Anti-communist government protestors took to the streets in mass in Cuba on Sunday to protest their perpetual economic crisis that was worsened by the COVID-19 plandemic.
Thousands marched in the streets across the communist nation. From Havana to Santiago de Cuba, chanting “freedom” to protest the increasing blackouts and food and medical shortages.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel traveled to San Antonio de los Banos to spin a disinformation narrative, using the typical communist tactic of “blame others for what you do.”
The communist regime was quick to call the United States foreign agitators, calling the unrest due to foreign “imperialist” countries and “salaried” protesters rather that the oppressive regime itself.
On twitter Diaz-Canel said, “we Cubans know perfectly well that the U.S. government is the main responsible for the current situation in Cuba, Cuba and its streets belong to the revolutionaries.”
Come on, man. Only a fool doesn’t know Cuba is a repressive regime. Put lipstick on a pig and it is still a pig.
In what has become a typical and disgraceful move, the communists who call themselves Democrats blame the COVID-19 scamdemic, not decades of economic misery under communism for the suffering endured by the Cuban people. All who can still critically think know it is communism, not COVID-19 causing the ever growing misery in Cuba.
“Thousands of Cubans want to live better and with basic freedoms,” he said. “Faced with that fair claim, it seems that, once again, [Diaz-Canel] is only capable of responding with repression.” As do all totalitarian regimes.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights received reports of the use of force, attacks on protestors and journalists, internet shutdowns and mass arrests.
This is what Creepy Joe and the communists who call themselves democrats want for America and the world. They have all shown their teeth during the lockdowns of the Great Scamdemic and cannot wait to mandate injections and implement further lockdowns under the guise of “keeping us safe,” only to enslave us in totalitarian socialism.
It isn’t as if Americans didn’t see these acts of tyranny unfold before our own eyes. Thousand were fined or imprisoned for refusing to wear face masks. This is how communism takes hold. Slowly. Incrementally. Death by a thousand cuts.
Can you see where this is going and why the democrats have only praise for Cuba and communism no matter how the people suffer? Communism is the embodiment evil. It is an oppressive political ideology that creates wealth for a small few, while the masses suffer in squalor. This is not an opinion. It is a review of the history of the world in the last 100 years. Only evil could drive an agenda designed to impoverish control and enslave others. So naturally, these totalitarians who see no evil in their control freak agendas, want to take our guns. These totalitarian traitors and criminals have hijacked our government in what can only be described as a blatant coup of Our republic in 2020. Everyone in the world knows it. Stop trying to spin it.
The Cuban people have seen this before. As have the people in every banana republic in South America. The United States has been infected with the same virus, managed by corrupt, treasonous politicians and ruled by global elite oligarchs pushing socialism. This is the truth. Stop trying to spin it.
The Cuban people’s suffering under the iron curtain of communism was seriously worsened by the authoritarian reactions to the bioweapon COVIF-19 that was loosed on humanity by the Communist Chinese. Face it, birds of a feather flock together and that is especially true with communists who want to “change the world” and rule it with an iron fist.
People wait in long lines to purchase essential goods, and as a result many are fleeing the communist country. The U.S. Coast Guard said it has intercepted 554 Cubans since Oct. 1, 2020, compared to 49 for all of last year.
The service intercepted 23 Cubans at sea some 15 miles south of Big Pine Key, Fla. In late May, a ship heading to the United States from Cuba capsized off of Key West, resulting in two dead, 10 missing and eight rescued.
In the United States, politicians on both sides of the aisle took to Twitter to show their support for the Cuban demonstrators.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio had sharp criticism on the silence from the White House, saying that while the people of Cuba have taken to the streets against 62 years of “socialist tyranny” President Joe Biden “has yet to say a word about it.
“Florida supports the people of Cuba as they take to the streets against the tyrannical regime in Havana,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said. “The Cuban dictatorship has repressed the people of Cuba for decades & is now trying to silence those who have the courage to speak out against its disastrous policies.”
Julie Chung, acting assistant secretary for the U.S. State Department, issued a statement of support for the Cuban people’s right to peaceful assembly, but blamed COVID-19, not communism for the people taking to the streets to protest. They aren’t protesting COVID-19, they are protesting the communism that has held the nation in its death grip since 1959.