Venezuela-Cuba Friendship Movement Promotes Tweet against Terrorism

Caracas, Oct 5 (Prensa Latina) The Venezuela-Cuba Mutual Solidarity and Friendship Movement has invited on Friday Twitter users to participate in a campaign against terrorism and in memory of the victims of crime in Barbados.

Organized in the South American nation by terrorists Luis Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosch, at the service of the US Central Intelligence Agency, and perpetrated on October 6, 1976, the criminal action caused the death of 73 people after the explosion in mid-flight of Cubana de Aviación’s CU-455 aircraft.

‘We pay tribute to the dead and continue to demand justice. When an energetic and virile people cries, injustice shakes,’ said the solidarity movement through its @FidelidadACuba account.

The friendship group between both nations specified that this Friday’s campaign through the communications platform is part of the day of rejection of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by Washington on Cuba.

‘In the public agenda of the United States Government, terrorism against Cuba has been a constant, it has been financed and supported through the manipulation and use of unscrupulous elements such as (Luis) Posada Carriles,’ wrote the user @Guajiritasoy.

‘Sooner rather than later, the justice of the people will be felt against the neofascist murderers and criminals who, with the support of the dictatorship of the US empire, tried with the bombing of the Cubana Airplane, to painfully intimidate the people of Cuba and its Revolution,’ said Emil Guevara Muñoz.

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