6 thoughts on “Real ladies”

  1. That scene is reminiscent of the civil rights marches in the American South in the 1960s. Where are Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Maxine Waters, and other Castro-loving hypocrite, showboat, ambulance-chasing African American civil rights leaders who made solidarity with Nelson Mandela but not with these courageous Afro-Cuban protesters? Such is the Cuban struggle for centuries: always fighting without prominent allies.

  2. The lady in the right with the Marti t-shirt was “featured” in another anti-Ladies protest a while back. She is like the rest of them, professional castroites with nothing else to do but to harrass.
    You also have to wonder how many of these idiots are out there in Cuba. Based on this lady’s repeat performance, I get the impression it’s the same 20-30 clowns every time. Sad.

  3. No doubt there are repeat offenders, but a big part of Cuba’s problem, from the very beginning, was that there were too many bad Cubans–at least enough to tip the balance in favor of evil. Sooner or later, Cuban society is going to have to deal with a lot of very dirty laundry. The “revolution” was not carried out just by Castro and a few of his close associates. They had LOTS of help.

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