Maestros y Margarita (Paperback)

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By Editorial Tell (Editor), Ebs Productions (Illustrator), Olga Gutierrez (Editor)
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The history of Cuba for the past 56 years is marked by mass emigration of the island. About three million Cubans have left the island to all over the world and almost two million are concentrated in the United States, mostly in South Florida. It is symptomatic that in 1959 with the advent of a socialist revolution that self titled defender of the majority and promoter of a bright future abroad has released an enormous amount of its population of around twenty percent. This massive exodus has assumed the most varied forms, from deportation, escape to fantasy and tragic forced expulsion of massive waves of humans, without the world condemn the regime misgoverns the island for over half a century. The tragedy is not only the exodus itself but also in the attacks, repression and violation of human rights all those human beings who have suffered as a state policy. For others not only the Cuban population has left has been severed their human rights, those who remained on the island have also been captives and hostages of the regime, has put them in the dilemma of supporting the communist government or being drawn into others exodus that never seem to end. An entire people faced between siblings, friends and co-workers, neighbors and citizens as a method of social division and ideological intolerance. The story told in this testimony are the personal experiences of the author happened to be a young revolutionary, born under Fidel Castro Cuban socialism to become a stateless person in this long and infinite human history of disappointment and frustration. La historia de Cuba de los ltimos 56 a os est marcada por la emigraci n masiva de la isla. Alrededor de tres millones de cubanos han abandonado la isla hacia todas partes del mundo y casi dos millones se encuentran concentrados en los Estados Unidos de Am rica, mayormente en el sur de la Florida. Es sintom tico que en 1959 con el advenimiento de una revoluci n socialista que se auto titulaba defensora de las grandes mayor as y promotora de un futuro luminoso haya lanzado al exterior a una cantidad enorme de su poblaci n que ronda el veinte por ciento. Este xodo masivo ha revestido las m's variadas formas, desde la deportaci n, la fuga fant stica hasta la expulsi n forzosa y tr gica de oleadas masivas de seres humanos, sin que el mundo condene al r gimen que desgobierna la isla por m's de medio siglo. Lo tr gico no est nicamente en el propio xodo, sino tambi n en las agresiones, represi n y violaci n de todos los derechos humanos que esos seres humanos han padecido como pol tica de estado. Por dem's no solo la poblaci n cubana que se ha marchado ha visto cercenado sus derechos humanos, los que quedaron en la isla han sido tambi n cautivos y rehenes del r gimen, se les ha puesto en la disyuntiva de apoyar al gobierno comunista o ser arrastrados a otros xodos que parecen no acabar jam's. Un pueblo entero enfrentado entre hermanos, amigos y compa eros de trabajo, entre vecinos y ciudadanos como m todo de divisi n social y de intolerancia ideol gica. La historia que se narra en este testimonio son las vivencias personales del autor que paso de ser un joven revolucionario, nacido bajo el socialismo cubano de Fidel Castro a convertirse en un ap trida m's en esta larga e infinita historia de decepci n y frustraciones humanas.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781523652150
ISBN-10: 1523652152
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: November 24th, 2016
Pages: 62
Language: Spanish