“All Black Lives Matter except Cuba’s Black Lives”


Cuban artists say Black Lives Matter has ignored the lives of blacks in Cuba after the organization issued a statement condemning the U.S. government’s “cruel and inhumane” economic sanctions on Cuban’s current anxieties. I blamed the exercise.

“At #blacklivesmatters, the lives of all blacks are important, except for the lives of blacks in Cuba,” wrote Havana-based producer and director. Facebook Jose Luis Aparicio Ferrera..

Marxist organizations have faced strong criticism since their posting. Statement of July 14 In response to protests in cities throughout Cuba, demonstrators called for the end of freedom and communist regimes.

In its statement, Black Lives Matter praised the “solidarity” of the communist regime by giving asylum to the “black revolutionaries.”

This is in response to a nationwide demonstration on July 11th in the face of a shortage of basic goods and a demand for political rights.

The administration acknowledged some shortcomings last week, but denounced protests against US-funded “counter-revolutionaries” who primarily exploited the financial difficulties caused by US sanctions.

Communist Party Prime Minister Miguel Diaz Cannell said Cuba’s “enemy once again devoted itself to destroying the sacred unity and tranquility of its citizens.”

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Cuban leader Miguel Diaz Cannel Bermudes will address the United Nations General Assembly in New York on September 26, 2018. (John Moore / Getty Images)

He said it would not be easy to call a rally due to the increasing number of CCP virus incidents. “Called for another condemnation of blockades, attacks and terrorism.”

Congressman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (DN.Y.) reiterated the feelings of Black Lives Matter on Thursday when he accused the suffering of “everyday people” in a 60-year-old embargo in Cuba.

“We see Cubans standing up and protesting their rights like never before. We are in solidarity with them and condemn the anti-democratic actions led by President Diaz Cannell. The self-proclaimed democratic socialist statement..

“Last month, once again, the United Nations voted overwhelmingly to call on the United States to lift the embargo on Cuba. The embargo is ridiculously cruel and many other U.S. targets for Latin Americans. As with policy, cruelty is the point. I completely refuse to defend the Bayden administration’s embargo. It is never acceptable to use cruelty as a point of leverage for everyday people. “

Meanwhile, Cuban-American senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), whose family fled communist Cuba, immediately blew up Black Lives Matter for their comments.

“The circle of robbers, known as the Black Lives Matter organization, has shaken companies today for millions of dollars and has taken a break from buying a mansion to share support for # Cuba’s communist regime. did.” Post to social media..

Last week, Rubio called on the Biden administration to maintain sanctions on Cuba and work with the Cuban people in the fight against communism.

“They are literally shooting unarmed people … and we have to be clear, we have to be clear in our language. We blame this tyranny. Not only do we blame this Communist, this Marxist, this socialist tyranny, “Rubio said on the Senate floor. “Second, we need to be clear. Nothing will change, and as a result, sanctions will not change.”

Both President Joe Biden and White House spokesman Jen Psaki opposed the ruling party’s administration and described communism as a “failed idealism” last week.

Masooma Haq and Reuters contributed to this report.



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