Articole scrise de Jorge Olivera Castillo


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1.Cuba report: Popular Revolution - Theory without Practice The most important thing in Cuba is still the necessity to find ways to survive, mostly by taking part in illegal activities ranging from corruption through sex trafficking to various kinds of illicit deeds not thought of by even the most experienced observers.
2.Cuba: New blows and misfortunes If thousands of Cubans think of the 12 months of 2010 as a period of sustained beating, they will not find 2011 any better. The year is going to thrust them into a much deeper suffering and a lot more is to be expected. The predictions made at the start of the year 2011 are not better in the sense that Cuba would finally leave behind the air of doom and anxiety. Quite the opposite.
3.Cuba: Reason vs. Barbarism The Cuban government has shown its true face to the world. However, what could be plainly seen was not an expression of goodness or sound judgment - what explanation could there be for a crowd attacking with impunity three or four dozen women dressed in white?
4.OTHER MEANS OF KILLING For this moment no bullets can be heard. However, in between these gaps of silence which invite you think about pacifism, your eyes will see bleeding wounds, suffering bodies and human souls perishing from mental anguish and physical punishments imposed by the adroit personalities of our insular bestiary. Cuban poet and journalist Jorge Olivera was sentenced for 18 years in prison for giving the true information about the real Cuba. He was arrested together with other 28 other independent journalist during so called Cuban Black Spring in 2003, when there was a crackdown on the Cuban opposition. In December 2004 he was released on medical parole. This is the third piece he publishes with HotNews.ro. 
5.Cuba: Agricultural workers wanted They prefer designer trainers and firm steps on paved roads. The countryside is a distant phenomenon, a frozen image which has lost all its splendour and is stored somewhere on the back shelves of their memory.  A mattock, a rake, a yoke of oxen, a straw hat, country boots and the burning midday sun… but all this is old history, something that the current younger generations find too common and tasteless.
6.Cuba. Eternally poor The poverty in Cuba is one of the elements that the foundations of socialism rest on. It is a necessity, a prerequisite to being able to hold the reins of power and social stability. Shortages are regulated. They are controlled by bureaucrats and strategists who make sure that there are no interruptions or delays.Cuban poet and journalist Jorge Olivera was sentenced fro 18 years in prison for giving the true information about the real Cuba. He was arrested together with other 28 other independent journalist during so called Cuban Black Spring in 2003, when there was a crackdown on the Cuban opposition. In December 2004 he was released on medical parole.


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