Monday, July 12, 2021

Freedom’s Just Another Word For Nothing Left To Lose


Apparently there’s a disturbance near the southern hemisphere: the Cuban people are sick of communist dictators.

“I want a total change: a change of government, multiparty elections, and the end of communism.”

With a rock in each hand, Yusniel Pérez, 17, said: “We’re here because we’re hungry and poor. We don’t have food. We don’t have anything.” -

Still, the American media never met a commie dictator they didn’t like so it will be interesting to see how this plays out on the pages of the NYT.  Oh wait…

cuba freedom anti-governmentThe only thing remarkable is that it’s taken this long

The New York Times, where “Freedom” is considered an anti-government slogan. Could their disdain for our country’s foundation be any more transparent?

Cuba’s President Miguel Díaz-Canel said that “destabilization in our country” would be met with a “revolutionary response,” adding “we call upon all the revolutionaries of the country, all the communists, to take to the streets.” I presume all U.S. media correspondents on assignment there will heed his call, having already fulfilled their journalistic responsibilities by blaming the uprising on Covid…and Trump.

I don’t know if Kristofferson wrote this nihilistic lament for the likes of these leftist loons who’ve been with us since the 60s, and just keep replicating, but it certainly fits their mindset.


Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose
Nothin', it ain't nothin' honey, if it ain't free
And feelin' good was easy, Lord, when he sang the blues
You know feelin' good was good enough for me
Good enough for me and my Bobby McGee


What-Was-Freedom-LikeMaybe the Cubans will be able to explain it someday