- Julio M. Shiling
Intervention” has become a much-used word since the Cuban Uprising of July 11th began. Those determined to uphold the status quo in communist Cuba, are weaponizing the concept and misconstruing the full gravity of its meaning in actual application. Determined to keep the United States in a state of indifference and complicit inertia, enemies of Cuba’s liberation have launched a war of disinformation with bogus potential scenarios, to assure that Castro-Communism survives the biggest civil insurrection in all Cuban history. While all this is going on, China has been and continues its intervention in Cuba.
To call the wholesale human butchery, sadistic tortures, sham trials, unjust sentences, and ideologically geared pandemic policy in Cuba a “humanitarian” crisis, is to trivialize political genocide. The crimes against humanity that the Castroist regime is currently committing, is made possible by China’s intervention in Cuba. The calculated, lesser-evil gambit of allowing Cubans’ internet access by way of mobile electronic devices as late as 2018, was a tough call for the socialist dictatorship in Havana. The compelling need for capital to fund its lavish police state and sustain power, forced the tolerance of mechanisms that they knew would be used by the Cuban population to break the monopolistic hold on news and information. This is where Beijing stepped in.Continue Reading …China’s Bid to Save Cuba’s Communist Regime