Of course, it’s 2017, not 1955…
Meditate on the image above for a while.
Take your time. Keep coming back to it all day long.
It should help you survive the day, one of the darkest and most loathsome on the calendar for all freedom-loving Cubans.
As novelist L. P. Hartley put it, back around the time that Carteles magazine issue came out in Cuba, the past is a foreign country.
For us Cubans, our own country B.C. (Before Castro) is not just a foreign country, but another dimension, now unreachable, unrecoverable.
The Castro dynasty destroyed Cuba and turned it into Castrogonia, a labyrinth of ruins where every Cuban is a slave and every tourist is a noble with special priviliges.
Today marks the anniversary of that fateful transition. Fifty-eight years since Cuba was killed.
Aaaaaaay! Santa Mierda.
Contemplate the image above.
The Castro dynasty destroyed Cuba, but it could not obliterate the spirit of the Cuban people reflected in that image.
They also couldn’t destroy our memories, or the joy they bring to us.
Contemplate the image below too. It should help you think good thoughts about 2017.
Sic transit gloria Castri.
Happy New Year. Feliz Año Nuevo….