[Friends: a worthwhile event. It’s exciting to have Bernie Dwyer in E. Maine again — JR]
From: “William Whitney” <firstname.lastname@example.org>Date: March 16, 2011 11:35:22 AM EDT
Bernie Dwyer returns to Brunswick. The Radio Havana journalist talks about Cuba and shows her new film on covert U.S. War against Cuba. We of the Let Cuba Live Committee of Maine invite you to meet up with her, get an update on Cuba, and see Bernie’s new film. At:
Thursday March 31, 2011 at 7:00 PMCurtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, Maine
We’ll have refreshments and literature. There’ll be time for discussion. Reporter Bernie Dwyer knows what she is talking about. Five years ago in Brunswick she showed “Mission against Terror”, her film about the Cuban Five. She returns now to provide an update on Cuba and show her new film “The Day Diplomacy Died.” It’s about mercenaries in Cuba, alleged dissidents, who subsist off U.S. money.As you may know, the US has assaulted Cuba for over 50 years by every means short of all – out war. Cuba nevertheless has provided for its people’s needs and taken solidarity to all corners of the world. The U.S. government boasts of fighting terrorism, but has allowed, even promoted, terrorist attacks on Cuba and jailed those contesting U.S. terror. The cases of CIA terrorist Luis Posada and the Cuban Five political prisoners are cases in point. In addition, Washington spends millions on nourishing internal opposition in Cuba.Bernie Dwyer is touring Canada and the United States to spread the word about the hidden U.S. war on Cuba. DVD versions of her new film will be available for purchase.
For more information call me, Tom, at (207) 743-2183