Cuban American Testifies: “You people don’t know what freedom is, because you never lost it”

Steve Cooper

This is the worst nightmare for the Communist rats in the Democrat Party. None of your Tea Party super heroes that appear on Cable News has the guts to speak the truth like this man does.

Rand Paul’s filibuster (publicity stunt) needed words like this man spoke, but he punked out instead. He didn’t fool me…

Manuel Martinez stated:

In 1957 a Revolution … individuals … malicious individuals, masquerading as Democrats, revolutionaries, established a regime … a dictatorial regime … in my nation. Called Communism, Socialism, Stalinism, Marxism, and whatever other named -ism you want to put on it.


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11 thoughts on “Cuban American Testifies: “You people don’t know what freedom is, because you never lost it””

  1. Thank you for continuing to post these very informative posts/videos. My 13 year old son now has you on his laptop. Over the past week I have been discussing with him who Joe McCarthy was and how he will be inaccurately portrayed in his history classes. I want him to know the truth and I am teaching him on my own (with your assistance Steve). I would venture a guess that my son has more knowledge of communism that most if not all of his peers, and he is not afraid to share it. He will be watching this video tonight, thank you!

  2. Mr. Martinez appears to have a short memory on the subject of Cuban history. I agree that Fidel was a revolutionary. Also, he was not elected in 1959 when Fulgencio Batista, who was then in charge, was defeated. But what happened in 1952? That was the year Batista led a military coup to overthrow the elected government and became dictator of Cuba. Following the arrival of Fidel in Havana in 1959 Batista immediately fled the island. He took with him a small personal fortune and went to the Dominican Republic, where the dictator Rafael Trujillo held power, to live.

    When I look at Fidel and Batista the question in my mind is who is worse (not who is better)? Its a hard call in my book but maybe Mr. Martinez would like a military dictator better.

    1. Obviously the Cubans know who was worse, but Liberals are evil people. They lack the ability to distinguish the difference between good and evil, because they are so damn evil. Liberals still insist that Saddam wasn’t so bad, but millions of Iraqi’s have a different opinion. They had to live under that tyrant as commie rats pass judgement on their dire situation.

  3. Letter from a Cuban as to how Fidel truly came in to power (sound familiar?)
    Letter from a Cuban

    From Richmond Times-Dispatch, Monday, July 7, 2008 ~

    Dear Editor, Times-Dispatch:

    Each year I get to celebrate Independence Day twice. On June 30 I celebrate my independence day, and on
    July 4 I celebrate America’s. This year is special, because it marks the 40th anniversary of my independence.

    On June 30, 1968, I escaped Communist Cuba, and a few months later, I was in the United States to stay. That I happened to arrive in Richmond on Thanksgiving Day is just part of the story, but I digress.

    I’ve thought a lot about the anniversary this year. The election-year rhetoric has made me think a lot about Cuba and what transpired there. In the late 1950s, most Cubans thought Cuba needed a change, so when a young leader came along, every Cuban was at least receptive.

    When the young leader spoke eloquently and passionately and denounced the old system, the press fell in love with him. They never questioned who his friends were or what he really believed in. When he said he would help the farmers and the poor and bring free medical care and education to all, everyone followed. When he said he would bring justice and equality to all, everyone said,
    ‘Praise the Lord.’ And when the young leader
    said, ‘I will be for change and I’ll bring you
    change,’ everyone yelled, ‘Viva Fidel!’

    But nobody asked about the change, so by the time the executioner’s guns went silent, the people’s guns had been taken away. By the time everyone was equal, they were equally poor, hungry, and oppressed. By the time everyone received their free education, it was worth nothing. By the time the press noticed, it was too late, because they were now working for him. By the time the change was finally implemented, Cuba had been knocked down a couple of notches to Third-World status. By the time the change was over, more than a million people had taken to boats, rafts, and inner tubes. You can call those who made it ashore anywhere else in the world the most fortunate Cubans. And now I’m back to the beginning of my story.

    Luckily, we in America would never fall for a young leader who promised change without asking, what change? How will you carry it out? What will it cost America ?

    Would we?

    Manuel Alvarez, Jr.
    Sandy Hook, VA

  4. I know a lot of folks who think Batista was a lot better than Castro. Top dog in the Batista lovers was Meyer Lansky from New York City. He had been dubbed as one of the top ten racketeers in this country but was like a brother, Jewish brother, to Batista. Lansky knew all the angles. Lansky brought to Cuba the cream of the mob from Las Vegas, Reno, and New York. His American friends included people like Santo “Louis Santos” Trafficante from Florida, the Einstein of the numbers game, Vincent “Jimmy Blue Eyes” Alo, William “Lefty Clark” Bischoff, and Nicholas “the Fat Butcher” di Costanzo. And who can ever forget Joseph “Joe Rivers” Silesi who loved to skip the casinos. For them Castro was and is a man who hated free enterprise and was almost a death sentence for them all.

    1. Fidel is no prize…these liberals are insane. They could find something nice to say about Hitler if they could. I am sure the liberals LOVED Hitlers health care system and EUGENICS.

  5. The guy with the best story about Cuba was Amadeo Barletta. He was Italian and later became ‘one of the boys’ from New York City. He was a close friend of president Batista from the late 1930’s until 1959. Along the way he represented the personal economic interests of the Mussolini family. As a favor to Mussolini he was also a double agent working for Italian intelligence and as well as a US intelligence agent at the same time. In his “spare” time he also owned and operated hotels, casinos, nightclubs, and was the exclusive distributor for General Motors cars in Cuba.

    For reasons that escape me, in 1960, Fidel Castro expropriated all his businesses and he was forced into exile with his family. Why in the world would Castro hate a Batista loving Fascist/Capitalist working for the US as he ran a crooked casino for the mob? Did not President Batista have good taste in his friends?

  6. Batista…Castro…what-the-fuck-ever… That was a powerful statement packed into four and a half minutes.

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