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    A Government-spread rumor attempts to denigrate Cubans who believe in prosperity

    A Government-spread rumor attempts to denigrate Cubans who believe in prosperity VERÓNICA VEGA | La Habana | 26 Abr 2016 – 11:17 pm. “Obama’s children.” This is what some are surreptitiously branding the participants in the Cuba Emprende project, an initiative backed by the Archbishopric of Havana at the Centro Cultural Padre Félix Varela, which […] Continue reading

    The Repression Obama Did Not See in Havana

    The Repression Obama Did Not See in Havana / Iván García Ivan Garcia, 22 March 2016 — Just when Air Force One landed at 2 pm at the Andrew military base on the way to Havana, forty-six Damas de Blanco (Ladies in White) walked in file along the central promenade of 5th Avenue, with photos, […] Continue reading

    Between Transfusions

    Between Transfusions / Fernando Damaso Fernando Damaso, 13 April 2016 — It is no surprise that the Cuban communist party is sick. The run-up to its 7th Congress unleashed a campaign of “transfusions” in a effort to revive it. These included excerpts of old speeches from the front pages of Granma that addressed the subject, […] Continue reading

    Party Congress – Neither More Of The Same Nor Surprising News

    Party Congress: Neither More Of The Same Nor Surprising News / 14ymedio, Reinaldo Escobar Posted on April 12, 2016 14ymedio, Reinaldo Escobar, Havana, 12 April 2016 — Ruperto, the comedic character in Vivir del Cuento (Living the Story), woke up after a 28-year coma and still doesn’t understand Cuba’s dual currency system nor the end […] Continue reading

    A Glossary Against the Deafness of Raul Castro

    A Glossary Against the Deafness of Raul Castro / Luis Felipe Rojas Posted on April 10, 2016 Luis Felipe Rojas, 28 March 2016 — With mouths agape and arms extended to the heavens, Cubans of goodwill are still awaiting the night on which Raúl Castro will liberate all political prisoners and fling into the garbage […] Continue reading

    Turning the Page

    Turning the Page / Fernando Dámaso Posted on April 9, 2016 Fernando Damaso, 4 April 2016 — Given President Barack Obama’s intelligent proposal to leave the past behind, turn the page, and together build a better present, some Cuban fossils have cried to the heavens, or to hell, go figure. After the Revolutionary War, Cubans […] Continue reading

    Pro-government bloggers in Cuba use the web to discredit dissidents

    APRIL 8, 2016 12:02 PM Pro-government bloggers in Cuba use the web to discredit dissidents ABEL FERNÁNDEZ staff@InCubaToday.com A Spanish blog titled Comunidad del Parque de Santa Rita (Neighbors of Santa Rita Park) recently posted a series of videos of protests against the Ladies in White, a group of dissident Cuban women who march in […] Continue reading

    Cuba’s Communist Youth Union And The Devaluation Of Its Militancy

    Cuba’s Communist Youth Union And The Devaluation Of Its Militancy / 14ymedio, Reinaldo Escobar Posted on April 6, 2016 14ymedio, Reinaldo Escobar, Havana, 5 April 2017 — Social stereotypes have their moment. In the Cuba of the 50s, being baptized, making one’s first communion, or being married in the church, were the rites of passage […] Continue reading

    Jóvenes cubanos del lado del régimen

    Jóvenes cubanos del lado del régimen Un vídeo en un blog oficialista muestra a varios jóvenes participando en un acto de repudio a las Damas de Blanco domingo, abril 3, 2016 | CubaNet MIAMI, Estados Unidos.- Un vídeo colgado en el blog “Comunidad del Parque Santa Rita“, muestra a varios jóvenes cubanos apoyando y participando […] Continue reading

    A Before and After

    A Before and After / Fernando Dámaso Posted on March 30, 2016 Fernando Damaso, 29 March 2016 — The official journalists and the functionaries of the Cuban government, all in chorus, just to prove that the Guantanamo Naval Base is illegal have taken up against the presidents and Cuban governments from the years 1903 and […] Continue reading