Monday, July 13, 2015

Cuban official: Google seeks "new conquest"

On July 11, Juventud Rebelde quoted José Ramón Machado Ventura as saying:
Everyone knows why there is no Internet in Cuba, because it is costly. There are some who want to give it to us for free, but they do not do it so that the Cuban people can communicate, but in order to penetrate us and do ideological work to achieve a new conquest.
We must have Internet, but our way, knowing that it is the intention of imperialism to use it as a way to destroy the Revolution.
Journalist Fernando Ravsberg said today that Machado Ventura was responding to Google's offer to install free WiFi antennas in Cuba.

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