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If You Thought Life Was Bad in Cuba for the Ordinary Josť- Wait 'til You See the Prisons
Reaganite Republican ^
| 25 January 2013
| Reaganite Republican
Posted on 01/25/2013 3:20:10 PM PST by Reaganite Republican
'Slave-like conditions, dismantling cars...'
While the communist Castro regime likes to complain loudly about US activities at Gitmo -both real and imagined- maybe first they ought to answer a few questions about how they've been treating all the Cuban citizens locked-up down there...
Of course, many of them were put in the slammer for dubious political offenses -like daring to complain about Cuban socialism's myriad failures- with 7000+ arrested just last year for peaceful political protest. But for any in the States who think Havana's liberalizing, hardly: a human rights group reported this week that the overall number of political prisoners still held in Cuban prisons has recently doubled... and farm animals are treated better.
A clandestine communications network on the island is now getting the word out re. life behind bars at thes notorious Combinado del Este prison east of Havanna- in a word, yikes:
It is bad enough to be a regular citizen of Cuba, where everything is owned by the State, including the most fundamental human rights. But when you are an inmate in a Castro prison, the situation gets considerably worse...
:Inmates denounce 16-hour work days at
Combinado del Este prison:
The Cuban Network of Community Communicators reports that inmates at the Combinado del Este prison are denouncing slave-like conditions where they are forced to work dismantling cars for the regime.
In their denouncement they describe workdays that last as long as 16 hours, they are fed substandard food, and no medical attention.
The authorities at the prison, which the inmates describe as complicit and corrupt, have full knowledge of what is taking place and it "allows them to sell the individual parts of the vehicles they take apart." There are approximately 4,000 inmates at the Combinado del Este...
TOPICS: Government; History; Politics
KEYWORDS: castro; communism; cuba; havana
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To: Reaganite Republican
"In their denouncement they describe workdays that last as long as 16 hours, they are fed substandard food, and no medical attention."
So, how can they tell if they're in prison, or just a simple citizen in the commie paradise known as Cuba?
posted on 01/25/2013 3:32:53 PM PST
("You don't look so bad, here's another")
Coming to an Obamaville near you.
posted on 01/25/2013 3:58:36 PM PST
(Obama has turned America into an aristocracy of the unaccomplished.)
“So, how can they tell if they’re in prison, or just a simple citizen in the commie paradise known as Cuba?”
As I understand it, nobody works anywhere NEAR that hard (outside of prison) in Cuba lol
“Coming to an Obamaville near you”
You just KNOW Obama is jealous of anybody able to arrest their internal opposition at will- and did you hear where Harry Bellafonte came out and admonished Obama to ‘just lock them (conservatives) up’...?
After what I’ve said on my blog, he’d put ME in Gitmo if he thought he could get away with it...
To: AdmSmith; AnonymousConservative; Berosus; bigheadfred; Bockscar; ColdOne; Convert from ECUSA; ...
Thanks Reaganite Republican.
While the communist Castro regime likes to complain loudly about US activities at Gitmo -- both real and imagined -- maybe first they ought to answer a few questions about how they've been treating all the Cuban citizens locked-up down there
posted on 02/03/2013 11:07:42 AM PST
(Romney would have been worse, if you're a dumb ass.)
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