On Sunday, Cuba’s Ladies in White were joined by other dissidents as they attempted to peacefully march in Havana to commemorate the victims of the ’13 de Marzo’ Tugboat Massacre. This past weekend was the 25th anniversary of that massacre where 37 children, women, and men were brutally murdered by the Castro dictatorship.
But like every other Sunday where the Ladies in White try to peacefully march, they were met with violence and arrests:
192 D-R vs. #TodosMarchamos.
El Domingo fue dedicado a victimas dl R-13-Marzo
LLama la atencion q arrestos d hombres q salieron dla sede junto a Berta Soler ,lider d @DamasdBlanco ,los ejecutaron mujeres represoras.#RevolucionEsRepresion en #Cuba #PresosPorQue @ForoDyL pic.twitter.com/urkKL6UdRv
— Angel Juan Moya (@jangelmoya) July 15, 2019
Despite tales of “reform” and “change” in Cuba, this is the true nature of the socialist Castro dictatorship. The leadership in Cuba has not changed and neither has its brutality.
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