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The persistence of Cuba’s Castro regime

The constant repetition of blatant falsehoods is a tried and true tactic used by communists and the Castro dictatorship's use of this political ruse is nothing new under the sun. Nevertheless, after fifty-five years of an endless stream of lies and disinformation, one has to be fair and at least give the apartheid Castro regime credit for their persistence.

Via Enrisco (my translation):

Persistence

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vU5czKqd8BQ/U3-A1vUrW0I/AAAAAAAAEww/wNvVEHqV2AM/s1600/Pedroortizcabrera.jpgPedro Ortiz Cabrera

I know it is not news but you have to give the (reformists and tolerant, I know) Cuban authorities an award for persistence. In spite of the fact it was established from the very beginnint that : 1) the death of Peruvian embassy guard Pedro Ortiz Cabrera on April 1st, 1980 was caused by being shot by other guards (accidentally) as they machine gunned the bus that crashed into the embassy; 2) that those who were on the bus were NOT armed; here is the article from Ecured that says:

"On April 1st, 1980, a group of antisocial individuals forcibly entered the Peruvian embassy with the purpose of abandoning the country. The assailants violently crashed a bus into the fence surrounding the diplomatic headquarters and fired upon embassy guard Pedro Ortiz Cabrera, killing him. The authorities at the Peruvian mission received the renowned assassins as heroes."

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