New York Times calls “freedom” an “anti-government slogan”
07/23/2021 / By News Editors / Comments
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New York Times calls “freedom” an “anti-government slogan”

A New York Times article about the protests in Cuba starts:

(Article by Joe Jarvis republished from

“Shouting ‘Freedom’ and other anti-government slogans, hundreds of Cubans took to the streets in cities around the country on Sunday to protest food and medicine shortages, in a remarkable eruption of discontent not seen in nearly 30 years.”

The New York Times headline says Cubans are protesting “misery” in a country that “limits dissent.”

But about 30 paragraphs into the story, the New York Times finally admits what Cubans are truly protesting: a brutal communist dictatorship. The extra-repressive Covid lockdowns causing further economic hardship are just the straw that broke the camel’s back.

Meanwhile, the Associated Press reported that:

“As Cubans took to the streets to protest the country’s worst economic crisis in decades, authorities blocked social media sites. It’s a tried-and-true method of stifling dissent…”

Now it makes perfect sense why social media companies block freedom-loving Americans and label them “anti-government radicals.

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