A Cancerous Cuban in La Pequeña Habana

Many American voters who campaigned for 2016 Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders are hyperventilating and experiencing withdrawal symptoms with the election of President Donald J. Trump. As a self-proclaimed socialist, Bernie and his supporters have trouble adjusting to an administration that wants to “make America great again.” The failed socialist policies of redistribution of wealth and leading-from-behind foreign policies have been relegated to recycling centers throughout the country – where they rightfully belong. And there are many socialist sympathizers in foreign countries who fear the coming of Armageddon with President Trump in the Oval Office. Their dream of world-government run by the United Nations is over, and many can only find comfort in their socialist prophets like Ernesto Che Guevara.

Below, you’ll find a Cuban by the name of Michael Martínez from La Pequeña Habana in Miami who Sandra Peebles, a reporter from Univision 23, interviewed recently. He is wearing a T-shirt bearing the logo of the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FSLN) – a left-wing political party in El Salvador – and waving a Che Guevara flag to protest the alleged tyranny imposed by President Trump. Naturally, Martínez masquerades his Machiavellian intentions by advocating for the alleged plight of immigrants who have came to the United States illegally. He refers to Cuban-Americans who disagree with his assessment not as members of the “historic exile,” but as a members of “la gusanera de Miami” (nest of maggots from Miami, a pejorative for Cuban-Americans who embrace a hardline posture against Communist Cuba).”

Martínez passionately dislikes President Trump because he labels him as a tyrant and a fascist. He ignores the fact that these definitions are better suited for the Castro Brothers who have oppressed the Cuban population for over fifty-seven years. But when has the truth mattered to socialists, communist, and anarchists?

See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akU5erWbDhI