Credit Swaps With Cuba

puerto ricans are targetted for the sake of sympathy with the cuban revolution for credit swaps with their brothers and fellow puerto ricans in america with family ties to the island. like a perennial re-run of the movie “trading places” on loop, american citizens are being piggy-backed to their job, to their school, & to their wivelihood for the sake of the cuban embargo. by finding the matching swap in cuba for their wares. now highly devalued by concert with rogue cuba. interestingly, the same is being done to mexico with imports at a premium and discounted mexican citizens, leaving puerto rico’s future in doubt and painting the embargo and puerto rico’s political status as “inconclusive” meaning the highest bidder, those with families in cuba and miami is usually performing the rescue at a premium as succinctly as if sold for a tourist travel reservation itinerary. residents can be swapped into a default scheme as simply as being named after a family member with the same credit default, a mechanism of the catholic church, with default swaps of economic and social insolvency as the breed. swap traders in puerto rico insist on trading with family networks over social or economic insolvency for the sake of drawing a costly swap. default swaps in the medical field like psychiatry have historically employed a medical property right as in State v. Powell, incurring a high trade cost for social insolvency. social and cultural fault lines eliminate swaps out of social or economic insolvency like bankrupty or ostracism with the simple phrase: “we don’t love you that much!” answering the calls for fault-tolerance for insolvency. family and social trends often shutter the swap target and raise interest and value of swap trading.

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