Radio Cadena Agramonte
Sunday, December 9, 2018

Opinion / Opinion


  • For the children peace, not war

    For the children peace, not war

    By Edel Blanco Duarte / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The world has reached an extraordinary development level at present; today´s technologies exist that 50 years ago they were perhapsunthinkable. We say to be civilized. However, it is a sad knowledge how tens thousands of children change the happiness into a rifle, turning this way into mercenaries.

  • In the Camagüey was born the untamed constitutionalism

    In the Camagüey was born the untamed constitutionalism

    By Elda Cento Gómez / Academic and Researcher, National Prize of History 2015

    The road travelled by the Cuban people for the sake of achieving their freedom and sovereignty is marked by impressive relevant facts.

  • What I know for me: Our friend Guillén

    What I know for me: Our friend Guillén

    By Manuel Villabella Marrero

    Our friend Guillén was born on July 10, 1902. His parents, Juan Nicolás Guillén Urra and Elizabeth Argelia Batista Arrieta married on August 24, 1901, at 7:00 p.m., before the substitute judge Aurelio Izquierdo Castillo and secretary Lucas Pichardo.

  • Cuba: the soul between mockingbird warbles

    Cuba: the soul between mockingbird warbles

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    I think in Cuba and feel smell of fertile field, and they listen to tunes, and the guitar greets in the party; it is continued by laughs, clapping, singings, murmurs, people.

  • San Juan´s parades ended, let´s wait for the awards (+ photos)

    San Juan´s parades ended, let´s wait for the awards (+ photos)

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The Camagüey´s citizens enjoyed last night the last ride of the San Juan 2018. In the streets comments are made on the floats that have best lucid, or the congas have dreamed of, and the jury appreciates what exhibited in these days to decide who to reward.

  • Let's keep the tradition alive

    Let's keep the tradition alive

    For Dania Díaz Socarrás / I Remove Chain Agramonte.

    Some weeks ago, from way to house, a group of children was occupying the street with drums and unexpected cowbells, which were producing contagious sounds. There were the advances of our Saint John.

  • Juan Miguel has wind in his sails

    Juan Miguel has wind in his sails

    Cuba’s young star, Juan Miguel Echevarría almost jumped the entire pit in the Olympic Stadium in Stockholm, Sweden, where on June 10 he reached a spectacular 8.83 meters, taking the long jump title at the Diamond League’s sixth event of the season. His record, however, will not be recognized, since the wind at his back was measured at 2.1 meters per second, just barely over the limit of 2.0.

  • Che Commander, friend

    Che Commander, friend

    By Rosa Maria Moros Fernandez/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    When 90 years of his birth in the distant Argentine city of Rosario, Ernesto Guevara de la Serna continues to live in Cuba and in the world, and multiplied in all those who are struggling to conquer their dreams of justice.

  • Battle of Saratoga: consolidation of the war in Camagüey

    Battle of Saratoga: consolidation of the war in Camagüey

    By Jorge Wejebe Cobo / Cuban Agency of News.

    To little more than one year of disembarking for Playitas along with José Martí, on April 11, 1895, Máximo Gómez is in June, 1896 in the flatness of Camagüey and prepares to strengthen the discipline and the organization of the pro-independence forces. Since in the big war, it directs a successful campaign against the Spanish troops and it will be in the pasture of Saratoga where again it is imposed on the enemy with the same everlasting workmanship, although it already has 60 years of age.

  • Save the future

    Save the future

    By Edel Blanco Duarte/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The world is in danger of disappearing. The ravages caused by climate change at the present time are seen more than ever. The question at this point would be how much will be able to withstand the planet?, but how could we reverse this situation?