Havana Times Praised and Attacked

Havana Times has just completed its first month on line. We’ve received numerous comments, both positive and negative, and we’d like to share some with you.

-Bravo! Great to see more and more open discussion of Cuba’s real problems (as opposed to what we are told in the Western corporate media). Only open, free discussion and debate will lead to solutions. I wish all Cubans – of all (and no) political persuasion – the best of luck in building a better “patria.”

-Congratulations with the new website. It looks really interesting. I will look forward to seeing how this new initiative develops. It is great to read and see Cuba from different angles. Just makes me want to visit all the more!

-Any criticism on this website about Castro’s senile dictatorship is immediately conditioned by this open-minded website with the following note “your comment is awaiting moderation.” and a few hours after, they just ‘disappear’ the critic. A very ‘open-minded’ website indeed! ha!,ha! weird and funny!

-Just discovered this new long-awaited website. Wonderful work, and wonderful that the leaders of this ever-changing and growing revolution see the need for such a medium.

-I just love your website…I read it everyday. Congrats…. you should be proud!

-Now I know why they call you Circles: You keep circling around the issues just like your Cuban bosses have for decades.

-Not bad… Not bad.

-Thanks Havana Times. Beautiful pictures!!!!!!

-Readers of HavanaTimes.org cannot draw their own conclusions because you are misleading them by lying by omission. That is the simple fact that a communist “journalist” cannot and/or refuses to see. Why won’t you tell your readers that you and others at the site work for the Cuban government? You have not denied it so it is true. You work for the Cuban state controlled media.

-Wow! Great layout & interesting content. I’ll be watching!

-Thanks, its great to get an insight into what Cubans think, and who they’re supporting and why.

-Propaganda is the worst type of lie and I am claiming that HavanaTimes.org is pure propaganda.

-Thanks for the push to the truth you are giving. I promise I’ll read more of your interesting articles.

-I have waited with great anticipation for this day, and find the site wonderful. The articles, format and photos are superb.

-I have been to Cuba thirteen times in the past twenty years,(not nearly as many times as I would have liked) primarily Matanzas City via Veradero and seen many changes and much that has not. But, the Cuban people are among the warmest and family oriented I have known.

-I just want to congratulate Havana Times for creating a space on the Internet that seems very important for all of us that want to know a little more about Cuban reality even from afar.

-Congratulations for putting out your website. It highlights the human touch in stories. I think it will be interesting for non-Spanish speaking visitors.


11 thoughts on “Havana Times Praised and Attacked

  • I came across Havana Times through Facebook. I’m based in the UK but I’m of Cuban origin. I’m not political so no comments there but I love the open and simplicity in the stories depicting art and culture. I’m happy that artists at all levels are getting recognition. Any film makers and writers? I would love to hear more there. Carino Gladys San Juan

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