Fidel and Raul Castro's brutal regime of thugs continue to terrorize any and all Cuban citizens and dissidents that dare to speak against the failing and brutal communist system in Cuba.
Courageous Cuban Citizens and Victims of the communist Castro regime inside Cuba.
Journalist is beaten to a pulp for emailing his journals abroad. Guillermo Farinas Hernandez is known for reporting on various injustices committed by the communist Castro regime in and around the island of Cuba.
Respected Cuban doctors, Dr. Consuegra and his wife are tortured and beaten. Two doctors, husband and wife are beaten by government officials when they decide to stop working for the medical board and attempted to leave the Cuban island.
Yuri, a victim of constant police harassment and brutality was kidnapped and taken to a remote location were Fidel Castro's communmist thugs removed a tattoo off his forehead. The tattoo was burned off with a hot iron. Yuri had gotten a tattoo that said U.S.A. on his forehead in protest to constantly being harassed by state police.
Nancy Gonzalez Garcia was ambushed by state agents while leaving home with her husband. They were both beaten up bad and threatened. Nancy Gonzalez García is a librarian who is trying to practice the right to read, write, and distribute written literature.
Orestes Suarez and his wife (above) were badly beaten while leaving their home to attend a organized meeting of Cuba's Independent Librarians. They were assaulted by plains clothes state agents. Orestes Suarez and his wife are librarians who are trying to practice the right to read, write, and distribute written literature.
Mobs of plain clothes state agents and thugs ordered and directed by the Castro regime assaulted and seperated Dr. Ferrer and a small group of peaceful demonstrators. They were then shoved in a little white car and driven away to jail.
Dr. Ferrer, his wife Yusmaini, and a small group of Cuban dissidents Marching to the University of Havana on Dia De los Derechos.
Dr. Darsi Ferrer has been a victim of countless physical assaults by Castro's state agents that claim to be officers.
Dr. Ferrer reveals bruises and welts sustained to his face and body while getting assaulted by communist state police.
The Press, independant news team, and jornalist were trying to cover the peaceful demonstration when they also got assaulted and beaten up by Fidel Castro's undercover terror squad.
Despite warning from church elders, Juan Carlos started a hunger strike by sewing his mouth shut in protest to inhumane conditions in Cuba by the Castro regime.
Cuban martyr Orlando Zapata Tamayo who died in prison while on a hunger strike protesting inhumane and ujust conditions in Cuba.
Reina Luisa Tamayo is the mother of Cuban martyr Orlando Zapata Tamayo who died in prison while on a hunger strike protesting inhumane conditions in Cuba. Mother of Cuban martyr Orlando Zapata Tamayo shows one of his t-shirts stained with blood marks, after one of the beatings her son Orlando suffered while in prison.
Here is an elderly Cuban, one of 26 patients, that died of hypothermia in an unsafe cold as hell hospital in Cuba. The elderly Cubans are left for dead in Cuban hospitals operated by the socialist communist regime of Fidel and Raul Castro. This dead Cuban senior was later stacked on top of others to save space in the hospital.
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Chronicles of Cuba's Ruins by Stone Cuban
1959 January, Cuba's atrocities start when Fidel Castro enters havana with the support of many many people he later betrays, manipulates, and murders. Fidel Castro and his troops entered havana with the support of many many rebels, mostly anti communist, which Fidel Castro laters betrays and murders. And thus begun the conversion of a once tropical latin Caribbean island into a soviet style communist Kremlin, floating 90 miles away from the United States of America. Similar to a Stalinist soviet concentration camp where 50 years later, popular Cubans like Yoani Sanchez are held hostage and strictly prohibited from leaving the island's imaginary prison walls.
1959, Fidel Castro and his troops enter Havana without having to fire a single shot shot from their guns. Fidel Castros troops called July26 Movement was supported by many many anti communist Cuban rebels which the Fidel Castro regime later betrays and murders. Fidel Castro is quick to nationalize all properties and corporations in Cuba belonging to citizens and foreign investers. Fidel Castro appoints himself prime minister, dictator, of Cuba and has been doing the same for 50+ years without any consideration and respect for human rights or what the Cuban people need, want, and say. And poor Cuba, she's in shambles from the sand up because of the neglect for all living things the communist Castro regime has and has implementated on the Cuban island for the last 50+ years.
1959 -, Through out the Cuban island, young boys and their fathers were executed in firing squads held by Fidel Castro, Raul Castro, Che Guevara, and their henchmen. Fathers and sons were pulled and dragged out their houses and far away in the middle of the night, Gestapo style, and in front of their families. Many innocent Cubans were murdered by Che Guevara and Fidel Castro without any form of court, judge, trial, or legal representation. They were murdered in a nomadic fashion 30x times over the brutality of the previous dictator Fulgencio Batista. Fidel Castro's new and false socialist communist system will soon prove to be a "deficiency system" 30x times over and as brutal and oppressive as the last dictator Fulgencio Batista. Fidel Castro appointed Che Guevara head of all firing squads in Cuba. Che Guevara is known and responsible for murdering thousands of innocent young boys and their fathers. This type of "genocide" in Cuba was intended to wipe out any possible suspected oppositions, "possible suspected oppositions", to the RULE and rules of Fidel Castro's communism.
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The socialist Castro regime and Soviet socialist governments began to secretly and in a surreptitious fashion build bases in Cuba for a number of medium- and intermediate-range ballistic nuclear missiles (MRBMs and IRBMs) with the ability to destroy most of the continental United States. A United States U-2 photo reconnaissance plane captured photographic proof and confirmed the presence of Soviet nuclear missile bases in Cuba and the nuclear missles pointing directly towards the United States of America.
1972, Pedro Luis Boitel, a poet and student leader dies from a hunger strike in prison while protesting inhumane conditions in Cuba. It was the first time an opponent of the communist government died during a hunger strike to protest against both, the Fulgencio Batista and Fidel Castro dictatorships. In February 2010 Orlando Tamayo Zapata will be the second innocent prisoner to die of a hunger strike while protesting againt the castro regime.
1980 into early 1990's, United State Coast Guard and the C.I.A. release a report on our communist neighbors drug activity 90 miles away from U.S. shores. The report explains how the Coast Guard was detecting a dramatic increase of drug activities near Cuban and International waters in the mid 80's. The report documents 54 incidents were aircraft from Central America would drop thousands of pounds of cocaine inside Cuban waters for faster importation into the U.S. All drops were made while a Cuban Naval military boat floats near by. The cocaine intended for Cuba was dropped in plain daylight on shores near famous tourist hotels. A defected Cuban military officer not only confirms the drugs but describes how Fidel Castro's brother Raul, head of Cuba's military, has complete control of all airspace over Cuba and nothing fly's over without Raul's permission. The defected Cuban military officer also went on to explain how Raul Castro sells and offers safe passage over Cuban airspace to Colombian drug dealers for fast and quick importation into the United States.
Federal prosecutors in Miami were prepared to indict Raul Castro as the head of a major cocaine smuggling conspiracy in 1993, but the Clinton Administration Justice Department overruled them. The officials went on to say Raul Castro, as Cuban Defense Minister, permitted Colombian drug lords to pay for the use of Cuban waters and airstrips as staging grounds for smuggling runs into the United States in the 1980s and early 1990s. Raul Castro was the leader of a conspiracy involving seven and a half tons of cocaine smuggled into the United States over a 10-year period. At least a dozen other Cubans were also to be indicted. Convicted Colombian drug boss Carlos Lehder of the Medellin cartel testified in a 1991 federal trial that he met twice in Havana with Raul Castro to arrange safe passage for cocaine flights over Cuban airspace. Cuban waters continue to be used by drug smugglers, according to federal law enforcement officials.
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1996 February, Dictator Fidel and Raul Castro orders several of their soviet MIGs, from the Cuban Air Force, to shoot down two 2 small civilian cesna aircraft over international airspace. Three U.S. citizens and a resident of Florida were assassinated when their two civilian Brothers to the Rescue aircraft, on a humanitarian mission, were ambushed over international airspace by several soviet MiGs from Cuba's Air Force. Carlos Costa, Armando Alejandre, Jr., Mario de la Pena, and Pablo Morales were on a "Brothers To The Rescue" humanitarian flight when the Cuban communist regime ordered several of their soviet MIGs to killed them in mid sky. Brothers To The Rescue is responsible for helping and assisting over 4,500 people at sea with help and aid. "Brothers To The Rescue" aided many rafters at sea make it safe to dry grounds without drowning, dehydrating, or getting eaten by sharks in the Florida straits. Many whom were Cuban rafters trying to escape Castro's Communist Hell in Cuba. The shootdown was ordered by communist Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. Fidel Castro and his accomplices in Cuba and the U.S. have not been criminally indicted.
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1998, Fidel and Raul Castro's communist regime, sends and deploys five Cuban terrorist into the United States to infiltrate several U.S. military bases and to spy on Cuban exiles in Miami Florida. The five Cuban terrorist, also known as the Cuban 5 Five (Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero, Ramon Labanino, Fernando Gonzalez, and Rene Gonzalez) are five communist Cuban intelligence officers convicted in Miami of espionage, conspiracy to commit murder, and other illegal activities in the United States. The Five communist terrorist were in the United States breaking laws, in posession of fire arms, explosives, and threatening U.S. national security.
At their trial, evidence was presented that the Five terrorist infiltrated the Miami-based exile group Brothers to the Rescue. Brothers To The Rescue is responsible for helping and assisting over 4,500 people at sea with help and aid. "Brothers To The Rescue" aided many rafters at sea make it safe to dry grounds without drowning, dehydrating, or getting eaten by sharks in the Florida straits. Many whom were Cuban rafters trying to escape Castro's Communist Hell in Cuba. Trial, evidence was presented that some of the communist terrorist obtained employment at the Key West Naval Air Station in order to send the Cuban government reports about the base, and had attempted to penetrate the Miami facility of U.S. Southern Command. On February 24, 1996, two 2 of the three 3 Brothers to the Rescue aircrafts were shot down by Cuban military soviet jets in international airspace while flying away from Cuban airspace, killing the four US citizens aboard. One of the Five terrorist, Gerardo Hernández, was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder for supplying information to the Cuban government which according to the prosecution led to the shootdown of the two 2 civilian cesna aircraft operated by Brothers to the Rescue.
The Five 5 terrorist, "Cuban Five", were communist Cuban intelligence officers who were part of "La Red Avispa", or Wasp Network, which the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) dismantled with 10 arrests in 1998.
The group of five (5) Cuban terrorist were convicted on all 26 counts in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida in Miami, including the charge of first-degree murder against Gerardo Hernandez the terrorist cell's leader. Communist Cuban intelligence officers are terrorist.
According to federal prosecutors the trial includes 1,300 pages of evidence from decoded messages that flowed between the Cuban government and Miami-based agents. Decoded messages sent and recieved from Miami by the Cuban 5 terrorist revealed;
(1) Conspiring to murder
Ring leader Gerardo Hernandez was the shot caller of the group. Gerardo Hernandez, the terrorist cell's leader, exchanged betraying information with the Cuban communist government regarding Brothers to the Rescue's flight plans which lead to the murderous shoot down of two 2 small unarmed cesna airplane by several soviet MIG fighters over international waters killing four people.
(2) Operation Parallel
A plot to kill CIA agent Jesus Cruza Flor in Miami.
Among other charges
(5) Trying to infiltrate several U.S. military bases.
(6) False Identity Charges
(7) Failure to register as foreign agents
Five of the ten arrested accepted a plea bargain agreeing to tell the truth and testify against the other five in exchange for lighter sentences. Four more terrorist that were arrested are fugitives now and believed to be hiding in Cuba.
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2003, 75 Cuban people were falsely imprisoned for speaking out against the tyranical communist Cuban government through their journalism work. The communist Cuban government of Fidel and Raul Castro imprisoned 75 Cuban dissidents that included 29 journalists, as well as librarians, human rights activists, and democracy activists, on the basis that they were acting as agents of the United States by accepting aid from the U.S. government. The 75 Cubans were surveiled and picked up at their homes where they were aressted. The 75 Cubans were unviolent and very educated individuals that did not commit any crime. Amnesty International adopted 75 Cubans as prisoners of conscience. This incident is better known around the world as "Black Spring 2003" or "The Crime Against the 75". Visit the Committee to Protect Journalist
2007, Respected Cuban doctors are tortured and beaten. Two doctors, Dr. Consuegra and wife are beaten by government officials when they decide to stop working for the medical board's unsafe socialist hospitals. The doctors were in disapproval of working for the communist Castro regime in unsafe facilities were mal practices was a norm on a daily basis. These doctors also wanted to leave the communist stricken island and eventually got their parting gift of a brutal beating from the communist Castro regime.
2007, Journalist is beaten to a pulp for emailing his journals abroad. Guillermo Farinas Hernandez is known for reporting on various injustices committed by the communist Castro regime in and around the island of Cuba. Always exposing how communist government agents beat, harass, and spread fear among Cuban dissidents. Guillermo Farinas Hernandez, an unviolent peaceful man was beaten up badly then imprisoned for his journalism in Cuba.
2007 October 10, On October 10 in the province of Villa Clara, fascist mobs, organized, paid, and directed by the Castro regime attacked Orestes Suarez and his wife Nancy Gonzalez Garcia when they were on their way to a meeting of Cuba's Independent Librarians. The meeting was organized by Cuban dissident Marta Beatriz Roque, who has also been jailed and beaten on several occasions by Castro's fascist mobs. The couple was brutally beaten by martial arts experts who belong to Castro's police force and wear civilian clothes when they commit these crimes against unarmed and peaceful dissidents. These photos were taken one week after the beatings! The only crime committed by the Independent Libraries is to provide books to the Cuban people without the authorization of the fascist Castro regime. In any civilized country, the Independent Librarians would be honored and recognized for their work. In Castro's Gulag, the Independent Librarians have to risk their lives in order to do their labor of love. See Dangerous Places
2007 December 10, December 10, is Human Rights Day, which dates back to the 30's in Cuba. On this day, pro-democracy leader Dr. Darsi Ferrer, his wife Yusmaini, and a small group of Cuban dissidents attempted to demonstrate a peaceful march to the University of Havana social studies department. The March was also in protest against inhumane conditions in Cuba and the lack of respect for human rights the Cuban communist government has for its citizens.
This march to the university was halted short distance when Dr. Darsi Ferrer and his group were assaulted by communist state workers, undercover plains clothe agents, and street thugs paid for by the communist Castro regime. Dr. Darsi Ferrer and his group of peaceful dissidents were physicaly assaulted by chairs and sticks leaving them suffering with huge bruises and welts on their faces. This assault went on for a long time all the while some uniformed state police stood by laughing at everything. After the assault, the group was then dragged to unmarked little cars and driven away to seperate jails and imprisoned for several days. These Cubans came out speaking for their rights as humans and were mobbed and assaulted violently.
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2007 December 10,
The Ladies in White are better known as Las Damas de Blanco is a group consisting of brave women, many who have lost their love ones to Fidel Castro's murderous atrocities or have love ones being held as political prisoners for speaking out against Castro's communist regime. We're talking about political prisoners that are unviolent educated people that hold peaceful marches, help and educate others, and more importantly speak their conscience. Las Damas de Blanco are mostly Cuban women but have other supportive female members from all around the world ranging from Russia, Yugoslavia, Mexico, and Kosovo.
Besides the groups usual weekly Sunday march after Church, Las Damas de Blanco also tried to hold a small peaceful march in great support for better human rights in Cuba. They were harassed and shoved around by an all male police force sent by Fidel Castro to detained them and stop their unviolent activity. All were sent and some were dragged to jail where their personal property, passports, and flight tickets got consfiscated. Many of them were being prepared and processed for immediate removal out the island. These Cubans came out speaking for their rights as humans and were mobbed and assaulted pretty violently by their 50 year old oppressive goverment.
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2009 July, Globally acclaim Cuban blogger who has expressed herself through journalism about conditions in Cuba has been denied permission to travel to New York to pick up a prestigious journalism award. The communist Castro regime will not let Yoani Sanchez update her visa so that she may travel abroad and collect her noble awards in person. Yoani Sanchez is practically being held hostage in Cuba. Visit BimChat
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2009 July, Dr. Ferrer was arrested in July of 2009 for allegedly possesing 2 stolen bags of cement in his house. Two small bags of cement. This is the bogus inappropriate charges the communist Castro regime uses to silence pro democracy activist and leaders. This man served a year with dangerous convicted prisoners and in unsafe infested prisons for an unviolent act. Dr. Darsi Ferrer was freed on parole June,22 2010 after spending 12 months at the Valle Grande prison, west of Havana. He was released on time served since it took nearly a year for his case to go to trial. The two bags of cement he obtained was intended for fixtures to his small free clinic which he operates from home. Dr. Ferrer's community services in helping the sick and needy stretches and reaches out a good length. From his Havana home, Ferrer said he was not giving up his activism for political change. Visit Free Thought Visit Babalu Blog
2010 January, Twenty six (26) patients at Cuba’s largest hospital for the mentally ill died of hypothermia during a cold snap on the Cuban island. The communist Castro regime is still using old 20th century methods of warehousing people with illness. This has nothing to do with the U.S. trade embargo or any of the other excuses the Cuban government may claim. The deaths occurred overnight from Monday to Tuesday, when the temperatures near the Havana Psychiatric Hospital dropped to 38.6 degrees, a bitter cold for tropical Cuba. If 26 people in a mental hospital died of hypothermia, that means the staff at that facility engaged in malicious neglect. And I wonder whether those people were truly mentally ill, or whether they were political prisoners, because even the least-engaged staffer at any kind of medical facility would have had hours to correct that kind of situation before anyone died. Visit Hot Air
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2010 February, A jailed Cuban dissident, Orlando Tamayo Zapata, on a hunger strike for 83 days died in a prison. This was the first time in nearly 40 years that an island activist starved himself to death to protest inhumane government abuses.
It was the first time an opponent of the communist government died during a hunger strike since the 1972 death in prison of Pedro Luis Boitel, a poet and student leader who fought against both the Fulgencio Batista and Fidel Castro dictatorships. Orlando Zapata Tamayo, a 42-year-old plumber and bricklayer, stopped eating solid food Dec. 3 to protest what he described as repeated beatings by guards and many other abuses at his Kilo 7 prison in the eastern province of Camaguey. Active in several dissident organizations, he had been arrested in 2003 (Black Spring 2003) amid a government crackdown that sentenced 75 government critics to lengthy prison terms, and Amnesty International declared him a "prisoner of conscience". Visit The Miami Herald
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2010, A mob of 600 pro Castro thugs and Cuban armed guards gather in Banes, Cuba to prevent Reina Luisa Tamayo from visiting her son's grave and going to Church. Reina Luisa Tamayo is the mother of Cuban martyr Orlando Zapata Tamayo who died in prison while on a hunger strike protesting inhumane conditions from the communist Cuban government. For 3 whole month the Castro regime's thugs and armed military personnel prevented Reina Luisa Tamayo from attending Church and visiting her son's grave all the while yelling insults at her.
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(Picture 1 and 2) Dr. Ferrer's wife Yusmaini being dragged on the floor. Two 2 Damas De Blanco being draagged on the floor by their arms and legs.
(Picture 3 and 4) Guillermo Farinas showing the scars he sustained by beatings from Castro's regime. Guillermo Farinas near death from a hunger strike in protest to inhumane conditions in Cuba.
Cuban dissident being assaulted and dragged by Fidel and Raul Castro's plain clothe hooligans.
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Woe! to you Castristas, Castro sympathizers that oppress the Cuban citizens like you've oppressed my parents and grandparents, for your oppression will be tenfold of what you've inflicted upon the Cuban citizens. Woe! to you commies, for you have but a limb left in a game of hangman.
By StoneCuban.Com © 2007