Rebellion (the lack thereof)Back in 1951, Albert Camus, referring to the “Rebellious Man,” responded perfectly to the ongoing and recurring question that asks: Why don’t Cubans revolt? Or this other question, which puts it in a much simpler way: Are Cubans the most cowardly people on the face of the earth?:
“Rebellion is an act carried out by an informed man who is conscious of his rights.”
We have to recognize that Castroism understood Camus very well.