It's been over the media in Spanish since yesterday: a Cuba exile protested against the lack of freedom of speech in Cuba and against Europe's coddling with the (c)astro regimen, at the main entrance of the EU building in Madrid, Spain.
He claimed for democracy for Cuba wearing handcuffs, gagged and... naked. And with that "hottie-McAwesome-body", pleeeeease...
Facing the morning cold in Madrid, César Alexander Cozar Rivera, a Cuban activist from the organization Cuba Democracia Ya, performed the singular protest while the fourth forum on Hispanic-Cuban human rights was taking place at the building. This forum was created back in 2007, when Miguel Angel Moratinos visited Havana.
According to the AFP report in Spanish -in my own free translation - Cozar Rivera said he was there representing all dissidents and Cuban exiles that havent received "'neither any answer nor an adequate human treatment during the past 50 years."
He criticized the Spanish government, saying they are "not interested in human rights or democracy for Cuba." During his performance, he stood on the Cuban flag to demonstrate "the extreme deterioration" suffered by the island, "due to the economic interests concealed under laws to promote development."
And whoever out there is the taking the sideways to criticize the use of the Cuban flag, simply put, has no clue.
We have reached a point where everything one can do to protest the (c)astro dictatorship and his enablers and useful idiots, WILL COUNT.
"Both the Spanish socialist government and the Cuban tiranny are dragging my country's flag" and their collaboration is a "theater" and a "circus," added Cozar, saying that Cuba keeps killing people in the firing squad while forcing (us) to exile,"which is destroying Cuban families and obstructing the education of young people." "Cuba is the only country where human rights are not violated simply because they don't exist."
El Mundo (Spanish newspaper) also covered it.
Penúltimos Días (in Spanish) has more on Moratinos' position, which basically means to continue coddling and enabling the Cuban regimen, and who cares about democracy and freedom of speech for those Cubans...