Cuban Intellectuals Reject Manifesto

HAVANA TIMES, May 14 – A group of Cuban intellectuals at the International Poetry Prize rejected the manifesto of their Spanish counterparts asking for support for “the democratization of Cuba,” according to a declaration released in the island’s capital.  The signatories of the document released in Madrid “take on a position that attempts to wound the sovereignty of our country and plays along with the eternal enemies of the island who in the last 200 years have not ceded in their annexationist and colonial dreams,” reported IPS

One thought on “Cuban Intellectuals Reject Manifesto

  • This is what comes of socialist revolutionaries looking for support from petit-bourgeois liberals anywhere: you always get blindsided in the end. It’s a lesson NOT learned by stalinists — even today.

    Take a hint.


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