Havana, Cuba.- Cuban youngsters have denounced Saturday on social media the human damages caused by the United States to their country and the negative impact on the island of the aggressions of Donald Trump”s administration.
Under the labels are #Cuba, #TenemosMemoria and #JulioDeVictorias, on Twitter, Cubans demand from Washington the cessation of hostility; the end of the economic, commercial and financial blockade; and the fulfillment of Cuba’s demand, a debt from 20 years ago.
On May 31, 1999, the Cuban people demanded that the United States pay compensation of 181.1 billion dollars for the aggressions to overthrow the social system of the Caribbean nation that caused the death of more than 3,400 Cubans and another 2,000 disabled people, as well as material damages.
The legal document, resulting from judicial action, refers to political, military, economic, biological, diplomatic and psychological actions authorized or encouraged by Washington.
In addition to these acts, there are propaganda activities, espionage, terrorist acts and sabotage.
Besides, the organization and logistical support to armed gangs and illegal mercenary groups, the encouragement of desertion and emigration, and the attempts to physically eliminate the leaders of the Cuban revolutionary process.
The demand is supported by public statements by U.S. authorities, evidence accumulated by Cuban authorities, and by numerous declassified secret documents, according to the document.
Likewise, the sentence includes a request to the U.S. government to publicly retract the moral damages to which both the relatives and the victims of the actions have been subjected.
However, despite the evidence, the U.S. government is unaware of this lawsuit, which is considered fair by the Cuban people.