Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Cuba: farmer still are historical key in the current times.

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I remember with eleven years of Fidel's triumphant entry into Havana in 1959 with a mass of poor, illiterate farmers how they looked with wondering eyes the buildings of the capital who had never seen, nor had rung to see and remember the thousands and thousands of poor workers less than sixth grade who were his allies in the mass where the uneducated and oppressed Cuban, intellectuals, at that times, were counted on the fingers, there was the Cuban Revolution inspired mainly by the Mexican revolution for those workers and poor peasants was the ideal Mexico, Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata, only intellectuals and some workers and farmer unions have influence from communist and the powerfully life and work of Hemingway,Historias de la Revolución I remember now, that feat in the streets of Havana.

I remember, for example, that in homes where young people had staffs of the clandestine struggle in Santiago de Cuba led by Frank Pais, in the midst of bombs, guns and small caliber rifles, there were always a big cabinet with the basic literature of the Mexican revolution and as was discussed by them in my presence, when I was a child, referring to Cuban society of the fifties of last century, it was the same everywhere at the level of culture by the great hobby of most of the Cuban population to clothing, songs and all of Mexico.



An aunt of mine took me to the cinema in Havana at the weekend to see at least three Mexican films about The Mexican Revolution and almost every day I listen to typical Mexican songs of their idols, Jorge Negrete and Pedro Infante, I remember my favorite shoes were Hand tooled leather, with the Aztec sun, made in Mexico, Mexico was the most powerful influence in the Cuban population for which there were a social revolution in Cuba: its painters, musicians, poets, intellectuals, their heroes, Added to this is American influence and Italy as in the case of Pior Paolo Pasolini, intellectuals and journalists in Cuban intellectual elites, a small minority.
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Today, despite a nearly one million students in universities, it is repeated the historical role of farmers in Cuba because based on  reports of the Cuban newspaper Juventud Rebelde, the Cuban peasants ultimately decide the possibility of a domestic market for milk, meat, eggs, rice, flour and vegetables that can liberate Cuba from a heavy expenditure of foreign exchange to purchase food and consolidate a domestic market that has not yet. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida, 34232. Yo recuerdo con once anos la entrada triunfal de Fidel en La Habana en 1959 con una masa de campesinos pobres y analfabetos qwue miraban con ojos de asombro los edificios de la capital que jamas habian visto, ni habian sonado ver y recuerdo los miles y miles de obreros pobres con menos de sexto grado que eran sus aliados, de aquella masa inculta y oprimida donde los intelectuales cubanos se contaban con los dedos, surgio La Revolucion Cubana fundamentalmente inspirada en La Revolucion Mejicana ya que para aquellos obreros y campesinos pobres el ideal era Mejico, Pancho Villa y Emiliano Zapata, solo en los intelectuales influiia poderosamente la vida y la obra de Hemingway, recuerdo yo ahora, de aquella gesta en las calles de La Habana.
Recuerdo, por ejemplo, que en las casas donde los jovenes tenian estados mayores de la lucha clandestina en Santiago de Cuba dirigidos por Frank Pais,en medio de bombas, pistolas y fusiles de bajo calibre, habia siempre un gran mueble con la literatura basica de la Revolucion Mejicana y como era discutida por ellos en mi presencia, siendo yo un nino, con referencia a la sociedad cubana de los anos cincuenta del siglo pasado, eso mismo sucedia en todas partes al nivel de la cultura por la gran aficion de la mayoria de la poblacion cubana a la ropa, las canciones y todo lo de Mejico.


Una tia mia me llevaba al cine en La Habana los fines de semana a ver no menos de tres peliculas mejicanas y casi todos los dias me hacia escuchar canciones tipicas mejicanas de sus idolos,: Jorge Negrete y Pedro Infante,Recuerdo que mis zapatos preferidos eran de cuero repujado a mano, con el sol azteca, hechos en Mejico, Mejico fue la influencia mas poderosa en la poblacion cubana para que se produjera una revolucion social en Cuba: sus pintores, sus musicos, sus poetas, sus intelectuales, sus heroes, y a ello se agrego la influencia norteamericana y de Italia como es el caso de Pior Paolo Pasolini,de intelectuales y periodistas en las elites intelectuales cubanas, muy minoritarias.

Hoy, y pese a  casi un millon de estudiantes en las universidades, se repite el protagonismo historico de los campesinos en Cuba debido a que por los reportajes del periodico cubano "Juventud Rebelde", los campesinos cubanos deciden a la larga la posibilidad de un mercado interno de leche, carne, huevos, arroz, harina y vegetales que pueda liberar a Cuba de un oneroso gasto de divisas en la compra de alimentos y consolidar un verdadero mercado interno que aun no tiene.
watashi wa mazushii mugaku no nōmin no me wa mi ta koto ga naka~tsu ta no shuto no tatemono no fushigi ni mie ta qwueno shitsuryō wo motsu habana e no kasutoro kokka hyōgi kai no ikiyōyō to entori no 11nenkan de , mata kioku wo kakunin shi , nan sen mono mazushii rōdō sha no nan sen mono wo oboe te ranguga hito no shitsuryō wa mugaku to yokuatsu sa re ta kyūba no chishiki jin no yubi ni kazoe te iru kare no mikata da~tsu ta 6nensei ika wa , kyūba kakumei no omo na riyū wa , korera no rōdō sha no mekishiko kakumei to mazushii nōmin no risō teki na , mekishiko , panchoda~tsu ta shokuhatsu sa re ta vu~iraya emiriānosapatadake no chishiki influiiachikarazuyoku jinsei to heminguu~eino shigoto , watashi wa sugu ni oboe te , habana no machi de kono igyō wo .


kyō de wa , daigaku de yaku 1man nin no gakusei ni mo kakawara zu , kyūba no shinbun fubento~uRebelde, hōkoku no tame ni , kyūba no nōmin no kyūba no nōmin wa , saishū teki ni wa kanō sei wo kettei suru rekishi teki na yakuwari wo kurikaesu gyūnyū , niku , tamago , bei , komugiko to wa , gaikoku kawase no omoi shishutsu kara shokuryō wo kōnyū suru to wa ita~tsu te i nai kokunai shijō no tōgō , kyūba wo kaihō suru koto ga deki masu yasai no kokunai shijō .

wǒ jì de11nián de fēi dé ěr jìn rù hā wǎ nà shèng lì jìn rù de hé pín qióng, wén máng nóng mínqwue yǔ huái yí de mù guāng cóng wèi jiàn guò shuí shǒu dū de jiàn zhú wù kàn qǐ lái zhì liàng nián, yě méi yǒu xiǎng kàn dào bìng jì zhù chéng qiān shàng wàn de qióng rén de shù qiān míng yuán gōngliù nián jí shuí bǐ zài wèi shòu guò jiào yù dì dì fāng hé bèi yā pò gǔ ba zhī shì fēn zǐ zài qū zhǐ kě shǔ de dà guī mó qí méng yǒu jiào shǎo, yǒu gǔ ba gé mìng de qǐ fā, zhǔ yào shi yīn wèi mò xī gē de gōng rén hé pín kǔ nóng mín gé mìng, shì lǐ xiǎng de mò xī gē, pān qiáobié shù hé āi mǐ lì yǎ nuò sà pà tǎ, zhǐ yǒu zhī shì fēn zǐinfluiia yǒu lì hǎi míng wēi shēng huó hé gōng zuò, xiàn zài wǒ hái jì de, zài hā wǎ nà jiē tóu de zhuàng jǔ。



jīn tiān, jǐn guǎn zài dà xué yī xué shēng jìn bǎi wàn, chóng fù zài gǔ ba de nóng mín yīn wèi gǔ ba bào zhǐ qǐ yì qīng nián bào bào dào, zài gǔ ba de lì shǐ zuò yòng nóng mín zuì zhōng jué dìng de kě néng xìngguó nèi shì chǎng duì niú nǎi, ròu lèi, jī dàn, dà mǐ, miàn fěn hé shū cài, kě yǐ bǎi tuō le wài huì kāi zhī páng dà gǔ ba gòu mǎi shí pǐn hé gǒng gù guó nèi shì chǎng, hái méi yǒu。

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