This is the time to end once and for all the U.S. unilateral blockade against Cuba

Are You Feeling Confused?

Dominio Cuba
Published on Sep 5, 2018

Have you heard the story of some American diplomats who supposedly got sick in Cuba?
There has been talk of impossible acoustic weapons, viruses and brain damage, but the FBI itself went to Havana to investigate and did not find a single piece of evidence.

Are you feeling confused? It’s not your fault, someone’s trying to confuse you.

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Response to the Report on Venezuela by the High Commissioner of the UN Human Rights Council, Michelle Bachelet

The International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity, strongly rejects the Report on Venezuela presented on July 4 by the High Commissioner of the UN Human Rights Council, Michelle Bachelet.

The Report lies outrageously about the reality of Venezuela, using the same narrative used over and over again by the U.S. government in condemning and disqualifying the legitimate government of President Nicolas Maduro.

It shamefully omits the criminal character of Venezuelan mercenaries like Leopoldo López, who in 2017, before the eyes of the world, encouraged hate crimes by paying local marginal groups to assault and destroy children hospitals,

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Ceremony inaugurating Jose Marti Statue in Washington DC

From the afternoon of July 1, 2019, four years after the announcement of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Havana and Washington, the Apostle stands vigilant and thoughtful in the U.S. capital. Martí’s constant concern for the independence of the Island and the continent was captured in bronze: the tired look, but alert; the serene posture; the imprint of the prison and the insatiable search for knowledge. Nothing escaped the artist’s hand. His presence at the Cuban embassy in the United States evokes the desire to bring together two peoples that are only narrowly separated by geography.

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The Truth about Lula Comes to Light

June 11, 2019

Since 2016 we have been denouncing the judicial, media and parliamentary coup against Dilma Rousseff, who was stripped from power, with the aim of destroying the Workers’ Party of Brazil (PT) and its historic leader Luiz Inacio “Lula” da Silva in order to prevent him from returning to the presidency.

Removing Dilma from power, replacing her with the usurper Michel Temer, launching a fierce persecution against Lula, imprisoning him without evidence, violating constitutional guarantees of the right to due process, and preventing him to be a candidate in the elections was the script used to prevent him from redirecting the destiny of Latin America’s largest country.

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Community Event in Berkeley, CA Denounces US Blockade and Sanctions Against Venezuela and Cuba

June 8, 2019

Last night, at the Unitarian Universalist Church in the city of Berkeley, CA, an event was held to update community members on the current situation in Cuba and Venezuela that that are both facing sanctions and blockades by the current U.S. administration. Andrea Torres of the International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity moderated the conversation and debate.

Among the panelists were David Paul, one of four activists from the Embassy Protection Collective who were recently arrested by US authorities in Washington DC.

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