Ileana Ros Lehtinen: Massive Crackdown in Cuba With The Unjust Arrests of Antunez, Yris Perez Aguilera, Berta Soler, Angel Moya, and Dozens More

From the offices of U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL): Jun 11, 2014 Massive Crackdown in Cuba With The Unjust Arrests of Antunez, Yris Perez Aguilera, Berta Soler, Angel Moya, and Dozens More, Says Ros-Lehtinen “The only thing that totalitarian thugs in Havana are interested in is prolonging their stay in power and continuing to deny … Read more

Hope and Change in Obama’s Cuba: More than 75 human rights activists violently arrested on Sunday for peaceful march

Yesterday was Sunday in Cuba, which means Obama’s new friends — the apartheid Castro regime — unleashed another wave of violent repression against peaceful human rights activists and dissidents on the island. When the day was done, more than 75 peaceful human rights activists had been violently arrested. This past Sunday, however, held even more … Read more

Violent political arrests in Cuba precede the apartheid Castro regime’s embassy opening in the U.S.

Belen Marty in PanAm Post: Cuba Opens Embassy in the Shadow of More Political Arrests DC Ceremony Marks No Change in the Regime’s Human-Rights Abuses “With or without the embassy, the Cuban government will continue to do whatever they want.” These words from Berta Soler, leader of the Ladies in White democratic opposition, have been … Read more

On eve of reopening embassy in U.S., Cuba’s apartheid dictatorship violently arrests more than 60 peaceful dissidents

If you ever wondered what Obama’s Hope and Change Cuba policy looks like, here is yet another bloody example: While the Obama administration celebrated the opening of the Cuban embassy today in Washington D.C. in its latest capitulation to the apartheid Castro dictatorship, just hours earlier, Cuban State Security celebrated another Sunday of violent repression … Read more

Obama’s Hope and Change Cuba policy turns into ‘Choke and Pain': 120 peaceful dissidents violenty arrested on Sunday

President Obama might consider his policy of appeasement towards Cuba’s apartheid regime as Hope and Change, but for the island’s peaceful dissidents, the only thing they have seen since Obama surrendered to the apartheid Castro dictatorship is Choke and Pain. For the 13th consecutive Sunday, Castro State Security launched another wave of violent repression against non-violent … Read more

Reports from Cuba: ‘If you keep bothering me, I’ll have them call the police,’ says Cardinal Jaime Ortega

By Ivan Garcia: “If You Keep Bothering Me, I’ll Have Them Call the Police,” Says Cardinal Jaime Ortega Diplomacy does not seem to be Cardinal Jaime Ortega’s strongpoint. The archbishop of Havana behaved badly to a group of anti-Castro activists who were distributing a statement on a proposed amnesty law for political prisoners to diplomats … Read more

Hope and Change in Obama’s Cuba: 563 violent political arrests in June, 2,822 arrests in 2015

For Cuba’s peaceful dissidents and human rights activists, Obama’s Hope and Change policy towards the island’s brutally repressive apartheid dictatorship has literally translated into Choke and Pain. From January of this year (less than two weeks after Obama’s announcement in December the U.S. would unilaterally surrender to the Castro regime’s demands) to June, Cuba’s totalitarian … Read more

Cuba’s Havana Archbishop, Cardinal Jaime Ortega, threatens and attacks dissidents again

For the umpteenth time, Cuba’s Cardinal Jaime Ortega shows his corruption and iniquity. And for the corresponding umpteenth time, the Vatican and the Pope (current and past) will do absolutely nothing about it. May God have mercy on them. Via Diario Las Americas (my translation): ‘You all get your information from worm-infested Miami’ A group … Read more

Reports from Cuba: The lives of opposition leaders have their names on the government’s blacklist

By Angel Santiesteban in Translating Cuba: The Lives Of Opposition Leaders Have Their Names On The Government’s Blacklist Ángel Santiesteban-Prats, 3 June 2015If the Cuban dictatorship has an enemy, it is themselves, as an institution of evil. After committing their outrages, the injustices and atrocities carried out by their henchmen who commit the atrocities they are … Read more