Guantanamo, modest beginnings
no words to describe what is going on here…
Un Hombre Sincero
Performance in Berlin
Cuban-related cigar paraphernalia reflecting topical events of the late 19th century, my favorite has got to be this gringo absentmindedly walking through some tall grass about to step on a huge snake, thinking to himself—“what a delightful country this is!”—very appropriate metaphor
"As some of you said recently, the best, most fundamental, and most decisive aid you can bring to the revolutionary movements is your example—because people are like volcanoes: no one sets fire to them; they explode by themselves.
And Central America and the Andean Range are volcanic.”
"Over four decades, Cuban exile leaders in south Florida such as Diaz-Balart—not to mention Pepín Bosch and other Bacardi players—had repeatedly misjudged conditions in Cuba and made erroneous predictions. It was an indication of the power of wishful thinking, of how much more Cuba had changed than they realized, and of the vast gap between the experience of exile in south Florida and the reality of life on the island."