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The virulent racism of Cuba’s Castro dictatorship

It is a well known and documented fact the Congressional Black Caucus would rather overlook and few journalists have the courage to address: The racist Castro regime in Cuba harbors intense and virulent hatred towards black Cubans. They simply despise blacks and consider them subhuman, even gorilla-like. The latest propaganda animation from the dictatorship's studios proves this beyond a shadow of a doubt.

Via Capitol Hill Cubans:

Castro's Launch Racist Attack Against Berta Soler

The Castro regime has released a racist video, where it depicts the leader of The Ladies in White, Berta Soler, who is Afro-Cuban, as some sort of "ignorant gorilla" character.

The Ladies in White are a peaceful democracy movement composed of the wives, daughters, mothers and relatives of Cuban political prisoners.  Many of its members are Afro-Cuban.

This video (below)  is part of the Castro regime's efforts to smear courageous pro-democracy leaders Berta Soler and Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez.

This racist video should be condemned internationally.

Berta Soler en Madrid, el jueves. Foto: Joan Antoni Guerrero
Berta Soler
Photo: Joan Antoni Guerrero Val at Punt de Vista

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