Lucy, a young US citizen studying in Taiwan, is kidnapped by local mafiosos, cruel and bloodthirsty types. The bad guys are looking for mules to transport a potent drug that was recently discovered.
Erasmo Calzadilla’s Diary
Garbage collection efforts have entered a higher phase of decline in the Cuban capital. I want to address the issue once again to show how the situation has worsened over the past few months and to propose a solution to the problem. (13 photos)
Cuba’s 2015 Pedagogy Symposium has just come to an end. The great problem facing this system isn’t a lack of resources or teachers but the complete absence of an emancipatory program. (11 fotos)
I’ve had it up to here with the toing-and-froing of news and comments about the re-establishment of relations between Cuba and the USA. Capitalism in its imperialist stage, the main culprit behind the worldwide crisis, isn’t going to give us what we couldn’t get ourselves.
It will have been four years since civil war broke out in Syria this March. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look to be the last year of conflict. Much has been written about the causes of the war, but there’s one fact analysts tend to overlook…
Now that relations with the United States have been re-established, I’m going to hop on over there the first chance I get. I feel a mixture of hatred and love for that country. Let me tell you explain.
In this post, I would like to share an image I dragged back from “beyond” during my last adventure with entheogens. We’ll be going scuba-diving into the depths of Being, so get ready.
During his closing speech at the recently concluded parliamentary session, Raul Castro confirmed that the Cuban economy is slowing down and, in the same sentence, predicted an excellent growth of more than 4 % for the coming new year.
About a year ago, I wrote something of an anarchist post mocking the school campaigns developed in Cuba to improve spelling in the country. At the time, I maintained that forcing a person to memorize arbitrary rules was downright stupid.
The marabou (Dichrostachys glomerata) is a brush that was introduced into Cuba at the end of the 19th century. Many blame the Castros, socialism and even Marxism of turning Cuba into marabou country – but we need to look more closely at the history of the brush.