Another Amnesty International Report, released in January, says that the Castro regime on January 10 put into effect a law which forbids access to the Internet except “to those, such as officially recognised businesses and government offices, with special telephone accounts payable in US dollars.”
The Amnesty International report adds: “This prevents ordinary Cuban people from accessing the service.”
But no. The Castro regime is a glorious apotheosis of the socialist vanguard, a beacon of liberty and freedom and human rights.
They wouldn’t do anything like restrict Internet access. They wouldn’t throw people in prison for 26 years for owning a private library!