4 thoughts on “Amaury Gutierrez at the Latin Grammys: ‘Down with the dictatorship!’”

  1. It would seem Amaury hasn’t been clued in properly. This sort of intransigence is too “those people,” which is like being too Tea Party. Definitely not the thing if you’re in the entertainment business. It’s perfectly OK to be intransigent, even fanatical, if you’re leftist, but being overtly and unambiguously anti-Castro is not only dubious but risky. You have to at least mix it up more (some Santana here, some Obama there) lest you be written off as a Batista lover (ask Mr. Oliphant). Well, live and learn.

  2. You’re right asombra, as you can hear from the audience that the applause is not so strong.

    Unfortunately the Hollywood and music industry in both the English and Latin markets are full of lefties Che Guevara and Fidel Castro worshipers.

    At least kudos to Amaury for condemning the Castro tyranny at such event. Soon enough he’ll be labelled member of the Miami Mafia.

  3. Can’t think of a better reason to buy his CD’s. What a brave stance, given the pro-communist sentiments rampant throughout the entertainment business, the media, and the castro regime’s lust for revenge and control.

    Paul Vincent Zecchino
    Manasota Key, Florida
    20 November, 2011

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