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The Four Pillars of Fraudulent Change in Cuba

Via Notes from the Cuban Exile Quarter:

The Four Pillars of Fraudulent Change in Cuba

One of the reasons that Oswaldo Payá Sardiñas was killed on July 22, 2012 was that he denounced the fraudulent change taking place in Cuba. Former prisoner of conscience Antonio Díaz Sánchez lays out what are the four pillars of this fake change.

Antonio Díaz Sánchez

WHAT IS THE FRAUDULENT CHANGE?

By Antonio Díaz Sánchez, Member of the Coordinating Council of the Christian Liberation Movement
-To deny the existence of the opposition, if not, discredit and deny we have projects and alternatives for peaceful change.

-Compensate the state of exile and humiliation of the Cuban Diaspora with their supposed insertion into the same political system, without rights, that condemns them to their exile status

-Substitute the National Dialogue, we are proposing, for a negotiation that is high level, exclusive, elitist and without transparency.

-Lowering the dignity of Cubans spreading slander they do not want, nor deserve, political rights but allegedly only aspire to live better economically.

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