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BREAKING NEWS: Cuban official admits press freedoms are limited in Cuba

Okay, it is not really breaking news; everyone knows this whether they have the courage and decency to admit it or not. But it is always interesting if not entertaining to watch a Castro dictatorship official squirm and writhe in pain whenever they address issues regarding liberty. It is so reminiscent of "Cuba Experts" engaged in their daily routine of equivocating the atrocities of the Castro dictatorship and justifying their vile actions.

Via Latin American Herald Tribune:

Cuban VP Admits “Limitations” Exist on Press

HAVANA – Cuba’s senior vice president admitted that “limitations” exist on the work of the press on the island, Communist Party daily Granma said Wednesday.

Miguel Diaz-Canel, who moved into the post of first vice president in February, spoke with reporters during a tour through the central province of Ciego de Avila and “admitted that limitations exist on the work of the press professionals.”

“But he issued a call to perfect the work of the media, from a scientific, innovative, revolutionary perspective in the face of the challenges imposed by the ideological subversion that (Cuba’s) enemies are unleashing against the country,” the newspaper added.

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3 comments to BREAKING NEWS: Cuban official admits press freedoms are limited in Cuba

  • asombra

    Scientific? You mean like Marxism? Hilarious. Innovative? Like the ossified, sclerotic gerontocracy that runs Cuba? Side-splitting. Get this guy a spot on Jay Leno, or better still, on Letterman. What a fucking tool.

  • maristas60

    They really know how to run out the clock for the next group of junior Marxist dictators to take over veiled in democracy.

  • ranavy33

    "ideological subversion" being unleashed. I love it. Quite a compliment for us. I'm thinking T-shirts with that slogan.