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realclearworld

“Dialogue and rapprochement cannot be an option with these oppressors.” (Antunez, 7/23/11)

ant.
"I suffered longer in Castro's Gulag than Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Elena Bonner's combined suffering in Stalin's Gulag."
Lifeofriley1958
"Ouch! I got a little bo-bo on my finger!"

"They are beating women on the streets. Dialogue and rapprochement cannot be an option with these oppressors."

Unfortunately the above is the view of Antunez, a regime opponent who spent 17 years in Castro's torture chambers--rather than that of a dissident who lives the Life of Riley (as such is measured in Cuba.)

Point is: Antunez' plea will never, never, ever get an airing MSM-wise, much less "Cuba Expert"-wise (but I repeat myself).

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