Por peticion…


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(Mi amigo M me pide que publique uno de sus “scenarios” sobre el futuro posible para nuestra querida Isla. Las opiniones expresadas aqui no son necesariamente las nuestras, pero esta claro que la CACC ya no da, y esperemos que los Boricuas decida hacer algo, antes de que otros decidan hacerlo por ellos…;0)

Buho

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Los siguientes párrafos son de una reseña en Wikipedia a cerca de la “revolución” cubana”. En el primero estoy sustituyendo algunos nombres y lugares, el segundo muestra el párrafo original. Solo hay que sustituir los personajes para divertirnos un rato. Aqui el post: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_Revolution

“On 13 March 2012, a separate group of revolutionaries – the Revolutionary Directorate (RD; Directorio Revolucionario), composed mostly of UPR students, corrupt policemen and union members – stormed La Fortaleza in San Juan, attempting to arrest Fortuño and decapitate the pseudo-regime. The attack was suicidal. The RD’s leader, a UPR student, died in a shootout with Fortuños’s forces at the Noti-Uno radio station he had seized to spread the news of Fortuño’s arrest. The handful of survivors included Tomas Rivera Schatz (who later became the Inspector General in the San Juan), and Cheo Madera and El Chuchin (later Commandantes of the 13 March Movement, centered in the Jajome Mountains near the Governor’s mountain retreat in Cayey).[11]

Thereafter, the United States imposed an economic embargo on the Puerto Rico government and recalled the FBI and other federal agencies, weakening the government’s mandate further. Fortuños’s support among Puertorricans began to fade, former supporters either joining the Revolutionaries of Tommy (as they became known) or distancing themselves from Fortuño. The Mafia and US businessmen, including Jaime Fonalledas and Carlos Pesquera continued their support.”

“Rivera Schats later travelled to the United States to explain his revolution. He said, “I know what the world thinks of us, we are Communists, and of course I have said very clearly that we are not Communists; very clearly.”

Texto original:

“On 13 March 1957, a separate group of revolutionaries – the anticommunist Revolutionary Directorate (RD; Directorio Revolucionario), composed mostly of students – stormed the Presidential Palace in Havana, attempting to assassinate Batista and decapitate the regime. The attack was suicidal. The RD’s leader, student Jose Antonio Echeverria, died in a shootout with Batista’s forces at the Havana radio station he had seized to spread the news of Batista’s death. The handful of survivors included Dr. Humberto Castello (who later became the Inspector General in the Escambray), and Rolando Cubela and Faure Chomon (later Commandantes of the 13 March Movement, centered in the Escambray Mountains of Las Villas Province).[11]

Thereafter, the United States imposed an economic embargo on the Cuban government and recalled its ambassador, weakening the government’s mandate further.[12] Batista’s support among Cubans began to fade, former supporters either joining the revolutionaries or distancing themselves from Batista. The Mafia and US businessmen continued their support.”

“Castro later travelled to the United States to explain his revolution. He said, “I know what the world thinks of us, we are Communists, and of course I have said very clearly that we are not Communists; very clearly.”

Mas o menos tienen una idea… Los dejo con las expresiones del mismisimo Eric Holder, fiscal general de los EU”
“The people of Puerto Rico deserve better,”

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