Your poets are dying, Cuba

(Author’s own translation) Their poets are dying and the country does not cry. I fear it knows nothing. Out of sight, out of mind. More than from the body from the soul are dying. They die in their letters. In their incestuous cradles they die, in its comfortable lunettes. They die in the praises that… Continue reading Your poets are dying, Cuba

Protagonist Plants | Mangrove showing the root system

Mangrove swamp, partly underwater image showing the root system. Photo: US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Graphic Chronicle | Two kinds of divers

Dry Tortugas National Park, USA Canarreos Archipelago Pinar del Río, Cuba

Mayorkas in Havana Cuba

Helms–Burton Act Approved March 12, 1996 TITLE I–STRENGTHENING INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS AGAINST THE CASTRO GOVERNMENT SEC. 101. STATEMENT OF POLICY. It is the sense of the Congress that– [[Page 110 STAT. 792]] (1) the acts of the Castro government, including its massive, systematic, and extraordinary violations of human rights, are a threat to international peace; (2)… Continue reading Mayorkas in Havana Cuba

Cuba as a deputy controller in The Americas

(Fragment of an interview with the Director of Cazamentiras.Com – Miami, January 2008) Friend of Cazamentiras.Com on FB (LiesHunter.Com). Question: Do you really plan to see the end of the Cuban situation? Answer: Yes, the Cuban situation is changing right now. The Castro Brothers dismantled Cuban civil society and vital forces over five decades. Including… Continue reading Cuba as a deputy controller in The Americas

Seeing is believing, like Thomas

You can count on me, at least, from now on when someone says they don’t believe in God because they don’t see Him, I won’t believe such an atheist. First because Jesus said to Thomas in an appearance before his apostles: “Blessed are those who believe in him without having seen my father”; but above… Continue reading Seeing is believing, like Thomas