Saul Landau on the Cuban Revolution and How the U.S. Directly Aided Anti-Castro Militants

As the United States moves to normalize relations with Cuba, we rebroadcast our 2012 interview with the late filmmaker Saul Landau, who made more than 45 films and wrote 14 books, many about Cuba. We spoke to him about his film “Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up.”

He discussed the history of the Cuban Five and U.S. support for a group of anti-Castro militants who have been behind the bombing of airplanes, the blowing up of hotels and assassinations. Today they are allowed to live freely in the United States.

“What did Cuba do to us?” Landau asks. “Well, the answer, I think, is that they were disobedient, in our hemisphere. And they did not ask permission to take away property. They took it away. They nationalized property. And the United States … has never forgiven them.”

See video:

http://www.democracynow.org/2014/12/25/saul_landau_on_the_cuban_revolution

 

 

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