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    Exhibition Why Revolution? is inaugurated in Ciego de Ávila

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    Inauguran en Ciego de Ávila exposición ¿Por qué Revolución?

    When the president of the United States of America, Barack Obama, visited Cuba, he told us that we had to forget the past. Can we forget the crime in Barbados? Can we forget La Coubre steam explosion? Can we forget history?

    That is precisely the objective of the neighbor to the north and the way to achieve it is the soft blow, penetrating more and more into the consciousness of young people so that they idealize the imperialist culture as a paradigm and lose their identity.

    The Bohemia magazines published before the declaration of the Socialist State, recount what Cuba was like prior to the revolutionary triumph, when illiteracy, deindustrialization, misery, racism and a host of other social ills were protagonists, and the progressive change from of the 1st. January 1959.

    Today, the students of the pre-university Pedro Valdivia in Ciego de Ávila should think about why young people their ages in the 50s decided to support Fidel Castro to overthrow the bloody dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista after his coup in 1952. Today, they should not believe (the country that they invent for us from social networks), but to read, as the Commander in Chief himself foresaw.

    “The cultural war is a way that the Yankees have always used, as the dominant country, to impose their culture and dominate other countries. It is not a new phenomenon, but a long-standing one, which has worsened in recent times, has acquired an extraordinary dimension with the new technologies”.

    In the current scenario, those who do not bow down, those who hold firm to their ideal because "their courage is greater", are attacked voraciously. The example is among us, at the head of the Piña Colada Fusion Music Festival, is Arnaldo Rodríguez.

    With these questions, answers, assertions from his conference "Historical memory against cultural war: the 1950s of the batistato", the Historian of the City of Ciego de Ávila, Ángel Cabrera Sánchez, inaugurated this Thursday at the José Inda Hernández House of Culture the exhibition Why Revolution?, which will end on Saturday 9, on the eve of a transcendental date such as July 26 and in salute to the XXX Anniversary of the creation of the Brigadier José Ambrosio Gómez Cardoso Historical Archive.

    Also, the center's founder and director, Mayda Pérez, members of the Association of Combatants of the Cuban Revolution, and its official who deals with the political-ideological sphere, Jesús Rojas, who, to end the meeting, stated that conserving the Historical memory is paramount in order for the Revolution to move forward were present.