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The verbal and physical aggression of people against people or of Cubans against Cubans, was officially instituted by Castroism in Cuba after January 1, 1959. Never before have the streets, civility and shame of an entire nation witnessed such great impudence, immorality, vulgarity and abuse from power when hordes related to the Castro-communist regime attack peaceful citizens with badly written signs, shouts, expulsions, to say the slogan, crude gestures, vulgarities, not eggs, sticks and stones.

You could spend years looking for just one of those monstrous, cave-dwelling terrorist manifestations before 1959, just one and you won’t find it. We were always a civilized society until that monstrous year.

The throat of Cubans with the arrival of the “rebels” in Havana in 1959, was transformed from tasting tasty delicacies, singing beautiful boleros and saying the most polite words to swallowing rancid wartime rations, singing hilarious protest songs and yelling or making threats against one, several people or entire countries.

Since the beginning of communism in Cuba, it brought out the worst of the Cuban people, the most culturally illiterate, the most opportunistic and the most manipulable to populism, freely succumbed and allowed the decency, virtue and decorum of an entire nation and its people to be seized. .

Lack of respect is the largest and most powerful institution that exists in Cuba since the communists staged the coup in 1959, an institution to which many Cubans belong who oppose the Castro-militant repressive machinery without wanting to understand that, Because of these same attitudes, they are an extension of that existential-ethical aberration that is the Castroist-criminal-revolution. It is absolutely proven that dialogue and debate among Cubans, when we differ on any criteria, is 99,972 percent impossible.

Because at the end of this endless tale, whether we like it or not, whether we like it or not, the generations that today polarize Cuban society on the issue of communism vs. democracy, or “I am fidel” vs. “No more dictatorship”, the vast majority of us we form under the “strict education” of the new communist man, whether in primary schools, secondary schools, pre-university schools or universities and, without realizing it, we are bearers of intolerance, deaf ears, open mouths, offense, arrogance , opportunism, disgust at others, coffee with salt and bad fleas.

We have to be honest and recognize that the first thing we had to learn when we went into exile, much more difficult than the languages ​​of the countries where we arrived, was to live, think, speak and breathe in a democracy. We Cubans trained under the standards of Castro’s socialism did not know what freedom was, what it smelled like and much less what it tasted like. We believed that the world beyond the Malecón wall functioned with the same maladjustment as Cuba and we stumbled because the political, economic, cultural and social maladjustment that Castroism subliminally introduced into our brains is a reality that is only experienced in a country like Cuba, which is thousands of light years away from the coherence, decency and good taste of contemporary societies.

That the puppet Díaz Canel and his “followers” ​​attack, offend, blackmail, threaten, yell, blaspheme, insult, repress and attack is natural because that is the nature of that porn-chacumbel ideology, so those of us who oppose that monster have to act differently.

An example of this is Rosa María Payá, a young Cuban woman, educated in the same schools where most of us did and whom I have never, but never, seen in public utter the slightest disqualifying against anyone, the slightest aggression against those who oppose him or investing time in “spiritual lightness” that far from benefiting our struggle strengthens the hateful Castro beast.

Rosa María Payá, more than admired, should be imitated, followed and supported, at least in that aspect, by all of us.

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José Martí
José Martí
Nacionalista cubano, poeta, filósofo, ensayista, periodista, traductor, profesor y editor.

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