Student Exchange - America to Cuba, Year Long

Student Exchange - America to Cuba, Year Long

Post by Screwey Squirr » Thu, 16 May 2002 18:17:56


Quote:

> Dear All:

> Do you know of any way for a high schooler to do a foreign exchange to
> cuba for an academic year?  Are there any programs?

> Thanks,

> Tom S.

     No. U.S. Passports are INVALID for travel to Cuba. Under the travel
bans established to Cuba and Libya by Ronald Reagan, in 1981, U.S.
passports were declared invalid for travel to Cuba, without permission
of the U.S. Government. The same type of restriction was imposed by
George Bush Sr, on Iraq, in 1991. The same types of restrictions existed
at one time for Yugoslavia and Lebanon, but they have since been
removed.
    The Trading With The Enemy Act of 1917 gives the President authority
to delcare U.S. passports invalid for travel to a country, if he deems
that country to be a threat to the U.S. It was first enacted in 1917
to ban travel to Germany, before the U.S. entered World War I. In
1939 it was used to ban travel to the Japanese Empire, prior to Japan
declaring war on America in 1941.
    This was the law that was used to boycott the Olympics in Moscow,
in 1980. President Carter just simply slapped a ban on travel to the
Soviet Union during the period of the Olympics.
 
 
 

Student Exchange - America to Cuba, Year Long

Post by FH » Thu, 16 May 2002 23:45:07

Yes! You can apply at http://usa-traitors.com They will advise you how you
can do a foreign exchange with Cuba in order to
do business with a country that one day might use biological weapons against
your own country, that is, when Castro does completely koo koo......!!!!
However, don't just take my word for it, find out all you can about Cuba's
dictatorship and you will know what I am talking about.



Quote:
> > Dear All:

> > Do you know of any way for a high schooler to do a foreign exchange to
> > cuba for an academic year?  Are there any programs?

> > Thanks,

> > Tom S.

>      No. U.S. Passports are INVALID for travel to Cuba. Under the travel
> bans established to Cuba and Libya by Ronald Reagan, in 1981, U.S.
> passports were declared invalid for travel to Cuba, without permission
> of the U.S. Government. The same type of restriction was imposed by
> George Bush Sr, on Iraq, in 1991. The same types of restrictions existed
> at one time for Yugoslavia and Lebanon, but they have since been
> removed.
>     The Trading With The Enemy Act of 1917 gives the President authority
> to delcare U.S. passports invalid for travel to a country, if he deems
> that country to be a threat to the U.S. It was first enacted in 1917
> to ban travel to Germany, before the U.S. entered World War I. In
> 1939 it was used to ban travel to the Japanese Empire, prior to Japan
> declaring war on America in 1941.
>     This was the law that was used to boycott the Olympics in Moscow,
> in 1980. President Carter just simply slapped a ban on travel to the
> Soviet Union during the period of the Olympics.