A video recorded and edited by the Cuban artist Yordi El Joker has gone viral on different social networks in the last few hours, explicitly exposing the contradictions of the Cuban regime led by Miguel Díaz-Canel. In the 2 minutes 34 seconds that the recording lasts, traces of the unfulfilled false promises made by the Revolution since 1959 and that never reached the population are heard.
From the supposed elite health system to the censorship against local and international artists, through the execution of General Arnaldo Tomás Ochoa Sánchez to the friendship with Nicolás Maduro and Evo Morales. “The Revolution executed a Cuban hero: Ochoa, for drug trafficking. And today they are the best friends of Maduro and Evo,” says the Cuban artist from his exile in South Florida.
The full text of the Yordi El Joker video.
The Cuban Revolution is great and generous. The Cuban Revolution taught us to read, to write and then told us what we had to write and what was forbidden to read. Thus creating the worst type of illiterate that exists: the one who believes that he knows everything and does not need to listen to anyone.
The Cuban Revolution turned the barracks into schools and the country into a barracks.
The Revolution brought electricity to the most remote places and then brought blackouts everywhere.
The Revolution ended neighborhood brothels and turned the country into a brothel.
The Revolution gave us a free health system so that we can take care of the diseases that it causes us with its constant stress, terrible hygiene, poor nutrition. If you protest they break your head. And the points will be free.
The Revolution guarantees us decent work with a salary that guarantees us an unworthy life.
The Revolution eliminated the exploitation of man by man and established the exploitation of man by a state.
The Revolution eliminated the bourgeoisie and established the monarchy.
The Revolution changed the dead in the streets for the dead at sea. He divided the loaves and disappeared the fish. He taught us that freedom is not begged for, while he dressed us as beggars. He turned sneaks into heroes.
The Cuban Revolution told us that the family was not important. That whoever left Cuba would never see his sky again. We don’t want them, we don’t need them. And today he tells us that it is imperialism that wants to divide the family.
The Cuban Revolution banned Celia Cruz, Willy Chirino, Los Aldeanos…¡animala’! Camilo Sesto, The Beatles, Roberto Carlos, Julio Iglesias… Today they tell us that art is art and politics is politics and that artists don’t get involved in politics.
The Revolution executed a Cuban hero: Ochoa, for drug trafficking. And today they are the best friends of Maduro and Evo.
The Revolution created the New Man, a being with the oldest effects to whom it is easier to listen to a rudeness than a greeting.
The Revolution eliminated the Three Kings and changed them to the Commander Kings.
The Revolution promised us that the fruits of the system would be for our children. Many are already looking for their great-grandchildren and are still waiting for the fruits.
The Revolution formed an army that it called the uniformed people. And that it is made up of men and women who put on a uniform and forget about the town.
In short, the Revolution has more positions than the Kama Sutra. And she prostitutes more than a whore. Diaz-Canel, singao.