Monday, September 08, 2008

On the Provision of Humanitarian Aid to Cuba

Another amazing post by MaT at Review of Cuban-American Blogs.
One-line excerpt:

"There is nothing more subversive we can do than feed and clothe the Cuban people and our success will be measured by how far we can extend our efforts on their behalf."

Another great line was: "Those who chastise Cubans for not rebelling against the regime should remember that the only victory within their grasp is to survive it."

Although I diverge with MaT when it comes to assigning significant blame to the US gov't at the macro level for the survival of the Castro regime, he writes insightful, powerful pieces on Cuba that trump most anything I could develop that isn't centered on personal experience there. So if you haven't already, be sure to sample RoCAB, where they "tell the unconventional truth, respecting no one who does not respect Cuba or the Cuban people's right to freedom."

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