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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
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
Obama in Cuban History / Cubanet, Miriam Leiva Posted on March 28, 2016 Cubanet, Miriam Leiva, Havana, 28 March 2016 – Barack Obama’s stay in Havana between the 19th and 22nd of March was described as historic before it even took place. In reality, it was the cusp of a new cycle in the history […] Continue reading
Hijo de una Dama de Blanco teme por su futuro en el deporte marzo 16, 2016 4:17 am· Camagüey, Rosa Avilés (PD) Carlos Cristian Zambrano Gonzales, de 15 años, Sub Campeón Nacional del Campeonato Juvenil de Lucha al estilo Grecorromano cree que la continuidad de su carrera deportiva será afectada por el hecho de que […] Continue reading
Obama will push human rights agenda on Cuba trip Secretary of State John Kerry and Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez spoke by telephone Friday An advance trip to Cuba was canceled by Kerry this week Spokesman: Both ministers expressed commitment to the president’s upcoming trip BY MIMI WHITEFIELD mwhitefield@miamiherald.com Secretary of State John Kerry and […] Continue reading
Cuba Attacks Religious Believers Even As It Liberalizes Economic Rules By DOUG BANDOW The Obama administration has been easing restrictions on travel, exports, and export financing. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker spoke of “building a more open and mutually beneficial relationship.” However, the administration expressed concern over Havana’s dismal human rights practices. Despite the warm reception […] Continue reading
Hawaiian Shirts and Mojitos Will Not Free Cuba US Tourism Only Lines Castro’s Pockets, Says Exiled Journalist Ninoska Pérez VANESSA ARITA OCTOBER 23, 2015 AT 10:14 AM Despite the ongoing repression of citizens on the island, Cuba is set to become a new tourist destination for US residents. (Travel Blog) EspañolFollowing renewed diplomatic relations with […] Continue reading
NAT HENTOFF: Rewarding Cuba leads to escalation in repression of Cuban dissidents POSTED: 10/14/15, 2:00 AM EDT On Dec. 10, 2014, the Cuban government marked the 64th anniversary of international Human Rights Day with sweeping nationwide arrests of pro-democracy dissidents. One week later, on Dec. 17, President Obama announced that the United States and Cuba […] Continue reading
Cuba: Vivir sin miedo ‘El Sexto’ está en la cárcel por sus obras de los hermanos Castro Para el gobierno, es más peligroso que un asesino en serie suelto GINA MONTANER ACTUALIZADO 06/10/201503:03Danilo Maldonado, conocido como El Sexto, tiene el alma tan rebelde como su desordenado cabello. Desde hace casi un año duerme en una […] Continue reading
GINA MONTANER: El Sexto y los dos cerditos El artista y activista se atrevió a hacer uso de la libertad de expresión y pagó con la cárcel La Iglesia no hizo pronunciamientos sobre su situación Podría ser liberado en dos semanas Danilo Maldonado, El Sexto, podría ser liberado en los próximos días. Pero ¿qué hizo […] Continue reading
Ángel Santiesteban, siempre un adversario YUSIMÍ RODRÍGUEZ LÓPEZ | La Habana | 26 Sep 2015 – 10:53 am. El cuentista y novelista ha salido en libertad condicional para sumarse como jefe de prensa al Foro por los Derechos Humanos y reescribir una novela que perdió. Vi por última vez al escritor Ángel Santiesteban a principios […] Continue reading
Papa Francisco: ¿el trono y la cruz? La “oposición leal” se está generando tras las bambalinas y sotanas de un clero únicamente comprometido con sus propios intereses: instituir el co-gobierno del trono y la cruz, pero la cruz Católica Romana miércoles, septiembre 23, 2015 | Gustavo E. Pardo MIAMI, Estados Unidos – El Papa Francisco […] Continue reading
Visita del Papa a Cuba: tiranía del comunismo vs tiranía del capitalismo Él (Francisco) no debe ser confundido por el gesto vacío de los hermanos Castro, utilizado antes de que las visitas de los dos predecesores del Papa, Juan Pablo II en 1998, y el Papa Benedicto XVI, en 2012. Jiri Valenta/ Leni Friedman Valenta […] Continue reading
El Mundo se ha vuelto loco [17-09-2015 23:42:10] Delia Fiallo (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- A largo del tiempo siempre han ocurrido hechos que nos causan sorpresa, sensación, estupor, curiosidad, porque se apartan de lo que elementalmente acepta como natural la mente humana. Pero en los últimos años se han agolpado cosas, de veras tan increíbles, que de repente […] Continue reading
Open Letter to Pope Francis for the Release of “El Sexto” Posted on September 14, 2015 Freedom for Danilo Open Letter to the Pope Havana, September 8, 2015 Your Holiness, Pope Francis: In advance of your visit to our island, a group of Cuban citizens wish to call your attention to a case that needs […] Continue reading
Coddling Castros Has Made Cuban Regime More Vicious Than Ever 09/09/2015 06:56 PM ET Leadership: Cuba’s dictatorship has cracked down harder than ever on dissidents at a time when high-ranking leaders, political pilgrims and tourists are paying tribute to the regime in droves. Who will stand for freedom? Hard to think of any time when […] Continue reading
We Cubans Need to Solve Our Own Problems / Ivan Garcia Posted on August 27, 2015 Fifty-four years, seven months and eleven days after that January 3, 1961— the day on which American diplomatic personnel closed their embassy — seventy-three year old Denis Sentizo, a heavy-set African-Cuban with an easy smile, did not want to […] Continue reading
War on women? ‘Say si si’ in Cuba! By Silvio Canto, Jr. A week after Secretary Kerry saw the U.S. flag go up in Havana, the Castro regime is not changing at all. It’s still the same island that we knew last December except that a U.S. flag watches Cubans get pushed around for simply […] Continue reading
Did The Kerry Visit To Cuba Matter? by Elliott Abrams August 17, 2015 Secretary of State Kerry traveled to Havana to raise the flag at the U.S. Embassy there last week. As has been noted here in this blog and in many news articles and columns, no dissidents or human rights activists were invited to […] Continue reading
Yusnaby, el meteorito de las redes sociales NATACHA HERRERA Especial/el Nuevo Herald Su acogida en las redes sociales no fue paulatina. De pronto, un Yusnaby Pérez desde Cuba publicaba en su blog fotos, vídeos y textos como si de un reality show sobre la vida diaria en la isla se tratara. Lo que en una […] Continue reading
Los primeros arrestados en el parque Gandhi fueron los reporteros Periodistas independientes y un activista que reporta las actividades opositoras fueron los primeros arrestados este domingo y les borraron las imágenes que contenían sus celulares. Idolidia Darias / martinoticias.com julio 13, 2015 Los periodistas independientes Ignacio González y Agustín López Claudio Fuentes fueron detenidos ayer […] Continue reading
Cuban dissidents report being attacked by government security forces BY NORA GAMES TORRES El Nuevo Herald MIAMI Cuban security forces beat up opposition activist Antonio G. Rodiles and detained nearly 100 other dissidents on Sunday, just a few days before the scheduled opening of U.S. and Cuban embassies in Havana and Washington. News of the […] Continue reading
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