lunes, 26 de julio de 2010

As martí, the Cubans express give me Venezuela in what to serve you

By: José G. Valdés / Television Camagüey

Bolívar and Martí 7.30 a.m. July 26, 2010. José Martí has not died . He revives in the mind of more than 90 thousand people gathered in the center of the Cuban archipelago, to commemorate the anniversary 57 of the assaults to the barracks Moncada, in the city of Santiago de Cuba, and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, in Bayamo, both in the oriental region of the big island. The act for the Day of the National Rebelliousness is presided over by the General of Army Raúl Castro Ruz, president of the state Council and of Secretaries.

Martí is there next to the representatives of the generation of the centennial of its birth who constituted the detonator of the armed insurrection against the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista in July 1953 and of the continuators of the fight that took the rebellious forces toward the victory of the first one of January 1959.

He is there, when claps and vítores of those gathered in the Square of the Sculptural Complex Major Ernesto Che Guevara, of Santa Clara, express the pride of the recovery of a martian par excellence, Fidel.

It is there the intellectual author of the Revolution next to the Venezuelan friends, because this commemorative act is also devoted to the Liberator Simón Bolívar and to the Bicentennial of the beginning of the fights for the independence of Our America. It is not chance. Martí was considered pupil of Bolívar, to who called “Father of towns” and was nurtured of the bolivarian thought because “of the Brave one to the Patagonia is not more than a single town”. Today that South American nation is threatened by a claw of the yank imperialism that grows per day in the horizon.

In this historical minute, the Cuban followers of the marti ideas ratify the principle “Gives me Venezuela in that to serve you.”

Bolívar and Martí are present to conquer and to build the future of our towns

Where is Chávez

By: Rosa Blanco Ramos / Television Camagüey

All in Cuba waited the one announced presence of the Commandant Hugo Chávez at once Central National for the 26 of Julio.
The square of the Ché and his fight partners, next to almost a hundred thousand of Villa Clara waited for him. Plus the bolivarian leader presence, the physical presence was not possible.

Before the query followed the act for television of who, the doctor José Ramón Machado Ventura gave the answer. The Commandant Hugo Chávez which welded major in Boss, it is in his address position.

Serious are the threats that hang on the sister Venezuela from Colombian territory.

Imperial appetite that incites the war among towns siblings. Fidel yesterday alerted it. next hours and days are of great tension, can take place unchain events .

Chávez, the same as Fidel which WELDED COMMANDANTS IN BOSS, are in their positions. Their towns, the Cuban and the Venezuelan also.
In this hour of threats memory August 5, 1994. contrarrevolutionaries grupusculs, paid and encouraged by the Office of Interests of the United States in the Havana played a mediatic show in the pier.

Invited then by the Secretary of the FAR, General of Army Raúl Castro, a group of Cuban journalists was in the Cuban capital. Past the noon we would have an encounter with Raúl in the headquarters of the MINFAR.

He explained to us what was passing in areas of the pier. Today memory very well when he told us that as always Fidel was where he had to be and ast he had us accustomed in so many years of fight revolutionary. Fidel always to the front of each battle.

The marras encounter was brief. Raúl said goodbye to us and we leave rapid direct of the Square of the Revolution to the pier. And there Fidel was….. and there the town was….

For those same principles Chávez was not today in Santa Clara's square. The Soldier Major Hugo Chávez is where the duty…. next to its town….

From Cuba in this 26 of Julio in Villa Clara greets to him and his town.

The Moncada pointed out the road until the final victory

Camagüey. July 26 ,1953 was in the history of this heroic, rebellious nation and revolutionary for tradition like a fact whose transcendency is lasting: the assault to the barracks Moncada, of Santiago de Cuba and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, of Bayamo.

March 10,1952 Fulgencio Batista played a treacherous military blow in cohabitation with the yank imperialism and a dictatorial government that sank to the nation in a deep political and bloody crisis, settled down and became worse the social wrongs that suffered with brutal fury the humblest and deprived sectors in that Cuba Neocolonial.

Oppressed by the abuse and the oppression, a group of youths directed by Fidel Castro and Abel Santa María, was given to the task of preparing a devastating blow to the tyranny, the attack to the barracks "Moncada" in Santiago fde Cuba and "Carlos Manuel de Céspedes" in Bayamo, actions that marked the beginning of the last stage of the fight of the town for its total liberation.

To the decision of the attackers united the historical and regional element: in East the three wars independentists had begun against the Spanish colonial domain, there popular insurrections took place in several moments and the spirit of rebelliousness of that heroic town, inspired the armed action by the second bigger strength of Cuba and the more far from the capital.

That Sunday of carnival of Santiago the young combatants, dresses with uniforms of the Army and directed by Fidel, executed the attack plan in total disadvantage in front of a superior enemy in weapons and in men, causes that gave origin to the failure of the action.

The assault to the barracks Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes didn't mean the victory of the Revolution in that instant, but it pointed out the road and it traced a strategic program of national liberation that multiplied the fight ideas that later reproduced in the Gamma, the Sierra and in Girón Beach. (Edilena Escobar)