Joe Biden should consider AIRSTRIKES against Cuba, Miami mayor says !!

HAVANA, July 14th  Francis Suarez made his inflammatory remarks in an intervention that will further fuel already heightened tensions,

with Russia and China issuing warnings about the danger posed by any US military intervention.

Speaking to Fox News, Republican Party heavyweight Mr. Suarez was asked whether the United States should lift a strict embargo on exports to Cuba, which some critics called “cruel.
” He said: “I don’t think the embargo is cruel at all and I think the Cuban people are not asking for the embargo to be lifted.“ They go out into the streets every day, talking about the failure of the Communist regime to provide for its people, and I don’t understand why it’s so hard for people to understand, it has failed for six decades.
“And what should be considered at this time is a coalition of potential military actions in Cuba, similar to what has happened in both administrations in the Republican and Democratic administrations. “Republican with Bush and Panama, they overthrew Noriega, and this country has had a peaceful democracy for decades. “
And you had interventions from Democratic presidents, you know, to eliminate Osama bin Laden in Pakistan.
“This is a sovereign country where they have eliminated a terrorist who has probably saved thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of lives, and President Clinton and Kosovo are intervening in a humanitarian problem with airstrikes.”
When asked if he would explicitly support airstrikes, Mr. Suarez explained: “What I’m suggesting is that this option needs to be explored and cannot be simply dismissed as an option that is not. not on the table.
“And there are a variety of ways an army can do it, but it’s something that needs to be discussed and that needs to be seen as a potential option in addition to a variety of other options that can be discussed.”
US State Department spokesman Ned Price said yesterday that the United States is still considering options that will allow it to support the Cuban people and called on the Havana government to show restraint and open up all means of communication, online and offline. (www.marseillenews.net)