Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla addresses the United Nations on Sept. 22, 2017, laying out Cuba’s position on a multitude of issues, and responding directly to the talk earlier in the week given by U.S. President Donald Trump.
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As the class struggle heated up in Venezuela this year, fueled by interventionist threats by the pro-US Organization of American States (OAS) bloc, many former supporters of the Bolivarian revolution have remained sitting on the fence.
The outcome of the current struggle will impact all of Latin America and beyond. It is more necessary than ever that all revolutionary and progressive people stand with President Maduro, the PSUV and the Bolivarian Revolution against imperialism and domestic reaction.
Cuba will not make concessions essential to its sovereignty and independence, nor will it negotiate its principles or accept conditions.
Trump will never be able to convince the people of the United States to go along with his anti-Cuba agenda. The people have learned too much. Every previous U.S. president since 1959 has tried to destabilize and undo the Cuban Revolution. Each one failed and so will Trump.
“Just as we have been doing since the triumph of the Revolution on January 1st, 1959, we will take on every risk and shall continue to advance steadfastly and confidently in the construction of a sovereign, independent, socialist, democratic, prosperous and sustainable nation.”
The membership of the Antonio Maceo Brigade responds to Trump’s speech on Cuba — the “stupid speech”.
In a decisive move on Wednesday, Venezuela declared it is withdrawing from the Organization of American States. This will take place after a two-year process.