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“We should make a tourist package for those who say that the blockade does not exist. I can give the first class.” – Via La Joven Cuba / #UnBlockCuba

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We are victims of the #blockade when we are inside of Cuba and also when we are outside, even foreigners who visit our country are victims of the #blockade. A few minutes ago I was victim again of the blockade and the ironic thing is that it was on the Internet, when supposedly from the outside they want to help us connect “freely”.

The internet in Cuban universities is free and for that we have a monthly fee that we have to “control” so as not to exhaust it before the end of the month. Any tool that allows us to save data will then be well received. The Bandwitch Hero extension is one of the most interesting because it can be used in both Chrome and Firefox. I decide to install it and then the following message appears:



#FactsMatter – the subversion from the networks /Internet wars: #US plans to overthrow the #Cuban #Revolution


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– March 17, 1960:

Then U.S. President, Dwigth D. Eisenhower, approved the so-called Program of Covert Action, designed to destroy the Cuban Revolution. Among other aspects, the CIA was tasked with setting up a radio station broadcasting political propaganda. On May 17, 1960, 1160 khz frequency Radio Cuba Libre (Radio Swan) was picked up for the first time on the island.

– September 22, 1981:

President Ronald Reagan singed executive order 12323, establishing the “Presidential Commission on Broadcasting to Cuba,” tasked with developing a recommended plan for radio broadcasting intended for transmission to Cuba, such as Radio Martí.

– May 20, 1985:

Radio Martí hits the airwaves for the first time, as part of a plan by the staunchly anti-Cuban Ronald Reagan administration, to launch an illegal radio station able to reach the island and incite a popular uprising against the Revolution.

– March 27, 1990:

Following the failure of subversive radio schemes, TV Martí was launched, costing the U.S. taxpayer millions of dollars and violating international norms. Dubbed “the TV no one watches,” the signal was effectively blocked by Cuban authorities across the entire island.

– 2004:
The Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba or Plan Bush is created by the George W. Bush administration to identify additional ways to hasten an overthrow of the “Cuban regime.”
Regarding technology, the plan proposes, among other things to “Encourage willing third-country governments to create public access Internet facilities in their missions in Cuba.”
Other initiatives included expanding “the distribution of information and facilitate pro-democracy activities,” and “Greater access to these types of equipment” in order to do so.

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#Cuba Hotels With A View -10 Of The Best – Via Beyond the Ordinary

Havana Hotels With A View

When I first visited Cuba, way back in the mid-90s, if you wanted a hotel with a view in Havana you were pretty much restricted to hotels in the Vedado & Miramar neighbourhoods, most notably the iconic Hotel Nacional.

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From the saying 2 the fact there is a great stretch ! – Bolsonaro closes #MoreDoctors & leaves 2 his fate the #Cuban professionals who stayed in #Brazil Via Miradas Cuba


Related – More Doctors

Automatically Translation /

The government of Jair Bolsonaro is preparing to permanently close More Doctors, a project designed by the Workers Party in 2013 to bring health care to the most remote areas of Brazil, and in which thousands of Cuban doctors participated.

The federal government decided to close the program and replace it with a new one , which is still being planned and will be presented “soon,” Mayra Pinheiro, secretary of Labor and Education at the Brazilian Ministry of Health, told the press on Wednesday. 

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#Cuba’s day always dawns “Restore services, collect debris, care for victims, plan, and organize donations, give priority to the most vulnerable” @DiazCanelB #FuerzaHabana #FuerzaCuba

Original Post  Granma + Mesa Redonda /Round Table

“Restore services, collect debris, care for victims, plan, and organize donations, give priority to the most vulnerable ” were lines of action emphasized by Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, during his comments on the television program Mesa Redonda, devoted yesterday to the recovery underway, following the January 27 tornado that hit Havana .

The President said that Army General Raúl Castro and José Ramón Machado Ventura, first and second secretaries of the Communist Party of Cuba, respectively, are attentive to progress being made in recovery efforts.

“We are going to pick ourselves up, because in Cuba, as the song says, the day always dawns after the darkest night, because we are continuity,” he said.

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“Casa del Abuelo” in Guanabacoa welcomes 60 people affected by the twister on January 27 – Canal Habana Youtube – #FuerzaCuba #FuerzaHabana

Related / Grandpa’s House

Translation + Resume / They have treated us very well.

The solidarity and the strength that the Cuban has to overcome the adversities has been imposed.

They have received donations for the delivery of which there has been no obstacle on the authorities in opposition on  what some media want to show.

The rocking of the armchairs with their elders has been mixed with the rattle of colored pencils. An art gallery sponsors the smallest ones housed in the place, they have become a great family that shares the fears that the unpredictable phenomenon  leave them and they reflect in their drawings.

Although the family has grown grandpas do not stop receiving their daily food, which now share with those who suffered the loss of their homes

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The arms of Havana : In Cuba, nobody is left in distress /#StrengthHavana #FuerzaHabana #FuerzaCuba / In images, recovery efforts to return to normal areas affected by the #HavanaTwister #Solidarity #UnblockCuba

Images from Cubadebate + Cenesex

This is Cuba, the one that the media doesn’t show us, the one that battles against the most powerful country in the world without fears or half-tongues, with a blockade imposed for more than 60 years that leads to suffocate it, tire it, confuse it.

And these are the Cubans, who show us that with a pair of arms and a heart full of love for their land, their brothers and sisters can lift up #Havana from the rubble.

Proud to be #Cuban / From the original “Si yo no fuera #Cubano ” Granma #Cuba / #UnBlockCuba #FuerzaCuba

Related –  The proud to be cuban

Automatically Translate 

If I were not Cuban, how many things I would have lost, how much Creole substance, how much laughter and handshakes.

If the stork had thrown me in other latitudes, I would not have grown up with the doors of my house always open in the middle of a rural, quiet and picturesque neighborhood.

I would not have graduated from college without paying a penny.

I would be missing the pictures next to Jose Marti at school, the memory of the  parents tying blue or red scarves around their young childrens necks the euphoria of the neighbourhood after the Stevenson’s fulminating knockout on the prominent and squarejaw yankee Duanne Bobbick, who was nicknamed “The withe hope” and, hope at last, it was eaten by the goat.

If I were not Cuban, I would have ignored the collective joy that is woven around a large pot full of broth in the middle of the street.

I would not know the clatter of dominoes under an almond tree, nor would I have memories of the “Buey Cansao” of the Van Van, the “Nueva Trova”, Palmas y cañas” or even the meteorological statement of Dr. José Rubiera, known in my town as the Hurricane Hunter

If I were not Cuban I would not have applauded Fidel whenever the carapacho sounded to the characters from the North, I would never have premiered a guayabera and probably did not know anything about the ball, staying out of the crowd when Antonio Muñoz the ball burst and Bobby Salamanca shouted at the top of his lungs: “Goodbye, Lolita of my life.” I would not know the congrí, nor the pig roasted in a plectrum.

If I were not Cuban, I could get up early and not drink coffee, I would always speak softly, I would not joke in the most unexpected places, I would not engage in improvised conversations with any stranger at the bus stop, I would not ask the neighbors for salt, I would not donate blood voluntarily, I would know a little less solidarity, I would not go to hospitals for free, I would not have children protected by free vaccines, I would not pay attention to the Virgin of Charity, to the stamps of San Lazaro or to the offerings left in the trunks of the ceibas.

I would ignore the joy to make a constitution and have the right to vote for it, and above all and live in people strongher tha a twister.

I would never have learn than you van live with less but with more pride, that you can block anything but the smile and the desire to live witout pride.

#FactsMatter / 5 facts about the recovery of Havana #FuerzaCuba #FuerzaHabana

700 cleaning teams / Gov, students, artists, athletes, members of the cuban civil society that have not hesitate to go to the affected regions to give their direct support.

Only Five days were needed by Cuban linemen and electricians to recover practically all the electric service in the areas hit by the tornado. Raúl García Barreiro, Minister of Energy and Mines, said recently that the electric service has been restored almost entirely and only some specific places that will be solved in the next hours will remain without electricity.

8 provinces sent brigades of electrical workers to strengthen the recovery in Havana. “The Habaneros thank with deep love and respect the enormous sacrifice that you linemen have made,” said Luis Antonio Torres Iríbar, first secretary of the Party in the capital, in the farewell ceremony to the linemen’s contingent of Pinar del Río, Matanzas, Mayabeque, Artemisa, Ciego de Ávila, Cienfuegos, Villa Clara and Sancti Spíritus, according to the newspaper Granma.

1200 Etecsa workers help in the recovery of the service in the most affected municipalities, such as October 10, Regla and Guanabacoa. About 13,000 customers had been affected. On Saturday, 65% had been restored, according to Communications Minister Jorge Luis Perdomo Di-Lella.

196 patients from the Hijas de Galicias Hospital,  were evacuated in record time and in the rain, after the tornado affected the installation.

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