Castro's Violence Against Women

Saturday, July 16, 2011
This is mind-boggling.

This week, a group of female pro-democracy activists -- led by Idania Yanez Contreras -- set off on a peaceful march to the Belico River in the town of Santa Clara, in order to lay flowers in memory of the 37 Cubans (including women and children) murdered by the Castro regime on a tugboat on July 13, 1994.

They were confronted by Castro's police, which proceeded to impede the march.

They did so by (self-admittedly) bringing a group of women from the National Judo Academy (where the regime trains its Olympians) to violently attack the female protesters.

Needless to say, the group of female pro-democracy activists ended up brutally beaten, violently arrested and some of them (including Idania) in the hospital.

Just what type of Machiavellian malice does it take to conjure up such repressive schemes?