Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Bemba News

Bemba News

The Cuban government is in disarray. Top regime members are now only concerned with making provisions for a final exit leaving regular Cubans in the dark. Therefore in neighborhoods across Cuba citizens are conducting open discussions about what to do next and the possibilities achievable with the blessings of liberty. The police are allowing this to occur meaning they are tired of it all as well. There is word that the public transportation system has ceased to function which gives Cubans a built-in excuse as to why they are not at work. Graffiti demanding change is springing up everywhere. To sum everything up – the old government has lost all credibility. The people no longer fear or believe Raul or any of his top people.

So things being as they are you all should continue to do just what you are doing and you could be on your way to a new life within a matter of weeks. Continue to do nothing to help the regime earn money. Take whatever you need from them for you, your family and your neighbors. Continue to hold neighborhood discussions which you should let flow naturally into electing new leadership. These new leaders are very important representatives for your interests so choose them wisely. Pick honest unselfish individuals who will put your interests before their own. Their job will be first and foremost to be your contacts with the outside world to bring relief to your needs. Next these leaders will make sure that your neighborhoods develop with the influx of money and raw materials in a manner that you are most comfortable. Once your neighborhood representatives have given us the all-clear sign we will bring aid by the boatload. There will begin a flotilla of exiles and others who love Cuba bringing the things that you so desperately need. This includes medicines like insulin and penicillin. The first shipments will have massive quantities of food as well. We will bring the devices that you will need to organize yourselves better like cell phones and computers. Once we are on the ground bringing these initial supplies we will have a better idea of your building needs. Hopefully all neighborhoods in Cuba will be adopted by their own exile or other benefactor who will raise funds and arrange the purchase and shipment of the plywood, nails, bricks, etc. to begin the rebuilding/refurbishing of Cuba.

As for national elections, they will come in due time. You will need the basic upgrades in your infrastructure first. Road are going to have to be rebuilt in your neighborhoods along with water and sewer pipes. At the same time the fiber optic phone/video/internet cable should be laid and gas and electric lines as well. This can be done by forming citizen cooperatives in conjunction with private investors. Essentially, Cubans provide the labor to build this new infrastructure using private investor money then charge a fee for services like here in the US. And like coops here the Cubans would be stock owners receiving dividends along with the initial investors. These contracts are going to be negotiated by your neighborhood representatives. How the work is done and other logistics as you can imagine will be very important for your futures. Again, choose these leaders wisely. If you follow this path you will end up with something very similar to the Swiss canton system where each little village in self governing and whose people live in a manner of their liking. That can be quite different depending on if it is in the middle of Havana or out in the countryside. But that will be up to you.


Blogger HavanaJournal.com said...

"The Cuban government is in disarray."

Speculation? How credible is your source(s)?

3:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lol Havana Journal ,what government?

5:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This journal looks like a commie prop tome...

7:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


7:37 PM  
Blogger JuanGP said...

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7:56 PM  
Blogger JuanGP said...

Tomas, I've had a lengthy thread on the Havana Journal where the topic that Rob had thrown up for discussion was why "Cuban Americans" want to maintain the Castro government. See, http://havanajournal.com/politics/ entry/cuban-american-exiles-miami-
secretly-say-viva-fidel-for-45- years-opinion/(URL is long) It was so full of bull that I had to respond, especially, the comment of Varsi Padayachee. See, above. The discussion got quite animated and only ended with Rob telling me that I had gotten off topic. I don't know what is political leanings are, but, I believe him to have somewhat an open-mind to a point. I believe that this website has had a shift of attitude recently to freedom for Cuba vice doing business with Cuba as it was initially intended. Rob, you can correct me, if you like. But, I truly believe that freedom for the Cuban people (both on the island and off) is not far away and congratulate you on your shift of attitudes. We, Cubans, have to prepare for assisting the island and work like that of current Don Tomas Estrada-Palma should be applauded and supported.

7:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

See ya HAVANA JOURNAL start packin your bags junkie lol

8:02 PM  
Blogger JuanGP said...

Tomas, Rob from Havana Journal has an article with comments with a link to this blog entry at http://havanajournal.com/politics/entry/ cuban-government-watch-updates-and- predictions/
I just wish that Rob would take off all those ads promoting illegal Cuban goods and change the focus of his website to own stuggle for liberty for Cuba. Maybe we can convince him to get rid of that blood money from the Cuban "King" and join our struggle.

8:22 PM  
Blogger Tomás Estrada-Palma said...

Thanks guys. I'm posting something today that may be relevant to this topic.

2:56 PM  

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