How low can the propaganda of Cuba’s Castro dictatorship go?
It appears it can descend quite low. Very low. Actually, disturbingly low.
Castro supporters use a Spaniard with Down Syndrome in their campaign for the Cuban 5
The regime in Havana and its operatives in Spain are using a Spanish artist with Down Syndrome to advocate for the release of the five Cuban spies imprisoned in the United States (actually there are four since one is back in Cuba although the regime continues to claim it is five).
The handicapped artist's name is Paco Bernal, who the regime claims visited Cuba in 2004 and it was during that trip when he became an impassioned supporter for the "cause" of the five. It appears that Bernal's actions are controlled by his sister Rosa Bernal.
A short film titled Paco's Revolution has been produced and was shown a few days ago during an event held by the Spanish Communist Party. At the event was Cuba's ambassador to Spain, whose deployment to the Iberian country is set to end soon.