Cuba’s Castro dictatorship afraid of 3D movies, bans their showing
We all knew the Cuban dictatorship is afraid of its own shadow. Apparently, it is afraid of shadows projected in 3D as well.
No Joke: Castro Doesn't Want Cubans to See 3D
The Castro regime has launched an attack against Cubans who host private 3D movie screenings in their homes.
Apparently, they're afraid the 3D glasses will also magnify Cuba's realities.
These viewings have become a craze in Havana and are widely attended.
As we all know, the Castro regime is afraid of what can happen when large groups of people independently gather.
So, after mandating that 3D viewings are "illegal" due to lack of "artistic quality,"Cuba's Vice-Minister of Culture, Fernando Rojas, also launched the following general warning:
"The principles established in the cultural policies of the Cuban revolution, which regulate cultural institutions, apply the same to CD-DVD vendors, to the owners of home restaurants ('paladares') who hire or invite artists to perform, to movies movie makers and to all the self-employed."
In other words, the only "culture" in Cuba is that approved by the dictatorship.