Friday, September 28, 2007


Some of the billboards on view in Cuba, including some that are but one part of the government's campaign against the "Plan Bush," its term for the 2004 report of the Administration's Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba.


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Anonymous said...

Nice photos.

The considerably important point is that most ordinary Cubans living in Cuba are very sypathetic to the tone and message of these billboards..

The debate of whether its right or wrong is besides the point! The common Cubans hold sympathy for such sentiments, no question.

If you disagree with me, you clearly haven't been to Cuba in the past 15 years. There is almost no support among common cubans for such state deparment documents.

In fact, over 90 percent, I would guess are deeply offended by such State Dept. Commisssion of "free Cuba" , likewise most hold deep resentiment against the US embargo, - even the vast vast majority of Anti-castro dissidents.

Again, the bablu crowd would reply "but the Castro regime is fault' True, but that's not what is important, rather what is important is how cubans living in
cuba think, how they feel and what they beleive. For sure, they don't feel like the Commission for Cuban democracy is on their side, as many miami congresspeople suggest.

You wonder why cuba will not be the next Burma? Ask the exiles?

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