Cuban students expelled for shouting anti-dictatorship slogans

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Cuba: Students Shout Slogans Against the Dictatorship and are Expelled from their School

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Three young students from the  Camilo Cienfuegos Secondary Level School in Bayamo, Cuba, were expelled for screaming slogans against the Castro dictatorship, according to various dissident sources on the island.

Magaly Otero Suarez, independent journalist from “Hablemos Press”, shared the facts on the website of this independent press agency.  From the city of Holguin, dissident Caridad Caballero Batista also narrated the events, in accordance with declarations by dissident Felix Rivero Cordobi, resident of Bayamo, where the protest occurred.

According to the reports, the three students are Yanier Miranda, Saylen Rodríguez and Yuniel Gamboa Tamayo and they are 14 years old.  They began to shout slogans against the communist regime, according to Caridad Caballero.  Among the phrases shouted were “Down with Fidel” and “Fidel killed Camilo Cienfuegos”. It “occurred right in the middle of morning announcements, when all students and professors of the school were at the same place“, added the dissident.

Felix Rivero Cordobi added that as soon as the spontaneous protest came to an end, “the students were immediately taken to the main offices of the school along with their parents, where they were analyzed and the officials decided to expel them from the school.  They opened an expedient for the three students in order to begin a rehabilitation process in a school for minors“.

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1 thought on “Cuban students expelled for shouting anti-dictatorship slogans”

  1. Have the whole school, town, and the whole damn island say the same thing in unison and I want to see what office and personal is big enough to proses them all for “rehabilitation” (or even have the balls to dare try).

    A as result have the entire island quit and not move a finder for the sake of a fraudulent/unrepresentative state and in just months you’ll see who is expelling who.

    Sadly such thing only happens through a leader with exposure and access to the masses (something that will never happen under any totalitarian regime for they know that’s their warrantied end) or through sheer spontaneousness as soon as the sparks appear which is something not seen since the Maleconazo because, well, since then many rather behave in hopes of winning those lottery visas, preserve those connections that allow them to enter cafes (in their own nation), and use those legal Yankee dollars sent from Miami to buy new clothes (from the state owned foreign currency-only stores).

    Or better yet, the new one, be permitted to go to Miami for some months, get $10,000 from a relative and then go back, tremendous. The decay has sure gone far as this was inconceivable just some years ago. It’s not that hard to be a slave-master with suckers like that and with an “enemy state” that fosters it all, I’ll say that.

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