If it’s the weekend, then it’s time to beat up some Cuban women.
That’s the way it’s been for Castro State Security ever since the Normalization Circus set up its tents in Castrogonia, and that’s the way it was again this past Saturday.
Members of one of Cuba’s many dissident groups were harassed by Castronoid State Security agents and violently expelled from the nation’s most sacred Catholic shrine.
Nothing new here. But can anyone with a conscience just move on and ignore this latest outrage?
Of course you can … if your conscience is progressive/liberal and your religion is leftism.
These women are nothing but despicable ingrates who refuse to appreciate all the marvelous benefits bestowed on Cuba’s noble savages by the Castro dynasty.
Loosely translated from Martí Noticias
Cuban women belonging to the pro-democracy Movimiento Dignidad (Dignity Movement) were expelled from the island’s holiest Catholic shrine this Saturday..
Several women belonging to Movimiento Dignidad who had walked 17 kilometers to the shrine of Our Lady of Charity were accosted by Castronoid security agents at the shrine’s hostel and prevented from attentding Sunday Mass.
The women claim that they were violently expelled from the hostel and sent home before they could enter the shrine and attend Sunday Mass.
Yoanna Quesada, one of the women chased away from the shrine, told Martí Noticias that a Castronoid State Security agent named “Enrique” or “Enriquito” ordered the hostel to be surrounded and that she and her companions were threatened and treated roughly (“en forma grosera”) by these agents as they were physically expelled from the hostel.
Quesada also said that the leader of her group, Belkis Cantillo –also a member of the Ladies in White — begged one of the priests at the shrine, Padre Eugenio, to intercede for them, but the priest said that “he couldn’t become responsible for their lives because the repression at work was way too strong.”
Moraima Díaz Pérez, another democracy activist expelled from the shrine, said that Father Eugenio was visibly shaken, and said that he couldn’t allow them to enter the church or even to remain on its steps because they ran the risk of being “tortured, beaten, and imprisoned.”
Quesada stressed the fact they had only come there to pray (“Solo veníamos a la iglesia a rezar”).
Whole story HERE in Spanish, includes voice recordings from victims of this act of repression.
Get more details HERE from Diario de Cuba, also in Spanish. And see YouTube video HERE.