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The fragile line between the innovative spirit of environmentalism and madness … R U Serious ?


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“You are the first group I tell you about: a solar wall. It makes sense, let’s see, we’re working on it. A solar panel, panels, beautiful. Think about it, the higher it rises the more valuable it will be ” Donald Trump

“Not  My President” has ignored the demands of the international community and the claims of the immense immigrant  community that pushes forward an important part of the United States economy,  with its stubborn idea of ​​spending millions (which could well be destined for better causes as health and education) in building a wall between borders and has refused to subscribe to the “Treaty of Paris” in open defiance by marked and not overlapping economic interests to climate change.

Is he in full exercise of his mental faculties when he speaks of placing solar panels on the wall ? Or will it be that he has used his capacity as an entrepreneur and innovator?

We had already heard some show man joking about the possibility of taking advantage of the unreasonable costs of the wall construction with the placement of condominiums on either side of the border,  something that we found ironically funny and witty …

This absurd reality where we lived since January 20 returns to overcome fiction, so … we claim madness !!!

Ours Tweets & Retweets 4 Today


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#WednesdayWisdom  Gets #Cuba’s Nod 2 Start Cruises #UnblockCuba #Tourism via

#SummerSolstice comes with a #Rainbow included Great Pic 2 #share

@JamieStelter sunny’s first rainbow!


via @cda_dc Just 21% of Floridians think new #Cuba policy will improve life for Cubans, Florida Atlantic University poll shows


via @jmarczak In attempting to isolate Cuba, new policy simply isolates US from rest of the hemisphere. My thoughts in @HuffPost 

#MakeMusic #NYC 5 #Boroughs  Download our “Make Music Day” to find out where 1,000 of free concerts will be popping up around the 5 boroughs on June 21st! @makemusicny

via @hatzelvela #Minnesota Lt. Gov @tinaflintsmith on new #Cuba policy: “…disappointed we can not continue to make progress…”


US Catholic Bishops‏Verified account @USCCB  Bishop Cantú, USCCB Chairman of International Justice and Peace Statement, on Cuba Policy Changes


#WednesdayReads “I can assure Trump that progress in #Cuba has been growing in #s ways” Jerry Sorkin @phillydotcom

#blogshare #PhilandoCastile #CharleenaLyles The Body Count In the #US War vs Black Ppl Continues 2 Rise … via @cal3bg

Sovereignty, Independence and Principles, pending subjects for the current US GOP.

Press Conference by Cuban Foreign Minister 

Last June 16, the President of the United States Donald Trump announced in Miami the policy his government has decided to implement with regard to Cuba.

The Cuban government, meanwhile, issued an official statement. Cuban civil society organizations have also made declarations.

Among others, the President of the United States approved the following measures:

  • the prohibition of economic, commercial and financial relations between U.S. companies and Cuban entities linked to the Ministry of the Revolutionary Armed Forces and the Ministry of the Interior;
  • the prohibition of individual travel by U.S. citizens under the category of “people-to-people” exchanges, and greater monitoring of all travelers;
  • as well as a review of all the programs directed against Cuba’s constitutional order, to supposedly ensure their effectiveness.

Also repealed was the Presidential Directive issued by President Barack Obama in October 2016, which despite being profoundly interventionist, and aimed at changing the constitutional order of the Republic of Cuba, did however recognize our country’s independence, sovereignty, and self-determination; Cuba’s revolutionary government as a legitimate and equal interlocutor, and also proposed a new civilized relationship intended to benefit both peoples.

The Directive, which has now been vacated, also recognized the blockade as a failed policy, which has been unsuccessful, failed to achieve its objectives, and should be eliminated.

Original and complete Press Conference HERE : Cuba will not make concessions essential to its  and , nor will it negotiate its  or accept conditions – by Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, minister of Foreign Relations of Cuba, in Vienna, Austria, June 19, 2017, Year 59 of the Revolution


How the ruling class rules? Blame migrants and refugees. #WorldRefugeeDay

Via @TelesurEnglish


Geographical #paradoxes

cuba eu

MEPs approve EU-Cuba Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement

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👉While the moves away from the is increasingly approaching the Caribbean island 👍Approved 2day by 57 votes in favor the bilateral Dialogue & btwn &

Cuba also exists in the blogosphere


Post by @CubanWindow from the Original Cuban bloggers vs. Trump



Cuba also exists in the blogosphere.

It is the daily testimony and free thought of a nation and a people in all its rich culture of resistance and life.

Precisely because of that patriotism that identifies us as a community, we denounce the recent statements by the President of the United States,  so offensive and insulting toward our people.

Trump brakes, backs off, takes off in history, assumes the worst of positions and was surrounded by subjects with a comprehensive criminal record

The Cuban bloggers:

  • We follow and encourage the rapprochement between the two nations, despite their differences, 
  • we reject the return to the offensive discourse and the politics of the caverns, so often defeated
  • We reprove all intentions of force against the Island, while disqualifying terrorists and cheating politicians as valid interlocutors for Cubans.

President Trump must know that his mandate does not extend to Cuba and his offenses brought back to the “ice age” serve only to reinforce anti-imperialist sentiment, one more reason to unite as Cubans

The road that we have followed and the qualities of the wheel that cross it are legitimate for the popular genesis that has given it life, without pressure of any kind, forged from the people to whom we owe our roots and the incredible history of this land, Which struggles day by day for a better society and for a better world.

Those who wish to join this statement can do so through the various platforms of Social Networks where it has been published or, in their personal pages.

Rafael Cruz. Turquinauta

Karina Brown. Free Space of Cuba

Enrique Ubieta. The Unknown Island

Iroel Sánchez. The Insomniac Pupil

Manuel Henríquez Lagarde. Changes in Cuba

Jorge Á Hernández Pérez. Cuban Ogun

Jorge Jerez. Jorgito for Cuba

Luís E. Ruíz Martínez. Vision from Cuba

Tamara Velázquez. Natural recipes of the Cuban grandmother

Julio César Moreno.Kokacub @

Carlos García CubaEconomy

Susana Acea. A Profe in Centrohabana

Norelys Morales.Islamia

Daniel Guerra. Without Tinsel or Garufa  

Elier Ramirez Cañedo. Dialogar Dialogar

A hard tackle from Raisa Martín Lobo. La Guantanamera

Daynet Rodriguez Sotomayor. Eyes of Cuba

Roberto Suarez Cuba in Photos

Daylin Sord0 Peláez. When no one sees me

István Ojeda. Cuba Left

Making a Splash: The Coney Island Mermaid Parade — Via MAD HATTERS NYC

Throngs of visitors come to New York City every year to watch the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. It’s such a popular event that hotel rooms along the route have the equivalent of “surge pricing” and still manage to sell out way in advance. That kind of fervor can only mean one thing: New Yorkers…

via Making a Splash: The Coney Island Mermaid Parade — MAD HATTERS NYC

Realities: 3 Cuban residents mentioned by Trump in his conference on relations with Cuba, who are they?



” Nothing that is false is neither true nor useful ” Jose Marti

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Trump’s conference on relations with the small island of the Caribbean was fraught with misfortune: the United States anthem was defiantly touched by Luis Haza, the son of Bonifacio Haza, one of the assassins of young revolutionary leader Frank Pais Garcia, a prominent revolutionary cuban fighter.


“To remove, demolish, destroy the colonial system that still prevails, sweep with the bureaucracy, eliminate superfluous mechanisms, extract the true values and implant, according to the peculiarities of our idiosyncrasy, the modern philosophical currents that currently prevail in the world; We aspire not to put patches to get out of step, but to conscientiously and responsibly plan the New Country […] “Frank Pais Garcia

The one who wrote the speech for Trump was defiant and disrespectful, as well as a painful example of someone who is very unhappy about Cuban history.

To make matters worse, the editor chose for the president to name three alleged dissidents “voluntarily” committed to the changes of the politics and social regime that for Cuba we want to impose from here for almost 60 years and now 12 US presidents.

Common characteristics: Mercenaries, annexationists, violent, rejected by the population, ignorant …

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#ChillOut Time: Outdoor #movies in #NYC


Bryant Park, NYC

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Forget the movie theater for a night. It’s the season to be outside as much as possible, and watching a flick with friends should be no exception.These public parks and rooftops are making the most of spring and summer, offering free and ticketed outdoor screenings across the city during the warm-weather months.

Get your blanket ready, pack some popcorn and watch some favorite films. The sky’s the limit.


A Summer Movie Under the Stars

Prospect Park has teamed up with Nitehawk Cinema for its free “A Summer Movie Under the Stars” series, at Long Meadow North in the park. Attendees can enjoy live music from local bands and DJs starting at 7 p.m. before each screening of family friendly films. BYO picnics are encouraged.

  • July 19: “The NeverEnding Story”
  • July 26: “The Sandlot”
  • Aug. 2: “Moonrise Kingdom”
  • Aug. 9: “Zootopia”

HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival

One of the most popular free outdoor screenings, this Bryant Park-HBO collaboration is back, giving you a reliable summer plan for Mondays. This year’s lineup features the classics, from “Dirty Dancing” to the original “King Kong,” with screenings starting June 19, and the lawn opening at 5 p.m.

  • June 19: “King Kong”
  • June 26: “On the Town”
  • July 3: “Sabrina”
  • July 17: “Wall Street”
  • July 24: “Pillow Talk”
  • July 31: “The Hustler”
  • Aug. 7: “All That Jazz”
  • Aug. 14: “North By Northwest”
  • Aug. 21: “Dirty Dancing”

Randall’s Island

Randall’s Island is celebrating its 25th anniversary by including movies in its lineup that premiered in 1992.May 28: “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” 8:30 p.m.

  • June 11: “Aladdin,” 8:30 p.m.
  • June 25: “Zootopia,” 8:30 p.m.
  • July 9: “Sister Act,” 8:30 p.m.

Rooftop Cinema Club

Unlike many of the free outdoor screenings, you’ll have to plan in advance to snag a ticket to the Rooftop Cinema Club — tickets are $33 to $39. This season’s lineup, which will take place at Hell’s Kitchen’s Yotel and Bushwick’s Office Ops, includes a mix of recent Oscar noms and notable classics.

Rooftop Cinema Club runs from May 4 to June 26, with films like “Moonlight,” “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and “Moana” playing multiple times throughout the series. For a full list of the lineup, head to

McCarren Park Summer Screen

This season’s SummerScreen lineup at McCarren Park is so fetch. The Wednesday movie nights include favorites from “Mean Girls” to “Donnie Darko,” with live music before and local vendors doling out food and drinks throughout. Head to the park starting at 6 p.m. to claim your spot. Films start at sundown

  • July 5: “Mean Girls”
  • July 12: “Office Space”
  • July 19: “Donnie Darko”
  • July 26: “Selena”
  • Aug. 2: “I Know What You Did Last Summer”
  • Aug. 9: Audience choice

Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park is back with its “Movies With a View” lineup, featuring one film chosen by a public online vote on Aug. 24. All films begin at sundown. There will also be a pre-show party with DJs, food and a beer garden.

  • July 6: “Office Space”
  • July 13: “Pariah”
  • July 20: “Casablanca”
  • July 27: “The Lego Movie”
  • Aug. 3: “9 to 5”
  • Aug. 10: “Selma”
  • Aug. 17: “Mad Max: Fury Road”
Socrates Sculpture ParkThe Long Island City park has once again teamed up with Film Forum to host a series of films featuring international flicks. Films begin at sunset, with pre-screening performances starting at 7 p.m.

  • July 5: “Timbuktu”
  • July 12: “Easy Money”
  • July 19: TBA
  • July 26: “Chevalier”
  • Aug. 2: TBA
  • Aug. 9: “The Silence Before Bach”
  • Aug. 16: “Romance & Cigarettes”
  • Aug. 23 “Bad Hair (Pelo Malo)”

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