Where is Cuba headed?

A seminar in Miami discussed the future of Cuba and the effect of a courageous pro-democracy opposition battling Marxist indoctrination and an apathetic international community.

El American reports:

‘Hacia Dónde Va Cuba?: Seminar Discusses Cuba’s Future, Featuring Renowned Journalists, Activists

The seminar analyzed the Marxist indoctrination, the uselessness of international organizations, and the intense activism carried out by pro-freedom fighters on the island

Last Thursday, December 16, the seminar ¿Hacia dónde va Cuba? (Where is Cuba headed?) was held at the American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora in the city of Miami, with the participation of different academics, journalists and political activists.

The program began at 5 p.m. local time, with remarks by Frank Zimmerman, director of the Latin American Center for Federalism and Liberty, who made a short introduction about the event, and added what Fidel Castro announced since the beginning of his movement: “Inside the revolution everything, outside the revolution, nothing.”

Among the participants of the event were also María Werlau, director of Archivo Cuba; Enrique García, former intelligence officer of Castroism who defected a couple of decades ago; Juan Bautista Yofre, Argentine journalist and writer; as well as Cuban activist Eliecer Ávila, the director of the video Patria y vida, Asiel Babastro, political scientist Gloria Álvarez, among others.

The secrets of Cuban intelligence

Enrique García during his talk told several anecdotes about the intelligence of the Cuban revolution, narrating the way in which packages of money were bought by undercover agents in different countries of Latin America.

In particular, he spoke of the Bolivian diplomat Marcial Tamayo Saenz, who became the direct link between the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the government of Ronald Reagan. According to Garcia, Castroism paid Saenz $5,000 dollars every month in order to receive intelligence reports from him and to overturn votes in the UN in favor of Cuba.

García also said that the last country where he was on a mission before leaving the intelligence of the Communist Party of Cuba was Ecuador, and added that he was part of the operation in which they bought different Ecuadorian politicians who were in the upper echelons of power, among them Abdalá Bucaram, who would later become president of Ecuador and who received constant payments from Castroism.

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