I can tell you about a real revolution

By Diosmel Galano Oliver / Radio Camagüey.

April, 2021.- “I think your revolution has had an important role in the world and a great influence on what happened afterwards,” said Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro Ruz during a visit to the United States.

It took place on April 20, 1959, at the University of Princenton, several people sympathetic to the Cuban cause met to see the young leader up close and learn about the projects of the nascent process of social, economic and political transformations that he led in the Caribbean archipelago. .

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The recognition of human and spiritual diversity from the fidelista point of view

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

March, 2021.- Recognizing the human and spiritual diversity that inhabits the planet is a fundamental step to achieve peaceful coexistence among nations, in addition to respect for all fauna and nature.

With this and other purposes, the International Dialogue of Civilizations Conference met in Havana. Latin America in the 21st century: Universality and Originality, a space where multiple ideas contributed to having a clearer vision of the future that the world needs, especially the Latin American region.

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Watch out for the new conquerors

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

March, 2021.- At the ceremony of delivery of the State of Sao Paulo Award to the ethnologist Orlando Villas Boas, held at the Latin America Memorial, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on March 17, 1990, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz made an important intervention about the destiny of the peoples of Latin America. Leer más de esta entrada

Angola, a page of solidarity and internationalism

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

March, 2021.- On March 15, 1876, Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro Ruz was visiting the Democratic Republic of Guinea Conakry, thus strengthening the ties of brotherhood between the African continent and the Caribbean island.

At a complex moment in the struggles against apartheid, the Cuban leader recalled the beginnings of military cooperation with the area, a page of internationalism that the peoples will never forget. Leer más de esta entrada

Baraguá protest: symbol of rebellion

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

March, 2021.- In summarizing the evening and military review for the centenary of the Baraguá Protest, held in the same place where the Bronze Titan starred, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz expresses that with that gesture “he reached his highest point, reached its climax, reached its peak, the patriotic and revolutionary spirit of our people”. Leer más de esta entrada

End inequality to guarantee development

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

March, 2021.- “All life is a dream, and dreams are dreams, said Calderón de la Barca, a famous Spanish playwright, centuries ago”.

This is how Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro Ruz began his speech at the World Conference on Social Development, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, on March 12, 1995; opportunity in which he exposed to multiple nations the progressive ideas that drive the Cuban Revolution. Leer más de esta entrada

“Cuba will not back down”, Fidel assured

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

March, 2021.- “And so, when saying goodbye to today’s fallen, those soldiers and those workers, I have no other idea, to say goodbye, but the idea that symbolizes this struggle and symbolizes what our people are today: ¡ Rest together in peace! Together workers and soldiers, together in their graves, as they fought together, as they died together and as we are willing to die together. Leer más de esta entrada

Tribute to those who gave their lives for the people

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

March, 2021.- It was 3:10 in the afternoon, March 4, 1960. A strong explosion shakes the areas of the Havana port. Hundreds run to aid the wounded. They too suffered when a second crash darkened life.

The second year of the Cuban Revolution was passing, from the first day it was clear the need to guarantee the defense of the Archipelago against the repeated aggressions orchestrated from the United States, that is why the French ship La Coubre entered the bay loaded with weapons and military park . Leer más de esta entrada