Cuban mothers defy dictatorship, openly protest lack of food and water

Ungrateful wenches and their sniveling cretins whine and complain in eastern Cuba

From our Bureau of Restless Natives with some assistance from our Bureau of Socialist Equity and Social Justice

While tourists from many nations enjoy all-you-can-eat buffets and all-you-can-drink open bars in Castro, Inc.’s apartheid hotels and resorts, Cuban mothers face the horror of slow starvation and constant thirst for themselves and their children.

Some courageous mothers took to the streets in eastern Cuba over the past weekend to protest the lack of food and water.

How severely will they be punished for their insolence and the ingratitude that fuels it? Selfish wenches. Thinking only of themselves and their sniveling cretins.

Don’t they know the food and water are needed by superior beings who keep the military junta in power?

Loosely translated from CiberCuba

A group of Cuban mothers, residents of Maisí, Guantánamo, protested against the regime and denounced that Díaz-Canel is killing the people of hunger and thirst.

Cuban women took to the streets with their children. They placed empty water tanks in the middle of a road and stood on the road to block traffic.

“We want water! We want food.” They are killing us with hunger and thirst,” the protesters can be heard saying.

Maisí’s women and their young children kept the area isolated until the police arrived to repress the demonstration. Shouts of “Homeland and Life” were heard and moments of stress and violence were experienced.

There was an altercation between the population and law enforcement forces near the La Favela community. The protesters shouted that they do not have food to feed their little ones.

They have not received drinking water service in their neighborhood for more than a week. They placed the plastic tanks on the street empty because they don’t have any water at all. The police easily removed them and opened the traffic for vehicles.

One of the protesters fainted. She was assisted by other women who were protesting against the government, against poverty and precariousness in Cuba.

Continue reading HERE in Spanish, includes video too.

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