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Contrarrevolución y disidencia: Mas nada de lo mismo

August 18, 2015

La pupila insomne

Esteban Morales

cambio planesSin dudas, lo ocurrido el 17 de diciembre, al declarar Obama la posibilidad de un cambio de política hacia Cuba, ha dejado descolocada a la disidencia contrarrevolucionaria interna. Otrora pieza  funcional de la política agresiva de Estados Unidos contra Cuba.

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Cuba: la vaca sagrada

August 18, 2015

El Adversario

“He conocido a un doctor en filosofía que creía que Cuba era un territorio de la Unión… un funcionario de Washington que pensaba que La Habana era un puerto de los Estados Unidos”¹

Jenks en su estraordinario libro considera a  Cuba como la vaca sagrada de la diplomacia estadounidense y es que la diplomacia yanquí tuvo el sabor y el color del azúcar y el azúcar es un excelente compuesto químico que poseía  la propiedad  de exitar a Washington, nuestra azúcar era del color del dinero y la avaricia no tenía fin.

Los temas de Cuba se discutían a puerta cerrada, había mucha plata por medio, muchos intereses y no solo los que habían, los que les dibujaba el futuro. Eran los amos de una isla estratégicamente situada a la entrada del Golfo, quien la dominara, podía hacer mucho daño a la Unión, si la Unión la dominada, podía controlar…

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Ecuador Opposition Resorts to Violence…Again

August 18, 2015

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Source:  TeleSUR

Demonstrators clash with the police during a march in QuitoThe pattern is clear in countries in Latin America run by progressive governments working to reduce inequality, poverty and hunger.  The pattern starts with a small group of right-wing persons finding a reason to ‘protest’.  They then lead a minority to join them in this ‘protest’.  A section of this ‘protest’ then turns violent.  One can never be sure if, as has been done in some marches in the US, agent provocateurs, were planted among the protesters to incite this violence.

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One objective of the violence is to create martyrs whose deaths can be used to strengthen the ‘protests’.  Another objective of the violence is to create vivid footage for the corporate controlled international media which then (i) gives their viewers worldwide the impression that the democratically elected president of the country is a ‘dictator’ who is very unpopular and has to resort to violence against his/her own…

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Venezuela’s Economic War: Tons of Food Found Buried Underground

August 18, 2015

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Source:  TeleSUR

Authorities discovered on Thursday 50 tons of food and other types of products like detergent, toothpaste, in the northwestern port of Maracaibo, the second largest city of the country and capital of the state of Zulia.

The discovery comes amid continuing reports of food shortages in the country by international corporate media and Venezuelan opposition groups that seek to portray the South American country as in the midst of an economic crisis.

Officials from the National Bolivarian Guard found dozens of bags of sugar buried two meters down in earth.  Photo:Alba Ciudad

Officials from the National Bolivarian Guard found dozens of bags of sugar buried two meters down in earth. Photo:Alba Ciudad Officials from the National Bolivarian Guard found dozens of bags of sugar buried two meters down in earth. Photo:Alba Ciudad

Intelligence information allowed the officials to locate the products in the courtyard of a house in an eastern suburb of Maracaibo. Photo:Alba Ciudad

They found packages of rice, coffee, noodles, beers, sodas, detergents, chlorine, toothpaste, among others. Photo:Alba Ciudad They found packages of rice, coffee, noodles, beers, sodas, detergents, chlorine, toothpaste, among others. Photo:Alba Ciudad

Corporate media outlets around the world have portrayed Venezuela as a country in the midst of an economic crisis, pointing to shortages of basic goods in stores as an evidence. Photo:Alba Ciudad Corporate media outlets around the world have portrayed Venezuela as a country in the midst of an economic crisis, pointing…

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