There are those who persist in presenting the 1940s and 1950s in pre-revolutionary Cuba as a time of prosperity and abundance. This vision appears frequently on digital platforms, in articles directed toward a Cuban audience, or in videos and photo galleries, produced for social media. On this and other media strategies, Granma shared a digital dialogue with Dr. Fabio Fernández Batista, professor of Cuban History at the University of Havana’s department of Philosophy and History*
The national strategy presented to strengthen the economy in the post-COVID period is "a plan that defends an ideal, not an idea of perfection but the sum total of objectives to be met," President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez stated during his remarks at yesterday’s Council of Ministers meeting, broadcast on the Mesa Redonda Cuban television program.
Washington’s current foreign policy toward Cuba - featuring the vile imperial obsession of destroying the Revolution, following a script of more than six decades of aggressions and failures - is part of the reactionary global projection of a government that the U.S. press itself describes as desperate and inept, with a cornered, defensive leader, prone to self-destructive behavior.