Cuba and Its Fight for Survival between World Empires

Trump’s administration has fully implemented the Helms-Burton Act and in doing so, has added fuel to the bonfire of contradictions between the US and European Union, that was never completely put out. With the attempt to tighten the noose, the Cuban Revolution has once again run into the savior of Europe and its economic opportunism.

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Cuba’s Twisted History Advances

Last Saturday, journalist Eduardo Cedeno Milan gave a news report on Cuban TV about Cuba’s Musical Editions and Recording Company (EGREM), calling it “Cuba’s longest-living recording company”. Stated as an absolute, this phrase enshrines a historic mistake and also testifies to the Party/State’s manipulative campaign, which has spread to most of our national past.

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The Decline of Havana, Cuba

In the 1950s, it was common for people who lived in the city’s outskirts to say “let’s go shopping in Havana!” whenever they went to Central Havana or Old Havana. They would head to an impressive congregation of stores selling everything you could possibly imagine back then. Today, only the buildings remain…

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