Thursday, July 21, 2016

"Hungry Venezuelans cry at the sight of food, as economic crisis deepens"

While reading this article concerning Venezuelans crying at the sight of food, it brought back a vivid memory of a similiar experience! Back in the early 1980's, my father had a family member visit us from Cuba(never knew the exact details to why?). This family member apparently was with the so called revolution , I could feel the anxiety within my family with the anticipation of his visit. Well, we pick him up at the airport and we stop by a grocery store and we all go in all together, I suddenly notice this family member from Cuba SCREAMING at the top of their lungs RUNNING up and down the aisles saying:

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

The world has no FREAKING clue about what has happened in Cuba

As a proud American, we celebrated 4th of July with a barbeque with family members to give thanks to this GREAT country and for the FREEDOM that we have!

During the cookout, a family member(rarely talks about this) starting recounting the days that he was a political prisoner in Cuba, and the atrocities committed against them by the Cuban dictatorship. The sad thing is 57 years later, the world is clueless about all the atrocities that have happened in Cuba and to Cuban families.

"Amid Grim Economic Forecasts, Cubans Fear a Return to Darker Times"

Hey wait a minute.......I thought the normalization circus, the filming of the Fast and Furious, all the Hollywood elite visiting Cuba would automatically prosper Cuba and Cubans?

Well..... it's not the crazy Cuban exiles saying this, it's the Cuban dictatorship saying this:

During the economic turmoil of the early 1990s, power cuts in Havana were so routine that residents called the few hours of daily electricity “lightouts.”
Now, grim economic forecasts; the crisis in its patron, Venezuela; and government warnings to save energy have stoked fears among Cubans of a return to the days when they used oil lamps to light their living rooms and walked or bicycled miles to work because there was no gasoline.
Addressing members of Parliament last week, Cuba’s economy minister, Marino Murillo, said the country would have to cut fuel consumption by nearly a third during the second half of the year and reduce state investments and imports. His comments, to a closed session, were published on Saturday by the state news media.
Cuba’s economy grew by just 1 percent in the first half of the year, compared with 4 percent last year, as export income and fuel supply to the island dropped, said Mr. Murillo.
“This has placed us in a tense economic situation,” he said.
Weak oil and nickel prices and a poor sugar harvest have contributed to Cuba’s woes, officials said. Venezuela’s economic agony has led many Cubans to wonder how much longer their oil-rich ally will continue to supply the island with crucial oil — especially if the government of President Nicolás Maduro falls.
Those fears grew last week after Mr. Murillo warned of blackouts and state workers were asked to cut their hours and sharply reduce energy use.
“We all know that it’s Venezuelan oil that keeps the lights on,” said Regina Coyula, a blogger who worked for several years for Cuban state security. “People are convinced that if Maduro falls, there will be blackouts here.”
President Raúl Castro of Cuba acknowledged those fears on Friday but said they were unfounded.
“There is speculation and rumors of an imminent collapse of our economy and a return to the acute phase of the ‘special period,’” Mr. Castro said in speech to Parliament, referring to the 1990s, when Cuba lost billions of dollars’ worth of Soviet subsidies.
“We don’t deny that there may be ill effects,” he added, “but we are in better conditions than we were then to face them.”
Mark Entwistle, a business consultant who was Canada’s ambassador to Cuba during the special period, said that despite its dependency on Venezuelan fuel, the island’s economy is now more sophisticated and diversified than it was before the Soviet collapse.
Besides, he said, Cuba has “this phenomenal social and political capacity to absorb critical changes.”
Still, some are perturbed at the prospect of power cuts. None of the Havana residents interviewed over the weekend had experienced power failures in their neighborhoods.
In an unusually blunt speech to journalists this month, Karina Marrón González, a deputy director of Granma, the official Communist Party newspaper in Cuba, warned of the risk of protests like those of August 1994, when hundreds of angry Cubans took to the streets of Havana for several hours.
Click here for the story.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

"Pres. Bush presents Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet with Presidential Medal of Freedom "

During a ceremony at the Bush Center, President George W. Bush presented Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet of Cuba with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Biscet was jailed as a prisoner of conscience in Cuba from 2002 until 2011. In 2007, while in prison, he was awarded the medal in absentia for his dedication to advancing human rights and democracy in Cuba.

Obama names hoops legend as Cuba envoy........REALLY??????

Obama names Shaq as an envoy to Cuba? Like this is really going to bring FREEDOM to Cuba. I have nothing personally against Shaq, actually I like him, BUT this will do NOTHING, unless by some miracle he actually speaks the truth about Cuba.

Friday, June 03, 2016

"Obama Administration Hosts Cuban Border Guard Visits"------say what?

Cuban Border guards to visit US bases at the invitation of Obama? Oyeme Obama you have some splaining to do!!! You mean to tell me that you are inviting CUBAN SPIES(no Alfredo they are really just border guards) to our port facilities in Florida and Alabama???

Que cosa mas grande!

Click here for the story

Friday, May 20, 2016

"Cultural Enrichment" in visiting Cuba?

Eugenie Young, a travel agent from California who was scouting out the cruise for her clients, said, "I wanted to get [to Cuba] before Starbucks and McDonald's." Many other travelers echoed that sentiment, even while simultaneously admitting that they appreciated the on-board amenities like air-conditioning and Wi-Fi (something you may be hard-pressed to find on land, although that's starting to change).
I liked the idea of impact and cultural enrichment," said Patricia Connell, a solo traveler from Naples, Florida, while drinking a coffee in one of the ship's plush common are
Cultural enrichment? See Cuba before Starbucks and McDonald's? Really??? That is your rationale for visiting Cuba on the unhistorical cruise to Cuba?
So you don't care that almost all of Cuba's population lives in poverty, except the ruling elite(The castro klan, like Antonio castro above)? so you don't care about that Cuba has been ruled by an iron fist for 59 years, with no FREE elections, and no FREEDOM of speech?

fast and furious in Cuba

Fast and Furious 8 filmed in Cuba? So what's the plot? They chase each other around in 1950's cars, that are put together by a thousand different types of spare parts? How is Vin Disiel and crew in the movie go un noticed in a country, that has one of the most sophisticated security apparatus in the world? That white T-shirt that Vin diesel will be spotted by the secret police in 3 seconds, not to mention the supercharged cars that they no doubt will be driving around mingled in with all the classic cars!
NOOOOOOO ALFREDO.......the scene will start out in Havana along the malecon with Vin Diesel  riding along with a classic Cuban 1950's Chevy with a supercharged engine and a spotless paint job! He will be wearing a guayabera(On this scene he will not be wearing his standard white t-shirt) and he will have 2 smoking hot local Cuban women with him in the car. He will be cruising along, and all of the sudden, another 1950's Chevy, with a turbo charged(No russian parts or boat parts)engine and a impeccable paint job starts giving Vin diesel a chase through the streets of Havana and the secret police will not be aware of this. You know the rest of the story....

Oooooooooh.... they will probably put a line in the movie about the HATED Cuban exiles and the evil embargo, and all of Cuba's ills is due to those 2 items mentioned

The fast and furious destruction has been going on for the last 59 years by a Communist dictatorship!

Friday, May 06, 2016

Shameless Celebrities in Cuba for Chanel Fashion show

Sad, disgusting, repugnant, and devastating in regards to the Chanel fashion show in Cuba. What's even more sad, all the celebrities thinking it's soooo cool and hip to be there in Cuba( a country that has a communist dictatorship).

Just to show you.....they don't give a *uck about the Cuban people.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Carnival cruise Conga line to Cuba

While the conga lines were forming on the cruise to Cuba on May 1st...

Meanwhile in Cuba.....The Ladies in White are beat up and harassed for the 52nd straight Sunday!

Sunday, May 01, 2016

Un-historic Cruise to Cuba on May Day(Commie Day)

Here we go again with the media throwing around the word "historic" in regards to Carnival Cruise Lines to voyage to the Island of Cuba,  in which the last 59 years held hostage by a dictatorship. What's sad is the voyage is taking place on May 1st, a beloved COMMUNIST day.


HISTORIC will be the day that Cuba is FREE.

Happy May Day-Commie Day!

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Top 10 things to on a Carnival Cruise Line to Cuba!

1) Spot a Cuban Rafter Game:

Get your binoculars ready! Since Cubans are leaving the "UTOPIA" of Cuba on hand made rafts, risking their lives, try to spot Cuban Rafters in the open ocean, in the comforts of your Cabin, or the luxurious balcony!

2) Spot a Cuban American on the ship game:
If the first game is a little to strenuous for you, try this fun filled adventure, roam along the ship and try to spot the un-wanted Cuban-Americans, have fun blowing their cover and turning them in to have them removed from the ship!

3) Get your memorable t-shirts on these momentous cruise:

El Cafe Cubano suggests to get the cool, trendy, normalization t-shirts with the saying:

" La Revolucion es una mierda!"

translation: "Normalization is so cool!"

4) When the ship docks...Drink a mojito at the La Bodeguita del Medio:

While drinking your mojito, raise your glass and toast " Que mierda es el comunismo!"

Translation: " We have to see Cuba before it changes!"

5) Visit the monument of Che in Santa Clara:

While visiting the monument of che, stop for a second, start to reflect and ponder how many Cubans he executed!

6) March with the Ladies White:

No it's not a conga line, better..., get out and exercise while marching with the Ladies in White on the way to Church. Don't mind the police beating up the ladies simply doing a quite protest.

7) Guess the dictator's date of Death:

Since the dictator Fidel knows everything and he knows his precise moment of death, go by on a tour bus by punto cero(the dictator's compound) and get off the bus and yell towards the compound the precise date that you think the dictator will expire! For kicks yell out the time also!!

Grand prize for the winner: a bottle of Jalapa!

8) Ask Raul about political prisoners in Cuba tour:

Carnival cruise Lines can hook you up on Q&A tour with dictator Raul. My suggestion is to ask Raul about political prisoners in Cuba....That should get the Q&A session off to a bang!

9) Take a Cuban to Varadero:

Since Cubans are not allowed in varadero or own anything in Cuba for that regards, take a whole Cuban family to the stolen properties and illegal hotels on Varadero beach!!!!

10) Explore Havana in a classic 50's car:

Cruising around Havana in an open top 50's relic(rebuilt with 1000 different kinds of spare parts) would have to be the highlight of any trip to Cuba. Snap chat, twitter, and facebook away while taking in the sights of all the stolen properties that are dilapidated by years of neglect and abuse!

Inspector Clouseau tip: Molasses on a Cuban ship in Panama

"Nearly 900 pounds of cocaine was found Thursday on a Cuban ship in Panama that was headed for Belgium. A U.S. Representative from Florida says the Castro regime has been caught drug trafficking red-handed."

Could it be that the Cuban dictatorship has done this over and over? What about those pesky missles found on a ship in Panama?

Even Inspector Clouseau can figure this out!!!

(Please read this portion in a low whisper) This news about the cocaine found on a Cuban ship has not even being mentioned on any news outlets...


Tuesday, April 19, 2016

"Ramon Saul Sanchez denied US residency, asked to leave country"

Let me get this straight......... Mr. Sanchez has lived here in the US for 49 years and after waiting for 14 years for his residency..ALL OF THE SUDDEN, just before they are set to sail on the Democracy flotilla, he is notified to "GET OUT THE COUNTRY?"
Sounds fishy......Could it be a request from the Cuban communist dictatorship? Is it because he is an activist against the Cuban dictatorship?

With Normalization and friends like this!

The dictatorship in Cuba blasted the Obama regime yesterday at their congress. Bruno"the Mafia Don" Rodriguez called Obama's visit last month in Cuba, as an "attack"on its history and culture aimed at misleading a new business class
The dictator even after attending a baseball game with Obama last month called the US an "ENEMY"
but Alfredo playing nice,nice, with the Cuban dictatorship and giving them everything they want, will soften them and it will lead to real changes in Cuba!!!

Cubans can go on Carnival Cruise lines now......I guess?

Carnival Cruise Lines NOW is saying, Hey sorry you CRAZY Cubans(afraid of discrimination lawsuits), you now can book a cruise to Cuba on Carnival Cruise Lines, but WAIT, we might have to delay the May 1st sail date

Thursday, April 14, 2016

No Cubans Allowed.....Where is all the outrage from ALL the political activist?

NO CUBANS allowed on Carnival Cruise Lines on trips to Cuba! Can you imagine if this happened to any other ethnic group or race ?

Where is the outrage and  ryhmes from Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton???


Where's LULAC and all the "LATINO" activist??


Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Cruise Lines only for Cubans!

Hey carnival cruise lines tourists......I thought normalization would change things?

This is what the dictatorship does to peaceful protestors simply asking for FREEDOM!

Cuban born Americans can not go Cuba on Carnival Cruise Lines

Even though I will NEVER step foot in Cuba until the dictatorship is gone and Cuba is FREE(before I get hate email, that is my personal opinion and I have no family in Cuba), Carnival Cruise Lines will NOT allow AMERICANS born in Cuba to travel to Cuba on its cruise lines.
YES....normalization with the dictatorship sure helps Cubans on both sides!

Cuba: NEVER....NEVER.......I will never give up on you!

All this talk about cruises(No Cubans allowed), normalization, a Cuban consulate in Miami, Cuban baseball players playing in MLB, and the recent Obama tour in Cuba is enough to make you crazy!


THEIR IS STILL NO FREEDOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The struggle for FREEDOM continues even though it seems like EVIL keeps winning here in Cuba's case. Anyway, I will never give up in regards to Cuba's FREEDOM!!! Remember all those Reggae songs denouncing Aparthied South Africa, well I'm a big fan of Reggae, and since NOBODY has done a reggae song for Cuba's FREEDOM, I will leave you with the song above, and when listening to the song just change the lyrics from Hawaii to Cuba!!!

Sunday, March 20, 2016

obama is just about in Cuba.....getting my Pepto Bismol ready!!

It's Sunday hours before the Obama visit to Cuba and my stomach is already churning. The last several days all these reporters with the same line" It's historic, it's the first time in warp years that a US....blah ...blah""" Yet they barely mention anything about the over 200 arrested before the UN HISTORIC visit.

Just Obama conceding everything to the Cuban DICTATORSHIP and Cuba conceding NOTHING.

Just like the Pope's visit to Cuba......putting lipstick on a pig

"More than 200 Activists Arrested Throughout the Island"

Just before the Obama visit to Cuba....
Click here for the story!

Let me introduce myself......The Rolling Stones announce free concert in Cuba

Ooo, who
Ooo, who
Ooo, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who

Please allow me to introduce myself
I'm a communist dictatorship full of wealth and taste
I've been around for a long, long 57 years
Stole many properties, land, and Cuba's soul and faith
And I was 'round when we executed and imprisoned the Cuban people
Had their moment of doubt and pain
Made damn sure that che and my cronies
Washed their hands and sealed their fate
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name(sing it louder, remember it's historic!!)
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game
I've stuck around 57 years
When I saw it was a time for a change
Killed more of my people and imprisoned them, and took their FREEDOM away
The Cuban people screamed in vain
I ride a Mercedez, while my people ride in 1950 cars
Held a commadante rank(57 years)
When my security apparatis go on a rage
And while the bodies stink in my dungeons
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name, oh yeah
Ah, what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, oh yeah
I watched with glee
While my useful idiots
Fought for my ideology for decades
For the absurd ideology of communism and robbing you of your soul
I shouted out,
"Who killed the Cuban people?"
When after all
It was me and my regime
Let me please introduce myself
I'm a regime full of vast wealth and taste
And I laid traps for those who try to defeat me
Who get killed before they reach me
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guessed my name, oh yeah
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, oh yeah, get down, baby
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guessed my name, oh yeah
But what's confusing you
Is just the nature of my game
Just as every one in my regime is a criminal
And all the atrocities keep going after 57 years
As normalization they think will change my ways
Just call me the castro regime
Cause I'm in need of some regime change and the Cuban people  need FREEDOM
So if you meet me
Have some courtesy and give us all that we want
Have some sympathy, Give me Guantanamo, and millions of tourist dollars
Use all your well-learned politesse and call it "NORMALIZATION"
Or I'll lay your soul to waste, um yeah, and give you NOTHING in return
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guessed my name, um yeah
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, um mean it, get down
Woo, who(sing it comes the guitar riff)
Oh yeah, get on down
Oh yeah
Oh yeah!
Tell me baby, what's my name
Tell me honey, can ya guess my name
Tell me baby, what's my name
I tell you one time, you're to blame
Ooo, who
Ooo, who
Ooo, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Oh, yeah
What's me name
Tell me, baby, what's my name
Tell me, sweetie, what's my name
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Ooo, who, who
Oh, yeah

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Todos Marchamos Miami

Please wear white in solidarity with the Ladies in White and come show your support for the Cuban Resistance. We will meet at the Bay of Pigs Memorial located on 8th Street and 13th Avenue. The three block march will begin at 11:00am, taking us in front of Casa Del Preso, 1140 SW 13th Avenue. There we will come together in a rally filled with the energy of those that like you, want freedom for Cuba. We will be reaching out to #TodosMarchamos in Cuba live where they risk their lives, their liberty to march. Donato Poveda will be performing live and we will hear from Cuban Exile leaders. Join the March!
Click here for the site!
Por favor vestir de blanco en solidaridad con las Damas de Blanco y para mostrar nuestro apoyo a la Resistencia Cubana. Nos vamos a reunir en el Monumento a los Mártires de la Brigada 2506 en la SW 8st y la 13 Ave. Marcharemos tres cuadras hasta la Casa del Preso, que está en el 1140 SW 13 Avenida. Una vez que lleguemos a la Casa del Preso realizaremos una concentración enérgica por la libertad de Cuba. Intentaremos hacer contacto con los hermanos de #TodosMarchamos en Cuba, donde están arriesgando sus vidas marchando por la libertad. El reconocido cantautor Donato Poveda presentará su poderosa canción dedicada a los presos politicos cubanos: "Plantados", y harán uso de la palabra líderes de la Resistencia Cubana. Les pedimos a todos: únanse a la marcha!


Cuban bloody tyrant Raúl Castro recently denied his country’s involvement in the Syrian civil war. Of course, Raúl Castro may have lied. Barack Obama, who lies constantly, backed up the denial of the Cuban regime. On October 13, 2015, the University of Miami's Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies said that General Leopoldo Cintra Frias, Minister of the Cuban Revolutionary …
Thanks to Madruga for sending me this article!

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Did Mayor Clint Johnson read El Cafe Cubano "Top Ten Things to do in Cuba?"

Did Mayor Clint Johnson read El Cafe Cubano's Top 10 things to do when you visit Cuba? Item number 6 on the list states:

6) You want something REALLY Authentic: Get some rafts, inner tubes, or any floatation device, and at the crack of dawn, take to the water, and for kicks, see how long it takes you to get to Miami!!!

The mayor of DeBary, Fla., wants to do something similar by making a homemade raft in Cuba, and then rowing back 90 miles to Miami. Why? Is this some new reality show Cuban rafters? Any way to make this more authentic, El cafe Cubano has a few suggestions:

-While in Cuba building your raft, criticize the Cuban dictatorship for kicks and let the security apparatus know the exact escape plan!

-March with the Damas de Blanco on a Sunday

-If you encounter any problems while floating around, NO HELP from the Coast Guard or anyone,to get that real AUTHENTIC BALSERO FEEL.

-NO MEDIA COVERAGE PLEASE or some reality show with a nauseating moderator blaming all of Cuba's ills on the embargo

Over 50 activist arrested last Sunday........but the normalization circus continues

The normalization circus continues, but NOT ONE PEEP about what has been going on the last 44 Sundays? This past Sunday 50 peaceful dissidents were brutally arrested, YEAH RIGHT.....this regime has intentions of really changing!

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

FOUL BALL.......Obama to attend Rays-Cuba game in Havana on March 22

It's very sad everyone is throwing the word "HISTORIC" around in regards to the announcement of the Tampa Bay Rays playing in Cuba and to add insult to injury, Obama will attend the game, legitimizing the circus and the Mafia dictatorship in Cuba.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Obama to visit Cuba in March

Obama plans to visit Cuba in March and the news media again triumphantly trumpeting the word "HISTORIC"........yet many of us feel like a machete has pierced us right through the back!

Is Obama again legitimizing a cruel communist dictatorship?

Remember when Obama did the unscheduled "HOLA" tour at our beloved sacred Ermita? The very next day he announce the opening of relations with Cuba, without asking in reciprocation from Cuba to do something and loosen it grip on the Cuban people!


HISTORIC will be the day the Cuban people are FREE......

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Cuba Valentine Selfies!!!!

Roses are Red
Violets are Blue
Carnations are Sweet
And so are you.
And so are they
That send you this
And when we meet
We'll have a kiss.

Cuba selfie of the day....Valentine Style

This past Sunday on Valentine's day, the Damas de Blanco(The Ladies in White) marched for the 41st straight Sunday and a 130 PEACEFUL PROTESTERS were arrested.

The Pope meets with the Russian Orthodox leader in Cuba.

The Russian Orthodox leader meets with The dictator of Cuba