Cuban dictatorship whines about ‘vile and organized’ freedom of expression at Miami baseball game

From our Bureau of Thin-Skinned Latrine American Dictatorships with some assistance from our Bureau of Major League Tantrums

Castro, Inc.’s Ministerio de Berrinches and Pataletas threw a major league tantrum yesterday, spewing complaints about the freedom of expression allowed to Cuban exiles at LoanDepot Park in Miami during the USA/Cuba baseball game.

How dare they express themselves! Such behavior is totally unacceptable. And, worse than that, those churlish Cuban exiles “destabilized” the players on the Cuban team with all of their yelling and their “down with the dictatorship” banners. This rude behavior traumatized the Cuban team so much that they lost their nerve as well as the game. Yes, it was the “vile” behavior of the exiles that caused the embarrassing 14-2 blowout

Awwwww. Such brutes, those Miami Cubans. Well, you know what Jean-Jacques Rousseau would say: “You can take the savage out of the jungle, but you can’t take the jungle out of the savage.”

From Granma Euro-Lite (Reuters)

Cuba on Wednesday slammed Miami authorities and baseball officials for allowing what it called “vile and organized” attacks against its players at the semi-final of the World Baseball Classic last week.

Sunday’s game matched the U.S. team against Cuba at LoanDepot Park in Miami, a city that is home to the largest population of Cuban Americans in the United States, as well as many of the most vocal opponents to Cuba´s communist-run government.

Cuba´s foreign ministry, in a statement on Wednesday, hailed the performance and professionalism of the U.S. team, which beat the Cubans in a 14-2 blowout, but said hazing of its players had put Cuba at an unfair disadvantage.

“With the clear purpose of destabilizing our players, repeated acts of various kinds were carried out against them, against the delegation that accompanied them, and against fans in the stadium,” the statement said.

During the game, fans behind home plate repeatedly raised banners, including one that read “Down with the Dictatorship,” in reference to the administration of Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel. Three times protesters ran out onto the field, disrupting play before being tackled by stadium security.

Cuba said players and their families were also attacked by people throwing objects at them and shouting vulgarities.

“The rules of order and conduct established by the stadium were not enforced,” the statement read. It also alleged “the apparent complicity of certain representatives and personnel of that sports facility and local authorities, particularly those in charge of order and security.”

Continue reading HERE