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The “Changes in Cuba”

Guamá's Gaveta Oficial on the "Changes in Cuba":

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1 comment to The “Changes in Cuba”

  • Henry Agueros

    HOW MANY HAVE TO DIE, BEFORE EARS HEAR?
    "The Castro Regimes response to the AIDS crisis has been mandatory nation-wide testing with forced incarceration for anyone who tested positive for the HIV virus. In addition, The Castro totalitarian regime has a long tradition of imprisoning homosexuals and transsexuals as "undiagnosable."
    Imprisonment is often based on mere suspicion and rumors. Recently it was reported that young people in Cuba are purposely "shooting" with HIV infected blood so that they be sent to one of these camps to avoid forced labor.
    The recent "Gay Pride" parade in La Habana was a great show for the useful idiot's around the world who would believe NONSENSE.