Two tweets by Cuban dissident blogger and photographer Yusnaby Perez clearly illustrate the massive divide that stands between the Cuba belonging to the criminal apartheid regime of the Castro dictatorship and the Cuba the rest of the Cuban people are left with.
— Yusnaby Pérez (@Yusnaby) July 22, 2014
Translation: No Cuban is allowed to open a store to sell clothes imported into Cuba. The government holds a monopoly on all imported products.
— Yusnaby Pérez (@Yusnaby) July 27, 2014
Translation: This could be an image of an illegal immigrant in many parts of the world. In Cuba, it is an image of a retired physician.