34 del Passeig de Gràcia: Shame’s address in Barcelona
The address 34 del Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona is, in my opinion — and I assume in the opinion of many others — shame’s address. On this emblematic boulevard in the capital of Catalonia is where the Castro regime has an office. At its entrance, the freedom of expression by Cubans and non-Cubans has been limited. Every single day an infinite number of unjust acts take place inside that building, and regulations are enforced that go completely against the Declaration of Human Rights.
From those general quarters of Castroism in Catalonia, slogans are distributed and orders are given to yell “viva Fidel and Raul” to the local cells that collaborate with them. For these reasons and many more, my stomach turns every time I pass that section of Passeig de Gràcia. Luckily, life in freedom continues around that area.
It is there that this Monday at 10 am, a protest will take place by Cuban exiles organized by Francisco Sau Boix “Mambí.” I hope that one day soon, rather than a protest, a party will be celebrated in front of this address so we can all cheer a free Cuba.
The following video is one Mambí created as an account of what took place yesterday in front of number 34, a building occupied by an illegal government.