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 No.20294[Last 50 Posts]

The USA is trying to manufacture a happening in Cuba: https://twitter.com/TPostMillennial/status/1414328377683718148

Is this cause for concern or just a meaningless glow OP?


NOTICE:
THREAD IS ON HIGH GUSANO ALERTislamic_communismIslamic Communism

 No.20295

didn't they recently say they were going to loosen restrictions? thats what happens

 No.20296

Tell us what's going on in the picture for those of us that don't want to go to your twitter shit.

 No.20297


 No.20298

>>20294
It is nothing.

 No.20299

Nothingburger. Trying to manufacture consent.

 No.20300

>an American flag
It makes you wonder doesn't it?

 No.20301

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police in cuba when they are attacked with stones -> levave in order not to cause escalation
pigs in burgerstan when people are standing on the street -> haha police car go brrrrrrrrrrr

 No.20302

I personally hope that it is a form of "uprising" of the Yeltsin kind. If only because I want to see the full destruction of Cuba after it's "liberalized" and all of those people who may have had secure employment and a house and ration cards to have expensive unaffordable food, homelessness and unaffordable rent.

Don't get me wrong I don't want people to suffer but I'd consider it a lesson to these people to know what they will be losing. Russia learned the hard way, and so will Cuba if it goes down this path.

 No.20303

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>>370328
>Cuba is a revisionist social fascist state like the rest of the so called socialist countries in Latin America

 No.20304

File: 1626038705243.png (2.46 MB, 1920x1080, cuba.png)


 No.20305

>>370328
how are you Agent Sánchez?
what is the weather like in Miami?

 No.20306

I remember someone did a journalist investigation.
When Obama started to lift sanctions or the process of lifting them, Cuba agreed to also be open with their cultural relationship with artists from Cuba living in the U.S. allowing them to be close to Cuba, too. From there, they created some sort of ONG related to music and youth. In the end, is pure USAID/NED shit.

 No.20307

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A weird post appeared here a few hours ago talking about overthrowing the Cuban commies and the jannies deleted it. Something was up. Looks similar to previous campaigns such as SOSNicaragua where glowies and gusanos try to astroturf a color revolution into motion. Generate a few hundred people to march down the street and yell a bunch, present them as bigger than they and then the pictures get shilled hard to try to generate momentum with lots of hashtag mongering.

Incidentally, Diaz-Canel just did a ceremony to wish the Olympics team good luck.

>>20302
Hoping for a counter-revolution to destroy a socialist state so people will suffer and then be reminded why socialism is good. Big brain.

 No.20308

>>20301
Look at this "brutal" Cuban regime. Those cops are driving off after getting hit with stones by these "freedom fighters". But look at these American "peace" officers only doing their job and running over these "terrorists".

 No.20309

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 No.20310

If they try anything all subhuman counterrevolutionaries will be decimated

 No.20311

>>370342
>Projecting much, Langleytard? Funny that you should even acknowledge a settler colony, reveals a lot about you

 No.20312

>>20307
In a world where socialism is on the defensive yes. They need to be reminded, freshly reminded why socialism is good. It's like a spoiled child, you need to punish them and take away their toys and candy to remind them who's boss, to remind them if they act out they'll lose the roof over their head, their food, their lives.

 No.20313

>The First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Party and President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, was in San Antonio de los Baños, and appeared before Cuban public TV, from where he addressed the people.

>During his statements, the Head of State denounced the participation of the US administration in the historic political destabilization actions that are taking place against Cuba, and which have intensified, particularly during the pandemic.


>He illustrated with concrete examples that occurred between 2020 and 2021, particularly difficult years in which the economic, commercial and financial blockade against the Island has been hardened to cruelty, with the purpose of suffocating the island's economy, and ending interference.


[…]

>In San Antonio de los Baños, he says, a group of people gathered in one of the most central parks to claim, even revolutionary people who may be confused by the misinformation on social networks joined.


>"We call on all revolutionaries to take to the streets to defend the Revolution in all places," said Díaz-Canel.


>"We are not going to hand over the sovereignty of our homeland," he said.

 No.20314

>>20307
>Cuban commies and the jannies deleted it. Something was up. Looks similar to previous campaigns such as SOSNicaragua where glowies and gusanos try to astroturf a color revolution into motion

I saw yesterday trending in Twitter U.S. SOSCuba and SOSNicaragua in the top 10.

 No.20315

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If the Cuban government is willing to pay for flight costs I would be willing to help slaughter all of them if their own police are too cucked to do so.yugoslaviaYugoslavia

 No.20316

>>20310
BASED

 No.20317

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 No.20318

Extremely relevant for once the inevitable traces of CIA presence or when "democratic opposition" leaders start popping up

 No.20319

>>370355
Hey! Agent Martinez! What are you doing on leftypol? Your not on shift. Oh you're on duty to replace the water gallon in the break room

 No.20320

>>20307
This is a full on glowie operation.

 No.20321

>>370355
Someone hasn't read their color revolution handbook where the point is to provoke an overreaction from the state. Tried it in Hong Kong too.

>>20320
100%

 No.20322

>>370355
This carefully orchestrated transition conspiratory shit literally has never happened in the history of socialist governments. Even in cases such as the USSR it was more about the carelessness of reformers who didn't deal with liberals like Yeltsin in time.

Not trying to defend Gorbachev, I still think he bears most of the responsibility, alongside other reformer party members, however even if you think they all did it on purpose there's no way to prove that. I'm far more inclined to believe they were all just utopians who thought they could liberalize while mantaining the union without realizing someone like Yeltsin would come to fuck everything up. Stupidity far likelier than careful planning to willfully destroy the country.

Regardless, shit is just starting. What's the most agressive thing the protestors have done yet? Throw rocks at cop cars? It's nothing extreme yet, if they try anything more radical they will get fucked by the cops or army if necessary/ Reminder that the HK police dealt with the color revolution without killing a single person.

 No.20323

>>20313
This is how you defend a revolution by calling volunteers of socialist patriots. You don't need the police or military, just people who love their country who will resist the counter-revolutionary reactionaries. It's hilarious that Trump engaged in this very thing which is socialist in character but was used for "protecting private property" during the 2020 uprisings. It is commendable that Trump engages in socialist like rhetorical and behavior asking the people to rise up. Socialism doesn't need police, it just needs a red-brigade of volunteers to fight for the defense of the revolution.

 No.20324

>>20321
And what’s going to happen when the state puts their foot down? They’re already allegedly being sanctioned by America, are the imperialists going to invade? Because Russia and China would nuke America to oblivion if they tried. So Cuba has nothing to lose…unless they’re intending to be replaced with an open American ally

 No.20325

>>20324
>Because Russia and China would nuke America to oblivion if they tried.
No they won't. Russia and China are capitalist.

 No.20326

File: 1626040203066.mp4 (1.19 MB, 320x320, Ug6HrbND2BHfh11o.mp4)

>There’s a group of counter-revolutionary, mercenary people paid by the U.S. government, paid indirectly through agencies of the North American government to assemble these types of demonstrations.

 No.20327

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>>20315
Socialist patriotism is based, acab, we don't need police or the state. Just our guns and our will and we will personally put these traitors in their place at zero cost to the police and the state. I want to remind everyone that worker's brigades are private militias that come from the people and fascists copied our style as the brown shirts. Communists have been stomping out fascists without need of police since forever. So like you said, if they'll pay for my flight and lodging I'll arm myself and personally organize the socialist resistance.

 No.20328

>>20325
BEEP BEEP BEEP!!! GLOWIE ALERT!!! GLOWIE ALERT!!! WEEE WOOO WEE WOO!!! GLOWIE HAS ENTERED THE BUILDING, REPEAT GLOWIE HAS ENTERED THE BUILDING!!!

 No.20329


 No.20330

>>20302
Nah bro. It sucks if we lose Cuba. We lost Russia and look at it now. No chance of Russia becoming truly communist anytime soon.

 No.20331

>>20302
Nah bro. It sucks if we lose Cuba. We lost Russia and look at it now. No chance of Russia becoming truly communist anytime soon.
>>20307
They even got Mia Khalifa to post about it 2 days ago.

 No.20332

>>20325
>>20324
If America tries shit in Cuba China will 100% take over Taiwan

 No.20333

>>20332
this x100ak-47AK-47

 No.20334

>>20302
retard

 No.20335

>>20332
With their long-term state capitalist goals, it wouldn't make any sense for them to ruin all that by invading Taiwan. They still have deep trade relations with Taiwan despite whatever mainstream news is reporting.

 No.20336

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>>20302
As a Latin American, fuck you bitch.

>>20294
Amerilards getting ever more desperate, their empire is crumbling. It's like watching a cornered animal. Sad! (and funny)chavismoChavismo

 No.20337

The right to freely speak should be denied to the reactionary elements, bourgeoise, and people's enemies.allendeAllende

 No.20338

Reminder that a single guy, a non state actor, could completely DECIMATE the Cuban and Venezuelan militaries in a single day, and China wouldn't be able to do shit as long as that guy wasn't connected to the US Government. 1 Man destroys 60 years of socialism. After 2020, you get what you fucking deserve. FUCK COMMIES.

 No.20339

Oh God, this hasn't reached the news cycle where I'm from yet. I already feel sick to my gut thinking of the libs who'll stan for this.

 No.20340

>>20339
Me neither. Not even in Twitter. Just some low traffic

 No.20341

>>20338
Is this from a Rambo movie

 No.20342

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>>20338
These air forces are absolutely puny and would be completely rendered useless in a week without even killing a large amount of soldiers, just destroy the planes and wait for surrender.

 No.20343

>>20341
I see myself more like Pierce Brosnan's Bond.

 No.20344

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>>20343
This you?

 No.20345

i don' really feel much shit here.

 No.20346

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>>20338
>Reminder that a single guy, a non state actor, could completely DECIMATE the Cuban and Venezuelan militaries in a single day
Already tried, didnt work. Seethe USoid.chavismoChavismo

 No.20347

>>20294
A friendly remind to everyone that Cuba is a revisionary fascist dictatorship.
Shit Castro wasn't even a communist after the revolution as he claimed that communism isn't cristian and he was friendly to Franco. Like chavez (before he assumed power) he just wanted to have independence but there wasn't a "right wing" (or anything that isn't communist) anti USA government in latin america, that's why they choose socialism.

 No.20348

reminder Cuba is probably the most socialist state in the world currently

 No.20349

>>20347
What's up with influx of these style comments?
Complete dogshit liberalism

 No.20350

Since everybody is talking about Cuba: Why is the cuban government tolerating Guantanamo?

 No.20351

>>20349
Yeah I've noticed a lot of general pessimism type comments from what seems like a very minor protest here.

 No.20352

>>20350
It can't really liberate it without probably starting a war with the USA.lenin_capLenin Cap

 No.20353

>>20350
what exactly do you want cuba to do about guantanamo in their current situation? invade it? and then what? get carpet bombed?islamic_communismIslamic Communism

 No.20354

>>20350
Trying to expel them by force would be considered an act of war by the US. https://youtu.be/0dU4IMex4FU

 No.20355

Chilean rightoids are already taking advantage of this #SOScuba shit while our cops just murdered another indigenous person and they celebrate or at best say nothing about it. Fucking sociopath clowns.

 No.20356

>>20352
>>20353
Isn't this proof, that Cuba has no sovereignty?

 No.20357

>>20328
Russia is certainly capitalist and both Russia and China probably don’t want use Nukes retardeurekaEureka

 No.20358


 No.20359

>>20356
What the hell are you talking about

 No.20360

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>>20344
no this is
>>20346
I don't mean 300 blackwater dudes chilling out and trying to have a little insurrection with real guns this time. I mean that if you cut the head off of a non mythic snake it doesn't grow back.
>Al Qaeda lost Bin Laden and they went away
>ISIS lost Al Baghdadi and they're not coming back
>not to mention the propaganda victory it is once the heads died
Some prince kills a few of his family members over petty shit and the Nepalese royal family is defunct shortly after. This guy should really be considered a commie hero.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nepalese_royal_massacre

 No.20361

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>>20355
Here on Argentina porky media is already on the case, trying to manufacture consent, as usualdemocratic_socialismDemocratic Socialism

 No.20362

>>20357
hey CIA man why not spill some secrets for us?

 No.20363

>Americans talk about switching jobs
<OMG, AMERIKKKA IS GOING TO FALL ANY DAY NOW!!1!
>Cubans stage some big protests
<Hehe totally nothing to see here
The absolute state of leftypol

 No.20364

>>20362
Are you contesting that Russia is socialist or that China/Russia would steer towards the literal kinetic use of nukes?eurekaEureka

 No.20365

>>370512

 No.20366

>>20363
Your shit stinks of demoralization.
>>20364
i don't know I meant to quote >>20356

 No.20367

>>370355
Glowuygha

 No.20368

This is making me plunge in the deepest of blackpills.
We're really gonna have 1000 years of liberalism, aren't we?sandinistaSandinista

 No.20369

Why are there so many glowies in this thread?

Does CIA funding cover even Leftypol now?

 No.20370

>>20366
>Your shit stinks of demoralization.
I'm just trying to point out an inconsistency in leftypol's logic.

>>20368
As long as China is around, you probably have nothing to worry about. Cuba going lib would be pretty inconsequential in the grand scheme of things.

 No.20371

>>20369
they even contacted Mia Khalifa
I have 0 doubts we have some glowies in here

 No.20372

>>20365
What's glowie about wanting to turn the bunch of demoralized cowards in this thread towards more productive behavior? Turn demoralization into revolutionary anger to inflict on the enemies of the people.

 No.20373

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>>20368
Uhh, well, I don't any inside scoops about how it works down there, but the Cuban intelligence people seem to know how to squash this monkey business pretty fast.

 No.20374

>>20358
Well, if you let foreign powers to dictate what is happening on your OWN soil, isn't this proof, that you are nothing more than a vassal state?

 No.20375

>>20370
<China
Where the fuck are they in this moment?
When Russia had to protect its Syrian ally they intervened and BTFOed the opposition, China?
Their non intervention shit is the biggest blackpill imaginablesandinistaSandinista

 No.20376

>>20375
Chinese special forces operate in Syria.

 No.20377

oh nononono people protesting we cant have that

 No.20378

>>20376
A very small bunch and in an inconsequential way (most likely intel gathering).
As long as China will not pay back we'll be trampled by a wave of color revolutions and liberalism.sandinistaSandinista

 No.20379

>>370512
Glow

 No.20380

File: 1626043407188.png (1.66 MB, 1385x1354, Dirty Gusanos.png)

>Cuban-Americans are filthy gusa-

 No.20381

>>20373
Instead of using the police or secret police why can't they just get regular patriots to volunteer? Using police or secret police only justifies in the eyes of the counter-revolutionaries that their cause is just. The say to defend a revolution is through regular peopy volunteering which discourages the masses from any monkey business.

 No.20382

>>20362
Putin wouldn't give a fuck about China if I told him that the Old World Order is back and it's Me (USA), Modi, Macron (political chameleon), Kagame, Boris, Bolsonaro, Orban, and him vs. China and all other communist countries and insufficiently right wing governments (Germany, Belgium, Sweden, etc)
Fallout: New Vegas is literally a simulation for my future political moves, and I know that the average NCR man doesn't give a fuck about House or Caesar as long as they're personally doing pretty good.rethuglicanRethuglican

 No.20383


 No.20384

>>20375
What do you mean, is China supposed to be the world police now? If anything they're smart by not getting involved in dumb proxy conflicts.

 No.20385

>>20379
>Yes let's join hands with the liberals! Let's join in the collapse of socialism instead of resisting!

 No.20386

>>20381
>Instead of using the police or secret police why can't they just get regular patriots to volunteer?
They are using both

 No.20387

>>20383
Read the article

 No.20388

>low camera angle
>protest b/w 50-200
am shaken

 No.20389

>>20385
No officer, setting Americracker lawns on fire won't resist the situation on Cuba. Try to find a better line.

 No.20390

>>20360
all those organizations failed for completely different reasons dumbass, this isnt one of your shitty burger movies or video games where all the npcs die once the queen is killed.

Do you honestly believe Cuba would collapse if they killed Diaz-Canel? dont be ridiculous

 No.20391

>>20384
No, I'm saying that the Us and China are playing a rigged game, cause the Us can depose via color revolutions and coups non aligned government and China cannot.
You can't win this game.sandinistaSandinista

 No.20392

>>20374
Youre fucking retarded. Socialist Cuba has been a vassal state of the USA and no prerev porkies have gotten their land and properties back?

 No.20393

So? Cuba isn't even socialist. The ruling class does not represent the workers and is just a aristocratic government like all of right wing latino countries meanwhile the bourgeois is literally non-existent in there. You know that socialism is just a transition and not a complete anihilation of the porkys right? China knows this and that's why they control the burgos.

 No.20394

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>>20360
Irrelevant. Castro, Che, Ho Chi Minh are all dead but their legacies stand. Why is that?

>nepalese royal family

That's because monarchy is a bankrupt concept in the 21st century. Why should people keep inbreds in power just because some ancestor of theirs won some dumb battle centuries ago?

>>20363
Yeah right, "Cubans". Pic relatedchavismoChavismo

 No.20395

>>20389
Cry more demoralizing fed

 No.20396

>>20391
That's why you have to change the game. Just like if you were fighting a superior enemy, you wouldn't fight them on their own terms, or in a conventional battle.

 No.20397

>>20393

Is this just one dude shitting up the thread by posting glowie takes now?

 No.20398

>>20393
socialists would lose a good potential nuke launching site though

 No.20399

>>20391
China can just use their economic might to bring countries into their camp, as they have been doing with their Belt and Road Initiative. You don't to respond to every threat with armed force.

 No.20400

>>20397
I'm convinced there is a heavy operation going on in social media and perhaps even here

 No.20401

imagine thinking being the CIA and trying to convience a hundred of random fags that socialism is cringe. /pol/ is based! Yeah fucking right.

 No.20402

>>20394
>Yeah right, "Cubans". Pic related
Yes, I'm sure that all the protesters are Cuban-Americans who snuck into the country /s

 No.20403

>>20396
Can't change the game.
There's too much violence on the other side.
You have scarce nuance or space to maneouvre.sandinistaSandinista

 No.20404

>>20402
>/s
Reddit is that way

 No.20405

>>20392
Someone ban this faggot liberal

 No.20406

>>20389
>t. liberal

 No.20407

The fuck is up with this thread? are we being raided?

 No.20408

>>20404
>muh reddit boogeyman
Come up with actual arguments next time, okay?

 No.20409

>>20407
Probably just a troll. Leftypol takes bait like crazy.

 No.20410

>>20405
>Guantanamo means that Cuba is a vassal of the USA
I bet you smell like burgers

 No.20411

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 No.20412

Why is /leftypol/ always short on mods?

 No.20413


 No.20414

>>20411
>No arguments
I guess I won then

 No.20415

>>20414
>U GOTTA DEBATE ME BRO

 No.20416

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 No.20417

>>20401
>believe me guys, you totally need shareholders in your life because, uhhh…. you just do okay?

 No.20418

>>20415
>DEBATE ME

 No.20419

>>20403
Imagine this:
<There are 10 pro China states and 10 pro Us one at the start
<Us coups 2 and stages color rev in 2
<Now there are 14 Pro Us states and 6 pro China ones

 No.20420

>>20414
oh no some random fags online really matter
hey cia uygha hope ya get ya paycheck. A good one too. I mean that sincerely go feed yo family. Keep shit posting here, who gives a shit?

 No.20421

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STAND WITH CUBA

 No.20422

>>20400
>I'm convinced there is a heavy operation going on in social media and perhaps even here
It's a pattern with glow ops where they flood the zone and try to define the terms of the debate at the outset. They come in with a united front and try to crack opponents so they control / set the terms.

 No.20423

>>20410
Oh I thought it was you that was saying Cuba is a vassal. This thread is being shitted up by liberals and demoralizers.

 No.20424

>>20421
extremely cursed image

 No.20425

OK dudes, this shill is not worth responding to. Please do not take the bait and let the tax dollars go to waste on this retard.

 No.20426

I would very much lile for Cuba to go down hard om these people.
The problem is that Cuba has no military support as of now.
They're alone.

 No.20427

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>>20414
>I guess I won thenchavismoChavismo

 No.20428

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>>20420
>>20415
>>20416
>>20427
lmao I guess I really hit a nerve there. Thanks for the (you)'s

 No.20429

>>20425
But I b8 to b8 and the thought of bending over b8r’s and assfucking them raw.

 No.20430

Can't tell if we are being targeted by some sort of glow operation or being raided by vaushites

 No.20431

>>20390
>>20394
I don't wanna kill NPC's at all, that's a useless McNamara strategy.
>Do you honestly believe Cuba would collapse if they killed Diaz-Canel? dont be ridiculous.
Culling various people in the top 20% according to the pareto principle destroys any organization, I think as little of.
Once Tony Soprano was gone, that was the death knell of his organization, killing him doesn't singlehandedley ruin the group if he's the first and only casualty, but after what– half the gang was gone since from like Season 4? The family is gone before a Season 7 can even be filmed so to speak.rethuglicanRethuglican

 No.20432

>>20426
>They're alone.
Where the fuck is socialist internationalism when you need it the most? (Looking at you China)

 No.20433

>>20300
My first thoughteristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20434

>>20428
You're welcome anon-kun. Now make sure your ass is safe I guess? Who literally gives a shit about what we think here?

 No.20435

>>20431
I think as little ofrethuglicanRethuglican

 No.20436

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I need a video of Diaz-Canel walking so I can create Wide Diaz-Canel set to Song for Denise (Maxi Version)

 No.20437

>>20419
Imagine this:
<There are 10 pro China states and 10 pro Us one at the start
<Us coups 1 and stages color rev in 2, and China builds belts an roads in 6
<Now there are 7 Pro Us states and 13 pro China ones

 No.20438

>>20437
based

 No.20439

>>20431
I think as little of 5% would basically wreck Cuba and Venezuela

 No.20440

>>20302
>I want to see the full destruction of Cuba after it's "liberalized" and all of those people who may have had secure employment and a house and ration cards to have expensive unaffordable food, homelessness and unaffordable rent.
Passionate.eristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20441

>>20431
>unironically using the pareto principle as an argument
>outdated pop culture references

you truly have no clue what you are talking about

 No.20442

Any live feed to follow what's happening on the ground?

 No.20443

>>20307
I think I've said this on this board before but Marco Rubio is always the spearhead for glow operations. It's quite odd, I wonder if he has actual connections within the agencies.eristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20444

>>20407
yeah there is some crazy astroturfing hereak-47AK-47

 No.20445

File: 1626044612953.jpg (Spoiler Image, 86.55 KB, 666x508, SIONIST.jpg)

>>20421
Greta is an eugenicist and radical ecologist who wants to reduce the third world population.

 No.20446

File: 1626044627098.png (2.86 MB, 1242x2157, Amazon position.png)


 No.20447

File: 1626044645751.jpg (67.79 KB, 592x554, 1548558190369.jpg)

>>20428
>lmao I guess I really hit a nerve there. Thanks for the (you)'s

>>20431
>basing your arguments on fiction
Lel what a lib. Cuba is just like Voldemort i guess? #maytheforcebewithrubiochavismoChavismo

 No.20448

>>20441
>disposition matrix the top 10% of Cuban military officers
>a bunch of random conscripts say fuck this and surrender because they're not jihadists who believe that dying = power ups in the afterlife
>???
>Grenada 2.0
>>20443
From wikipedia
>In October 2011, The Washington Post reported that Rubio's previous statements that his parents were forced to leave Cuba in 1959 (after Fidel Castro came to power) were embellishments.[4] His parents actually left Cuba in 1956, during the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista.[4] According to the Post, "[in] Florida, being connected to the post-revolution exile community gives a politician cachet that could never be achieved by someone identified with the pre-Castro exodus, a group sometimes viewed with suspicion."[4] Rubio denied that he had embellished his family history, stating that his public statements about his family were based on "family lore".[4]
>family lore
I love a good foundation myth, makes war easier to fight.

 No.20449

>>20436
They are even trying to pass off the counter-demonstrations as being the pro-USA crowd with fake audio. There's a strong glow campaign going on right now, including all the usual social media shenanigans. Mia Khalifa posted about Cuba 2 days ago. Blue check people get paid to post shit about it. Expect the online anarchists, leftcoms and Vaushites to post about this for the next weeks. Expect Reddit front page posts.

The video has a low camera angle and about 100 to 500 people. Now they will amplify it in the media and say the entirety of Cuba is revolting.

This is how they start color revolutions. They hope people inside Cuba will believe the foreign news and that it will snowball from there. But the president of Cuba already told the volunteers to come out and counter-protest against these gusanos.

I'm not super worried as of now, they try this shit every couple of years. This is exactly what they did with Hong Kong too, but it didn't work there and it hopefully won't work now.

 No.20450

>>20448
Yeah I understand his family is gusano, but he will get up in the business of totally other countries. Hong Kong springs to mind, he was at the forefront of that. There are very likely more that I'm forgetting but I just recall that nearly every single time there was a glow op somewhere he just "happened" to be there early running his mouth.eristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20451

File: 1626044769257.jpg (Spoiler Image, 210.75 KB, 888x900, E5zdC-xXIAI6o5x (1).jpg)


 No.20452

>>20431
>killing 5% of the population will cause disruption
>assassinating more than 500000 cubans might cause problems for the country
you dont say?

 No.20453

>>20452
I mean the 5% (25%) of 20% in a disposition matrix, not murdering the top 5% of a completely equally distributed society.

 No.20454

>>20437
<Assuming Bri deals are irreversible when Italy literally reverted its deal under Us threats
I can see where are you pointing anon, but you are underestimating the power of sheer violence and coercion.
A bunch of infrastructure does not change the political landscape of a country.

 No.20455

>>370328
Your ancestors got cucked in the bay of pigs, gusano.

 No.20456

>>20294
basedporkyPorky

 No.20457

>>20451
Я не говорю-по-испански, либерах.

 No.20458

File: 1626044959781.jpg (100.35 KB, 741x548, redterror.jpg)

Time for a bit of Chekist action against the countrrevolutionaries.lenin_capLenin Cap

 No.20459

>>20448
>disposition matrix the top 10% of Cuban military officers
>a bunch of random conscripts say fuck this and surrender because they're not jihadists who believe that dying = power ups in the afterlife
>???
>Grenada 2.0

because that worked that well against vietnam? Or against the soviets in the russian civil war? you know people have more reasons to die for than virgins in jannah, right?

 No.20460

>>20436
Fucking based. The fuckin glowies are trying to doctor this shit. Social media will not allow this to happen, its funny because every one of these mobilizations you literally see the cops dipping from the god damn neighborhood when shit gets crazy so you know for a fact that there ain't no brutal dictatorship coming down on the people. The cops in Cuba don't let shit escalate to riots because they leave and you see this proof from videos recorded by citizens and not the government. The god damn glowie American opps are trying to destroy Cuba MAKE SURE YOU SIGNAL BOOST THE RESISTANCE ON ALL SOCIAL MEDIA DO YOUR PART COMRADES

 No.20461

I want to ask an honest question. Do you think the CIA and similar orgs would actually post much on this board? This place has a rather small userbase and doesn't really have much influence on broader politics. Additionally, this board is paranoid as fuck and does not seem likely to fall for obvious CIA propaganda. If I were the CIA I would probably focus more on Reddit and Twitter if I were to try to meddle with online leftist communities.

Additionally, I would probably be more subtle. I wouldn't say "Yay, go [insert color revolution]!", as that would give me away rather quick. I would probably say something along the lines of "The US shouldn't be meddling in Cuba, but I think that Cuba is handling the situation the wrong way" or some other subtle way of getting people to be less supportive of a government that is targeted by a color revolution. This would give some plausible deniability if someone accuses you of being a fed who supports a color revolution. Additionally, I would probably do some D&C shit, perhaps by calling everyone with a fed or a fake leftist. At any rate, the CIA would probably do this on Twitter or something and not some obscure Mongolian basket weaving forum.

 No.20462

File: 1626045035673.mp4 (1.87 MB, 640x352, KKy3iHVdmKJaKRwg.mp4)

>>20449
>But the president of Cuba already told the volunteers to come out and counter-protest against these gusanos.
Video of some of the volunteers here.

 No.20463

File: 1626045048255.jpg (30.92 KB, 375x499, Felix Dzerzhinsky.jpg)

>>20458

On my way, anon.

 No.20464

>>20462

Holy mother of

B A S E D

 No.20465

File: 1626045161360.jpg (87.89 KB, 562x767, FelixDzerzhinsky.jpg)

>>20448
This may come as a surprise to you, but the people of Cuba actually want to defend their revolution.

>>20463
Based Iron FelixchavismoChavismo

 No.20466

File: 1626045211163-0.png (1.5 MB, 818x1061, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 1626045211163-1.png (309.59 KB, 795x642, ClipboardImage.png)

>>20328
>BEEP BEEP BEEP!!! GLOWIE ALERT!!! GLOWIE ALERT!!! WEEE WOOO WEE WOO!!!
UH OH STINKYeristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20467

>>20461
> At any rate, the CIA would probably do this on Twitter or something and not some obscure Mongolian basket weaving forum.
They don't post here all the time, but they try to go full force everywhere they can right in the beginning so they can frame the conversation

 No.20468

>>20454
That's not how things usually go down though. Besides, even if the US is able to cancel 5/10 BRI projects, that still leaves 5.

 No.20469

File: 1626045378816-0.png (104.73 KB, 283x627, panama.png)

File: 1626045378816-1.png (24.49 KB, 251x631, grenada.png)

>>20459
Those were wars, the people who wanted to fight in them actually wanted to and there was a lot of them.
Social media warfare is probably superior to gun warfare at this point, Pvt. Diaz and Cpl. Batista will surrender when they realize that they'll never get to see Evangelion 4.0 if they obey the orders of the 9th guy in line to run the fucking country.

 No.20470

>>20338
what did he mean by thiseristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20471

>>20467
But it would still be a lot of effort with little reward. Just look at how everyone in this thread is responding to the so-called "glowies". Does anyone have any actual evidence of fedposting? In particular, I wonder if any mods could pick out suspicious IP addresses (although I'd probably use a VPN if I were a fed, thus making fedposters hard to track)

 No.20472

>>20347
They were basically forced into the arms of Marxism by the fact of imperial aggression.
I'll never understand, why the American elites have such hubris.eristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20473

>>20469
God bless AmericagadsdenGadsden

 No.20474

>>20363
There are big protests all the time in America and barely to nothing changes. Nothing even truly changed from last year loleristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20475

>>20469
oh you're just memeing, sorry, to dense to realize

 No.20476

>>20460
Not a whole lot can be gained – and there's a lot to lose – from coming down hard on a crowd of randoms unless they're going to camp out in front of the legislature. They probably care more about the leaders, organizers and networkers who are plugged into the color rev op.

 No.20477

>>20462
They all look obese, non-healthy and adults. I have seen young people and more fitness on the other side. It's obvious who will win.anarcho-capitalismAnarcho-Capitalism

 No.20478

File: 1626045820835.mp4 (3.95 MB, 640x1138, cuban communists.mp4)

CUBA SÍ, YANKEES NO
CUBA SÍ, YANKEES NO
CUBA SÍ, YANKEES NO
CUBA SÍ, YANKEES NO

 No.20479

File: 1626045827857.png (1.46 MB, 1047x1280, ClipboardImage.png)

Is my geiger counter broken, wtf?

 No.20480

>>20479
Do you have any suspicious IP addresses?

 No.20481

REMIND EVERYONE THAT IN THE CAPITALIST DEMOCRACIES OF CHILE AND COLOMBIA THERE ARE LITERAL PROTESTER BODY COUNTS
REMIND EVERYONE THAT IN THE CAPITALIST DEMOCRACIES OF CHILE AND COLOMBIA THERE ARE LITERAL PROTESTER BODY COUNTS
REMIND EVERYONE THAT IN THE CAPITALIST DEMOCRACIES OF CHILE AND COLOMBIA THERE ARE LITERAL PROTESTER BODY COUNTS
REMIND EVERYONE THAT IN THE CAPITALIST DEMOCRACIES OF CHILE AND COLOMBIA THERE ARE LITERAL PROTESTER BODY COUNTS
REMIND EVERYONE THAT IN THE CAPITALIST DEMOCRACIES OF CHILE AND COLOMBIA THERE ARE LITERAL PROTESTER BODY COUNTS

 No.20482

>>370707
>Great man theory.

 No.20483

I'm afraid of getting vanned after that comparison:
Let's say Donald Trump says fuck Bahrain and Qatar and orders the entire military to be raytheon'd, then we Marshall Plan those countries back together, they'd be like Japan now, little mirrors of America.

 No.20484

>>20294
Cuba must look @ Haitian capitalism and think
"Wow i wish it was me"

 No.20485

>>20480
yeah we've gotten like a trillion IPs from langley, I am sure its just a coincidence though

 No.20486

File: 1626046151028.jpg (546.99 KB, 1465x2048, FIDEL.jpg)

Google translate with some corrections:

Cuba, Cubans. There are moments in the country's history when we have been pushed to the limit. Today we live in a particular situation, a pandemic that shakes the world, the Cuban authorities have done everything possible, however, the enemy in a stubborn desire to annihilate the Revolution, he has insisted on punishing us, persecuting us and manipulating us. For this he has made use of what he knows well, his illegal and arbitrary measures, but now, he has added one more element, manipulating those manipulable people in Cuba, those who live thinking of being there and not here.

Today a series of protests took place in the country, between claims and insults. We cannot forget that the Cuban Constitution was voted 9% against, not everyone agrees with the Revolution, and we are not going to force them to agree either. Worms, they have always existed.

But it is one thing that they exist, and another thing is to serve the historical enemy of the Revolution: the USA. We Cuban revolutionaries know perfectly what we have to defend. And as I said at the beginning, our history knows well the call of the Homeland: There was a first charge with the machete, then a second, and in Cuba there will always be the necessary ones.

Cuba, Cubans, to the machete! Fidel and the Cuban remedy…

Original:
>Cubana, cubano. Hay momentos de la historia patria en que nos han puesto al límite. Hoy vivimos una situación particular, una pandemia que conmueve al mundo, las autoridades cubanas han hecho todo lo posible, sin embargo, el enemigo en un obcecado afán de aniquilar la Revolución, se ha empeñado en castigarnos, en perseguirnos y manipulando. Para ello ha echado mano a lo que conoce bien, sus medidas ilegales y arbitrarias, pero ahora, ha agregado un elemento más, manipular a esa gente manipulable en Cuba, esos que viven pensando en estar allá y no aquí. Hoy de desarrollaron en el país una serie de protestas, entre reclamos e insultos. No podemos olvidar, que la Constitución cubana tuvo un 9% en contra, no todo el mundo está de acuerdo con la Revolución, y tampoco los vamos a obligar que lo estén. Gusanos, han existido siempre, pero una cosa es que existan, y otra diferente es servile al enemigo histórico de la Revolución; los EEUU. Nosotros, los revolucionarios cubanos, sabemos perfectamente lo que tenemos que defender. Y como dije al principio, nuestra historia conoce bien el llamado de la Patria, hubo una primera carga la machete, luego una segunda, y en Cuba siempre habrán las necesarias. ¡Cubana, cubano, al machete! Fidel y el remedio cubano…cubaCuba

 No.20487

>>20477
>The healthy, non-obese adults on the pro-Cuba side look like this. I have seen young people and more fitness on the other side. It's obvious who will win.
Oh… the pro-Cuba side has those too, but I think you can get into trouble if you take pictures of them. Also some of them wear baseball helmets.

 No.20488

>>20407
The glowies are on maximum overdrive

 No.20489

File: 1626046226285-0.jpg (257.16 KB, 1080x1229, IMG_20210712_012850.jpg)

File: 1626046226285-1.jpg (102.16 KB, 1080x412, IMG_20210712_012858.jpg)

Does anyone have that image of trotskyist supporting every counter-revolution against the USSR and siding with reactionaries?

 No.20490

>>20480
Yours you absolute cunt. Not even memeing.

 No.20491

>Not supporting the freedom fighters who want to establish actual communism against the degenerate fascist state of Cuba.
Cringe.anarcho-communismAnarcho-Communism

 No.20492

@lisandratlSUR reports that the vast majorities of cities are OK and normal, just some focal points.

 No.20493

File: 1626046489586.png (10.83 KB, 807x72, thatcher kek.png)

I'm just reading about Grenada properly for the first time and found this.
>>20490
Not me? Thank fuck, cause I'm literally INCITING AN INSURRECTION INTO YOUR SHITTY LITTLE COMMIE COUNTRIES

 No.20494

>>20492
This is just the beginning. The Hong Kong shit went on for like 2 or 3 years right?cubaCuba

 No.20495

>>20490
Just use your banhammer, responding to shitposters/glowies/shills won't do any good.

 No.20496

File: 1626046496682.webm (1.49 MB, 720x720, It's glowing.webm)


 No.20497

First Haiti, now Cuba. The USA is trying to exercise their power elsewhere in the world after pulling out of Afghanistan and trying to get dibs on the Caribbean before China gets in their shit.cubaCuba

 No.20498

>>20494
This is not the first time a small focal protest went on. Tbh, if you think this is HK-tier, you need to understand Cubans much more.

 No.20499

>>370731
Real life isn't a Paradox game or a Hollywood movie you sperg.

 No.20500

>>370735
Who's the cracker with the microphone

 No.20501

>>20496
kek
>>20394
I want face-rape that motherfucker so hard, he would wish to be dead after how he would look.
Piece of garbage.

 No.20502

>>20498
>Tbh, if you think this is HK-tier, you need to understand Cubans much more.
They want to make it grow this way because the CIA is pushing it HARD right now through all of their media. I am the OP of this thread and at first I thought it was a nothingburger but now I'm a bit more worried. However, I do think the Cubans mostly support their country and are very wary of the US meddling so they should go out in masses and drown these gusanos out.cubaCuba

 No.20503

>>370735
Don't let the bench press crush your neck on the way out you weakling.

 No.20504

>>20436
Miguel is sigma chad looking

 No.20505

>>20502
>I am the OP of this thread and at first I thought it was a nothingburger but now I'm a bit more worried.
Review Telesur, they in real-time proving they are in calm.

 No.20506

>>20294
yeah i remember how Bolivia was brushed off as a nothingburger at first. Hope they can track down the glowies quickly before they can cause more damage

 No.20507

>>370738

Miguel is going to crush those Gusanos and nobody will do anything about it, unless they want a military confrontation with China

Your gusano family members will get sentenced to jail and suffer beatings.

Good, you deserve to be in there with them

 No.20508

>>370738
>if you don’t let my daddy get rich off of your work you hate muh freedom
remain seething, chinlet

 No.20509

File: 1626047075475.png (820.27 KB, 2048x2048, 1597027953346.png)

>>370731
>>370735
>>370738
<suck it lefty faggots
this is what you breed, they are fed up with the lines and the shortages yet you intend to bring these to the rest of the developed world?
you better ban me for this post transhumanist janny
but not before i tell all of you how happy ill be the day communism finally flls in cuba
you are the scum of the erth and deserve nothing but what you are seeing right now,
slave morality faggots, you cannot take freedom because you need a master, because you are not man enough to stand against the cosmos on your own,
well i dont need a master and you will not impose one on me
for now letit just be said
*SUCK MY DICK*chavismoChavismo

 No.20510

>>20497
Democrat administration is more interventionist in latam

 No.20511

I am seeing huge counter-protests against Yankees in Cuba: "Cuba si, yanquis no!" they chant.
(from @Mision_Verdad)

 No.20512

>>370738
Capitaloids are free to get rid of the economic embargo whenever they want
Until then, stop pretending to care about third worlders

 No.20513

>>20511
Post the link comradecubaCuba

 No.20514

>>20495
Yeah, you're right. :)

 No.20515

Amusing af how during stable times people here never shat on Cuba, whenever we had a thread on them at best it was one or two leftcoms crying about it but now? Anti-cuba shit comes out the woodwork. Glowuyghurs are so unsubtle, they used to be competent now we have to deal with this level of unprofessionalism smh

 No.20516


 No.20517

>>20468
Even if BRI projects remain in place,this means nothing for workers in the country, cause you can easily have a shitton of infrastructure paid by China AND a reactionary political structure.
So Chinese soft power is nowhere as strong as Us soft power in impacting the political sphere of countries,for the very simple fact that "I'm not gonna make contracts with you" (which is Chinese leverage) is way less than a threat than "Do as i say or you won't wake up tomorrow". (which is the Us one).

Its like regular businessman vs the cartel, there's no way the first win.sandinistaSandinista

 No.20518

File: 1626047529303.jpg (75.03 KB, 748x1024, 1626047092873m.jpg)

https://twitter.com/tpostmillennial/status/1414326870003396608?s=21

Looks like Cubans are fed up with communism keeping them poor and downtrodden. I have vacationed in Cuba and the state of the country is awful outside of the tourist areas

 No.20519

File: 1626047559835.mp4 (9.21 MB, 640x360, wide_diaz_canel.mp4)

I tried

 No.20520


k dude

 No.20521

>>20517
Part of this has to do with the Chinese intelligence networks not being as developed in comparison the American networks, yes the CIA has been faltering lately however when put into context they still have an overreaching character with the capability of overthrowing governments. The situation simple hasn't been as favorable as in the past for them to be effective however they're still a threat. I hope this is something that China takes into consideration, hopefully they are already working on it or will start as soon as possible.

 No.20522

>>20485
Proofs?

>>20490
What's suspicious about my IP? It's not located on a military base or something (I just checked).

 No.20523

Hows the weather in Miami like? I’m sorry Castro took your serfs gusano.

 No.20524

Fuck off gusanosandinistaSandinista

 No.20525

>>20521
I hope so,cause otherwise the next Cold war is lost before even beginning.sandinistaSandinista

 No.20526

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 No.20527

>>20522
Don't give them hints, mods. Just ban these fucks.cubaCuba

 No.20528

File: 1626047918260.png (93.01 KB, 220x275, ClipboardImage.png)

>Looks like Cubans are fed up with communism keeping them poor and downtrodden. I have vacationed in Cuba and the state of the country is awful outside of the tourist areas.chavismoChavismo

 No.20529

That:s kinda sussy, kinda glowy.

 No.20530

>>20526
WUT? VERIFIED? HOW THE FUCK?
lmao
Totally not astroturf.

 No.20531


 No.20532

>>20518
There are more counter protesting. There were already few even protesting in the first place. It's AstroTurf bullshit faggot

 No.20533

>>20518
>communism is when you get embargoed to hell and back
enjoy your victory fashy, once the petrodollar kicks the bucket, you won't be able to pull off these schemes anymore

 No.20534

fuck off glowie

 No.20535

>>20530
Alexis Isabel used to be a fashion persona on social media that got pretty popular and then got redpilled and joined the PSL in like 2018. That's where the bluecheck comes from.

 No.20536

>be cuban
>material conditions suck
>be pissed at the situation
>now I"m a CIA goon

Can't you tankies just accept that Cuba is a shithole? You don't have to be a fascist or a glow to say that the Castro experiment failedegoismEgoism

 No.20537

>>20526
>>20529
Now that we know is pure astroturfing, the question is: Why?
Last time I saw one, was with Venezuelan "refugees" crossing the US-Mexico border (in a very staged show) and the reason was that in the next two months, a meeting discussing the $$$ that the ONG will receive to support the immigrants.
Is there going to be a new meeting or something in the congress regards the Cuban question, is it Biden that is planning to re-take Obama policy on Cuba?

 No.20538

>>20536
There is a difference between criticisms from the masses and Glowie criticism.
You can tell its glowie by calls to "end the dictatorship" and waving US Flags.

Cuba has been criticized by the masses but it never gets mentioned on twitter. The only reason why its trending is because this is a GLOWY OPERATION

 No.20539

>>20507
Doesn't Cuba have the death penalty? Time to bring it back if not. No mercy for the bourgeoisie and their sycophants.lenin_capLenin Cap

 No.20540

File: 1626048627032.png (39.69 KB, 427x400, 1625114185589.png)

>Looks like Cubans are fed up with communism keeping them poor and downtrodden. I have vacationed in Cuba and the state of the country is awful outside of the tourist areas

 No.20541

>>20529
>>20526
This is what happened before the Bolivian coup. If they roll out this shit it means there is a plot ongoing.sandinistaSandinista

 No.20542

File: 1626048697405.jpg (118.68 KB, 598x799, glowjak.jpg)

>Can't you tankies just accept that Cuba is a shithole? You don't have to be a fascist or a glow to say that the Castro experiment failed

 No.20543

All rioters should be identified and killed, unironically on Cuban television.

Glowies only understand power, violence and strength. Khrushchevite leniency is the most mortal mistake.stalinStalin

 No.20544

>>20537
Biden said during the campaign that he'd go back to the Obama-era policy but hasn't done shit and ease up on the sanctions. I wonder if this is an attempt by glowies and gusanos to stir it up as a way of pressuring Biden and to maintain the Trump-era hardliner policy.

>>20541
There are always plots ongoing.

 No.20545

Let's be real, anyone currently criticising Cuba should be banned.lenin_capLenin Cap

 No.20546

For my Cuban commies in thread, I do have to ask a question since I've had cuban friends here in US ask me before and I don't really have a reply since I haven't done enough research myself- what's up with the tourist only businesses that price their commodities in Euros or Dollars so natives are priced out of them? I know 9/10 times this is a point raised in bad faith, and these businesses wouldn't even exist if not for the US economic blockade and the USSR collapsing, but I'd still like an answer I could get people who bring this shit up to fuck off.

 No.20547

>>20545
It should be ban on sight. People were calling the fall of the USSR "progressive" and that led to the deaths of millions of people.

 No.20548

>>20545
Based.
I didn't support such a measure from old BO of talking about Rojava and saying "bad" things about Assad but Cuba is an actual socialist country enduring 60 of economic warfare by the US.

 No.20549

File: 1626048846038.jpg (2.06 MB, 3264x2448, 20210711_171127[1].jpg)

>>20527
I can prove I am not on a military base. I am at home. I have no connections to intelligence agencies, although I am not exactly sure how to prove that.

 No.20550


 No.20551

>>20549
Yo I see that place everytime I go to work lmao.

 No.20552

>>20549
So you glow for free? PatheticsandinistaSandinista

 No.20553

>>20549
Imagine being this retarded

 No.20554

>>20539
Shit idea brah. This would only give the burgers an actual excuse to pull a GrenadachavismoChavismo

 No.20555

File: 1626049049340.jpg (125.4 KB, 1502x2048, CatchThrow.jpg)

Put me in the field report.

 No.20556

File: 1626049069339.png (382.27 KB, 740x962, PartyLikeIts1956.png)


 No.20557

>>20526
Sigma stacy energy decimating the libshit amerliard bootlickers

 No.20558

>>20552
How exactly am I glowing? I haven't even said any anti-Cuba or pro-protest shit.

>>20553
What exactly did I say that is retarded?

 No.20559

>>20549
suburban kulak detected

 No.20560

>>20549
Same question as others. Why do you glow for free?

 No.20561

>Looks like Cubans are fed up with communism keeping them poor and downtrodden. I have vacationed in Cuba and the state of the country is awful outside of the tourist areas.

 No.20562

>>20558
You're kinda sus.
Also, request for an amogus flag, it's urgent.

 No.20563

>>20545
100% this

 No.20564

>>20559
Yeah I'm gonna burn down my mobile home if you force me to give you shit, better watch out!

 No.20565

Reminds me of when Castro warned Khrushchev that if he caught Russians having sex with Cuban women that he'd have to jail them

 No.20566

> color revolution happens
> anti-imperialist government refuses to immediately use heavy weaponry on rioters
Why?stalinStalin

 No.20567

>>20536
Visit Haiti and Columbia and compare material conditions there instead of comparing it to a country that used yours as it's colony fuckhole for decades.

 No.20568

>>20566
Probably optics and shit if I had to guess. You don't want to prove the propaganda right.

 No.20569

>>20566
Because it will be used as a casus bellicubaCuba

 No.20570

>>20549
uygha that doesn't look like an 11, either you have shit handwriting or you're from the future, therefore increasing the odds of you being a glowie

 No.20571

TelesurTV had videos about the counter-protests on Twitter but the posts got deleted. What the fuck?

This was the link: https://twitter.com/teleSURtv/status/1414369523407405060cubaCuba

 No.20572

>>20566 that kind of reaction is exactly what a color revolution wants

 No.20573

>>20566
Some communist countries are just fucking spineless sometimes.

 No.20574

File: 1626049355136.mp4 (Spoiler Image, 1.87 MB, 630x480, TheResidents1983.mp4)

>>20549
>working remotely due to covid
iktfb

 No.20575

>>20570
It took me a couple of minutes to write the note, taking the picture, and uploading it to the site.

 No.20576

>>20556
Are there any socialist states that have abolished the death penalty?

 No.20577

File: 1626049418563.jpg (42.5 KB, 680x676, ca9.jpg)


 No.20578

>>20566
It's not necessary yet, in Tiananmen the party only gave the order for the PLA to kill after the rioters started lynching unarmed soldiers, I know it's kind of a shame it had to get to that point but again in the case of Cuba it's even more necessary to avoid as much international backlash as possible. Nobody could do anything more than an arms embargo to China in 1989, Cuba has much more to lose if imperialists decide to attack.

 No.20579

>>20566
A lack of Chekist vigilance.lenin_capLenin Cap

 No.20580

>>20574
What kind of proof would you need that I am not a CIA agent?

 No.20581

>>20578
>unarmed soldiers
wat

 No.20582

>>20566
Because slaughtering protesters is monstrous and inhumane?

 No.20583

>>20576

A quick google gives me atleast East Germany that abolished it in the last 10 years of its existence.

 No.20584

Callate gusano puto

 No.20585

Reminder that the home ownership rate in Cuba beats that of StoreshitterstanchinaChina

 No.20586

>>20583
Ah I see

 No.20587


 No.20588

Twitter is deleting videos of the counter-demonstrations posted by TeleSur. Please download videos comrades so we can spread them. Make sure to post ITT.cubaCuba

 No.20589

>>20587
Because I said so. Next!egoismEgoism

 No.20590

>>20588
I also saw videos of Colombian police attacking protestors being passed off as being Cuba. There is a Colombian supermarket chain visible in the back though to debunk it.cubaCuba

 No.20591

>>20588
Do they have another outlet?

 No.20592

>>20587
If you actually have to ask why it's wrong to gun masses of people down then you're either an edgy teenager or an actual psychopath. Disperse and arrest the protesters, sure, but there's no need to behave like animals.

 No.20593

>>20297
Thank you based anticapital anon.

 No.20594

>>20566
Assad tried that tho

 No.20595

>>20582
Says who? If you take up arms against a proletarian dictatorship, you should expect execution. Society is a war to the death between classes and this can only be ended when the bourgeoisie is liquidated.lenin_capLenin Cap

 No.20596

>>20581
Yes, they first send unarmed soldiers, I suppose to not escalate the situation. That backfired because the rioters started killing them, beating them to death, throwing molotovs, etc.

 No.20597

>>20593
You're welcome.
>>20591
Maybe we can check their site, although they are long-form videos as far as I can tell.
https://www.telesurenglish.net/
https://www.telesurtv.net/cubaCuba

 No.20598

Venezuela has abolished capital punishment.chinaChina

 No.20599

>>20592
>it's wrong to gun masses of people down
It's wrong to gun down masses of rioters because rifle fire is too lenient for traitors to anti-imperialism. The real question is why the Cubans aren't sufficiently organised to shell the protestors with artillery.tankieTankie

 No.20600

>>20592
Utopian moralfag

 No.20601

File: 1626050072423.jpg (60.58 KB, 1054x814, E3X33BgWUAEQKcz.jpg)

spurdoSpurdo

 No.20602


 No.20603

This is the laziest color revolution attempt I've ever seen.
Can someone ask Agent Smith if he's doing okay? Maybe needs to take a day off? Just isn't feeling any passion for his work anymore?

 No.20604

>>20599
Even assuming that these were actual enemy combatants, why would you use artillery in your own cities? The collateral damage alone would be ridiculous

>>20600
LARPing American, this isn't a revolution and nothing is going to come out of this. The protests will likely fizzle out in a few weeks, so by the time you get your pasty ass down to Cuba to "kill some imperialists" the action will have already ended.

 No.20605

>>20518
based cuban liberty enjoyers
When will cummies finally admit that working for shareholders is literally just the natural order of things, and deviating from it is futile.
We have the balls of steel that wagies lack to make infestments and get shit done. Without us you are n o t h i n ganarcho-capitalismAnarcho-Capitalism

 No.20606

>>20603
He needs more pervitin to function properly

 No.20607

Give me a tldr

 No.20608

>>20604
Not american, projecting faggot. And I actually believe it's in the interests of the government to remain as peaceful as possible, but completely rejecting firing on protesters because it's edgy psychopathic makes you a utopian moralfag, therefore incompatible with communism.

 No.20609


 No.20610

>Obama administration dismantles the so-called "Pink Wave" in Latin America
>Trump administration bungles it, fails to remove Maduro and Morales, Bolsanaro possibly facing charges and a Lula victory looking likely
>Biden administration withdraws from Afghanistan
>Announces sending 20,000 troops to Haiti
>Now (apparently?) manufacturing unrest in Cuba

This is just speculation, but I wonder if the US is going to try and militarily force the issue in Cuba and Venezuela, as part of a larger project to "get their backyard in order" before dealing with Russia and Iran?

 No.20611

>>20609
http://twittervideodownloader.com/
then just find a website to convert from mp4 to webm
of course this site supports webm too

 No.20612

This is the most absurd attempt of color revolution I have seen in my life. They got a hundred paid people shouting slogans in Havanna, having Mia Khalifa embarassing herself on Twitter, and bots harassing modest leftists on social media in an nonsensical way.

This actually makes me laugh. Who engineered this farce?

 No.20613

>>370909
Let's not get too cocky, bros. It's just day 1. This can go on months or years (as in Hong Kong)cubaCuba

 No.20614

>>370909
probably a test run to detect errors and update their tactics

 No.20615

Give me a tldr

 No.20616

>>20595
None of these guys have taken up arms. These regime-change techniques were pioneered back during the Cold War as a fallback option in case the Soviets took Western Europe but were then turned into offensive weapons. Use corporate-style shell structures and information warfare to generate protest and provoke the targeted state to overreact out of panic. It's the state overreaction that turns the small astroturfed protest into a larger protest and then it snowballs into the collapse of the targeted regime in a positive feedback loop. The eventual goal is to generate 3% of the population to actively protest which is enough to camp out at the seat of government / overrun the legislature etc. thereby collapsing the state. And then the U.S.-picked people who are actually running the op move in and take over. I'm pretty sure the Cubans have studied this extensively and have countermeasures.

 No.20617

>>20615
glowie op

 No.20618

>>20609
Please download these videos bros before they get taken down and help spread them.
>>20610
Cuba has prepared for a massive guerilla war for decades. I'm not sure the USA would stand a real chance given they don't go full nuclear holocaust.cubaCuba

 No.20619

>>20610
good thing the lesser evil won the election, right vashites?

 No.20620

>>20615
some random hashtag #SOSCuba appeared on twitter, with all kinds of dubious people retweeting it. on the next day, a group of a few hundred "anti-communists" showed up in havanna with more social media outrage. communist party of cuba immediately retaliated and did a counterprotest four times as big with diaz-canel leading without bodyguards whatsoever.

 No.20621

File: 1626050953875.png (61.4 KB, 287x296, ClipboardImage.png)

>>20620
>leading without bodyguards whatsoever
IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME COMING BUT IT FINALLY CAME

 No.20622

>>20618
>Cuba has prepared for a massive guerilla war for decades.
Which is all well and good, but the US has demonstrated a willingness to endure guerilla war for decades, and unfortunately Cuba doesn't have the geographic advantages that Afghanistan enjoys.

Besides that, the cocksucking cold warrior generals in the Pentagon would probably be satisfied whatever the outcome, as long as they got to bomb the impudent dogs in Cuba.

 No.20623

Tfw trolling Gusanos on Reddit and Twitter to make myself feel alright.

Tell me it's all going to be alright bros. Don't let Cuba fall.

 No.20624

Why does Mia Khalifa care about Palestine but sides with imperialism against Cuba? Is it literally idpol?

 No.20625

File: 1626051133580.mp4 (1.06 MB, 640x480, chad_walk.mp4)

>>20620
>did a counterprotest four times as big with diaz-canel leading without bodyguards whatsoever.

 No.20626

>>20622
Has there been a single asymmetrical war the USA won? I don't see how an invasion would help regime change if there is a real guerilla movement of the masses. You can't take over a country like that (or you can't keep it).
>>20624
CIA makes NGO. NGO pays celebrities for posts.cubaCuba

 No.20627

>>20624
she bought into the imperialist propagandaak-47AK-47

 No.20628

>>20623
pics or gtfoatheismAtheism

 No.20629

>>20619
Something somethign Nazi, something something arguments. *hangs up*
horse cocks

>>20620
It's honestly hard to look at Twitter, the format is so short and .. ehm… groupthink-y by design that I just can't look past how many of the posts are indistinguishable from bots. Plus it shows such a limited slice of the responses. It's like if every online forum started replacing subforums, threads and search with " here are some choice posts the algorithm has chosen for you"

 No.20630

>>20620
Ok lmao its definetly and artificial glow op, and a weak one. This is going nowhere unless biden picks it up and decides to invade
>>20623
Don't worry.

 No.20631

>>20629
>[spoiler]
voreshits confirmed for mlpol

 No.20632

>>20544
>I wonder if this is an attempt by glowies and gusanos to stir it up as a way of pressuring Biden and to maintain the Trump-era hardliner policy.

I think it is most likely.

>>20545

At this point, in this thread, yes.

 No.20633


 No.20634

>>20625
Miguel proving his sigma energy is up there with the greats

 No.20635

>>20633
thanks

 No.20636

File: 1626051395528.png (1.78 MB, 992x744, ClipboardImage.png)

>>20622
uygha have you seen the Sierra Maestra? USoid nerds wouldn't "endure" a week therechavismoChavismo

 No.20637


 No.20638

File: 1626051462933.png (666.65 KB, 867x661, ClipboardImage.png)

/r/neoliberal liked it

 No.20639

>>20633
Lmao dunking on amerilard subhumans

 No.20640

>>20636
How many people live in the Sierra Maestra?

 No.20641

>>20549
Glowing for free TM. You, sir, are a useful idiot.
>>20566
Casus belli, my friend.

 No.20642

Either its another failed neolib glowvolution (very likely) or the USA decides to coup the government, and the country goes to utter shit with neoliberals seething and quickly looking for explanations

 No.20643

>>20626
>Has there been a single asymmetrical war the USA won?
I think the definition of "winning" in the Pentagon has shifted dramatically since its fusion with the MIC. If Afghanistan is a model, regime change, setting up a national bourgeoisie, and a stable (if corrupt) government isn't the end goal any more. Now war for war's sake seems to be the goal. Otherwise, with operations winding down in Afghanistan, you're looking at several very large, very wealthy, very well connected corporations, like Raytheon or Lockheed-Martin, which stand to see diminished profits as demand for bombs and replacement parts decline.

There's also to consider the nature of the US's "stealth welfare," which is the money and jobs that are provided by factories, companies, and contractors which provide the USM with its material (tanks, helmets, parachutes, etc).

I doubt the US government cares very much one way or another that Cuba is Communist, but would be glad to have another target to start bombing, and especially one that's so conveniently close to home.

 No.20644

File: 1626051533007.mp4 (4.08 MB, 636x360, viva.mp4)

More volunteers

 No.20645

possibility of glowies try to assassinate someone if this fails, then?albaniaAlbania

 No.20646

>>20642
The party has built the foundations which make a coup pretty much impossible. The situation would need to destabilize a lot more for a game changer like the army to switch sides.

 No.20647

>>20638
Fucking retards circlejerking for the death of possibly millions through neoliberal shock therapy. All of them deserve to be shot. Faggots.

 No.20648

Came here for this whats the tldr consensus, glow color revolution op or retards protesting?

 No.20649

>>20648
Word on the street is that the pro-Communist counter protests are larger than the anti-government protests.

 No.20650

>>20518
>le trollerino

 No.20651

>>20624
She's a dumb whore who has nothing to her name but porn. Retarded opinions are to be expected

 No.20652

File: 1626051835993.png (970.49 KB, 800x614, ClipboardImage.png)

>>20640
???
You said Cuba lacks geographic advantages, I pointed out one
>After Fidel Castro returned to Cuba in 1956 from exile in Mexico, he and the few other survivors from the failed 1953 attack on Moncada Barracks hid out in Sierra Maestra. There they succeeded in expanding their 26th of July Movement, starting a revolution throughout the region. They built up guerrilla columns, and in collaboration with other groups in the central provinces, Escopeteros on the foot-hills and plains, and the urban resistance, eventually overthrew Fulgencio Batista on 1 January 1959.

>>20648
BothchavismoChavismo

 No.20653

Right wingers are mocking the protestors for wanting to "join globohomo." I'm glad we can all agree that they are losers.

 No.20654

Doesn't Cuba also have people's militias, apart from military, which would protect their revolution?chinaChina

 No.20655

Is it over? Or situation critical?

Fuck USA btwviet_congViet Cong

 No.20656

>>20643
NTA and I more less agree but about
>Now war for war's sake seems to be the goal
I think it varies depending on the situation. I think in the case of Afghanistan it's a mix between not coming up with a proper strategy to beat the Taliban and not really giving a fuck and allowing them to continue their shit to justify keeping troops there. However in the case of Cuba I think the US would seek a win in the original meaning, replace the government with anything that will be loyal to the US (dictatorship, liberal democracy, etc) to take the opportunity to invest and get back all the lost profits ever since the revolution.

This is a generalization, but maybe in the case of really shitty countries, which will probably never even have the opportunity to become more developed (ie Afghanistan) the goal is to simply be there, and try to stay there for as long as possible. And in the case of countries which have a lot of potential to invest and whatnot such as Cuba the goal is regime change and a proper win for imperialism.

 No.20657

whats the purpose of color revolution in cuba now, was the us just butthurt cuba came out with its own vaccine?

 No.20658

>>20657
They've been gunning for Cuba forever. They must've now decided now's a good time for it. Maybe the Haiti shit is also linked to this? Another anon speculated in this thread that the US might be trying to get its backyard in order before going hard on China/Russia.

 No.20659

>A bunch of first world commies who don't care about Cuba, they just hate right-wing politics in their own country and use Cuba as an example of XY or Z. Add a handful of right-wingers and neoliberals who also don't care about Cuba, they just want to use the terrible state of the country as an example of their own XY or Z. If Cuba were a right-wing dictatorship, their roles would just inverse. "No, the dictator isn't perfect but he's improved the country and if not for [sanctions / rebels / foreign intervention], it would be a paradise".

>I'm from Venezuela AKA Cuba 2: Electric Boogaloo, so it's pretty much the same every time my country shows up in the news. If anyone Cubans show up, they'll be ignored by the tankies, because #notruecuban would oppose the glorious authoritarian state and you must be, depending on the degree of magical thinking involved, a CIA shill, or a rich fascist cuz you speak English and have internet access.

The malding impotence from Reddit is delicious

 No.20660

>>20657

CIA directors visited Bolsonaro
Communists/Anti-Imperialists elected/leading in Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Brazil, etc.

Haiti's leader assasinated with foreign mercenaries

US troops pulling out of Afghanistan


With all this, my guess is that Operation Condor2.0 is on the radar

 No.20661

>>20652
That's a different person. I didn't say that Cuba lacks geographic advantages, but that it lacks the geographic advantages of Afghanistan, namely that Afghanistan is extremely mountainous, it shares borders with states that are hostile to the US and willing to provide various types of support to the locals, it's landlocked, and it's on the other side of the planet.

Cuba meanwhile is less than a hundred miles from the US coastline, surrounded by the US navy, a third of Afghanistan's size, bordered on all sides by American allies, and, while not a geographic quality, its population hasn't been locked in guerilla war with foreign powers since the 70s.

 No.20662

>>20652

Is it really that important in the age of satellites, drones and missiles?viet_congViet Cong

 No.20663

>>20657
Miami kleptocracy wants more loot

 No.20664

>>20659
>The malding impotence from Reddit is delicious
Keep bullying them.

 No.20665

>>20620
Christ, they even copied the hashtag format. This is really phoning it in.

 No.20666

Wow, Reddit being based for once?
>The value the embargo has for the US is that Florida is a swing state with a sizable minority of Cuban American voters that hate the regime and would not vote for a candidate that wants to end the embargo. The electoral college system allows a group of neighborhoods in and around Miami control US foreign policy with Cuba.
<so Cuban-Americans want the rest of Cubans to life in misery? wow
To that some people reply
>Cuban Americans are nearly always the former Batista old guard. They were already making Cubans live in misery when they were in charge for their own benefit and are just butthurt and angry that the revolution came and booted them from their high horse.

>Yup. Cuban Americans are typically descended from the elite class that worked with the US to exploit Cuba. Hence why they fled during the revolution. The poor became educated, received healthcare, and were given jobs. All of this BS from the US isn’t even about socialism or the Cold War. They are still mad that US factories were seized during the revolution and Cuba has refused to compensate them. Cuba is really the only nation to stand up to the US that way.

 No.20667

>>20656
You might be right. I guess we'll see.

Starting wars in Cuba and Venezuela, so soon after ending operations in Afghanistan, seems to me like it would be really politically risky at the moment however you might slice it. It seems like a big gamble just to settle an old score with Cuba, or to put a bourgie regime in charge of Venezuela.

 No.20668

this thread should be archived later.burkina_fasoBurkina Faso

 No.20669

Please be nothing bros I can't take it…

 No.20670

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 No.20671

Reminder that members of the bourgeoisie are aware of leftypol and foreignpolicy has published an article about us. Do not be fooled by glowie demoralization campaigns.ak-47AK-47

 No.20672

File: 1626052925462.png (23.45 KB, 332x133, ClipboardImage.png)

upset_soyface.jpg
What do you MEAN you don't care about the plight of the Cubans?

 No.20673

>>20360
>assassination attemps on Fidel Castrater.wiki

 No.20674

File: 1626053073187.png (916.25 KB, 499x807, ClipboardImage.png)

>>20661
>>20662
Honestly, I don't know. Since the Bay of Pigs fiasco and the 600 failed assassination attempts on Castro, they're going for the indirect stuff (embargo, sanctions, planes dropping leaflets, paid gusano "protesters") but as I said on my first post, USoids are getting more desperate. They could lash out.

But I trust the CPC and the Cuban people. Remember the Bay of Pigs was supposed to be a walk in the park for the burgers too.chavismoChavismo

 No.20675

CIA did it is an 80-IQ /pol/ take. I don't know what's going on but I bet that there's a growing oligarchy that wants to break out of the restrictions of the socialist state and cash in. They organize a revolutionary movement.

 No.20676

File: 1626053124692.png (133.15 KB, 878x657, ClipboardImage.png)

Based

 No.20677

>>20666
This is pretty much the politics in the U.S. related to Floridians. The other Americans have to co-exist with these lolcows.

 No.20678

>>20666
damn, based

 No.20679

File: 1626053223513-0.png (228.81 KB, 1271x532, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 1626053223513-1.png (641.57 KB, 1508x6800, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 1626053223513-2.png (26.55 KB, 1258x412, ClipboardImage.png)

>>20659
>Frontpage of /r/worldnews
>Half the comments are taking the piss at imperialist pigs and gusanos
<Most upvoted comment holding since the submission was made (picrel3)
>"Freedom from US embargo"
>Half the comments are malding neoloberals and gods know how many bots
<(miamiherald.com)

Hahaha what is this half-assed garbage?
Did they outsource this Op to Hunter Biden's Wondrous Painting Emporium?

 No.20680

>>20675
whynotboth.jpg

 No.20681

File: 1626053266368.png (527.35 KB, 647x404, ClipboardImage.png)

Xi is sending in reinforcements and is about to open a few new vocational anti extremists job schools for the gusanos.

 No.20682

>>20676
The sigma anti-imperialist stacy vs the virgin omega male neocon

 No.20683

>>20657
I'm wondering if it isn't trying to reverse losses incurred during the Trump administration.

In the early 2000s there were a number of Left leaning governments that came to power in LA. Obama spent his two terms working to undo it, removing the president of Honduras for instance, or manufacturing charges against Brazil's Lula da Silva.

Trump tried to continue that trend, supporting the puppet Guaido in Venezuela and trying to contest the elections in Bolivia. Whether or not this was due to Trump's incompetence or to the CIA wanting to make him look bad, either way they didn't take, and now it's looking like Lula is going up against Bolsonaro in Brazil and is likely to win.

So this could be the US going gloves off and using their military to bring the colonies back into line, but only time will tell

 No.20684

>>20672
Lol, who wrote that? Cuba is vaccinating their population with their own vaccine, they have two developed vaccines.

 No.20685

File: 1626053477154.jpg (71.82 KB, 1140x641, cuba_libre.jpg)

Why are so many of these protesters way fatter than me, yet they're claiming they're having "food shortages"?

 No.20686

>>20685

CIA buckerinos

 No.20687

File: 1626053524879.jpg (41.01 KB, 190x436, sidebar-workers.jpg)

>>20684
They literally outsource medicine and invent novel vaccines. They're based and more red cross pilled than Switzerland.

 No.20688

>>20684
Twitter staff write the summaries. They also hyped up the Arab spring.

 No.20689

>>20674
Yeah, it's anyone's guess at this point. I'm sure the Cubans have reasons to be upset, but from everything I've read and heard the government is managing things well, or as well as can be expected considering the circumstances.

 No.20690

>>20687
*meant medics, not medicine

 No.20691

>>20685
Amerilards shipped in from Miami

>>20689
Yes. And the people support the CPC, they may not necessarily be literal communists but they remember what it was like before the Revolution (US brothel) and after (free republic). These "protests" are obvious astroturf shitchavismoChavismo

 No.20692

>>20683
>the CIA wanting to make him look bad,
Why would they do that lol?

 No.20693

>>20674
>But I trust the CPC and the Cuban people. Remember the Bay of Pigs was supposed to be a walk in the park for the burgers too.
Bay of Pigs was half-assed (no air support) and not repeated due to Soviet nuclear backing. I am not sure the same issues t hen would be present today.

 No.20694

>>20685
They have an american heart.
In the DW coverage people were marching with masks with american flags.
They aren't even subtle.
>>20693
Russia has not let one of his allies down since Medvedev leaved office. I don't like nuclear war, but I believe the US doesn't like it too.

 No.20695

>>20683
I also wonder whether glowies are trying to shift attention from the absolute madness in Haiti.

Also look at Lebanon. The PM is warning the country could collapse within days, but we're hearing about this glowie stuff.

 No.20696

>>20297
It’s like 20 people

 No.20697

>>20692
During Trump's campaigning he attacked "The Deep State," aka, the alphabet soup agencies. They also had a hand in manufacturing Russiagate nonsense, and Trump was very critical of them, their War on/of Terror. This is part of why Democrats now love "the intelligence community."

From 2016:
https://newrepublic.com/article/139348/trumps-war-cia-deep-right-wing-roots

>Donald Trump’s biggest fight during his transition to the presidency is with an unusual foe, the Central Intelligence Agency. Responding to a CIA assessment that the Russian government interfered in the U.S. election, Trump’s transition team bluntly dismissed the agency as “the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.” Michael Flynn, Trump’s national security adviser, has long seen the CIA as a biased political enemy. As The New York Times reports, “Mr. Flynn’s assessment that the C.I.A. is a political arm of the Obama administration is not widely shared by Republicans or Democrats in Washington. But it has appeared to have been internalized by the one person who matters most right now: Mr. Trump.” As a result, there has emerged “an extraordinary rift between the president-elect and the nation’s intelligence community that is unlikely to be bridged anytime soon.”


2019:
https://www.npr.org/2019/10/29/773127809/how-the-relationship-between-trump-and-his-spy-chiefs-soured

>Even when he's praising his spy chiefs, President Trump can't resist taking a swipe.


>The instinct was on full display this past weekend, as he announced the killing of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.


>"Thank you, as well, to the great intelligence professionals who helped make this very successful journey possible," he said in an address from the White House on Sunday.


>His intelligence officials are ''spectacular," "great patriots," the president went on.


>But then, this: "And it's really a deserving name, intelligence. I have dealt with some people that aren't very intelligent, having to do with intel."


>Even while proclaiming an undisputed intelligence and military success, Trump took a moment to needle and to complain about "poor leadership" and time wasted by U.S. intelligence in the past.


>Trump's hostility to the intelligence community has been relentless. He talks frequently of the "deep state" and "witch hunts" that are out to get him.


>And that was all before a whistleblower complaint revealed concerns about a White House phone call with Ukraine, which has sparked the impeachment inquiry now underway. That whistleblower is reported to be a current employee of the CIA.


>"It did not surprise me that ultimately an intelligence officer was the person who was going to blow the whistle on what the president did," says Leon Panetta, who was director of the CIA from 2009 to 2011 under President Barack Obama.

 No.20698

Now is a good time to post based Michael Parenti's talk on Cuba
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npkeecCErQc

 No.20699

>>20695
>I also wonder whether glowies are trying to shift attention from the absolute madness in Haiti.
That's also a possibility, giving the media something else to squawk about instead of US redeploying troops to yet another foreign country, especially after last years BLM riots.

 No.20700

>>20697
Do you really think they’d let a personal grudge get in the way of 4 years of imperialism and profits?

 No.20701

>>20304
No need for an army, normal cuban people can beat them up.
>>20307
Are they actually firing at the protestors there? Or is he just lying?

 No.20702

>>20694
>Russia has not let one of his allies down since Medvedev leaved office. I don't like nuclear war, but I believe the US doesn't like it too.
I doubt Russia would risk nuclear war over Cuba. Additionally, Russia would likely not be able to provide much support to Cuba since the US could easily blockade any Russian shipments to the island nation.

 No.20703

>>20700
>Blockading again the sea of a sovereign nation
Are you saying that they should do the same shit that put the world in the brink of the button?

 No.20704

>>20701
No report of a single shot fired. Just rightwing exageration as always.
The thief thinks everyone is the same

 No.20705

File: 1626055206234.jpg (1.34 MB, 2700x1800, E6C6ClwWEAMzv1p.jpg)

Quote from Diaz-Canel today:

>"The Revolution is defended by the revolutionaries! And among the revolutionaries, the communists are going to the front. Never as an elite, but as a conscious and committed force."

 No.20706


 No.20707

File: 1626055277544.jpg (66.39 KB, 1024x1280, miguel poster.jpg)


 No.20708

File: 1626055277552-0.jpg (1.39 MB, 2700x1800, E6C4oW7WUAEIMwH.jpg)

File: 1626055277552-1.jpg (1.23 MB, 2700x1800, E6C4oXsXEAYor4x.jpg)


 No.20709

>>20707
BASED

 No.20710

File: 1626055428087.jpg (124.1 KB, 878x549, Fidel.jpg)

>>20705
Cuba is indestructible

 No.20711

>>20700
It goes beyond a "personal grudge." Trump's foreign policy was directly at odds with the CIA/Pentagon's long term plans. Trump threatened to curtail CIA's operations and end operations in Afghanistan, and he was at odds with his generals over Afghanistan and Iraq.

https://www.axios.com/off-the-rails-trump-military-withdraw-afghanistan-5717012a-d55d-4819-a79f-805d5eb3c6e2.html

>Trump's calls to halt the "endless wars" could be traced back to at least 2011, when he was a real estate developer and reality TV celebrity. He'd sent scores of tweets railing against the U.S. military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan while mulling the idea of running for president.


>Once in office, though, Trump's ambitions to withdraw from Afghanistan and other countries were subdued, slow-rolled, and detoured by military leaders.


>Trump did not help his own agenda when he surrounded himself at the start with generals, many of whom had made their careers at U.S. Central Command. They fundamentally disagreed with the president's worldview. They were personally invested in Afghanistan. And several would come to see it as their job to save America and the world from their commander in chief.


>By the spring of 2017, two generals Trump had installed in top positions — Defense Secretary Jim Mattis in an interagency process run by National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster — had begun working on an option to send 4,000 additional troops to Afghanistan.


>This became a fundamental policy battle that attracted a full array of civilian, military and political warriors — some assembling in the first flush of Trump's presidency, but leaving within a year.

 No.20712

>>20380
bro why is it always the whitest motherfuckerz

 No.20713

File: 1626055639630.png (569.19 KB, 528x690, ClipboardImage.png)

uhh… glowbros?…

https://twitter.com/ShinjiTheCuban/status/1414378215368450053eristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20714

>>20708

What am I seeing?viet_congViet Cong

 No.20715

>>20407
leftypol was never good at avoiding bait + some polfags just stayed. Idk if we are even important enough for glowies to spend time on

 No.20716

>>20713
Lmao the "socialist" gusano.

 No.20717

>>20713
You know what time it is…

 No.20718

File: 1626055982968-0.png (80.39 KB, 469x394, 4583985345.png)

File: 1626055982968-1.png (128.53 KB, 481x404, 4823758973459.png)


 No.20719

>>20718
disgusting

 No.20720

>>20718
I told you, the gusano "socialist"

 No.20721

>>20713
>>20716
>>20718
Looks like one of those "I hate the Cuban government but I hate US meddling too" types

 No.20722

>>20710
BASED

 No.20723

File: 1626056070395.png (1.27 MB, 852x1024, cia nigger.png)


 No.20724

File: 1626056091879.jpg (104.13 KB, 1160x629, fidel_castro.jpg)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5woXb-XnSYQ

Aquí pensaban seguir
Ganando el ciento por ciento
Con casas de apartamentos
Y echar al pueblo a sufrir
Y seguir de modo cruel
Contra el pueblo conspirando
Para seguirlo explotando
Y en eso llegó Fidel

Se acabó la diversión
Llegó el comandante
Y mandó a parar
Se acabó la diversión
Llegó el comandante
Y mandó a parar

 No.20725

>>20519
It's an attempt

 No.20726


 No.20727

>>20718
(((Anti-authoritarian)))eristocracyΈριστοκρατία

 No.20728

>>20675
It's most likely both. The CIA couldn't get up to half of the shit it did during the Cold War if it wasn't for their local cucks and proxies.

 No.20729

>>20724
This song is awesome too

 No.20730


 No.20731

>I'm gonna have to see all the shitlibs I know reposting glowing shit about this
does anyone have any agitprop on hand about this

 No.20732

File: 1626056445976.jpg (4.46 KB, 259x194, images.jpg)

>>20718
somebody stop these anarchorose dumbasses

 No.20733

>>20720
That's a brilliant idea, you larp as a Cuban "socialist" you're just a average Cuban you believe. Oh but the evil government has robbed us, those dictators we will help. it wasn't the US economic war nope
>plunges the country in to dismay
I'm you're friend let me kill you now.

 No.20734

>>20714
The cuban president went to the city where the "protests" started. In a chad move, he stated the counter protests without any bodyguards but the people.

 No.20735

File: 1626056657372.png (20.44 KB, 481x189, 53859038405.png)

From June

 No.20736

All the libshits that cheer this on are people who unironically use the term "Latinx"

 No.20737

>>20718
I bet I can make a search in his account about the sanctions and I'll find 0 mentions on it.

 No.20738

>>20728
lyrics are so true they're depressing

 No.20739

>>20736
Ironic isn't it?

 No.20740

>>20718
Why do my fellow Demsocs bring so much shame upon me, you can wish Cuba was more democratic without going full state department

 No.20741

A hint from someone who suffered through Bolsonaro's shit: don't believe a single thing posted by reactionaries on social networks. It will be false, misrepresented or otherwise wrong 99% of the time, the 1% outlier will be the rare reactoid actually on the ground providing his own footage. They use unending armies of bots and shills and they edit or falsify material without thinking once simply because they can get away with it. There's obviously falsehoods spread by the left, but it's never anywhere near as massive nor coordinated. An illusion of a majority is a fundamental reactionary tactic, America has long abused it (what was that about a tiny militant group being able to overthrow a government which the CIA wrote again?) and the internet is a brand new venue with which to create this illusion which just plain didn't exist until recently. In the case of countries like Cuba, you can expect the social medias to actively manipulate things as well.

 No.20742

>>20718
Succdems, not even once. Truly the left wing of fascism

>>20724
Nice quadschavismoChavismo

 No.20743

>>20644
Are these the pro cuba protestors or the glowies? I'm a bit confused.eurekaEureka

 No.20744

File: 1626057013000.jpg (175.04 KB, 1600x1200, juan guaidog.jpg)

BREAKING
JUAN GUAIDÓ HAS SELF DECLARED AS PRESIDENT OF CUBA

 No.20745

>>20740
There isn't any other outcome when what you consider democracy is bourgeois parliamentarism

 No.20746

>>20743
Pro Cuba, They were yelling "Yo soy Fidel"

 No.20747

>>20741
Falsehoods spread by the left typically seem to be oversimplifications of things while falsehoods on the right seem to be bullshit pulled out of their ass more than half of the time.

 No.20748

File: 1626057117164.png (31.59 KB, 483x300, 534905834095.png)

This guy is not a leftist by any means but he is pouring cold water on his friends.

 No.20749

>>20745
#NotAllDemocracy

 No.20750

>>20746
Rightio.eurekaEureka

 No.20751

File: 1626057159806.jpg (60.46 KB, 722x720, 1621698210212.jpg)

>miami mayor calls for US intervention
this is so obviously a glowie op, how are people falling for thisnaxaliteNaxalite

 No.20752

>>20751
I've got a feeling the US troops who were in afghanistan might move over there as well.eurekaEureka

 No.20753

>>20751
nobody who isn't paid to fall for it, falls for it. Anybody who does is a fool.

 No.20754

>>20751
Cause normies don't know shit about shit and they've been raised their whole lives to trust what the newspaper/TV says

 No.20755

>>20744
lel, the joke never gets old.

 No.20756

>>20754
That and the twitter/facebook algorithm it seems.eurekaEureka

 No.20757

Last week the head of the CIA was visiting Bolsonaro. Could they be cooking something?

 No.20758

>>20751
The anti-China propaganda is also the most shamelessly coordinated, forced shit I have ever seen. I don't know whether this hamd-fistedness is a good or a bad sign.

 No.20759

File: 1626057701180.png (1.34 MB, 900x618, ClipboardImage.png)

>>20744
The president of Bolivia, Jeanine Anez, has sent her congratulations from jailchavismoChavismo

 No.20760

File: 1626057773585.png (389.74 KB, 478x765, 59834095345.png)

>>20713
Hmmm. Our "demsoc" friend tweeted that a few minutes after Rubio posted the same picture. Where did they even get this photo?

 No.20761

>>20760
Think it might be time to burn that asset.

 No.20762

File: 1626057870425.jpg (117.8 KB, 720x539, 1623665852838.jpg)

>>20744
JUAN GUAIDO IS CALLING FOR BACKUP DEMOCRATIZATION INCOMING

 No.20763

>>20741

This is how Greece is governed today. 'The Trump way'.viet_congViet Cong

 No.20764

>>20761
And we don't even know if that picture is from today.

 No.20765

>>20754
>>20751
Yeah it's predictable that rightoids will always support these things, but it enrages me more when i see normie leftists who support the protests in my own neolib country calling pro-commie cubans "right wingers" just because government bad

 No.20766

idk. it would make sense for there to be unrest bc of sanctions and the covid crisis, but glowie media and lib/fash elements co-opting any revolutionary movement seems to be already happening. we'll see what happens.

 No.20767

>>20737
He has several Tweets that mention them, including one that is pinned. He also called out Ben Shapiro.

 No.20768

>>20767
After I became an ML I never understood the obsession demsocs have with multiparty "democracy". If they are intelligent enough reading a little bit should completely turn them away from that dumb shit.

 No.20769

>>20767
What’s with this thought Demsocs have where they think “democracy is when there is political parties and the more parties there are the more democraticastical it is!”
I expect that shit from libs but not socialists

 No.20770

>>20768

What if all he wants is for Cuba to go the China way so he can enrich himself?viet_congViet Cong

 No.20771

>>20768
>After I became an ML I never understood the obsession demsocs have with multiparty "democracy".
I think the concern is that it would allow a small group of people to monopolize power and stifle dissent. Personally I think you should have a multiparty system when you can and have a one-party system only when you must.

 No.20772

>>20767
The main problem is the embargo/sanctions.
That's where I disagree with that weak stance.

 No.20773

>>20771
>Personally I think you should have a multiparty system when you can and have a one-party system only when you must
Seems kind of unnecessary but if the power is de facto held by the vanguard then sure lol. I mean the whole point of the vanguard is that it holds a monopoly on power.

 No.20774

>>20765
I still think M-L is pretty shitty, but whatever America supports is worse so hey.

 No.20775

>>20765
Always bring up Syria, Iraq, Libya and other places whose freddomizationing America supported. Simple statistics say that whatever America supports is literally the worst possible scenario. The only possible exception to this since WW2 is Afghanistan, and even that obscures the fact that America pretty much created Taliban in the first place.

>>20768
It's easy to place a monomaniacal focus on non-material rights for 1st world people. It's easy to envision yourself being unable to speak freely but not losing all the material comfort you don't know you have, like working infrastructure, welfare, even things as menial as clean streets. It's hard for a 1st world person to envision losing those, he takes it for granted.

 No.20776

>>20768
Well ackshually I'm a direct dem-soc.

 No.20777

>>20773
>I mean the whole point of the vanguard is that it holds a monopoly on power.
There's a couple of issues I see here:
1. The working class is not a hivemind. They are inevitable going to have varying ideas for how things ought to be done, and I think it is best to have more than one represented at a time. Having only one set of ideas represented at one time could potentially stifle much-needed reforms and prevent marginalized groups from having their voices heard.
2. The vanguard party could become detached from working class interests. Having another party that can come along and shake things up could help prevent this form happening.

 No.20778

>>20777
Worth noting here that all elections having multiple candidates contending as the great comrade Stalin intended is functionally very similar to no party democracy often praised as an ideal by early liberal reformers back when liberalism was a progressive movement not reactionary movement as it is nowtankieTankie

 No.20779

>>20775
>It's easy to place a monomaniacal focus on non-material rights for 1st world people. It's easy to envision yourself being unable to speak freely but not losing all the material comfort you don't know you have, like working infrastructure, welfare, even things as menial as clean streets. It's hard for a 1st world person to envision losing those, he takes it for granted.
I think that having a multiparty system could ensure a better material well-being than a one-party system could. Let's take a look at Soviet planning, as an example. It has become well-known that, while the Soviet Union did an excellent job industrializing, it eventually became very rigid and did a poor job innovating and providing people with consumer goods. Much of this seems to have been due to a lack of accountability for the planners. In a multiparty system, if the ruling party/coalition is doing a bad job with planning, they may risk losing the next election, thus giving them an incentive to improve their planning.

 No.20780

File: 1626060054981.png (461.27 KB, 649x652, 53408509345.png)

Wow, looks really massive!

 No.20781

>>20780
How much you wanna bet this photo they used is actually from a pro-government counter protest

 No.20782

File: 1626061102501.png (378.25 KB, 600x565, 5834095803495.png)

>>20781
Looking closer at it, makes me wonder. One guy looks like he's yelling at someone, and the dude with the sunglasses could be a cop, like an intelligence dude. I just get the vibe.

 No.20783

File: 1626061369948.png (324.05 KB, 912x704, 598345908345.png)

Another one. Are these pro-Cuba volunteers mislabeled? The photo looks like it was taken in the evening. Weren't the glowie demonstrations earlier in the day?

 No.20784

>>20783
That might even be a picture from Miami.

 No.20785

>>20783
Wouldn't be surprised if it was just a stock photo of gusanos lol, do they even have 2010s Fords in Cuba?

 No.20786

>>20783
"ONE OF THE LARGEST ANTI-GOVERNMENT DEMONSTRATIONS IN MEMORY"
Christ, this is just sad.

 No.20787

Run over the rebels with tankstankieTankie

 No.20788

>>20783
Support the protestors demands by ending USA sanctionsaccelerationAcceleration

 No.20789

>>20760
I bet that pic is from Miami!

 No.20790

>>20785
Not in any video I've ever seen…thinkThink

 No.20791

>>20779
The thing is that Cuba isn’t even run by a party, it’s run by its fucking people’s Congress. The communist party acts as a guiding force but it doesn’t run the country the way the communist part of the Soviets did and China does. You don’t have to be a god damn party member to be elected or run. So if the party isn’t in charge then it’s not the fucking party you target but the government itself. What’s the point of having abstract parties if none of them have policies that can actually improve the material reality of Cubans? What are they gonna do? Lower taxes? The fuck? What for? Are there going to be parties that would advocate for social Darwinism to cut ration cards? Parties won’t change anything in Cuba because the country isn’t run by any particular parties.

 No.20792

>>20783
>thousands
>only pictures from the ground
Like pottery.

 No.20793

>>20792
Not even just from the ground but from low chest height to try obscure the like 1 row of people

 No.20794

File: 1626063563073-0.jpg (139.49 KB, 750x1021, media_E6DyV37XMAE8Ufw.jpg)

File: 1626063563073-1.jpg (129.92 KB, 803x1144, media_E6DyV35WUAY_g7c.jpg)

I WARNED YOU ABOUT REACTOIDS BRO

I TOLD YOU DOG

 No.20795

>>20794
Based Cubans marching in support of the creation of an Arab state

 No.20796

>>20783
>Thousands march in Cuba to protest food shortages
Those people look overweight, that woman holding that phone is fatter than me, look how plump her belly and breasts are.

 No.20797

>>20796
I'm now 95% sure this is Miami, the US media is fucking shameless

 No.20798

File: 1626064007502.mp4 (6.62 MB, 362x640, g51B4MwVuECBPJ2o.mp4)

This was the glow-backed protest in Havana.

 No.20799

File: 1626064050367.png (390.14 KB, 500x500, sickos 1619671786663.png)

>>20796
more plump mamacita milkers pls

 No.20800

>>20794
OH NONONONO

 No.20801

>>20798
Wow, I take it all back, what an immense gathering of support!

 No.20802


 No.20803

>>20794
Reactionaries and not arguing in good faith. Name a more iconic duo.

 No.20804

>>20798
>>20801
half the crowd is randos wondering what's up and filming it on their phones

 No.20805

>>20798
>9% of Cubans who disapprove of the new constitution.

The lib “socialists” would tell you this is “tyranny of the majority”. These liberal “socialists” and please don’t call them DemSocs because a real DemSoc wouldn’t care about this tyranny of the majority crap. These liberals want to protect the capitalist class just as much as the workers in any case, they want nothing to change.

 No.20806

File: 1626064474289.jpg (17.05 KB, 332x386, it-laugh.jpg)

>>20798
THOUSANDS

 No.20807

>>20798
red guards austin is bigger

 No.20808

Have the counter-revolutionaries been beaten back yet?

 No.20809

File: 1626064910296.jpg (15.64 KB, 305x351, Fidel-laugh.jpg)

>>20798
Lel, this was all the ameritards could muster? They truly aren't sending their best

Also
>>20794
>>20741chavismoChavismo

 No.20810

>>20791
>The thing is that Cuba isn’t even run by a party, it’s run by its fucking people’s Congress. The communist party acts as a guiding force but it doesn’t run the country the way the communist part of the Soviets did and China does.
Hmm, ok, that's a bit different from how Marxist-Leninist states are usually run. Personally I think the Cuban system sounds better.
>So if the party isn’t in charge then it’s not the fucking party you target but the government itself.
What is the relationship of the Communist Party of Cuba to the National Assembly? According to Wikipedia, all 605 seats in the National Assembly are controlled by the "Committees for the Defense of the Revolution". I don't really understand these committees very well, as they do not seem to function as a political party, at least in the conventional sense of the term.
>What’s the point of having abstract parties if none of them have policies that can actually improve the material reality of Cubans?
I don't really know a whole lot about the political system of Cuba, so I can't comment on this.
> What are they gonna do? Lower taxes? The fuck? What for? Are there going to be parties that would advocate for social Darwinism to cut ration cards?
Address whatever issues voters feel the Communist Party of Cuba isn't adequately addressing, I don't know. I don't know a whole lot about the current issues in Cuba, so I can't comment on this.
>Parties won’t change anything in Cuba because the country isn’t run by any particular parties.
That seems plausible, although I don't know enough about Cuba's political system to know for certain.

 No.20811

>>20808
No need to beat them back, it's more funny to just let them continue to act like their 3 dozen supporters are going to topple the evil Castro regime

 No.20812

>>20808
Don't really know. But real shit, what exactly are these protestors advocating for? What are their demands?eurekaEureka

 No.20813

So apparently Cuba hardly even censors the internet, they're even more lenient than Vietnam. Sites like Wikipedia. Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, WhatsApp and so on are all accessible.

https://ooni.org/post/cuba-internet-censorship-2017/#blocked-websites

Cuban government gets everything it deserves for being a tech-illiterate gerontocracy.

 No.20814

>>20810
>Hmm, ok, that's a bit different from how Marxist-Leninist states are usually run. Personally I think the Cuban system sounds better.

It is better, which is why Cuba is the best historical M-L state, because it's barely actually M-L.

 No.20815

>>20813
>Sites like Wikipedia. Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, WhatsApp and so on are all accessible
Except Paypal, Payoneer, Payza, and many other e-wallets that are restricted due to sanctions.

 No.20816

>>20779
I didn't make a defense for a one-party State. That said, yes that's a powerful talking point too. It's related to the spook which places election of representatives as the end-all-be-all of democracy, provides that illusion of different groups living in harmony and tolerating each other. We here know that the centerpiece isn't the democracy itself but private property, and the greatest lovers of liberty won't hesitate to bring in the brownshirts if he thinks that was under threat. In this sense, existing socialism is at a memetic disadvantage, because we openly admit that liberalism would be a civilizational downgrade, let alone anything more reactionary that that. For good or will, this creates a dichotomy of people vs State. We know that this dichotomy isn't really true from the point of view of class struggle, but most people don't, and in any case even we are susceptible to bias. It was one of those base features built into the system which Stalin pre-packaged and exported as one-size-fits-all.

Maybe socialism failed to become an institution like electoral democracy did. The latter, propaganda or not, is typically cherished by the majority and they put up varying degrees of resistance against attempts to dismantle it. Socialism had no such pervasiveness, and protecting it is supposed to be the entire point of the workers' State anyway, so why bother taking to the streets to brawl with reactoids? Except reactoids don't act, they subvert, so infiltrated the State and dismantled it as the people looked on almost helplessly. I suppose this failure to become an institution is deeply related with the memetic disadvantage of a one-Party State. Now I wonder how things would have panned out with a theoretically trivial change: the communist party was instead officially renamed as the executive branch, the soviets became officially the legislative branch, and, nominally, the country had no parties and every citizen could take part, with no actual practical change, neither for more nor less authoritarianism. Could this non-material change have made significant impact? Maybe not to the point of avoiding the dismantling, but honestly, I think it would have made a considerable impact, at least outside the USSR itself.

 No.20817

>>20810
Here comrades, 3 year old video that's been spread today because it's a detailed look into Cuba's government and elections.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aMsi-A56ds

 No.20818

>>20812
Uhh… dunno. But these kinds of things tend to be vague and generic on purpose since the protesters are not supposed to actually take over, they're just random pissed-off young men who have been weaponized.

 No.20819

>>20817
Thanks

 No.20820

>>20812
isn't it the same as every other color rev? they're advocating neoliberalism, for cuba to become another honduras or colombia and serve daddy sam.

 No.20821

>>20810
Let me explain what Cuba’s government is. It has a National Assembly as you pointedly out that is voted by secret ballot. The locals voted on have many responsibilities to the local people’s of their district. Policy isn’t acted out nationally, instead it is organically developed according to the needs of a locality. The Cuban government essentially is a “neutral” government but what I can point to you that is highly politicized is this: the Cuban government is very nationalistic and when I say nationalistic I mean they are very independent and adamant about their sovereignty, their sovereignty matters more to them more than anything else. This means that the Cuban government has total sovereignty over its territory and economy. This obviously means that a foreign fruit company or McDonald’s or whatever cannot set up a store there. Cuba is one of the few nations with near complete economic independence. This hard political stance of economic independence means that a nation can’t go there and claim land for its own benefit. If Cuba took the Dengist approach it would look more like China or if it took the Doi Poi reform approach again it would look like Vietnam. If Cuba were ever to allow foreign companies to set up in Cuba it would do it to the benefit of the Cuba economy. They cannot do this because of the sanctions and blockades and shit. If America were to lift all sanctions Cuba would most likely go the Dengist route which would actually better the wealth of their country while also making it a local economic powerhouse while maintaining its sovereignty.

There can be no party or opposition that could help Cuba without sacrificing its economic sovereignty and independence. And so the onus right now is on the US to drop all sanctions and let Cuba negotiate its trade with whoever to strengthen its economy and prosperity and the betterment of the people as a whole. So right now Cuba is hurting mostly because of a mixture between the pandemic and economic sanctions. This cannot be solved by a multi party system or a single party system which is just abstract nonsense.

 No.20822

>>20812
They are demanding a lack of medicines and food, or something like that.

 No.20823

>>20817
There’s both azurescapegoats video of Cuba’s system as well as BadEmpandas. Both are very good detailed videos on the government of Cuba.

 No.20824

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>>20744
Almagro want's it

 No.20825

>>20824
I wish that guy would munch on a nice polonium sandwich.

 No.20826

>>20679
The absolute state of Reddit

 No.20827

>>20826
forgot to take off sage

 No.20828

>>20824
Another one I would like to have as a punching bag for one hour.

 No.20829

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Someone pls give me a rundown

>read the thread

nooooo i wont it's 500 postsiraIRA

 No.20830

The A*glow journalists should all be sent to the neolibshit holes that they participated in the creation of sans any funds and resources, of course.

 No.20831

>>20829
A really, REALLY lazy color revolution attempt that US media is running full speed with anyway because they know the public is stupid.

 No.20832

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>>20816
>Maybe socialism failed to become an institution like electoral democracy did … I suppose this failure to become an institution is deeply related with the memetic disadvantage of a one-Party State.
This is very perceptive, and I think that was definitely true in the USSR. It feels like the party-state never managed to fully "fuse" itself with the people. While this isn't really the thread to discuss it and it tends to create controversies, I think one exception here is China. You'll notice that arguments about the USSR vs. the West tend to be over ideology or "capitalism vs. socialism" in this binary way. That is an element too when talking about China, but what tends to come to the fore more often is China's emergence as a power and as a sovereign state that sets its own agenda.

What's also interesting to me, too, is how a lot of tropes that you'd see in surviving Marxist-Leninist states have been so normalized that it doesn't "feel" like a "communist" thing. It just feels naturally Chinese at this point or is just Sinicized and fused together like the Beijing Olympics. Those performances were straight out of a "communist" state but it doesn't feel like a separate thing or like some overlord that is detached from the people. It feels far more integrated than the Soviet party ever was. The CPC also likes to talk about a "red culture" and "red gene" that is in the metaphorical "blood" of the Chinese nation – which shouldn't be confused for some biological thing. The party's function here is like a protector of the nation; i.e. a defensive kind of patriotism.

And what's that Marx quote? "In like manner, the beginner who has learned a new language always translates it back into his mother tongue, but he assimilates the spirit of the new language and expresses himself freely in it only when he moves in it without recalling the old and when he forgets his native tongue."

>>20821
>The Cuban government essentially is a “neutral” government but what I can point to you that is highly politicized is this: the Cuban government is very nationalistic and when I say nationalistic I mean they are very independent and adamant about their sovereignty, their sovereignty matters more to them more than anything else.
This.

 No.20833

Is the U.S. “left” mirroring the State Department’s talking points yet?

 No.20834


 No.20835


 No.20836

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>>20826
Christ almighty…how are these "people" even realburkina_fasoBurkina Faso

 No.20837

>>20530
The person verified is the person defending Cuba, not the astroturfers

 No.20838

>>20813
Tbh this shit is stupid. They need to block US social media

 No.20839

>>20833
Voosh and the Serfs are state departmenting it up.

 No.20840

>>20839
Really? Damn that sucks…

 No.20841

>>20839
what is voosh saying?

 No.20842

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 No.20843

>>20842
>work on yourself before telling other people what to do!!!1
massively cringe jordan pederson shit

 No.20844

>>20843
He's calling your friend pathetic

 No.20845

>>20831
So what are the odds of it succeeding?

 No.20846

>>20845
The "protests" seem to have died down mostly

 No.20847

>>20844
thanks, i don't care.

 No.20848

>>20616
If they're protesting and calling for the downfall of socialism, they've taken up arms on the side of the bourgeoisie. Gladio and such were designed for the Warsaw Pact liberating western Europe, in this case it's a bourgeois fascist counterrevolution like the GDR in 1953 or Hungary 1956, and it has to be repressed with Tambov type Chekist determination.lenin_capLenin Cap

 No.20849

>>20847
Likewise, not sure why you posted.

 No.20850

>>20845
You won't have to worry about it. Just have a leftypol gathering to book a trip to Cuba to visit and volunteer in the resistance if any such thing were to reach 1989-1991 levels. That way you could say you did your part as a communist to fight the liberal dogs.

 No.20851

>>20849
i posted because trueanon's post was retarded. i don't give a shit about vœsh.

 No.20852


 No.20853

>>20536
were crushing sanctions part of the "castro experiment"?islamic_communismIslamic Communism

 No.20854

>>20536
Prepare for the ban silence you gusano rat.

 No.20855

>>20571
Here's your freedom of speech, brah

 No.20856

>>20842
rare Brace Belden Wsendero_luminosoSendero Luminoso

 No.20857

>>20842
based belden

 No.20858

>>20795
My sides

 No.20859

>>20842
"demanding more" love how he's so specific.
>people are demanding… things. i support that!

 No.20860

>>20859
>we demand a recount!
>we demand we cut taxes to save businesses!
>we demand for voter ID laws!
>we demand a wall!

It seems Vaush isn’t a big fan of democracy if he only cares about one groups voices over another groups huh?

 No.20861

>>20797
Maybe it would be a good idea to actually prove that to expose it. There is some buildings that can be used to compare with other images. Hefty task though.

 No.20862

>>20675
>growing oligarchy
Where and how?

 No.20863

>>20783
https://www.gettyimages.com.au/detail/news-photo/man-waves-a-cuban-flag-in-the-street-near-of-versailles-a-news-photo/1328245377

>MIAMI, FLORIDA - JULY 11: A man waves a Cuban flag in the street near of Versailles, a Cuban restaurant in the Little Havana neighborhood, at a demonstration in support of the protests in Cuba on July 11, 2021 in Miami, Florida. Thousands took to the streets across Cuba to protest pandemic restrictions, the pace of Covid-19 vaccinations and the Cuban government.

 No.20864

File: 1626074549150.png (2.07 MB, 1561x800, greenrevmain.png)

Man, it feels like it was just yesterday when America first tried their hand at an "internet-augmented" color coup at Iran. And they even had the color picked! All those people on Twitter "changing my profile pic to the color green to show support" while retweeting pics of protestors with entirely too many protest signs written in English. All Western media hailing social medias' capacity to spread democracy and empower the people against tyrants. Later, it turned out the vast majority of the tweets were made by Westerners. And this was in an age when botting was virtually nil there.

 No.20865

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>>20846
no way fren, the noble protests have only grown, the brutal response by the regime to peaceful pro-democracy activists has forced them to start burning the capitol city of havana

 No.20866

>>20865
kekedsendero_luminosoSendero Luminoso

 No.20867

>>20865
Commiebros, it's ogre

 No.20868

>>20843
>shitting on people self-improving
Check yourself.eurekaEureka

 No.20869

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 No.20870

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>>20859
>"demanding more" love how he's so specific.
Why yes, I do opposite segregation and also support white Southerners demanding more from their government! How could you tell!?

 No.20871

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anarcha-feminismAnarcha-Feminism

 No.20872

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>>20798
Bro I've seen twice as many people at the mask burning protests in my country
This is the best glowies can do? LMAO

 No.20873

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>yfw this is all cause Biden is just confused due to his dementia and believes that he is president because JFK was assassinated and that the little brown lady in line to replace him is a Manchurian candidate who had her mind warped from the- the oil slick that you had to put the wipers on before you could drive on off, my dad had to do that cause we lived in Scranton Wilkes Barre… coal country, and in those days the labor of- I– the unions were the only respite the working man had, which is why we need to invest in renewable energy, 20th century energy, I thank all of you for your hard work, and god bless our troops.

 No.20874

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what is to be done about westoid wreckers?spurdoSpurdo

 No.20875

I'm reading frigthening shit around.
Is Cuba falling?sandinistaSandinista

 No.20876

Fake news being spread

https://twitter.com/Darly2903/status/1414416076910338050
This is Buenos Aires, Argentina (the monument is famous)

https://twitter.com/Carlos_Bruce/status/1414374623026761736
This is Egypt (you can even see Egyptian flags on the bottom) posted by a Peruvian ex-minister

https://twitter.com/ModernEraNews/status/1414317805101535235
This is Colombia (the supermarket is Colombian) posted by some radlib

Almost no real videos around. This shows me the protests havent been big so far. In fact, the counter-protests have been much bigger. Newspapers have used images of protests in the USA and tried to pass them off as Cuban photos too.

 No.20877

>>20875
What implies that? Lmao

 No.20878

>>20877
Idk someone told me Raul Castro fled the country. (i smelt bullshit cause he's fucking 90 lol)sandinistaSandinista

 No.20879

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>>20863
>Miami, Florida
Not even hiding it

 No.20880

>>20878
Complete nonsense. There aren't even protests right now, the cities are quiet: https://twitter.com/pvillegas_tlSUR/status/1414423377675227137sendero_luminosoSendero Luminoso

 No.20881

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Guys… I think it… it's already over

 No.20882

>>20875
Mememagic is pretty much a deep State tactic now. Whenever there's any hint of disturbance in an enemy country, they will flood social networks with Q-like claims of a resounding victory for freedom. Hell, when current-day documents get declassified in a couple of decades, it will turn out they actually did this mememagic shit unironically.

 No.20883


 No.20884

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>>20883
>#Maleconazo
pffffft

 No.20885

Getting good information is such a fucking headache, and it's only gonna get worse with deepfakes.

 No.20886

>>20884
I can see Egyptian flags.

 No.20887

>>20886
They don't even bother to make decent fake pics because it's all about the volume of disinformation. They want you to get the impression of a massive happening even if you spot the fakes because you can't possibly check all the stuff going around. It's about the "aggregate" message they want to send, not any collection of individual messages.

 No.20888

Seeing all this embargo apologia by Radlibs and Gusanos makes me fucking wish we could have China overtake the USA tomorrow so that they can apply the same embargo tactics to the US and US' allies. Starve those fucking Gusano pos.

 No.20889

>>20888
Is there any good resource on the details of the embargo?

 No.20890

>>20715
There are instances where (I believe british) intelligence agencies had secret members in parties of less than 20 members.
Idk how much leftypol has now… This is my first time here in months, but we've had a few hundred before. There's a good chance that they actually keep tabs… Dunno about active disruption measures though. There wasn't any evidence that they did that against 8pol when it was active… And we know what some of their posts were there.

 No.20891


 No.20892


 No.20893

>>20887
>They don't even bother to make decent fake pics because it's all about the volume of disinformation. They want you to get the impression of a massive happening even if you spot the fakes because you can't possibly check all the stuff going around. It's about the "aggregate" message they want to send, not any collection of individual messages.
You don't need to spot more than a couple of fakes to apply heuristics, and see through the ruse, the concept of broad disinformation campaigns is not a leap of logic that is hard to make. This only works as long as there is zero interests attached to this information so that people never invest any energy into looking closer. As soon as this information is use to demand any investment or attachment it will fall apart.

 No.20894

This shit is one of the most disgusting and blatant things I've seen for ages

 No.20895

>>20894
Is this not a massive opportunity on the left to redpill normies about media, manufacturing consent and imperialism?

 No.20896

>>20895
How so? Normies will believe CNN, that actually the Cuban gov't is minutes away from collapse.

 No.20897

>>20895
Maybe that's a silver lining, I fucking hope so. One step backwards, two steps forward. But it seems unlikely

 No.20898

>>20893
>You don't need to spot more than a couple of fakes to apply heuristics

But it doesn't matter if you see the fakes because the consent manufacturing today isn't about being hermetic or dominating the discourse or the actors. It's about gish galloping past the public's reaction because the US state is completely unaccountable to it's citizens. It doesn't matter what "politcal cost" it has, that has already been accounted for, this is following the script.

Whether it's misdirecting it towards gusanos, making them engage in some equally manufactured vaush-like nit picking of some of the fake points, (e-)celeb drama , twitter wars.

By the time the government gears are grinding towards intervention, the public is several steps behind on what to be outraged about and disoriented.

 No.20899

Aside from casus belli and optics, I've really wondered why anti-imperialist states don't just start arrest rioters AND shoot their brains out live on national television, pink mist and all. You would think the aesthetic shock value would absolutely terrorize both domestic traitors and foreign agents and gusanos alike and deter a war through sheer gruesomeness.

I really want to see a nuke armed anti-imperialist country go directly for that in the future and play the heel.stalinStalin

 No.20900

>>20294
Cuba has been resisting on the U.S. backyard for 60 years and has not yet fallen. They know how to handle imperialism, have faith.

 No.20901

>>20895
Most people already know this. The people still defending the actions of the USA are retarded inbred gusanos. They don't care.

 No.20902

>>20898
>By the time the government gears are grinding towards intervention, the public is several steps behind on what to be outraged about and disoriented.
So basically China is becoming more coherent and organized while the US is becoming more disorganized and disoriented. If they want to have this great battle for power, why do they shoot them self in the foot ?
Also if you can realize all of this just by casually pondering about what is going on in the media , don't you think that this strategy isn't all that clever ?

 No.20903

>>20902
our human rights organizations are on the case. they are concerned with human rights.

 No.20904

>>20903
>THEY DEPLOY VIOLENCE AND ARREST 20 PEOPLE!!!
In the USA atleast 10 of them would've been killed
>the protests we are seeing in Cuba are massive
Kek, this is a massive cope. They're completely artificial and weak. Counter protests are even larger
>covid and economic conditions
Cuba handled covid extremely well. If that was the case the US government would'be been overthrown by its own people.
Also
<we will definetly improve our economy by sanctioning and couping our country instead of giving up on sanctions
Fucking "human rights watch" faggots are drooling retards and have no clue whatsoever.


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