Every year since 1992, the world has overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling for an end to the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States of America against Cuba, thereby reaffirming its rejection of the most brutal and most enduring of the imposed instruments of pressure. empire anywhere in the world.
Due to the extraterritorial nature of this siege, officially announced on February 7, 1962, the so-called embargo is a continuation of the valerian actions of the extermination of the Spanish metropolis. An unjustified fact, inherited from the same tools with which the classes least loyal to the people got rid of the Cuban Revolutionary Party and the Liberation Army at the beginning of the 20th century in order to curb any opposition and attempts at resistance.
This strategy has not changed a bit if we look aside on May 20, 1902, when the imaginary Republic of Cuba came into being, militarily mutilated and through an appendix added to the Constitution, not at all the daughter of what was dreamed of. in the Creole jungle.
So they conceived the beginning of the political independence of the island, free in appearance, neo-colonial in existence and with the claws of the US clinging to its best lands, minerals and strategic geographic locations, one of which is still usurped and doomed to illegal activities in the name of the fight against terrorism, which were also invented after the bloody September 11 at the beginning of this century.
The gift presented in return did not deceive anyone either: the economy, recently emerging from the stage of war, in an unstable process of recovery and smaller in wealth and raw materials, did not deserve much for the purposes of monopoly and the interests of imperial power. capital.
At that time, in our territory, too much attention was paid to their recipes for democracy and compromises that removed or appointed inept, corrupt and despotic leaders, lackeys of super status. As the country was threatened by foreign interventions with the approval of the North American Congress, anxiety was implanted in reality and imagination, conditioning behavior and conscience.
The Creole elite outpaced the majority, was unaware of prosperity, enjoyed no social privileges, and suffered its apparently inevitable fate as a black, peasant, or illiterate population. The unequal yoke ran counter to the much-vaunted development boasted by some of the pro-American bourgeoisie.
Liberty was the least conquered before strong foreign penetration in all areas since the 19th century. Popular mobilization and patriotic feeling, well forged in Marty and Gomez’s journey to Playitas de Cajobabo and during the invasion of the West against the outnumbered metropolis, prevented even greater evil and thwarted the obvious amount of nonsense that was invented centuries ago, hatched theories as machiavellian as they are insane, greengrocers and diaper-wearing imperialist politicians.
The conflict between the United States and Cuba, through the use of dates, examples and explanations, makes clear who was who in the explosion in Maine and in the denial of entry to Santiago de Cuba by Mumbi Calixto Garcia’s troops (the letter to Shafter is a document of denunciation and premonition). This explains Platti’s intentions and what was carried out as part of the failed Good Neighbor policy, the gunboats anchored off the Havana waterfront, the contempt for everything Cuban, the existence of the mafia, brothels and abusive marines, the honeymoon of the tyrannies Machado and Batista with the US embassy in different periods…
When digital calendars with zero political intelligence point to May 20 as Cuba’s Independence Day, the mind confirms them simply by the formal way of being born a Republican. But it is a fact marked by an overwhelming past and an exchange of power between powers, a rescued and justified lie, a mirage of prosperous figures, and extraterritorial persecution that needs to be talked about and argued about as the “Chamberlon” conga overflows history. and is currently ongoing.
Source: Juventud Rebelde