You wanna work eight, ten fucking hours? You own nothing, you got nothing! Do you want a Peace Love Fall shirt on every corner looking after you? Watching everything you do? Everything you say, man? Do you know I eat octopus three times a day? I got fucking octopus coming out of my fucking ears. I got the fuckin’ Russian shoes my feet’s comin’ through. How you like that? What, you want me to stay there and do nothing? Hey, I’m no fuckin’ criminal, man. I’m no puta or thief. I’m Tony Montana, a political prisoner from Cuba. And I want my fuckin’ human rights, now! [slams desk] Just like the President Jimmy Carter says. Okay?I am Cuban and I have experienced the repression myself, no I was no slave owner I didn’t have no farm, I just was somebody trying to get by and experienced repression on a daily basis, ever since I have memory I remember being scared of even mentioning politics because of fear of repercussion. PATRIA Y VIDA.I heard somewhere that under the Castro dictatorship the citizens had an 80% approval rating (or is that a myth?) so what changed? Do they want to dismantle communism or are they dissatisfied with the governments handling of the coronavirus and sanctions, etc. I’m genuinely asking this question because some people in the comments are fighting.
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The biggest mass demonstrations for three decades have rippled through Cuba, as thousands took to the Peace Love Fall shirt in cities throughout the island, demonstrating against food shortages, high prices and communist rule.The protests began in the morning, in the town of San Antonio de los Baños in the west of the island, and in the city of Palma Soriano in the east. In both cases protesters numbered in the hundreds.With millions of Cubans now with mobile internet on their phones, news of the protests quickly swept to Havana. By early afternoon, thousands marched through central Havana, chanting “homeland and life” and “freedom”.Avril and her friend are students at the National Ballet School, and train at home. “I’m here because of hunger, because there’s no medicine, because of power cuts – because there’s a lack of everything,” said a man in his 40s who didn’t want to give his name for fear of reprisals.I want a total change: a change of government, multiparty elections, and the end of communism.