Cuban State Media to Obama: Negro, are You Swedish?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 2, 2016



Following Obama’s departure from Cuba on March 24th, Cuban state media printed an article entitled “Negro, are You Swedish?”

In it, it is suggested that Obama, while in Cuba, attempted to bully the country and foment revolution.

This is the new America: we just get walked all over by backward, poverty-ridden third-world communist dictatorships.

The phrase – and this is kinda funny – “are you Swedish?” is used by Cubans as a way of asking “are you stupid?”

Swedes basically held-up the entire Cuban economy over the last decades by being super-edgy and rebellious against THE MAN by vacationing in the country. Apparently, they are not highly thought of by the locals.


From the Tribuna de la Habana:

Just a few hours ago, Havana was the scene of what, undoubtedly, is the most important news in a long time. The President of the United States visited the capital of the Greater Antilles to meet his Cuban counterpart and his people, which – being unusual and even unlikely until relatively recently times – qualifies as an historical event, marking a before and after point in the relations between two nations involved in a long and bitter dispute, even on a global scale.

Obama came, saw, but unfortunately, with the intended gesture of reaching out, he also wanted to win. No, in his capacity as occupant of the White House, he has done as much as anyone for the approach, normalization of ties, and lifting the blockade; great merit there, but still in practical terms this means little, when coupled with the addition of having conditioned the advance requests that tear-up sovereignty in matters that only concern the patio.

During his stay, praise, however, regardless of the reception of the hosts and their guest status, far beyond recognition, he chose to criticize and suggest, with subtleties, in an evening, yet unmistakable, incitement to rebellion and disorder, regardless of abode be in others. There is no doubt, Obama was overdid it. I can not help but tell – at style Virulo – “But Negro, are you Swedish?!”

We were very courteous, even to the point of letting him speak alone (and ease) with enemies within the home, after all, it is against the inhuman and cruel blockade; it is a pity to come to realize when it is already the end of his second term and has no chance for another reelection.

As Obama himself has said, lifting the blockade is the best way to help Cubans, however it’s still in force, and while the US president can not abolish it without the consent of Congress, if you can empty its contents – in good measure, to make only assert their executive powers.

Gestures? Which? It is not Cuba who tends an economic blockade on the United States, neither assaulted it or exercises financial pressures. Taking a democratic model Yankee style that is alien? Freedoms? Which? That which is enjoyed by police who target for murder in cold blood anyone of African descent?

However, if there is interest of achieving standardization, the blockade and the occupation of a portion of Guantanamo really are inadmissible.

In both cases, ie removal and return, is the right thing to do from a legal point of view, not to mention that the blockade is also cruel, inhuman, genocidal, “anti-UN, anti-International Law”; return the usurped portion in a gesture of bravado, a show of force. The US should not lose the opportunity to fix this loss of prestige and act in accordance with the speech of their representative.

Che Guevara himself, a lead figure in the communist revolution in Cuba who has become a communist revolutionary icon in the West, spoke distastefully of the Negroid peoples, writing in his “Motorcycle Diaries”:

“The blacks, those magnificent examples of the African race who have maintained their racial purity thanks to their lack of an affinity with bathing, have seen their territory invaded by a new kind of slave: the Portuguese.”

“The black is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meager wage on frivolity or drink; the European has a tradition of work and saving, which has pursued him as far as this corner of America and drives him to advance himself, even independently of his own individual aspirations.”

Confirmed: no one likes Black people.

I wonder why?


Nigga why be ur arm limp? Weeza tryin to hab a rebaluton in dis bitch.