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Will the Internet Bring Freedom to Cuba?

There’s an information revolution in the air in Cuba — clandestine Internet access is being used to bypass government censorship. And what’s being downloaded is shared by flash drives. Now that communist thug Fidel Castro is out of power and his brother Raul is just a few years from becoming worm food (preferably sooner rather than later with the help of a noose or a firing squad), the time is ripe for overloading Cuba with free market alternatives to the Third World cesspool system that currently exists.

Although I’m not advocating that any laws be broken, it would be a very good thing if more computers, digital cameras, mp3 recorders, and memory sticks found their way into the hands of the Cuban people.

This isn’t a matter of imposing a U.S. style government on Cuba. Instead, you’re providing information for people to make informed decisions as to where they want to take a Free Cuba post-Castro.

If you want to make a difference, support Cubans who are risking their lives to see what we take for granted.

Hat tip to the NY Times.

Mike Young, Esq.

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