Radio Cadena Agramonte
Friday, November 27, 2020

Opinion


  • Fidel and his ability to resist

    Fidel and his ability to resist

    By Jorge Enrique Fuentes Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Every time I recall the departure of the Granma yacht from Tuxpan, Mexico, where 82 rebels led by the young Fidel Castro Ruz came on board, the words of the Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdés Menéndez come to my mind, when he said that the perfect formula to win, of whoever became Commander in Chief, was to resist over time.

  • Fidel endures

    Fidel endures

    By Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    It is enough to talk with people who had the privilege of sharing with Fidel during the guerrilla struggle, the internationalist missions or in his tours throughout the country, or with those who from a physical distance but moral closeness always carry him with them. 

  • Fidel, here and now, among us

    Fidel, here and now, among us

    By Pedro Paneque Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    Four years ago, on a date like the one we live in today, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, moved towards immortality. He did not die, because his imprint continues to trace paths in the effort to create a prosperous and sustainable socialism, with the decisive participation and leadership of the vast majority of Cubans, and a leadership that has shown to be continuity.

  • Being a man, without stereotypes

    Being a man, without stereotypes

    Elianis Cutiño López / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    I am sure that when the celebration of November 19 as International Men's Day began to become popular in the world in 1999, its promoters never thought that the noble cause they started would be overshadowed by sharing the day with Toilet Day.

  • Máximo Gómez legacy endures in those who defend liberty

    Máximo Gómez legacy endures in those who defend liberty

    By Leidy Quintairos Molina / Radio Cadena Agramonte . 

    184 years after the birth of Máximo Gómez, as José Martí expressed himself when referring to General Máximo Gómez, we recall the historical significance of someone who, without being born in Cuba, committed himself to its freedom aspirations during colonial times.

  • Meridiano, 35 years giving voice to the people of Camagüey

    Meridiano, 35 years giving voice to the people of Camagüey

    By Rosa María Moros Fernández / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The program Meridiano , which Radio Cadena Agramonte broadcasts from Monday to Friday, now from 10:30 in the morning to 12:00 noon, celebrates 35 years of its first airing today . 

  • Local Cardiovascular Care Center reaches 20 years

    Local Cardiovascular Care Center reaches 20 years

    The Camagüey Cardiovascular Care Center celebrates its 20 years this November 15, with constant learning and excellence in service, ensured by 17 highly prestigious specialists and 16 residents of the specialty of Cardiology, all in close relationship with the patients.

  •    Camagüey is the soul of those who inhabit it

    Camagüey is the soul of those who inhabit it

    By Mónika de los Ángeles Escobedo Artola / Student of Social Communication.

    It has been 203 years since King Fernando VII saw in our region the ability to become something great. And yes, the village grew. Today it is more extensive than then, its beauty remains and in some spaces it is as if time had forgotten to pass.

  • The future of Cuba will be decided only by Cubans

    The future of Cuba will be decided only by Cubans

    By Pedro Paneque Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    These days the world has witnessed one of the most shameful electoral episodes in history, when faced with the two predominant parties in the United States for the presidency, the supposed winner waits patiently and trusts his victory, while the current tenant of the White House alleges fraud, without proof, and promises not to leave the presidential mansion without first going to court.

  • Operation Carlota, a benchmark in Cuban history

    Operation Carlota, a benchmark in Cuban history

    By Yeilén Delgado Calvo / Granma.

    Ignacio loves a woman. There is nothing extraordinary about him. Enjoy poetry. He loves his friends with fidelity. He is a military man and is passionate about his career.