Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Thursday, March 02, 2017
What an original idea....Politicians dressed in white at President Trump's speech.....NOT!!!! In Cuba, the Ladies in White(Damas de Blanco) have been marching for YEARS for the FREEDOM of their family members who are imprisoned simply for speaking out against the brutal communist dictatorship! Now here's the KICKER....they march every Sunday on the way to CHURCH, and they get BEAT UP and ARRRESTED every Sunday. Have any of those who dressed in white during Trump's speech heard or care about the REAL Ladies in White?
Wednesday, March 01, 2017
In this article it discusses the possibility who will run Cuba after Dictator Castro steps down in a year.Well, as long as it's in the castro klan, the brutal communist dictatorship will continue. REALLY after almost 60 years, it's time for Cuba to be FREE!!!
Thursday, February 02, 2017
yet in Cuba she has no problem hooting and hollering in Cuba, a country that has a brutal dictatorship:
Friday, January 13, 2017
Obama just days before he leaves office, he quietly ends the "wet foot, dry foot" policy, why NOW??
Is it payback for the election?
Is it a concession to dictator Castro?
Will Obama stick a machete in our back again and pardon Ana Belen at the last minute?
Will Obama end the policy of open arms and entrance for Muslims and end the wet foot, or dry depends on where you cross/dry foot at the Mexican border?
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Every Sunday, the Damas de Blanco, try to march peacefully to church,but are met with arrests and brutality.
Tuesday, January 03, 2017
"Danilo Maldonado Machado, known as El Sexto (The Sixth), born April 1, 1983, is a Cuban graffiti artist and human rights activist who has been arrested and imprisoned several times by the Castro regime. His graffiti are a form of protest, criticizing the abuse of the Cuban people at the hands of the Castro regime, and he is “frequently detained by the police under any pretext.” He has been called “a graffiti artist who does not forgive the Cuban regime.” A report in April 2015 stated that he was, at that time, “the most persecuted of Cuban artists.”
Cuban writer and artist Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo has praised Maldonado as “a free artist widely hated for his courage and his genius.” Cuban dissident Rosa María Payá has said that although born under totalitarianism, Maldonado has somehow managed to be a free spirit and “the Cuban regime does not forgive that.”"