the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht and its multi-million dollar expansion of the Port of Mariel.

Moreover, she will sign a new agreement with the Castro regime to help Odebrecht revitalize Cuba's sugar sector.

Thus, any criticism of the Castro regime's brutal repression could jeopardize Odebrecht's business interests in Cuba.

Meanwhile, Miami-Dade County's Mayor and Commission continue to funnel billions worth of Cuban-American taxpayer money to Odebrecht.

Absolutely shameful.