Since adults no longer listen to the Castro regime's absurdities, they've resorted to forcing children to yell insults at dissidents.
According to Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez, middle and high school students (including her son) in Havana are being sent to specific locations to protest against the Ladies in White and other dissidents.
The teachers are telling students that whomever doesn't show better have a very good excuse.
Sanchez correctly suggests UNICEF's intervention against forcing children to serve as the regime's "ideological agents."
We won't hold our breath.
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