The ‘Two World Order’ which lasted from 1917 until 1992, pitted the United States and its powerful private/government economic model and social system against the heavily financed Soviet Union and its new economic and social model. This dichotomy was conceived of and executed by powerful European banking cartels who contrived a split between the post-enlightenment Western capitalist economic model of empire and the newly contrived communistic politically planned economy and system of tight social control. This dichotomy of social and political ideologies was set in place for the purpose of perpetuating constant tension and intermittent wars between the two blocs that were promoted as opposing political ideologies. For the international bankers who issue and control most of the world’s money currencies---arms proliferation and especially war, are the most profitable endeavors they could conceive of. This dichotomy proved to be quite lucrative while ignoring the cost in blood and suffering in wars of aggression waged on both sides.

In 1959, when Cuba broke away from the US economic stranglehold it held upon the island nation for many decades, the US retaliated by breaking economic and political ties and imposing harsh sanctions. These actions forced Cuban leader Fidel Castro to become receptive to overtures from the Soviet Union and suddenly the Soviets had a geopolitical inroad into the middle of the Western hemisphere.

Early in the Cuban Revolution, some factions of power in the United States advocated a combination of covert and overt methods to oust Castro and bring Cuba back into the Western economic and social system. However, the military power of the Soviet Union was a powerful deterrent which President John F. Kennedy realized and he took measures to quell the tension built up after the Soviets set up missiles in Cuba aimed at the US only 70 miles from Florida. Since the missile crisis, the US has maintained a policy of economic sanctions which have slowly eased in recent years.

Obama’s overture toward better relations with Cuba in 2016 is the beginning of a long term strategy to initially help the ailing Cuban economy as cover for implementing a long term strategy of eventually forming a North American economic union as prelude for a one world economy, with a one world currency. and one world government.

Israeli’s policy toward Cuba has long mirrored Washington’s Cuban policy. Since the United States virtually always votes along with Israel in the United Nations, often against the rest of the world---Israel in turn has maintained a similar stance toward Cuba as does the United States. Cuba has been a staunch supporter of the plight of the Palestinians against their oppressors in Israel. This fact of course has led to Israeli/Cuban tensions. I do expect Israeli/Cuban relations to improve over the next few years in the name of globalization and the long term plan for an eventual one world economic and social system.

In rhetoric, Obama has implied that the US policies toward Cuba have been a failure. It is clear that Cuba is no threat to the United States in any way despite their unique social system as compared with the rest of the hemisphere. Obama’s job as the political representative of the international bankers in the White House is to open up relations with Cuba in anticipation of eventually bringing them into a North American economic union. If this happens it will likely be decades away but Obama and his handlers feel the time to begin better relations with Cuba is now.

Israel opposes any country or NGO that supports the plight of the Palestinians. This includes the Cuban government, but they see the bigger picture decades from now when they hope to impose a North American union as prelude to a one world union led by the same international banking community who created the Two World Order of the last century and who also founded the State of Israel in 1947. So I predict that Israel will mostly overlook Cuba’s support for the Palestinians in favor of the long term goals of the internationals and their one world government vision.

Officially, diplomatic ties between Cuba and Israel ended in 1973. Since then, the Israeli press has accused the Cuban government of being anti-Semitic, anti-Israel, and pro-Palestinian. Yet Jewish leaders in Cuba have asserted that Synagogues within Cuba are safe. This fact dispels the notion that Cuba is officially anti-Semitic. In the past the Cuban government has recognized Israeli’s right to exist so the accusation that Cuba is anti-Israel is also false. There is no doubt that Cuba is pro-Palestinian and has been vocal with their accusations of atrocities committed by the Israeli government against the Palestinian people. Cuba has also sent aid to the PLO under Yesser Arafat in defiance of Israel. The Israeli press has condemned these actions while continuing to support the traditional US policies toward Cuba. However, the Israeli press has been openly critical toward recently ‘improved’ US/Cuban relations.  

It has been reported in The Times of Israel that Cuban dissident Oscar Biscet, who has claimed to have been imprisoned for over a decade and subject to ‘white torture’ by Cuban officials, recently made a trip to Israel to warn their government not to support improved relations with Cuba. Biscet cited human rights violations and lack of democracy on the island nation. He is also quoted as saying, “I am worried about Israel [and its relation to Cuba] because it’s the only example of democracy and liberty and freedom of religion in the Middle East.” Obviously Biscet views Israel, a nation whose land was forcibly taken from its indigenous population in 1947 and still today engages in terrorism, torture, assassinations, and apartheid, as the lone paradigm of democracy in the Middle East. Assuming Biscet truly believes what he says, he must deem Israel as the kind of society that he would like to see in his native Cuba one day. Yet no matter what hardships the people of Cuba endure---it’s disingenuous to compare a society with universal healthcare, a low infant mortality rate, long life expectancy, and low crime rate with a country that routinely terrorizes and murders its own native population (Palestinians) while keeping them pinned into virtual open air concentration camps (Gaza).