8 thoughts on “Bookmark this site”

  1. I just added them to my blogroll. The more people who link to them from their sites and blogs, the higher their site will rank in Google and other search engines. The higher they rank, the more people will visit their site. The more people visit their site, the more people will know about them and about what’s really going on in Cuba.

    So anyone reading this, if you have a blog or website, please link to them.

  2. That’s right Castrodeathwatch, that’s what it is all about, sticking together, helping each other out and promoting each other. Like this we could spread the word out to “Everyone”, that’s what it is all about. Great post to Abajo Fidel. Henry, great job for pointing it out to everyone. Outstanding!

  3. I’m really happy to see the they have a webpage as the Internet is the wave of the future for anyone interested in current events now that the printed media thanks to papers like the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune and others which are so blindly leftist are so discredited. More and more people are turning to the Internet as their main source of information. The only thing that bothers me about this webpage is that it is only in Spanish. It should have an English version so that they can reach the American people.

  4. Theirs is a great Web site, especially the interviews with Damas, as conducted by María Ángeles Altozano, with Solidaridad Española con Cuba. (From the looks of things, i.e. the similarity of their Web sites, it looks like SEC helps Damas quite a bit.)

  5. That’s true Ray, they need to do this. Lets all email them and tell them. They are unbelievable though, they amaze me, how much power they have and how they keep their cool. Now we need the Cuban citizens to dress in white and March with them. Let me tell you people, this is a big thing and the Castro regime can’t do anything about it. The world is watching!

  6. I feel for these ladies. I heard one of them speak last Friday on Ninoska’s show on radio Mambi. Cono…..this is good to get the word outside of Miami! I applaud & support their efforts.

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