Radio Cadena Agramonte
Monday, November 18, 2019

Opinion


  • Internal control: an essential tool against opportunism

    Internal control: an essential tool against opportunism

    In times when important resources for modern human activity, such as fuels, are scarce, saving becomes a must.

  • Gerardo Abreu Fontán: a sensitive youngman

    Gerardo Abreu Fontán: a sensitive youngman

    By Yusays Benito Deliano / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    On the 50th anniversary of the murder of Gerardo Abreu Fontán - occurred on February 6, 1959, when he was just 26 years old -, Cuban revolutionary intellectual Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada recalled that “he became a myth for us. He, who did not went further in elementary education, lead the youth and students of the capital and none ever doubted that Gerardo was the most capable, the most sensitive, the best of our classmates. ”

  • Cattlemen in Camagüey writehistoryeveryday

    Cattlemen in Camagüey writehistoryeveryday

    By Alicia Sosa Velázquez/ Radio Cadena Agramonte

    Every month, local farmers submit more than 8 million 800 thousand liters of milk to Cuban economy. Both, the figure and the effort, are significant considering that these farmers must collect milk before dawn and then carry it to the refrigeration spots in the province. 

  • Solidarity at its best

    Solidarity at its best

    Solidarity makes us better human beings, and fortunately, these days, it flourishes among Cubans at the bus stops and shipping points.

  • 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.

  • Love brings together

    Love brings together

    What is love but that common force that takes the feeling everywhere? And it is that the love summons in all its manifestations: art, human beauty, friendship, family, the couple. Love is the work that is built from a shared universe, is where the infinite becomes an act of creation, is that and much more. It is finally, practice of life.