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Castro regime’s Twitter Boiler Room Ops

Via OpenCuba:

Twitter... Castro’s style in Cuba
Usually if you check #Cuba hashtag in Twitter it wouldn’t be strange some Cuban Twitter accounts would reply to you she/he is tweeting from the warm and the comfort of their homes. Naivety could make you think it is true, after all here in Canada, or US or anywhere else it is something usually you could do. Not in Cuba.
As I said in another post (Cuba’s myths disclosed):
“That lie is not perceived as it, because in our time we, as citizens of the modern era, have a computer at home, an internet provider and usually our teenager kids are tweeting from our computers (or their computers). It is a fact... but it is not a fact in Cuba.”
The picture headlining this post is the place where those Castro’s Twitter accounts are tweeting from Cuba saying “they are in the comfort of their homes”. On that picture, the man in first place is Iroel Sanchez, as you can compare here, in this picture took it from its blog:
He doesn’t hide in his profile in Twitter either, as you can see:
By the way, in the tweet, the so-called “journalist” is using one of Hitler’s and NAZI’s followers favourite “nicknames” to the Jews: MAGOTTS.
The next picture is another view from the same Castro’s Twitter headquarters:
As you can see, it is not a home but an official estate-run place where all “regular” Cubans from the “comfort of their homes” are tweeting.
I don’t have any more comments to add at it, I think the pictures are telling their own stories. Now, It is all yours.

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