Radio Cadena Agramonte
Saturday, February 17, 2018

Opinion / Opinion


  • Operation Carlota in the Heart of a Veteran Combatant

    Operation Carlota in the Heart of a Veteran Combatant

    By Alex López Almaguer/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Complex and diverse missions have been taken on by Camaguey-resident vet Albio Bermúdez González. Among the ones he remembers best is the one he did in Africa where along with Angolan patriots he fought for this country’s independence and against National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA), led by Jonas Savimbi.

  • José Martí: An Everlasting Paradigm of our America

    José Martí: An Everlasting Paradigm of our America

    By Indira López Karell/Radio Cadena Agramonte

    From a very young age and driven by “the star that enlightens and kills”, Jose Marti embodied the most elevated principles of freedom, which he defended with ideas and action.

  • My Vote Is for Cuba

    My Vote Is for Cuba

    By Rosa Maria Moros Fernendez /Radio Cadena Agramonte

    On a day like today, 54 years after our victory in Playa Giron (Bay of Pigs), the Cuban people will exercise the sovereign right to choose, at the grass root level, the public servants in our country, as the Constitution of our Republic establishes. 

  •  La Avellaneda, Born in Camaguey and Forever a Cuban

    La Avellaneda, Born in Camaguey and Forever a Cuban

    By Yanais Vega Bacallao / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    On a day like today but in 1822, the village of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe [known as Camagüey city nowadays] witnessed the birth of one of the most prominent figures of Spanish literature, Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda, also known as Tula.

  • Seeing the World in Feminine

    Seeing the World in Feminine

    By Indira López Karell / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The need for a greater global commitment with gender equality and the empowerment of women were recently themes of discussion at the United Nations.

  • Neither Sticks, nor Carrots Are enough to Defeat Cuba

    Neither Sticks, nor Carrots Are enough to Defeat Cuba

    By Pedro Paneque Ruiz/Radio Cadena Agramonte

    There is a saying in Spanish that reads “el hombre es el único animal que tropieza dos veces con la misma piedra”, literally meaning: “man is the only animal that trips twice over the same stone”. And it is true that a mistake can be repeated many times in a lifetime; but the Yanks are the champions when it comes to Cuba. For more than 50 years they have carried out covert actions, imperialistic undeclared wars and aggressions of all sorts against the island nation.

  •  What Jose Marti Left for Us All

    What Jose Marti Left for Us All

    By Indira López Karell / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Today the ideas of Jose Marti –a man revered by all Cubans- acquire new relevance among the residents in the city of Camaguey, 162 years after his birth.  

  • The Day Cubans Decided Whether to Be Fee or Martyr

    The Day Cubans Decided Whether to Be Fee or Martyr

    On a day like today, we Cubans mark a new anniversary of Granma cabin cruiser landing and the resumption of struggles for the definitive independence of the people of Cuba.

  •  Gender-related Violence in the Cuban Popular Music

    Gender-related Violence in the Cuban Popular Music

    By Indira López Karell / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    Over the years, Cuba has been the cradle of the most varied musical genres, nowadays considered to be a patrimony of humankind. Besides, the island nation has been a fertile ground from where flagship musical themes have been written and conquered the world causing on audiences the most versatile feelings.

  • The World Caught between Ebola and War

    The World Caught between Ebola and War

    By Rolando Sarmiento Ricart/Colaborador.

    The United States acts as if this country owned the world, taking its war on terror everywhere with the complicity of extremist mercenaries who destabilize governments that do not represent the interests of the Empire, like once were Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. Today, under the pretext of destroying the Islamic State (EI), they are launching air strikes against Syria without the consent of neither the government or the people of this Arab country.