The help of the people to the industrialization of the country

By Diosmel Galano Oliver / Radio Camagüey

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To our brother peoples

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

November, 2021.- “But the Revolution is not only national sentiments. In our country, national values, national culture, are raised. Revolution means that the feelings that are felt towards each Cuban are also capable of being transmitted outwards, towards other revolutionary peoples, towards other peoples, and, first of all, to our brother peoples”.

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The most heroic and dignified people human eyes have ever seen

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

November, 2021.- “Five centuries ago we were visited by the Grand Admiral who, on behalf of the Spanish monarchy, took possession of this island. He did not ask us for permission, of course, but he bequeathed for those of us who would later be zealous defenders of this nation a kind and imperishable phrase: «It is the most beautiful land that human eyes could see».

Perhaps then the land was much more beautiful than today, full of natural beauties, a wide variety of flora and virgin forests of precious woods with which El Escorial was later built”.

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Liquidating illiteracy is only a first step

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

November, 2021.- On November 8, 1961 thousands of men, women and children crowded the Melena del Sur park to celebrate, together with Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, the raising of the flag of Territory Free of Illiteracy, first that in the largest of the Antilles achieved such a victory over ignorance.

In front of the roundabout that serves as a platform, the brigade members Conrado Benítez and Patria o Muerte, Popular Literacy Workers and teachers who made it possible to declare three days before that municipality -today corresponding to the province of Mayabeque- are grouped in the first rows. of Cuba and Latin America to achieve such condition.

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Thinking of peace without development would lack realism

By Diosmel Galano Oliver / Radio Camagüey

November, 2021.- The Great October Socialist Revolution meant a turning point in universal history, since then a worthy rival would emerge for stagnant capitalism.

Although the years in which Socialism ruled in Russia and other European nations many lights and shadows accompanied the path that they always traveled in an unprecedented way in the conceptualization and materialization of the socioeconomic system, the contributions to the class struggle of the ideologues of Marxism -leninism are unquestionable.

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Fidel always attentive to the problems of humanity

By Diosmel Galano Oliver / Radio Camagüey

November, 2021.- It seems that the human being brings in the genes the need to compete, control others, of superiority and not as motivations for development but in an excessive desire for power.

From the first forms of social organization of man, far from looking for aspects that would unite them in the face of the multiple challenges that he would encounter on the path of evolution, they went on the tangent of differences and thus geographical, ideological and cultural borders were drawn that to the day of today they seem insurmountable.

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We graduate technicians to serve the people

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

October, 2021.- The official inauguration of the 1973-1974 school year represented an opportunity to abound in the humanist and revolutionary training sought by the educational system of the largest of the Antilles.

The Eduardo García Delgado Technological Institute of Electronics, in the municipality of Rancho Boyeros, in Havana, was the center chosen for the activity, which on October 22, 1973 was magnified with the presence of the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz.

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A day of birth for the Cuban nation

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

October, 2021.- On October 20, 1868, the Bayamo anthem was sung publicly for the first time, which would become the National Anthem; a moment in which culture would give a sign of support to the emancipatory process that the Island would experience since then.

After the capture of that city and in the midst of the mambisa effervescence, Perucho Figueredo wrote the verses of the patriotic song that were circulated from hand to hand and intoned by an enraged crowd that did not stop humming their music.

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