Thursday, July 13, 2006
It is impossible for me not to
be in total disagreement with them about anything of a historic nature. And more importantly, twice in my professional career, I felt betrayed by them, while I defended
the integrity of public funds that came from the taxpayer, and out of cowardice, I saw
Cuban men hide the truth for political advantage, while I smashed my career in order
to defend missused funds.But the issue of this book is different for me: of course! I am in constant favor of permitting all freedom of expressions in children's libraries. But answer me the following question; How did this book find itself into the system? How come that Romanescu's prized book in which he challenges the the western world to look at the actions of jews across Europe and the United States in manipulating a conspiracy
of actions that led to the jewish state was not allowed in the 60s or even today to sit on the very same library shelves of Miami Beach Senior High School? How come that Dumas's volumes on 19th Century American History in which he openly asserts that some negro slaves preferred this plantation life for their own life's protection and quality is not allowed to sit on the campus of Carol City or Northwestern High School.
I am not against suppressing a freedom of expression through the display of this book- let it sit on the shelf. But I want Cuban politicians to have the guts to say
what I just said here and demand that the other books sit side by side to them and that these politicians(for once on their lives) have the courage to stand up to a jew
and a black.