Havana, Cuba.- The support the Cuban Resolution against the American blockade found in the UN continues having a great impact on the worldwide public opinion.
In a Round Table TV program on the international present time, journalist Óliver Zamora reproduced commentaries of press web sites denouncing the genocide and criminal character of the anti-Cuban policy of Washington, and illustrate how that treatment influences on the health of the Cubans and other aspects of their lives.
Some of those media reiterated the urgency to reform the international organism, and the need for a mechanism that put pressure on the White House so it fulfills the UN mandate on the blockade.
At the beginning of the Round Table, moderator Randy Alonso expressed Cuba´s grief for the sudden decease of the former Argentine President Néstor Kirchner, general secretary of the Union of South American Nations
For Cuba and the Cuban Five
The 187 votes reached about the Cuban Resolution in the UN before the thin opposition of the United States and Israel, reveal Washington´s isolation in its policy against the Caribbean island, the Argentinian sociologist Atilio Borón said.
In a phone interview for the Round Table TV program, the intellectual added that to eliminate the blockade and to release the Five Cuban Heroes prisoners in their jails, would improve the White House´s international image.
On the other hand, José Luis Centella, general secretary of the Communist Party of Spain, and their ocuntryman Willy Meller, representative of the United Left in the European Parliament, agreed when declaring that the European Union must take note of what happened in the UN and put an end to the so-called Common Position, unique in the world and unique of that community against a country.
Surveys in the own United States show the rejection of their population to the blockade against Cuba
In the far West
A jail for illegal emigrants, who must pay even what they eat, and a sheriff who thinks as if he were in the far West, conform the reality faced by thousands of illegal who go after the American dream and are captured in the border between Mexico and the United States.
In the final section of the Round Table, it was exhibited the second chapter of the series “Once upon a time in Arizona”, titled “A jail and a sheriff”, produced by Telesur TV channel.
The audio-visual material picks up in six parts the experiences of Oscar Leon, an Ecuadorian producer who during the past few years has investigated on Latin immigration in Arizona.
The news article shows the drama of those who fall into the hands of the reactionary sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio, and, before being deportees to their countries of origin, they live imprisoned for several months in the far West.