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Cuban-Americans Flood {Towns|Metropolitan areas} Nationwide Calling for {Finish} to Communism

NORTH BERGEN, {NJ} – Hundreds, {and thousands possibly,} {of Cuban-Americans have convened for peaceful assemblies nationwide this week in solidarity {making use of their} kin on the island,|nationwide this week in solidarity {making use of their} kin on the island of Cuban-Americans have convened for peaceful assemblies,} {who’ve} flooded the streets of {just about any} major Cuban city since Sunday demanding {a finish} to the communist regime.

Cuban-Americans and their allies in {NJ}, {NY}, Kentucky, Illinois, California, Ohio, and Washington, DC, have organized “free Cuba” rallies {designed to} encourage Cubans on the island {to keep} peacefully demanding {a finish} to communism {also to} urge {the federal government} of {america} – {specially the} administration of President Joe Biden – {to do something} {to safeguard} Cuban lives.

Naturally, however, Florida – home to the nation’s largest Cuban-American population, hosted {the biggest} {& most} recurring assemblies against communism on the island. {Protesters there {turn off} the Palmetto Expressway,|Protesters {turn off} the Palmetto Expressway there,} {{the biggest} highway connecting {the town},|{the biggest} highway connecting the populous city,} on Tuesday, {and also have} maintained {a frequent} presence at the historic Cuban restaurant Versalles urging an American military intervention in {the problem}.

{As opposed to} the overwhelmingly destructive riots {to get} left-wing causes last summer, the Cuban freedom movement has organized peaceful protests nationwide, {with reduced} reports of police activity {no} significant property damage.

In {reaction to} the protests, {{the facial skin} of the Castro regime,|{the true} face of the Castro regime,} Miguel Díaz-Canel, issued an “order of combat” urging communist vigilantes to violently attack anyone peacefully protesting {within their} neighborhoods, {calling for civil war essentially.} {The Cuban government {turn off} {access to the internet} nearly nationwide,|The Cuban government shut nationwide down {access to the internet} nearly,} {rendering it} difficult to track police activity, but dissident groups fear hundreds are missing and dozens dead after police began opening fire on crowds of protesters and detaining people in door-to-door raids.

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On,} {{a huge selection of} Cuban-Americans and allies marched on Bergenline Avenue in North Bergen,|{a huge selection of} allies and Cuban-Americans marched on Bergenline Avenue in North Bergen,} Guttenberg, and West New York, New Jersey – a historic  commercial district largely rebuilt by Cuban refugees in the 1960s and 1970s following its collapse in the post-World War II era. While Hudson County, where these small municipalities are located, {has been solidly Democrat strongholds for over {a hundred years},|has been Democrat strongholds for over {a hundred years} solidly,} {Democrat politicians {in your community} are traditionally vocally anti-communist.|Democrat politicians {in your community} are vocally anti-communist traditionally.} The mayors of several local cities attended the rally and pressured Washington to intervene in the violence in Cuba.

Posted by Anthony Vainieri on  Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Posted by Nicholas J. Sacco on  Tuesday, July 13, 2021

“{We have to} see military {actions|activity|motion},” Mayor Brian Stack of Union {Town}, {who also {acts} as {circumstances} senator,|who serves as {circumstances} senator also,} {informed} NJ.com. “{I really believe} {america} should’ve {already been} there years ago. {{Exactly like} we’ve liberated other {nations},|Like we’ve liberated other countries just,} {we ought to|we have to} liberate Cuba, {make that country {totally free} for the Cuban {individuals}.|{create} that national country {totally free} for the Cuban {individuals}.} Stop {all of the} politics {throughout}.”

{Over the} Hudson River, Cubans spontaneously {structured|arranged} a rally in Times {Sq .}, Manhattan, {on Sunday in the {instant} aftermath of breaking {information} of nationwide protests.|sunday {within} the immediate aftermath of {busting} {information} of nationwide protests on.} Protesters {carried on|continuing|ongoing} to inhabit Times {Sq .} on Tuesday {and so are}

Cuba libre en Times {Sq .}, somos millones unidos por {una} libertad plena de todos los cubanos !!!!! #yaempezóelfin #patriayvida #SOSCuba

{Published|Submitted} by Tomás Castellanos Núñez on  Sunday, July 11, 2021

Demonstrators hold placards {throughout a} rally {kept} in solidarity with anti-{authorities|federal government|govt} protests in Cuba, in {Occasions|Periods|Instances|Moments|Situations} Square, {NY} on July 13, 2021. (ED JONES/AFP via Getty {Pictures})

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Cubans {furthermore} made their {existence} known in the {country}’s capital,|

Cubans {produced} their {existence} known in the {country}’s capital also,} {standing {beyond your} White {Home} carrying anti-communist {pictures} and posters with slogans {phoning|contacting} for freedom.|standing {beyond your} White {Home} carrying anti-communist posters {plus} images with slogans {phoning|contacting} for freedom.}

People supporting protests in Cuba gather on Pennsylvania Avenue outside the White House grounds July 13, 2021, in Washington, DC. {- Washington warned Cubans and Haitians against trying to flee to the United States as they endure domestic unrest,} saying the trip is dangerous and they would be repatriated. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

{Individuals} {assisting|helping} protests in Cuba {collect} on Pennsylvania Avenue {beyond your} White {Home} grounds July 13, 2021, in Washington, DC. (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty {Pictures})

In another growing Cuban-{United states} enclave – Louisville, Kentucky – {a huge selection of} {individuals} {structured|arranged} a protest Tuesday urging American {actions|activity|motion} {to greatly help} prevent casualties on the island.

“Tuesday’s organizers {reveal} this was {the biggest} event they’ve {observed in} Louisville,” {nearby} broadcasters WHAS 11 {documented} , {“{defeating} out nearly 900 {individuals who} {arrived} to Shively Park {this last weekend}.|weekend “{defeating} out nearly 900 {individuals who} {arrived} to Shively Park {earlier this}.}”

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Cincinnati’s Fountain Square, {about {one hour} {. 5} from Louisville,|about an {complete} hour {. 5} from Louisville,} {kept} {its} pro-Cuba protest on Tuesday. {Nearby} outlets {documented} that about 80 {individuals} attended the rally, {substantial} as Cincinnati {will not} boast a notably {big|huge} Cuban-American {populace|human population|inhabitants|people} and {is} about an hour {. 5} from Louisville, making {a} likelier host {town} for {this} event.

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Chicagoans {required|got|had taken} the streets on {Mon} for the same {trigger|result in}.|on Monday for {exactly the same} {trigger|result in}

Chicagoans took the streets.}

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“{Folks have} to say ‘{sufficient} is enough,|

“{Folks have} to {sufficient} say ‘enough is,}’” Alberto Gonzalez, the {proprietor} of 90 {Kilometers} Cuban Cafe in the {town}, {informed} local {information} station WGN. “I {resided} in Cuba and {understand} what it’s like {not really} to {consume} for a few {times}. I left in 1980. {{I could} only imagine today {how lousy} it is.|Today {how lousy} it is {i could} only imagine.}”

{Among} Los Angeles’ oldest Cuban establishments, Porto’s cafe, {hosted a rally on Sunday in solidarity with {the reason},|on Sunday in solidarity with {the reason} hosted a rally,} as well.

Porto’s Downey /Show solidarity with the Cuban people now

Posted by Fernando B. Marquet on  Sunday, July 11, 2021

Florida’s protests were the nation’s largest, spanning {through the entire} panhandle. Hundreds organized a rally in Al Lopez Park, Tampa, on Tuesday, chanting pro-freedom slogans and calling for change. Multiple groups attended the rallies, causing {a} traffic disruption, {regardless of the} poor weather.

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Miami has essentially experienced non-stop protests attracting likely {a large number of} people since Sunday.|since Sunday

Miami has essentially experienced non-stop protests attracting likely {a large number of} people.} {On Tuesday and shut it down protesters stormed the Palmetto Expressway.}

MIAMI, FLORIDA - JULY 13: Protesters shut down part of the Palmetto Expressway as they show their support for the people in Cuba that have taken to the streets to protest on July 13, 2021 in Miami, Florida. {Sunday on,} {thousands of Cubans took to the streets across the national country to protest pandemic restrictions,} the pace of Covid-19 vaccinations and the Cuban government. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Protesters {turn off} {area of the} Palmetto Expressway {because they} show their support for {individuals} in Cuba {which have} {taken up to} the streets to protest on July 13, 2021 in Miami, Florida. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The sidewalk {beyond} Versailles – a restaurant known {because of its} little window ( ventanita ) where older Cubans congregate to drink coffee and shout about politics – has hosted {a huge selection of} people since Sunday.

Another historic Cuban-American location, Tamiami Park, {this week also held multiple rallies.}

People demonstrate,carrying Cuban national flags, during a protest against the Cuban government at Tamiami Park in Miami, {july 13 on,} 2021. - Washington warned Haitians and Cubans against trying to flee to the United States as they endure domestic unrest, saying the trip is dangerous and they would be repatriated. (Photo by Eva Marie UZCATEGUI / AFP) (Photo by EVA MARIE UZCATEGUI/AFP via Getty Images)

People demonstrate,carrying Cuban national flags, {throughout a} protest {contrary to the} Cuban government at Tamiami Park in Miami, on July 13, 2021. (EVA MARIE UZCATEGUI/AFP via Getty Images)

The Tamiami Park event on Tuesday also commemorated the 27-year anniversary of the  March 13 tugboat massacre, {where the} Cuban communist regime drowned 37 people in international waters {wanting to} flee the country. {The combined group was unarmed and included several toddlers.} The youngest victim was a six-month-old girl.

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“We’re now commemorating one massacre,} and we’re {attempting to} prevent {a different one},” Orlando Gutiérrez-Boronat, {{the top} of the Assembly of the Cuban Resistance,|the relative head of the Assembly of the Cuban Resistance,} told WPLG Local 10.

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