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Quote of the day – Defying the official narrative

In Fox News Latino, Cuban dissident Guillermo Fariñas addresses U.S. sanctions against the Castro dictatorship and defies the official Castro narrative parroted by most journalists and "Cuba Experts":

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"The U.S. must not lift the embargo in the absence of any real move by the Cuban government to make democratic reforms...  [...] The Cuban government does these things [the recent reforms] to make it seem like it's softening, so that the European Union and the United States can extend it [financial] credit."

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