‘The United States and the international community (19 countries) will continue to provide support for the Cuban people in their effort to exercise human rights and universal freedoms to which all individuals are entitled,’ Blinken said in a statement, without mentioning the blockade against the Caribbean island, which has been rejected by 184 votes at United Nations General Assembly on June 23.
Blinken moved away from reality and pointed out that the Cuban Government responded with violence to the discontent expressed by minority sectors of Cuban society.
The statements by the head of US diplomacy coincide with a broad and detailed investigation published by journalist Max Blumenthal on The Grayzone website, which unmasks the incidents that occurred in Cuba on July 11.
US regime change specialists focused their efforts against Cuba on Afro-Cubans and youths, taking advantage of culture to turn social resentment into counterrevolutionary action, Blumenthal denounced.
The source assured that the small group called the San Isidro Movement became a key weapon in the US Government’s assault on the Cuban Revolution and as economic conditions worsened under the escalation of the blockade, these sectors sought confrontation.
The Grayzone denounced that during the last decade, Washington has spent millions of dollars cultivating anti-government Cuban rappers, rock musicians, artists and journalists, in an explicit attempt to weaponize ‘desocialized and marginalized youths.’
The investigation also denounced that these minority groups of Cubans got funding from organizations for regime change such as the National Endowment for Democracy and the US Agency for International Development.
These groups openly embrace ‘the extremist policy of the Cuban lobby in Miami. In fact, its most prominent members have expressed effusive support for Donald Trump, have backed US sanctions and have called for a military invasion of Cuba’, he emphasized.