Cuba is Protesting to Gain Freedom from Communism
Could it be… Cubans want a prosperous capitalist life, free of communist oppression, and free of equal poverty?
Republished on Bob’s Opinion from Canada Free Press. Republished by R.S. Helms
By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh —July 14, 2021
As this administration’s spokesperson is twisting herself into a verbal pretzel to present the protests in Cuba as something other than what they are, a cry for freedom and an end to the communist tyranny which has gripped the island since 1959 when Castro’s brutal Marxists took over, the American Marxists are busy promoting and pushing Marxism in America, using invented constructs, i.e. non-existent white supremacy, critical race theory, to convince the American public that it is what they want, freedom from capitalism and installation of Democrat socialism using Karl Marx as their icon and mentor.
The Blaze wrote, “So when these protesters are yelling ‘Freedom!’ and Enough!’, there are people within the administration who think they are saying ‘freedom from rising COVID cases?’”
Could it be that they are tired of being thrown in jail and tortured because of their political opinions that disagree with the Castro’ Marxists?
Could it be that they want real medical care, not Hollywood’s version of reality in which Cubans have stellar care? It is so “exceptional” and free that Castro himself sought medical care in the capitalist world he so despised. When Marxist actors from Hollywood visit the island with a film crew, they are shown a Potemkin village clinic that only exists for show or for the care of communist party cadres and apparatchiks.
Could it be that they want food on their tables daily, without having to face empty grocery stores and endless lines to buy basics, including toilet paper?
Could it be that they want drugs in their pharmacies, not just empty promises of prosperity?
Could it be that they want a functional infrastructure, not dilapidated buildings and decaying roads that are oozing cracked concrete, fading paint, and poverty unlike any seen in the western world?
Imprisoned on a tropical island from which there is no escape
Could it be that they want schools free of Marxist indoctrination?
Could it be that families are tired of Marxist teachers turning children against their parents?
Could it be that they want freedom from an oppressive society maintained with heavy armed military and police that do not hesitate to shoot and ask questions later?
Could it be that they want the freedom to travel and vacation anywhere they want?
Could it be that they want decent pay for back-breaking work instead of the equality wages when everyone gets paid the same regardless of effort?
Could it be that Cubans want their souls back from the Marxist devils?
Could it be that Cubans are tired of feeling that they are imprisoned on a tropical island from which there is no escape unless they are willing to flee on a shoddy raft, knowing that they may drown on the arduous trip across 90 miles of shark-infested waters?
Cubans want a prosperous capitalist life, free of communist oppression, and free of equal poverty?
Could it be that Cubans want to have the freedom to keep the extra money and wealth generated through their hard work instead of it being confiscated by the tyrannical regime whose rulers live in extravagant palaces and own fat bank accounts abroad?
Could it be that Cubans want to have freedom of speech instead of being jailed and tortured for their thoughts and some shot on sight if they speak against the Marxist regime?
Could it be because democracy and human rights do not exist in Cuba or in any socialist society ruled by Marxists?
Could it be that Cubans are tired of having to sell their souls to the red devils to survive and eat?
Could it be that Cubans are tired of the socialism/communism that has strangled their lives and humanity for six decades and they have not been able to overwhelm the Marxist goons armed to the teeth?
Could it be that Cubans want a prosperous capitalist life, free of communist oppression, and free of equal poverty?
Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh, Ileana Writes is a freelance writer, author, radio commentator, and speaker. Her books, “Echoes of Communism”, “Liberty on Life Support” and “U.N. Agenda 21: Environmental Piracy,” “Communism 2.0: 25 Years Later” are available at Amazon in paperback and Kindle.