A mother in communist Cuba fights against the indoctrination of her child

Socialism depends on the indoctrination of children in order to perpetuate itself. In Cuba, the communist indoctrination of children begins at an early age, but one mother is fighting back.

Mamela Fiallo Flor reports in ADN America:

One Cuban mother’s struggle against communist indoctrination

Every member of the opposition is committing the so-called crime of ‘counterrevolution’

Under totalitarian regimes, individuals are no longer legal subjects. Punishment is collective, which means that political persecution can extend to the family members of the accused. Since only one political party, the Communist Party, is legal in Cuba, parents are punished if they do not want their children indoctrinated by the regime.

Every member of the opposition is ostensibly committing the so-called crime of ‘counterrevolution’, the latest case involves the arrest of a seven-year-old girl. Her crime: being the daughter of a mother who opposes the regime.

ADN América contacted the girl’s mother, libertarian activist Marisol Peña Cobas. She explained that her daughter, Katerin Layla Pérez Peña, 7 years old, was detained and interrogated in the province of Camagüey. She described how they kept her playing for a long time, and then, suddenly she was asked if her mother was good to her and if she knew who the Cuban president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, was.

“They came to my house at around 9:00 in the morning in a police car to look for the girl, who was at school, under the pretext that it was to interrogate her. They interrogated her without my consent, despite my opposition and I did not sign the permit,” the mother told ADN. “She was interrogated without my presence for around two hours, by a MININT (Minister of Interior) official, a prosecutor, and a psychologist.

According to its official page, MININT is the body of the Central State Administration and is designated to organize, execute and control the application of the policy of the Cuban Communist Party, the State, and the government regarding Security of the State and the Internal Order.

That means that MININT is in charge of persecuting opponents of the regime.

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