Articles by Julio M. Shiling
The Pamphleteering of Castro’s Crooked Education Claims
It has been a long-standing myth that Cuban communism is an educational giant. The evidence contradicts this propaganda stunt. It’s a shame that media like Axios play the role of puppets and misinform.
AUTHOR10.07.21 4 MINUTE READ
Fidel Castro’s ideological coup d’état on the movement to oust the authoritarian regime of Fulgencio Batista ushered in Cuban communism. From its prenatal state in the Sierra Maestra Mountains, his rhetoric was founded and nurtured upon lies. A complicit American media facilitated the proliferation of all the falsehoods of the closet tropical Marxists. Herbert Matthews— a New York Times reporter who first interviewed Castro in the Oriente province mountains in 1957—lied to the world about the number of “guerrillas” present, their activities, and the socialist inclinations of the Castro brothers. The deceit on the media’s part continues to this day.
How Communist Cuba is Exterminating the Opposition: A Conversation with Dr. Omar Vento
The unprecedented Cuban Uprising of July 11th initiated a barbaric response from the communist dictatorship to regain control of the public spheres.
AUTHOR10.05.21 2 MINUTE READ
El American had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Omar Vento, both a doctor of internal medicine and gastroenterologist and the president of the Foundation for Pan American Democracy, an NGO dedicated to protecting human rights and republican governance across the Americas. Dr. Vento detailed how the Cuban regime has been handling the COVID crisis.
The political prisoner population is especially susceptible to this situation. Many are questioning whether this is a regime-driven strategy to wipe out the opposition in the Island. Dr. Vento believes that is the case.
The unprecedented Cuban Uprising of July 11 (“J11”) initiated a barbaric response from the communist dictatorship to regain control of the public spheres. An intense campaign of state terrorism has effectively wiped out the lingering demonstrations that lasted several days.
National Public-School Boards Fighting for Marxism
The overseers of public education in the United States are seeking the repression of parents who are challenging a socialist onslaught in the curriculum.
AUTHOR10.03.21 4 MINUTE READ
One could say the “socialists are coming”, but that would be inaccurate. They are here and in positions of high power, controlling institutions of enormous ascendency over American society. It is not just the Biden-Harris team, Congress, Obama’s Democratic Party, Big Tech, Mainstream Media, and submissive woke capitalists. The overseers of public education in the United States are seeking the repression of parents who are challenging a socialist onslaught in the curriculum. The most important national public-school board advocate is fighting for Marxism.
The Cuban Military Pandemic Continues
The timing of military deaths who have loyally served communist despotism deepens the belief that the Castro regime’s counterintelligence apparatus may have seen ghosts of a palace revolution, real or imagined.
AUTHOR09.30.21 4 MINUTE READ
“Another One Bites the Dust” is a 1980 musical hit that was popularized by the legendary British rock band Queen. By “biting the dust”, one could guess what was meant. On Saturday, September 25, another high-ranking military official from the communist Cuban military forces died. Colonel Eladio Julian Fernandez Civico passed away, according to both the Revolutionary Armed Forces Ministry (MINFAR) and state press. This constitutes the thirteenth death of key members of the armed regime-sustaining institutions since the Cuban Uprising that started on the 11th of July. More than two months later, the Cuban military pandemic continues.
Segregation, Inequality, and Racism is Back in America
Segregation, Inequality, and Racism is Back in America.
Most blacks in the U.S. consider the Star-Spangled Banner their national anthem.
AUTHOR09.08.21 4 MINUTE READ
The United States fought a civil war to amend the wrong of what civil rights leader Robert Woodson called, America’s “birth defect”. Over 650,000 American deaths in that armed conflict, including the assassination of a paradigmatic president (Abraham Lincoln), was the life cost to abolish slavery and save the Republic
The Reconstruction Amendments following this seminal national conflict (13th, 14th, and 15th) were adopted to establish the safeguards to assure that equality, a natural right structurally incrusted in America’s founding values...
Lilo Vilaplana’s ‘El Caballo’: A Film About Destitution in Cuba
This time the awarded film director has focused on the daily struggles by ordinary folks for basic needs in Cuba.
AUTHOR09.27. 21 2 MINUTE READ
Lilo Vilaplana is at it again. Another superb film! This time the awarded film director has focused on the daily struggles by ordinary folks for basic needs in Cuba and the system of entrenched corruption it engenders. This all too familiar scenario within all communist countries, is vividly showcased in this movie.
Interview 'The horse' by Lilo Vilaplana: a film about the hardships in Cuba:
El American could not pass up the opportunity to talk with Lilo Vilaplana about this latest silver screen jewel, “El caballo” (The Horse). Seeking to portray the challenges of meeting daily life necessities amid the scarcity in socialist systems, it places the viewer in those intricacies.
Continuing along the track of letting the audience grasp the realities of life in closed societies, “El Caballo” follows the path of films such as “The Lives of Others” (2006).
Mexico Rejects AMLO’S Admiration for Cuba: An Interview with América Rangel
The congresswoman from the National Action Party (PAN) has launched a formidable campaign to raise awareness of the brutalities of the communist regime in Havana and has singled out the Mexican president for his dishonorable conduct.
AUTHOR09.20.21 2 MINUTE READ
The Cuban dictator’s visit to Mexico has prompted a great controversy. Díaz Canel’s presence is only half of it. The conduct of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) and his statements of reverence towards Cuban communism has left many in shock. Mexican society, for the most part, has felt insulted and has demonstrated a general rejection for both, the state visit by the head of a sixty-two-year-old Marxist-Leninist dictatorship, and the pronouncements of apologia by AMLO.
Mexico Rejects AMLO’S Admiration for Cuba: An Interview with América Rangel:
Involving herself in politics since she was 15 years old, the very qualified Mexico City representative demonstrates that she is assuredly up for the fight and defend her country from socialism. Rangel’s work has demonstrated that. First, by getting involved in the intricacies of the PAN where she was instrumental in guiding the party’s platform and principles. Since 2018, she has taken the good fight to Congress, as one of its members.
AMLO’s Socialist Anointment
The 211th Mexican Independence Day festivities and the 6th CELAC Summit all served the purposes of elevating AMLO within the socialist ranks.
AUTHOR09.20.21 4 MINUTE READ
Last Thursday, September 16th, was Mexico’s 211th independence declaration anniversary. A massive civic-military parade was prepared for the occasion. The event, however, was dedicated to socialism at Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s (AMLO) request. It was not Mexico that was honored but Cuban communism. This was a pagan, political religious festival, where the command center of continental socialist imperialism, Havana, officially anointed AMLO. It was an affront to Mexico and the free world.
The Cuban dictator, Miguel Diaz-Canel, was the guest of honor. AMLO followed meticulously the script that the Marxist-Leninist government gave him.
Racism and the Economy Were not the Causes of the 2021 Cuban Uprising
The racial factor is circumstantial and can only be sustained through the lens of Critical Theory of Race madness.
AUTHOR09.17.21 4 MINUTE READ
BBC News published an article on August 20 about the Cuban Uprising of July 11. The piece centered around the opinion of Alejandro de la Fuente, a historian and professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University, on Cuba and the potential triggers of the cited popular protests throughout the Island. The relevancy of this work is strictly in its argument and why it must be reviewed and challenged. Racism and economics were not the causes of the massive demonstrations.