Intellectuals join forces to denounce U.S. attacks on Venezuela

October 6, 2019

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Source:  Granma
September 20 2019

“Your disease is chronic.” Photo: Osval

“Heroic, Bolivarian, revolutionary Venezuela calls upon our sister peoples of the continent and the world,” said Ernesto Villegas, minister of People’s Power for Culture in the nation, during an event held at the Venezuelan embassy in Havana, by the Cuban chapter of the Network of Intellectuals, Artists and Social Movements in Defense of Humanity (REDH) to support a letter from Venezuelans to UN General Secretary António Guterres and the peoples of the world, which has been co-signed by millions. The campaign is being promoted with the hashtag #noMoretrump.

With the presence of Adam Chávez, Venezuelan ambassador to Cuba; Omar González, president of the Cuban chapter of REDH…

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Médicos cubanos en solidaridad con Venezuela (+Fotos)

September 11, 2019

Auca en Cayo Hueso

Los trabajadores del centro ratificaron su solidaridad con Venezuela mediante la recogida de firmas, en respaldo a la carta dirigida al Secretario General de las Naciones Unidas, que denuncia las agresiones del Gobierno de Estados Unidos contra la hermana nación.

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Los peones del Imperio IV: Nueva denuncia falsa de José Daniel Ferrer

August 20, 2019

Santiago Arde

El contrarrevolucionario José Daniel Ferrer Garcia publica denuncias falsas en las redes sociales.Su objetivo es desacreditar al sistema social cubano a cambio del dinero que recibe del gobierno de los Estados Unidos. ¿Cómo José Daniel Ferrer construye las denuncias falsas contra Cuba? Aquí se lo demostramos. !El cazador de denuncias fue cazado!

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Yoani Sánchez, propaganda anticubana financiada por Estados Unidos.

July 17, 2019

El Heraldo Cubano

Arthur González.

A pesar de los cientos de miles de dólares que gasta Estados Unidos en su fallido intento de fabricar una oposición joven, con Yoani Sánchez Cordero no obtuvieron resultados, al no poder atraer a la juventud cubana a su proyecto contrarrevolucionario.

Reclutada en Madrid en el 2004 por Carlos Alberto Montaner, agente CIA y prófugo de la justicia cubana por terrorismo, Yoani aceptó el plan de repatriarse a Cuba e iniciar en 2007 su trabajo con el Blog “Generación Y”.

Con el propósito de construirle una imagen de líder juvenil, le otorgaron importantes premios de periodismo, con la bonificación de cientos de miles de euros, convirtiéndola en tres años, en una persona acaudalada.

Los yanquis utilizaron a las revistas TIME y PEOPLE, para que la seleccionaran, a solo un año de salir su Blog, como una de las 100 personas “más influyentes” del mundo, y entre…

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#Venezuela anuncia elecciones de la Asamblea Nacional. #21May

May 21, 2019

Cuba por Siempre

Venezuela anuncia elecciones de la Asamblea nacionalEl presidente de Venezuela Nicolás Maduro anunció la convocatoria de elecciones a la Asamblea Nacional (AN).

“Vamos a hacer elecciones, vamos a elecciones adelantadas de la Asamblea Nacional”, afirmó durante un acto en el Palacio de Miraflores de Caracas.

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Re-Targeting Cuba: US Renews Effort to Squash Cuba

May 13, 2019

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Source:  Counterpunch
March 20 2019

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Embarked upon overthrowing Venezuela’s socialist government, the U.S. government now renews efforts to squash Cuba. The U.S. record of implacable hostility features terror attacks, military invasion, germ warfare, internal subversion, and almost 60 years of U.S. economic blockade. Devoid of natural resources ready for U.S. plunder, Cuba offends by having defended socialism and national independence. Now Title III of the U.S. 1996 Helms Burton Act joins an arsenal of weapons employed in what Cubans regard as genocidal aggression.

Inflicting suffering and destabilization

Helms Burton is complex but centers on tightening the economic blockade; preparing for a transition government; and by means of Title III, inflicting suffering and destabilization.  The latter is taking place now in Venezuela, by other means.

Title III opens the door for the former owners and the…

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Put our hearts to the issues that concern the people

May 11, 2019

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Source: Granma
May 10 2019

Author: Granma |

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President Miguel Díaz-Canel called for waging war on bureaucracy, against delays in administrative decisions at all levels, and any manifestation of insensitivity to problems that affect the population unnecessarily, during the final meeting concluding the Council of Ministers’ visit to the eastern province of Granma.

Of the 33 actions agreed upon during his first visit in June of 2018, 17 had been completed and work on 16 is moving forward; while solutions to several others are not advancing at the pace projected, including public works in Yara, the restoration of heritage homes in Manzanillo, and corrective work on this coastal city’s aqueduct.

“We cannot advance if we are slow in making decisions. What must be decided centrally, let it be centralized, but quickly. If the answer is no, report this right away, and if it is yes, even…

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The blockade is more than the Helms-Burton and the Helms-Burton is more than Title III

May 10, 2019

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Source:  Granma
May 7 2019

A panel of experts dissects the infamous law during a public hearing called by the Association of Cuban Jurists and the Cuban United Nations Association

Author: Raúl Antonio Capote |

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Members of Cuban civil society, intellectuals, journalists, and students gathered on May 3 in Havana, in a public hearing convened by the Association of Cuban Jurists and the Cuban United Nations Association to discuss the activation of the Helms-Burton Act’s Title III, a law that violates the principle of sovereignty, and seeks to destroy our nation and subordinate it to the power of a foreign government.

The public hearing was held at the Higher Institute of International Relations in the Cuban capital and featured a panel that included Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada, former president of the National Assembly; attorney Rodolfo Dávalos; Luis Solá Vila, president of the Cuban Society of Public…

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Lula, the most important political prisoner in the world, says Chomsky

April 18, 2019

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Source:  chamosaurio
April 15 2019

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, imprisoned for more than a year for alleged acts of corruption, is today the most important political prisoner in the world. 

This was stated by the prominent intellectual and political activist Noam Chomsky, during an interview with the channel Democracy Now, amplified by the portal Rede Brasil Atual. 

According to the professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the political prison seeks to silence Lula who, when he presided over Brazil, was the voice of the ‘global South’. 

Chomsky placed the prison of the former Brazilian ruler in a universal context and compared his situation with that of Australian journalist Julian Assange, creator of WikiLeaks, arrested on Thursday.

The renowned American linguist, of 90 years, perceives, from the historical perspective, the imprisonment of both as similar to that of the founder and general secretary…

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Ecuador vs. Assange: One Year Silenced

April 12, 2019

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Source:  Angel Fox’s blog



It seems that in recent days, Ecuador has become more tyrannical towards Assange than Britain is. With the recent terrible visit that Cassandra Fairbanks had and threats from the government to increase their protocol against Assange, it seems the country that once gave him asylum and support has turned on him. In fact, due to the US government coercing Ecuador, Moreno and his colleagues view Assange as an enemy. By gagging Assange for 8 months without visitors, phone or internet, the Ecuadorian government violated international law and literally tortured a man they gave refugee status.

When Julian’s lawyers took his treatment to the International American Court of Human Rights, the United States government threatened to stop funding them. 9 US Senators urged the defunding in December of 2018 but the timing is actually unusual and though it may be coincidental, seems to be…

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