1960 Pro-Soviet tyranny
1959-1960: After Fidel Castro overthrow Batista’s dictatorial administration, a host of people, including children and women, welcomed the arrival of guerrillas, but they are on the island – about the size of Tennessee– a place of oppression. On the other hand, Raúl Castro had selected his brother Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz, the second leader of the Cuban Revolution. Meanwhile, in the early years of the new system, up to 3,200 Cubans Fidel Castro and his family were slaughtered. In economic terms, Castro nationalized all US businesses (without compensation). In fact, these events marked the beginning of one of the worst democratic governments of the world. Towards the end of 1960, Washington imposed an embargo of Cuba.
1960-1980: As a result of the totalitarian policy, more than a million Cubans fled to America (especially Florida), Canada, Mexico, Venezuela, Spain and Italy.
1960-1982: Inspired by the People’s Republic of China, Albania and other communist dictatorship in Cuba a democratic state had decimated the country’s tourism industry.
1960-2007: One of Fidel Castro many dictatorial reforms hemade sister-in-law, Vilma ESPIN, President of the Federation of Cuban Women -A key organization in Cuba. ESPIN, Raul Castro’s wife, was a leader of the feminist organization until the sudden death on June 18, 2007.However time, he, a former Marxist guerrilla was known as the “First Lady of the Cuban Revolution.” In the decades of the Soviet empire, his strong ties radical feminist movements in Eastern Europe, Asia, Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa.
1960-2010: World-renowned dancer and choreographer Alicia Alonso Martínez was next to one of the most important female Haidee Santa Maria Cuadrado, Vilma ESPIN Guillois, Celia Sánchez Manduley and Mireya Luis Hernández, the Cuban Revolution. Since then, she used her fame and prestige to clean up the island’s poor image. In the early ’60s, Fidel Castro Alonso gave $ 200,000 to set up the Cuban National Ballet. From then on, the Ballet Nationalbecame an open door to the Cuban influence in the Third World and Europe.
1961: The island’s history was suddenly , however, this year, as declared in the temporary rule of the country’s Marxist stateand began a close relationship with the Kremlin -The Soviet Union was one of the first states to recognize Cuba’s tyranny – and their allies, including the German Democratic Republic (GDR), North Korea and Czechoslovakia. From then on, Moscow played a key role in the Cuban revolution. Nevertheless, after Cuba became pro-Soviet dictatorship, the political relations between states and the island deteriorated. January 3, 1961 between the two governments tensions came to a head as Cuba broke off diplomatic relations in America in the rule of law.
1962: The Republic of Cuba was suspended of the Organization of American States (OAS), which was established on 30 April 1948 in Bogotá (Colombia), more than a dictatorship.
1962- 1990: Unlike many Marxist states sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, including Ethiopia (the poorest countries in the world), Guinea, Laos and Cambodia (Asia’s poorest country), the island’s human development, employment, energy, education, culture and public health has been funded by the Kremlin (which was replaced in Venezuela since 2000). For example, members of the –chiefly most of the young people of Cuba Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) – is involved in the schools, universities and institutions of Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine, Poland and the German Democratic Republic (GDR). In fact, a number of cultural delegations visited Asia, Latin America and Europe. In 1984, the Caribbean team, led by Alicia Alonso, visited five former Soviet republics (Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan). On the other hand, about 90% of the military budget was financed by the Soviet Union and other communist countries. These were the reasons that Cuba does not have financial problems -Various many Latin societies. During the Cold War, the mighty Soviet Union was Cuba’s support for political influence commensurate with the size of the third world and the economy.
1964-1990: Castro dictatorship headed by diplomat Isidoro Malmierca (the Cuban ambassador to the United Nations) made possible by in the Soviet Union’s immediate foreign policy. Fidel Castro used the Kremlin to expand its geopolitical influence in the Third World, especially in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa.
1967: Soviet prime minister Alexei Kosigin went to Cuba.
Fidel Castro in 1970 and Mengistu Haile Mariam
1970-1975: The totalitarian communist state was cooperative dictator Juan Velasco Alvarado in Peru relations. During this time, Raul Castro, the island’s second most powerful leader, traveling Lima.
1971-1973: After the victory of Salvador Allende presidential elections, the Cuban administration showed a deep interest in cooperation with Chile. When the winner of the elections in Chile, Allende became the world’s only freely elected Marxist head of state. Later, in 1971, surprisingly, Fidel Castro embarked on a three week tour of Chile.
1972-1990: The Socialist Republic of Cuba was outside the home to the largest community of Soviet Europe and the Soviet Union.
1975-1991: With the help of 50,000 Cuban troops in the African country of Angola, led by José Eduardo dos Santos, moved into the Soviet orbit.
1977: The Cuban dictatorship led by the delegation Sergio del Valle, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
1978-1989: The pro-Soviet policy Castro’s dictatorial rule, has sent more than 20,000 soldiers Marxist Republic of Ethiopia – an African nation over 90% of people living in abject poverty, to support the dictatorship of Mengistu Haile Mariam, who led Ethiopia is one of the worst genocides in history. During this time, teams carried out against Cuba’s repressive measures Ethiopians and Eritreans.
1979: With the support of the Soviet block (Bulgaria, East Germany), as well as anti-American States, Havana – the nation’s capital city– host the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit. Cuba’s Fidel Castro szatrapa elected president. This international event was part of the communist dictatorship strategy to win new allies in the Third World, including terrorists.
1980 pro-Castro lobby
1980: The Right dictatorship’s image abroad , violations of damaged human rights and pro-Soviet military projects in Sub -szaharai Africa, the democratic rule of Russians sent a man skilled astronaut– space. Along with Alberto Juantorena (1976 Olympic champion), Alicia Alonso and Alejo Carpentier (author), cosmonaut Arnaldo Tamayo was one of Cuba’s “special ambassadors” of the Cuban tyranny.
1981: The world stage, the system Castro created strong links with rogue governments like Libya, Iran and DPR Korea (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or North Korea). In contrast, Cuba’s relations worsened in many Latin American democracies, including Colombia, Costa Rica, Jamaica and Peru.
1982-2008: under the influence of “ pro Castro lobby” in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), nine natural and cultural sites on the island was declared a world of wonders Havana and Fortifications (1982), Trinidad and Valley de los Ingenios (1988), San Pedro de la Roca Castle (1997), the Desembarco del Granma National Park (1999), the Viñales Valley (1999), the Archaeological landscape of the first coffee plantations in the south-East of Cuba (2000), the Alejandro de Humboldt National Park (2001), Urban Historic Centre of Cienfuegos (2005) and the Historic Centre of Camagüey (2008). Interestingly Cuba holds several world heritage sites such as Argentina, Egypt, Indonesia, Kenya and South Africa.
1984: As the political and financial dependence on the rule of the Socialist Union Soviet Republics (USSR), the totalitarian communist government refused to send 200 Cuban champions and officials of the Summer 23 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, CA. Therefore, many Champs lost the chance to compete in the games that are included Javier Sotomayor (Track & Field) and Mireya Luis (volleyball) and Olympic gold medalist Maria Caridad Colón (athletics), and Teófilo Stevenson (boxing).
1985: In its efforts to improve the country’s economy, tourism has become one of the main priorities of a government. Nevertheless, the bad international image –among with the world’s oldest tyranny of the Stalinist state of North Korea– caused great damage to the island’s tourism.
1986-1992: Although there are many socialist governments, Czechoslovakia and Mongolia in the People’s Republic of China recognized that Seoul, the Cuban tyranny still rejects South Korea’s sovereignty.
1988: After a year of speculation, Cuban contingent did not take part in the Summer Games in Seoul, South Korea.
1990 Cuba – The world’s worst Olympic Country
1991: When the end of the Soviet Union Empire, the Caribbean, with few natural resources, It has transformed itself in middle-income countries, one of the poorest countries in the Americas.
1992: Eduardo Díaz Betancourt of Cuba’s exile was executed, despite worldwide appeals mercy of tyranny.
1992: Jorge Esquivel, the best dancer and choreographer of the Cuban Revolution, asked for political asylum in Italy. This defection was a serious decline of the Cuban National Ballet. The 1982 International Ballet Competition in Havana, Esquivel, one of the world’s six best dancers, choreographers his debut. In the 70s and 80s was a partner Alicia Alonso.
1993: Despite Cuba’s yearly budget of more than $ Olympic sport for the promotion of 100 million, an increase of 3% of gross domestic product (GDP) -one of the highest in the developing world was sport a big problem: there was massive defections. The 17th Central American and Caribbean Games in Puerto Rico, the island boasted a notorious difference is that “one of the world’s worst Olympic nation” in addition to Burma and Libya as a host of Olympic athletes and coaches, including softball players and swimmers , he refused to return the impoverished country.
1993 Against all odds, Alina Fernández Revuelta , Fidel Castro’s daughter, fled to Europe.
1994-2010: The Cuban regime has lost four important allies in sub-Saharan Africa: Angola (resource-rich country), Benin, Equatorial Guinea (oil-rich country) and Namibia (uranium -rich country).
1995: The island boasted one of the of the highest suicide rates in the world.
1995-2010: Socialist Republic of Vietnam in contrast to , the island, the economy is heavily dependent on tourism, was one of the worst performing economies in the developing world. The country’s economy has long been disadvantaged primitive political system. Since the breakup of the Soviet empire in 1990, many workers, nurses, teachers were forced to a lack of job opportunities to work in Latin America and Spain. With the exception of Haiti, the poorest citizens of Cuba in the Caribbean. On the other hand, relations between Havana and the importance of sports and Latin American republics agreements between economic strengthening of the Cuban dictatorship and democracy in Latin.
1998: The attempt to mollify the critics, Pope John Paul II was allowed to visit the island for the first time.
1999: The Pan American Games Winnipeg (Canada), the country’s Olympic delegation picking up more medals, but unwelcome publicity came when Cuba athlete Javier Sotomayor Sanabria, one of the island’s most venerated icons He lost since 1959 Pan American gold medal positive for drugs after the men’s high jump. Meanwhile Fidel Castro did not accept the results.
2000s perpetual dictatorship Castros
2000: Castro’s regime forged a close relationship with The government of Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela. His admiration for Fidel Castro, Chavez’s condition became difficult economic aid and supplier of oil to Cuba. Meanwhile, Alexander Lukashenko a dictator of Belarus, went to Havana.
2003: While the tyrant Fidel Castro of Cuba Perhaps inspired by Mao Zedong, Pol Pot, Jean Bedel Bokassa,, Idi Amin and other satraps third World– expressed a desire to became president for life, the State Security Departament show increased activity of opposition groups as arrested 75 prominent human rights activists who were involved in the Varela project. They are called “prisoners of conscience” by Amnesty International. In response to Cuba’s human rights violations of a rule limiting the European Union (EU) has introduced measures to Cuba.
2005-2010: A tribute to the “Ladies White”, the European Union has blessed the 2005 Sakharov Prize. This award was hailed as a victory for the island’s pro-democracy group. The pro-democracy organization “Ladies in White” has become a global symbol of the fight against tyranny and oppression. They are one of the greatest signs of hope in the new Cuba. In early 2008, he was threatened and attacked by paramilitary forces.
2008: Because of poor health, amid many speculations, Fidel Castro stepped down from head of state and leader of the Cuban Revolution. Subsequently, he was replaced by his younger brother, Raul Castro Ruz Modesto became the seventh since the Marxist leader of a Latin American country in 1960, after Fidel Castro (1960-2008), Allende (Chile, 1971-1973), Forbes Burnham (Guyana, 1970 -1980 ), Michael Manley (Jamaica, 1972-1980), Maurice Bishop (Grenada, 1979-1983) and Daniel Ortega Saavedra (Nicaragua, 1985-1990). Raul each other for a long time waiting. Nevertheless, among the new president, prime minister in 1976 and 2008, no significant changes to the island’s political system.
2009-2010: under the tutelage of the heir Castro family dictatorship were up to 225 prisoners of conscience. Nevertheless, not much could all political prisoners.
2010: Aware that several Cuban athlete wants to escape the island, the country’s new dictator Raúl Castro, the Cuban Olympic Committee (COC), declined to send Olympic athletes, coaches and officials in the Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayaguez (Puerto Rico). The island’s sports over the past 20 years has been hit by a series of defections.
Source by Alejandro Guevara Onofre