Beyonce and Jay Z’s Visit to Cuba

10 Apr
Picture Courtesy of Us Magazine

Picture Courtesy of Us Magazine

Is really food for thought, if the below is true:

Via The Examiner:

North Korea received advice from an unlikely source Friday. According to an April 6 report on Christian Science Monitor, former Cuban leader, Fidel Castro, has warned North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un to avoid war.

Stressing the long-term friendship between Cuba and North Korea, Castro spoke frankly with the 30-year-old dictator through a column in the state media. He explained the very volatile situation in Korea, likening it to the Cuban missile crisis in 1962.

Fidel Castro flattered North Korea regarding their technological advances, but reminded them about their responsibility to the other countries who would be affected by a nuclear attack. He deemed that around 70% of the world would be impacted by such a war.

Also making news this weekend in Cuba,Beyoncé and Jay-Z have been “touring” Cuba for their fifth anniversary vacation.

This has sparked a great deal of fury with many demanding to know how they got special permission to take the otherwise illegal tourism trip to Cuba. They were invited by the Cuba Department of Tourism, so possibly there is some official capacity here.

Could there be an even more official capacity to their jaunt? As close friends of President Barack Obama and Michelle, could they have been sent to Cuba in what was a great public relations stunt in exchange for the statement that was given by Fidel Castro?

During the same period last week, the United States decided to back down on their defensive rhetoric in response to threats of attack by North Korea.

What a strange world in which we live.

Truthfully, I do not believe Beyonce and Jay Z had anything to do with this.  However, I wouldn’t be surprised.  At this point, I’m really not surprised about anything.

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