September 29, 2022

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Chapeando: This Year’s Hardest Fake News (+ Podcast)

Chapeando touches on the topics of this project that burned on the networks the previous week. The first involves the US and Europe launching a campaign against Russia through NATO. The hard fake news of the beginning of this year: based on the opinion of Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryoko confirms the establishment of Russian bases in Cuba and Venezuela.

According to researcher Rainier Duarto Misunderstandings arise from the exchange of statements between Russia and the United States as a result of NATO’s military recruitment in the name of the threat of Russian occupation of Ukraine..
There were no claims. Riago’s statements were very vague and undoubtedly controversial, but the misinterpretations far outweighed them. Many major world media outlets, without hesitation, produced versions of the deployment of Russian troops in Cuba and Venezuela in the unfortunate aftermath of the Cold War: 1962 missile crisis.

The researcher stressed that this speculation completely ignores the declaration of Latin America as a zone of peace. Cuba has not only been a signatory to the Declaration since 2014, but also a promoter country.

Arleen Rodríguez recalled the recent comments of Russian President Vladimir Putin about his government’s hypothetical reaction to NATO’s undeniable progress, setting up bases in neighboring countries to the United States. Putin asked what would happen if Russia agreed to deploy troops in Mexico and Canada, as NATO did on Russia’s border. Why was no corruption armed with those announcements? I am asking. Of course for Mexico, that would count as one of the biggest land grabs in American history.

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Another is the reaction of some media and figures who have been silent for more than a century on the illegal and abusive practices of the occupiers of the Yankee site in Cuba, now their clothing against the will of the Cuban people. Knowing that the dispute between Russia and the United States earlier this year was nothing more than a vague statement on the occurrence of verbal conflicts, they are torn by the hoax of Russian sites.

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Mention is made of the second topic which is much discussed these days The alleged shadow government. A kind of Cuban Guido? Commentators questioned themselves when referring to Roberto Vega’s announcement that he had introduced Cuba Possible several years ago, a centralized education-political project that had now re-emerged in neighboring Cuba and promoted as an alternative government. After wondering if the rejected invasion would quell the fires of Miami’s social networks, he appealed to this Guaidó-style variant and ended the show by reminding us that Cuba Proxima is not new, but rather a project of years that never happened. Abandoned and now recycled.

Arlene proposed to close the broadcast with parts of the Miami show, in which one commentator calls Alexander Ottola a “dark creature” who is in crisis with contradictory and offensive statements to other spokesmen for the counter-revolution. South of Florida. Cuba Guerrero is right when he talks about a strong crisis in the world of so-called influencers who accuse each other of being Cuban security agents.