Radio Cadena Agramonte
Thursday, September 19, 2019

Opinion / Opinion


  • Let´s stand for the country that we want

    Let´s stand for the country that we want

    By Dannys Hernández de Luaces/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    History tells us that the US government will not stop interfering in the internal affairs of sovereign countries. It continues to use blackmail, injustice, and evil deeds in orther to block countries in every possible way.

  • Towards the future: both feet on the ground and aiming for the sky

    Towards the future: both feet on the ground and aiming for the sky

    When we are young, we take the world for a delicious apple, or maybe a guava, which is more suitable in our context, but the thing is that devouring the fruit is the biggest wish of the new generation.

  • Knowledge worths more than material things

    Knowledge worths more than material things

    The bell rings, and just like every September, students and teachers gather at the school yard. Two students happen to meet at the same line: one of them baring a lunch box stamped with princesses and wearing Adidas sneakers; the other one with a much simpler backpack, a pair of modest hair bows on her well combed hair, and a big smile on her face.

  • Cuban tourism grows despite U.S. obstacles

    Cuban tourism grows despite U.S. obstacles

    By Granma.

    Almost 40 hotels, providing 18,000 new rooms to be inaugurated in the medium term, are currently under construction in Cuba, where authorities remain committed to the sustained growth of the tourism industry, as the driving force of the economy.

  • No one surrenders here!

    No one surrenders here!

    By Granma.

    The U.S. government is so stuck in time that, in its eagerness to suffocate the Cuban economy with Title III of the Helms-Burton Act, it appears not to have noticed that the steep hillsides where Comandante Juan Almeida founded, by order of the Comandante en Jefe, the Mario Muñoz Monroy Third Front, are not the same today, 61 years later.

  • The reasons behind my vote

    The reasons behind my vote

    By Graziella Pogolotti/Granma.

    I am not a legal scholar. My reading of the Constitution is one of a citizen conscious of her responsibility and commitment to the future of the country.

  • A day for welfare and men’s health

    A day for welfare and men’s health

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Being a man is also difficult, and sometimes women, so focused on erasing decades of inferiority, forget about it.  I do not excuse chauvinist actions, but they with this historical manly pose carry the immobility of an idea that moves them away from conceptions associated to tenderness and responsability.

     They are strong, determined and violent, always with the money for the house and willing to defend their manhood. Surrounded by successes, sexually active and also take control in the couples’ relationships.

    If it were a riddle you would not hesitate to answer: man, because it is the cultural construction that throughout history the resistance, the tolerance to the pain and any sample of sensibility has been attributed to the male.

  • State of the soul, students’ luck

    State of the soul, students’ luck

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano /Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    It does not matter if you are the shy of the classroom, the joker, the applied one, the social media fanatic or the one who is never in class because you are the farandulero; the truth is that you always take the risk of being labeled, for better or worse, if you are a student.

  • Camagüey and two centuries as a city

    Camagüey and two centuries as a city

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Near to meet its 505 years, the Villa of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe remains just as beautiful in the eyes of its sons and the foreigners who visit it. February the 2nd is the day chosen for the celebration; however, any time is ideal to enjoy the legends and mysteries that flourish in every alley of this city, declared as such on November 12th, 1817.

  • Culture ratifies its loyalty to Cuban revolution in the new Magna Carta draft

    Culture ratifies its loyalty to Cuban revolution in the new Magna Carta draft

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    In times of reinforcing the citizens’ democracy, the power of the people in one of its main magnitudes, also Cuban artists, defenders of an increasingly ours and more unique nation raise the flag of the necessary transformations.