From our Bureau of Colossal Hypocrites and Potential Spies with assistance from our Bureau of Uncontrolled Migrations
In the long history of the Castro dictatorship many Cubans who were rabid Castronoids have joined the diaspora, not just here in the U.S., but also in Europe and Latrine America.
Many of these Castronoids end up working as spies (some of whom have escaped detection) or as propagandists.
Meet the newest member of this gang. Unsurprisingly, she was welcomed by family and friends, and posed for photos holding an American flag.
Abridged and loosely translated from Cubanos Por El Mundo
A communist militant, who until yesterday praised the Cuban dictatorship, made her triumphal entry into the US, coming from Nicaragua.
Ivet de la Caridad Rivera Macías was president of the pro-Castro University Student Federation of the University of Holguín. According to her long history of servility to the Havana regime, it is recorded that she was a militant of the Union of Young Communists (UJC).
She was part of the cadre of young people who are one step away from belonging to the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) and that the regime calls “special growth of the PCC.” “She remained in the organization of volunteer work from the municipal committee of the UJC in Yara, and boasted that she was part of the “impact tasks” promoted by communism, to “perfect the [socialist] model.”
This is overwhelming evidence of her repressive and indoctrinating role in eastern Cuba. How, then, does he enter, like Peter, through his house into land of freedom?
Among the graphic evidence that reached our newsroom, Rivera Macías is seen participating in communist acts, carrying images of the dictator Fidel Castro. She was also one of the people who year after year led the commemorations for the physical disappearance of the Liar in Chief. This is confirmed by photographs of an event, organized by the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) in Granma, on November 25.
She was also a permanent guest at the Balance Assembly of the provincial PCC and the Solemn Assemblies of People’s Power in Holguín, where she lived. “Cuba is transforming and is being reborn in each of the new generations,” she said on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the UJC.
For that Castro anniversary, she stated that the UJC has “the grace of having young people who are really willing to defend the economic model that we are defending, which is the socialist model.” She also offered her willingness to assume positions in the political and governmental leadership of the country.
“That the young people of the UJC are at the foot of the cannon showing that the revolution is going to continue, even though the historical generation is no longer running the country”
More HERE, including photos