By José Reyes 3/27/2006
With a loud joyful cry we are born into this world and proudly accepted as a true individual with our own character, with the capability and human freedom to express ourselves. This God-given gift we inherit gives us the ability to communicate with others and share our thoughts and concerns with them. As we grow we are faced with many different ideals that can influence us in a positive way but also in a negative way. This is a normal stage of developing our minds, its a mental process which deals with "judgment". This is where morality enters into the picture. Morality is very simple to understand in definition but could be camouflaged in many different ways to a point where it contradicts its own meaning. Where society draws the line is when the word morality intersects and enters into the realm of insanity. If an individual cannot judge what is sane and what is insane because of his moral interpretation then he or she must be separated from the general populous for protective reasons. This is important to understand when you see what is going on in Cuba right now and for the last 47 years. Fidel Castro has crossed this line and has gone insane. He has indoctrinated his evil insane ideas into the minds of the Cuban people but the Cuban people are trying to cross back to the sane. They are realizing that there is no morality in the world of Castro, everything is fake, everything is unreal and ridiculously untrue. The rest of his followers are just puppets, their minds have not developed yet, they were halted when there freedom was taken away from them, but they still have a chance, unless they have murdered for an immoral reason, then they are doomed.
At the present moment, we have a historical situation going on in Cuba, where a "Psychologist" turned Journalist, Guillermo Fariñas Hernández, has chosen to express his opinion about the Castro regime and was arrested for using the Internet. In Cuba, for those who are not well informed, if you are caught using the Internet for personal expression on another website, for example, this website, you are breaking the law and you will be punished with jail time. Cubans in Cuba are allowed to surf but only could browse the government websites where you could express yourself, but be careful what you say because you "will" end up in jail also. So that means and we can come to the conclusion that in Cuba no one is allowed to express a "negative" thought of the Castro regime, so there is truly no freedom of speech. Mr. Guillermo Fariñas Hernández is on a hunger strike right now as I write this article and has been on a hunger strike for the last 57 days. We need and by "We", I mean the world needs to support him, after all he is just trying to express himself. He is sacrificing his life so we can all express our opinions, where do you stand on this issue? If you reject his painful efforts, then you have crossed the line also?
"If God wants me to die, I will die. I will be a Martyr for the Free information in the World"- Guillermo Fariñas Hernández
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