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Pro-democracy youth in Cuba support U.S. sanctions against Castro dictatorship

This is the kind of stuff that makes the "Cuba Experts" cringe and the mainstream media cover their ears. The young leaders of Cuba's pro-democracy movement support U.S. sanctions against Cuba's apartheid Castro dictatorship because they know that you do not defeat the monster that torments you by feeding it.

This week, TV Marti ran a special on U.S. sanctions policy toward Cuba.

It contains the testimony of courageous young Cuban democracy activists, including Yaremis Flores, Danilo Maldonado ("El Sexto"), Sayli Navarro, Lienys Moya and San Miguel Molina -- all of whom stressed the importance for the U.S. not to lift sanctions at this time.

These are the voices of young Cuban democracy activists, who have put their blood, sweat, tears and lives on the line for freedom and democracy.

H/T Capitol Hill Cubans

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