Carlos Saladrigas wants to help the Castro dictatorship

In an interview with EFE, Cuban American businessman Carlos Saladrigas, an apologist for the Castro dictatorship, puts forth a vision that no matter how you try to spin it, the intention and end result is helping the Cuban dictatorship remain in power.

Here are a few choice excerpts from the interview (my translation):

Cuban businessman Carlos Saladrigas, a prominent figure in the Cuban exile community in the U.S., opines that the diaspora should climb aboard the “trains” of change in Cuba, where he believes “important steps” are being taken, although he would like them to be more extensive, faster, and more profound.

“If one wants to have influence or be part of a solution, they have to be part of the process… “


“Rapprochement by the diaspora is important. Cubans on the outside are part of this country (…) We have the right and the duty to play a role and contribute to the future.”


“It is fine that they [the Cuban dictatorship] asks for five or eight more years of sacrifice, but they should allow the promised land to be seen, to see what it looks like (…) The people deserve a more serious and profound explanation.”

You can read the entire sickening EFE interview (in Spanish) HERE.

H/T Jorge P. and Tania M.

1 thought on “Carlos Saladrigas wants to help the Castro dictatorship”

  1. He does? You don’t say. As for the “diaspora,” he may be belong to it, but I don’t, so I’m afraid it’s not my issue. And by the way, is it me, or does he look like a fatter, dumber Lenin?

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