The U.S. Government’s “Wet Foot—Dry Foot” Cuban immigration policy

The U.S. Government’s “Wet Foot—Dry Foot” Cuban immigration policy, which, believe it or not, provides freedom in the United States for any illegal Cuban immigrant able to reach dry U.S. soil, or a free trip back to Cuba for those who get caught out at sea or in one foot of water before putting their wet feet on dry U.S. land.

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CUBA Unchained A political thriller snatched from today’s headlines

Reuters News Service Miami, Florida OCTOBER 4, 10:30 A.M.

Earlier this morning, a derelict, 38-foot wooden sailing scow came ashore in Miami Beach, Florida, in bad weather and heavy surf. Crowded aboard were 21 illegal immigrant Cubans seeking a better life in America, including six women, four children and a baby.

​​The beach defenders also kept a few civilians, wanting to assist those in the water, from helping the Cubans get to shore. What was this disastrous scene all about? It’s the U.S. Government’s “Wet Foot—Dry Foot” Cuban immigration policy, which, believe it or not, provides freedom in the United States for any illegal Cuban immigrant able to reach dry U.S. soil, or a free trip back to Cuba for those who get caught out at sea or in one foot of water before putting their wet feet on dry U.S. land.

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The last relic of the Cold War Marine veteran offers path to U.S.-Cuban reconciliation

SAN DIEGO – The United States and Cuba severed ties almost fifty-five years ago, but experts say, even though Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro have made some progress, the U.S. trade embargo will not disappear in the near future.
Author Gerard Dion, long a proponent of U.S.-Cuba reconciliation, finds that detrimental to the success of both countries. His new political thriller, Cuba Unchained, addresses the unique relationship of the United States and Cuba and the US embargo, a relic of the Cold War.
“The very unique and illogical U.S.-Cuban relationship has mystified me for the last 25 years, as have other similar politically motivated relationships, which oppress large segments of innocent people,” Dion said. “My hope is for Cuba Unchained to aid in perpetuating the process of U.SCuban reconciliation, which has been in a stalemate.”
Like his main character in the novel, Dion is a US Marine veteran and a successful businessman. He considers it his duty to put forth his talents toward a situation about which he is passionate.
“One man or woman can change the world,” Dion said. “Those with the ability have the responsibility.”
For more information, visit www.cubaunchained.com.
Cuba Unchained By Gerard Dion ISBN: 978-1-50357-953-8 Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris
About the author Author Gerard Dion is a US Marine veteran and successful business owner with many years of experience with a Fortune 50 corporation. He has overcome both cancer and a three-way heart bypass. Long a proponent of U.S.-Cuba reconciliation, Dion has written his first novel, Cuba Unchained, about the relationship between the two countries. The author currently lives in San Diego, Calif. # # #
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