Cuba exploded in large-scale protests to end the communist dictatorship

On Sunday (July 11), thousands of Cuban protesters took to the streets to protest against human rights violations and lack of freedom in this Communist-ruled country And the deteriorating economic situation, and demanded an end to the communist dictatorship in Cuba .

Videos uploaded to social media showed demonstrations erupting in several towns, including the capital Havana, on Sunday. Cuban protesters chanted "freedom" to protest food and medicine shortages in several Cuban cities.

"The people are starving!" A woman yelled in Spanish during the Artemisa protests posted on Facebook, "Our children are starving to death!"

Many people also said that they wanted greater freedom and were tired of the Cuban government's "permanent revolution" concept.

Cuban resident Claris Ramirez told Reuters on the phone: “I just walked through the town to buy some food. There were a lot of people there, some of them protested with signs.” She added: “They Protesting against power outages and lack of drugs."

According to the New York Times, social media posts showed that there were also protests in San Antonio de los Baños and Palma Soriano.

Cuban activist Carolina Barrero called the protests "spontaneous, positive and powerful."

"This is since 1959, we have experienced in Cuba most massive protest government demonstrations." She told the "New York Times" via SMS.

She added that this is a big deal.  Florida governor and lawmakers support Cuban protesters

The U.S. media collects information from social media. According to the Florida Congresswoman Maria Elvira Salazar (Maria Elvira Salazar), the Cuban regime is shutting down the Internet.

Florida officials issued a statement on social media expressing their support for the Cuban protests and expressing solidarity with the Cuban people. They also shared videos of the protesters, and the protesters can be heard chanting "We are not afraid".

"The Castro dictator does not want the world to see what is happening." Salazar wrote, "Please share and stand with these freedom fighters!"

"Florida supports the Cuban people on the streets and opposes the dictatorship in Havana. The Cuban dictatorship has suppressed the Cuban people for decades and is now trying to silence those who have the courage to publicly oppose its disastrous policies." Florida Governor Ron Ron DeSantis said on Twitter on Sunday afternoon.

The Mayor of Miami, Francis Suarez, called for the United States to intervene first. The city has a large number of Cuban nationals.

Suarez said at the press conference: “The Cubans are worthy and ready to rule themselves without tyranny.” “It (tyranny) can end today, and it must end today. The impact of this moment may mean. The freedom of millions of people in this hemisphere, including Nicaraguans and Venezuelans, etc."

Rubio: 62 years of suffering led to protests in 32 cities in Cuba

Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio gave a speech on Twitter and a live video of the Cuban protest. He wrote: "We have never seen a day like today in #Cuba (Cuba), 62 years of suffering, repression and lies (resulting in) erupting (protests) in more than 32 cities, becoming a vibrant grassroots protest. ."

"Spread the word! (Spread the word!) #Cuba wants freedom, not socialism," he wrote.

He also tweeted: “Spontaneous street protests erupted in several cities in #Cuba, chanting #NoTenemosMiedo (we are not afraid).” “Disappointment with the incompetence, greed and suppression of the dictatorship is rapidly increasing.”

"Pay attention to the American media... in #Cuba they (the protesters) are rising because socialism (always brings) disaster." Rubio continued, "Are you going to report this and let the world hear them? ?"

Rubio then urged President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Anthony Brinken to call on members of the Cuban army not to fire on their people.

Rubio wrote that the incompetent Communist Party of #Cuba (the Cuban authorities) cannot feed the people, nor can it protect the people during the epidemic. "Now soldiers must defend the people, not the Communist Party."

Source: Epochtimes

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