As You Read Today's News on North Korea, Remember This...

Wednesday, January 6, 2016
It's North Korea's regime that the Cuban military -- the overwhelming beneficiary of Obama's new policy -- helped smuggle over 240 tons of weapons in mid-2013.

The U.N. Security Council found "that the hidden cargo amounted to six trailers associated with surface-to-air missile systems and 25 shipping containers loaded with two disassembled MiG-21 aircraft, 15 engines for MiG-21 aircraft, components for surface-to-air missile systems, ammunition and miscellaneous arms-related materiel."

Moreover, that weapons cache "constituted the largest amount of arms and related materiel interdicted to or from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea since the adoption of U.N. Security Council resolution 1718 (2006)."

Yet, the Obama Administration allowed the Cuban military to get away scot-free. Even worse, it is now rewarding it with billions of dollars.

Click here to read a summary of the U.N. Panel of Experts report on Cuba's trafficking of weapons to North Korea.

Also remember how Cuba's regime courted and visited North Korea after Obama's new policy was announced -- in a highly-touted trip by Castro's #2, Miguel Diaz-Canel.