Monday, March 05, 2007

Black Listed Companies

Black Listed Companies

Below, Cubanos, is a starting list of the biggest offenders who have decided to extract a profit in league with Raul Castro, on the backs of the 50 cents per day Cuban slaves. These companies and their CEO’s admit that they are carpetbaggers but they use warped rationalizations to justify helping themselves to the cheap labor to make a quick buck. For example, Merritt International pays Raul $2,700 per month for each Cuban geologist on the payroll. Then Raul pays the geologists $19 each per month and pockets the difference.

These are the biggest Cuban slave traders. These companies, their CEO’s and any employees who have worked in Cuba most definitely must be banned for life from even setting foot in Cuba if they don't mend their ways soon! Every single asset that Raul has not already stolen or used up will be seized by the Cuban people for slave reparations. As you are kicked out of Cuba the rest of the world will be invited in to do legitimate business and earn an honest profit. This is the one fact that unifies both the exile and island population. So keep believing Raul’s shills that tell you how much the Cuban people love you. We all despise you and condemn you for helping Raul enslave the Cuban people. Here they are:

Sherritt International Corp. – CEO Ian Delaney - $650 million invested in Cuba

Miramar Mining which is run by CEO Berukoff owns, Con Gold Mining in the Northwest Territories.

Air Canada

Virgin Atlantic Airlines – CEO Richard Branson

Thomas Cook Tours – CEO Manny Novoa

Pierre Trudeau

New York Medical, Inc.

Wilton Properties Ltd.

Pizza Nova

Delta Hotels of Toronto

Holmer Gold Mines, Ltd

MacDonalds Mine Exploration, Ltd. – CEO Frank Smeenk

CaribGold Resources, Inc.

Saskatchewan Opportunities, Ltd.

Grupo Domos, Mexican telecommunications company

Western Mining of Australia

Spain's Hotel Melia

All Chinese government investment

However, Fracmaster Ltd. pulled out after 3 years after taking big losses which should be punishment enough. I say companies that learned their lesson and pulled out of Raul’s slave plantation be given a second chance. Everybody makes mistakes. They have done the right thing even if for the wrong reason so let’s concentrate on punishing those who continue to abuse the Cuban people.

Again, I call on these companies to leave Cuba today and contact us about agreeing to a settlement for this damage. Everyday you remain will cost you more and if you are still there when we kick Raul out - you will be banned, period! Cubanos, please send me the names of additional violators and I will post them.

Tomás Estrada-Palma


Blogger Jose Aguirre said...

Good work Tomas!

Spain's Hotel Melia chain has got to be one of the biggest culprits! I would never stay in a Melia hotel anywhere in the world!

10:51 AM  
Blogger Tomás Estrada-Palma said...

Thanks Jose! I'll put them on the list!

3:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No te olvides del Curacao Drydock Company - hasta el 2005, estaban metido en los astilleros de Casablanca - - -

6:36 PM  
Blogger Tomás Estrada-Palma said...

Curacao Drydock Company es sobre mi lista! Gracias amigo!

8:25 PM  

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