Cubans evade censorship by exchanging...

Cubans evade censorship by exchanging computer memory sticks, blogger says

There are 3 comments on the Tri-cityherald.com story from Mar 9, 2013, titled Cubans evade censorship by exchanging computer memory sticks, blogger says. In it, Tri-cityherald.com reports that:

"Information circulates hand to hand through this wonderful gadget known as the memory stick," Sanchez said, "and it is difficult for the government to intercept them.

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Compassionate One

Newton, NJ

#1 Mar 10, 2013
KUDOS, Kudos to Yoanny Sanchez!

AS very balanced eye opener of the repression by the Cuban dictatorship!

They allow no constructive engagement or dialogue, it's the comminazi dictatorship's way or the highway!

Kudos to this intellegent brave young woman!

Oscar Elias Biscet for President!

Yoanny Sanchez for Vice President of a future free Cuba!

The death of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, whose socialist government provides Cuba with a lifeline of nearly 100,000 barrels of crude a day,“might catalyze – who knows?– a series of openings in our country,” she said.

Still, she said, any Cuban who wants to look for information will find it, although disagreeing with the government remains a punishable offense

Dissidents who come into the sights of the Cuban regime led by Raul Castro, who took over from his brother Fidel in 2008, are being repressed in ways that “don’t leave fingerprints,” Sanchez said.

“Often, activists, including independent journalists, are detained on the street, pulled into cars without plates, pushed, threatened (and) questioned by civilians who never identify themselves,” she said, only to be freed after a few hours.

The Castro government, she added,“is on the defensive she said!
Don from Canada

Scarborough, Canada

#2 Mar 10, 2013
Compassionate One wrote:
KUDOS, Kudos to Yoanny Sanchez!
AS very balanced eye opener of the repression by the Cuban dictatorship!
They allow no constructive engagement or dialogue, it's the comminazi dictatorship's way or the highway!
Kudos to this intellegent brave young woman!
Oscar Elias Biscet for President!
Yoanny Sanchez for Vice President of a future free Cuba!
The death of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, whose socialist government provides Cuba with a lifeline of nearly 100,000 barrels of crude a day,“might catalyze – who knows?– a series of openings in our country,” she said.
Still, she said, any Cuban who wants to look for information will find it, although disagreeing with the government remains a punishable offense
Dissidents who come into the sights of the Cuban regime led by Raul Castro, who took over from his brother Fidel in 2008, are being repressed in ways that “don’t leave fingerprints,” Sanchez said.
“Often, activists, including independent journalists, are detained on the street, pulled into cars without plates, pushed, threatened (and) questioned by civilians who never identify themselves,” she said, only to be freed after a few hours.
The Castro government, she added,“is on the defensive she said!
Is it really "the Government", or, like the USA Military complex, who actually overpowers the existing presidents' every decision? Could this be what's happening in Cuba? Job retention is a massive obstacle to many countries' progress.
Compassionate One

Newton, NJ

#3 Mar 10, 2013
Don from Canada wrote:
<quoted text> Is it really "the Government", or, l.
KUDOS, Kudos to Yoanny Sanchez!

AS very balanced eye opener of the repression by the Cuban dictatorship!

They allow no constructive engagement or dialogue, it's the comminazi dictatorship's way or the highway!

Kudos to this intellegent brave young woman!

Oscar Elias Biscet for President!

Yoanny Sanchez for Vice President of a future free Cuba!

The death of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, whose socialist government provides Cuba with a lifeline of nearly 100,000 barrels of crude a day,“might catalyze – who knows?– a series of openings in our country,” she said.

Still, she said, any Cuban who wants to look for information will find it, although disagreeing with the government remains a punishable offense

Dissidents who come into the sights of the Cuban regime led by Raul Castro, who took over from his brother Fidel in 2008, are being repressed in ways that “don’t leave fingerprints,” Sanchez said.

“Often, activists, including independent journalists, are detained on the street, pulled into cars without plates, pushed, threatened (and) questioned by civilians who never identify themselves,” she said, only to be freed after a few hours.

The Castro government, she added,“is on the defensive she said!!!!!

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