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NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 03 Apr 2004 22:45:15 -0600
Reply-To: "pedro martori"
From: "pedro martori"
Subject: WSJ.com - Omar's Story: A Brave Journalist In Castro's Jail.
Date: Sat, 3 Apr 2004 23:39:32 -0500
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FUTURO DE CUBA=20
Costumbrismo y Relatos
Estado de Derecho
Proceso de Cambio
Sociedad y Educaci=F3n
Articles In English =20
Our objective in this section is none other that the one we =
set in the Spanish section. We are a not for profit page. We do not seek =
or receive contributions. Our mission is to educate, comment and give =
perspective on the Cuban issue. We do this through original articles =
sent to us for publication and by continuing comments on the news and =
opinion as it develops. The comments on the various articles reflect our =
views and are meant to bring together the topics highlighted by the news =
or opinion items and to show the nature of the regime. There is no =
better editorial and educational comment than to refer to factual items =
as reported by credible sources. We may agree or disagree in full or in =
part in our comment. =20
WSJ.com - Omar's Story: A Brave Journalist In Castro's Jail. The =
indifference and greed from people that do business with Castro =
described by the author are typical. This young man got 27 years for =
taking photos of the present reality!
CUBA_ Letter_ Wife of Dr_ Biscet_ prisoner of conscience.htm
CUBA_Letter_blind lawyer in prison-CARTA_abogado ciego preso.htm
Cuba Focus_ Cuban Foreign Policy in the Middle East.htm
Mr. Castro's Prisoners NYT Editorial March 26
7 of the 75 dissidents imprisoned last year are receiving good =
treatment. Compare the 'official' news from the Cuban Gulag with the =
above editorial. What are the poor wives going to say? How cynical and =
manipulative! The problem is that for many years the fallacy used by a =
good part of the media has been this: open Cuba to American Tourism and =
investment in joint ventures with the government and Castro will change. =
The Europeans did just that and things have not changed. They have =
become worse. Castro continues to support the ETA in Spain , the =
guerillas in Colombia, and Chavez's usurpation of power in Venezuela =
which he masterminds. The NYT has championed the 'opening' approach. The =
consequences are there to be seen. To say that "the continued =
imprisonment of Cuba's brave independent thinkers is a totalitarian =
crackdown by a brutal dictatorship' and that "the international =
community must recognize this truth." is accurate but innocuous. The =
international community has aided and abetted the consolidation of this =
brutal dictatorship and the editorial policy of the NYT has its share of =
Cuba's Spring Washington Post. More or less the same brew as the =
NYT. Except that it calls recent measures against Castro cheap sops to =
the Cuban voters. Tell us about it! Cuba has been a non existent issue =
for 40 years and the Washington Post also bears responsibility for =
ignoring it for decades although it has shown a welcome change lately.
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