Friday, January 2, 2015

Es por la mañana en Habana

And it's still looks a lot like the days before Barack Obama extended his olive branch;
More than 700 artists wrote to Cuban President Raul Castro on Friday calling for the release of a colleague who was detained for a third time in three days in a crackdown that has tested a new detente with the United States.
Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera was detained again on Thursday after going to a Havana prison to demand that fellow opponents of the government be released, dissidents said. She had planned an open microphone event earlier this week that the communist government called a "political provocation."
Which progressive Cuba won't tolerate today, any more than it did back in 1959 when John Foster Dulles talked Dwight Eisenhower into a similar appeasement.

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