Fourteen-year-old Cuban boy put in charge of spying on all his relatives and neighbors

Oscarito Águila Sarduy at his post

From our Bureau of Great Socialist Leaps Forward in Brainwashing

Imagine having this brainwashed little robot as your neighbor. Or worse, as your nephew or cousin or brother. Imagine the absolute worst: being one of his parents.

Ay, Dios mio!

Abridged and loosely translated from CiberCuba

Havana is not Ekaterinburg, but it already has its child prodigy taken from the old mold of the new man. His name is Oscarito and he chairs the CDR “Camilo Cienfuegos”, of the Plaza de la Revolución municipality.

According to Cubadebate, the story of Oscar Águila Sarduy is that of a boy with a passion for revolutionary doctrine. The murals, national dates, work plans, assemblies and Red Sundays delight this young man who, at just 14 years old, has achieved the record of becoming president of the Committee for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) from the Havana neighborhood of La Timbita.

If Ekaterinburg had its Pavlik Morózov, an example of a new man dedicated to the great cause of the Soviet State, Havana has managed to crystallize this homunculus who helps the Finita coordinator to put up posters – of revolutionary propaganda, of course – to collect the CDR , to the “problem of shelters” in hurricane season and to collect raw materials.

If for little Morózov love for the Soviet State was a more important virtue than love for family, for Oscarito “the best ideological work I can do is serve the community, help people find solutions to their problems, that in short, they are problems that directly or indirectly affect all the residents of the neighborhood ”.

So much was the pioneer Morozov’s love for communist ideals that he denounced his father as corrupt. Oscarito has not had that opportunity to show his fervor, but he has shown absolute determination when it comes to his vocation. “I’m going to do this because I like it, you are not going to take away the idea that I have,” he told Finita until he managed to be the youngest president and coordinator of the CDRs in the country….

… Oscarito is “very focused on improving himself academically and serving his community.” Time to have fun? No, thanks. “I prefer to serve than to be playing and doing children’s things, even if I am a child. For me there is nothing more beautiful than having a childhood and adolescence in this way, and when I grow up to say ‘I served my Revolution since I was little and my effort helped improve the life of the neighborhood.’

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  1. At least Elián has the excuse he was deliberately brainwashed. This kid must be seriously fucked up.

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