The new date on the calendar marks the unusual war the United States is waging against Cuba. Coming up on November 15th. Those seeking to bury socialism on the island will rally again. They did it inside on July 11 but the opposition soon faded. Outside – with its hub in Miami – almost fifty events are planned in about 23 countries. They represent only 12 percent of the 195 states that make up the United Nations. Not so, not so much. Most of these gatherings were held in the cities of the United States and Spain with a historical significance: they were the invading force of 1898 that captured Guantanamo, and funded the mercenary operation in Playa Cron, and the destroyed empire that had colonized their lands for four centuries. This change in Washington numerals is commonly called in diplomatic parlance: interference.
In this intense onslaught, the White House offers the theory of rebellion and vital resources. Circular TC-18-01 is important for understanding this type of operation. It was created in November 2010 in the foothills of Fort Brock, North Carolina. A camp to give its name to a military slave owner and decorated for his role in the war that annexed more than half of Mexican territory in the 19th century. That’s where John F. Kennedy operates a special war center that has laid out a handbook of good instability for governments that do not regulate the White House. The one in Havana tops the list.
Counter-revolutionary groups are once again betting on a date under the slogan “Homeland and Life, Viva Cuba Liber”. They are emboldened by the stability and intensity of the siege and the continuation of the same policy. This is no different from the former president to Donald Trump, who has maintained 243 hostile actions, to Joe Biden. One of the most widespread causes of harm to the Cuban people – especially due to the context of the epidemic – is the sending of $ 1,000 a quarter, the unresolved restrictions on the importation of key medical supplies in the fight against Govt-19, and the decision to allow lawsuits against the island in US courts under Title III of the Helms-Burden Act. This type of interruption has been suspended for 23 years.
The government of Miguel Diaz Colonel responded to the attacks and pointed out that the synchronization of marches inside and outside Cuba seeks to promote change in its political structure. November 15 Havana coincides with the decision to open its borders to tourism “in a messy and orderly manner.” Schools were also opened on the island. The election of that day was not a coincidence for the opposition parties pushed by the US. Ten airports in the country are now ready to operate. From that day on, the frequency of flights and the number of passengers arriving at your hotels will increase.
One of the voices from the island condemning the Washington-funded protests was the voice of Rogelio Polanco Fuentes. A member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party gave a detailed interview with Cuban Television: “Between September 20 and 27, a small group of citizens delivered to the headquarters of the municipalities or provincial governments of the country’s eight provinces. Texts as they announced the decision to hold the supposedly peaceful march. The move was made with a national purpose in clear coordination on the part of its advertisers. ”
He recalled that on October 12, the municipal officials who received the notes responded to the request. “On that occasion, precise arguments were presented about the illegality of the march in correspondence with Articles 56, 45 and 4 of the Constitution.”
The call is illegal for the Cuban government. Polanco concluded: “In an effort to defy provocative promoters and ignore the denial of the authorities, the Attorney General at the Republican headquarters in several provinces launched a warning process against these citizens; He said that if they did not comply with the decision, they would be subject to disobedience, illegal demonstrations, incitement to commit a crime and other offenses provided and permitted under the current criminal law.
Just an hour from Havana, the Miami Cubans will meet on the 15-N, where they will always meet: at the Versalles restaurant. This is the meeting point to commemorate the death of General Fidel Castro – ending five years on November 25 – or wait for the end of the long judicial war waged against the Havana government to keep young Alien Gonzalez united. The states were disappointed to see that he had returned to Cuba on June 28, 2000, and had been acquired as an industrial engineer on his land. At a ceremony in his hometown in 2020, he said, “I will never leave Cuba. I am proud to be the son of Cardenas.”
Many US presidents went to the anti-Castro vote at this famous castle. From Barack Obama to Trump playing his hometown in Miami. The gathering at the Cuban restaurant, which opened in 1971, is marked by its bitter anti-communist and racist rhetoric against the Black Lives Matter movement. Newspaper journalist Christina Morales was quoted as saying The New York TimesOn July 28 this year, Daniel Cleland, an associate professor and political scientist at the University of Texas, commented: “Historically, black Cubans have been invisible in Miami.
The City of the Sun raised Cold War temperatures in the 1960s. The word communism is a very strong symbol on the lips of these radical conservative troops today. According to Polonko Fuentes, opponents of the revolution believe that images like Venezuela’s Guerrero can be found in Havana. The former diplomat in Caracas recalled that there was a statement issued in September 2020 entitled “The Truth Against Venezuela’s Defamation: Data and Evidence of a Sieged Country”. In our country “
Unlike the July 11 events, there is one fact that is now clearly felt. The Cuban government will not be surprised this time. A member of the Cuban CP Secretariat commented: “The real organizer and promoter of the provocation mounted by the US government in November proves it. They do not care to cover it up. Senior government officials are directly involved in its conduct.”
Through CIA tax systems such as the NED and USAID, all kinds of struggles are encouraged in Cuba, although so far there have been no political repercussions. Motivated mobilization from the United States seeks to make the island unmanageable. If your powerful neighbor has something, it costs a lot of money. Millions of dollars were distributed among various companies that would no longer be used for bloody conspiracy or gun boat politics. Unusual War has its style manual. This is the book by American philosopher and political scientist Jean Sharp, who died in 2018: “From Dictatorship to Democracy”. His detractors argue that he looks like the old CIA slanderer.
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