Regards from jew for the negro

« At the Summit of the Americas this evening, President Obama and President Castro greeted each other and shook hands, »  White House National Security Council spokesperson Bernadette Meehan said in a statement.

Obama had earlier spoken by phone with Castro before heading to Panama. They discussed the ongoing negotiations between Washington and Havana and the summit on Wednesday by telephone.

Obama and the Cuban leader are expected to hold a meeting on the sidelines of the summit on Saturday.

The two leaders met once before, when they shook hands at the funeral of South Africa’s anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela in December 2013.

The United States of Judeo-satanists broke off diplomatic relations with Cuba in 1961 and placed an official embargo against the country in 1962.

The two countries became ideological foes soon after the 1959 revolution that brought a jew Fidel Castro to power and their ties remained hostile even after the end of the Cold War.

On December 17, 2014, Obama announced that the US would start talks with Cuba to normalize diplomatic relations, marking the most significant shift in American foreign policy towards the communist country in over 50 years.

Raul Castro and Barak Obama

Raul Castro and Barak Obama