#NuestroMarti a short film documentary on the life of Cuban National hero Jose Marti and uses the magic of virtual reality to bring his story to life. The film looks at how cities like New York, Tampa and Havana shaped his poetry and philosophy and explores the city of his birth.
Dr. Eusebio Leal Spengler, Cuban Historian of the Havana and Ambassador of good will of the UN masterfully recounts some passages of the life of the national hero.
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Yesterday, at The New York Times Travel Shows, John McAuliff, Executive Director & Founder of The Fund for Reconciliation & Development (Cuba/US People to People Partnership), conducted a seminar to share their knowledge and passion on the latest informations on flights, accommodations, cruises and legal updates to find out what Us people need to know about traveling to Cuba.
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Fairy Tales About NGOs & Subversions (Part II)
In October 2016, the Cuban site Cubadebate presented an article in which it revealed that the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) finances a set of projects for subversion against Cuba including the support of the Cubanet and Diario de Cuba social networking sites , both stimulate in their profile the anti-Cuban policy developed by the US in its purpose of discrediting the Cuban revolution.
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Counter-Cuban-Revolution Campaigns have always more media impact on the networks and the press than the truth behinds them. The origin it is clear, is manufactured from the outside to intended to oversize an “opposition” that is clearly insignificant and isolated from the current Cuban reality.
The well-paid mercenaries (expect our second article on the subversive war against the island ) do not claim inalienable rights for Cubans, but access to the WI-FI as a basic need (even when Cuba is immersed in a franc process of transformation of its society in despite of the Us Blockade) they treated ignoring that 4.5 billion people, which means that two-thirds of the world’s population don’t have access to the world’s largest source of information and data or which its more important and heartrending MORE than 900 MILLIONS peoples in the world live without access to drinking water.
Sincerely, we find it so absurd to hear someone call an international campaign with the name of the non-inspire and insipid phrase “I love WI-FI”, when in our country we are still struggle for women’s rights, indigenous minorities, displaced & immigrants …..
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Original Text: Curiosities of Cuban tourism: Yemayá attracts travelers By Roberto F. Campos * Latin Press
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Tourists from all over the world are impressed by religious dances of African origin that highlight Cuba’s colorful folklore, claiming details of island traditions.
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Imported Text – Write by Eduardo Rothe -Venezuelan professor and journalist
The Great Northern Republic finally emerges from the sinister 20th Century, and is part of the great revolution of the millennium that awakens in Europe and already walks through Latin America.
Trump marks the beginning of a time that will go beyond the populism of his inaugural speech: “January 20, 2017 will be remembered as the day when the people returned to rule in this nation” because “It is not the transition of Power from one president to another, from one party to another … but from Washington DC to the people” “because” What really matters is not which party controls the government, but whether the people control the government or not. “
He will have the time to repent of their words.
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