April 6 2021 — ‘Patria y Vida’ is a reggaeton hit by a group of well-known Cuban musicians. The song has deeply angered Havana. The Cuban government has described the artists as mercenaries. Could it be that the CIA is behind this song? Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY
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I have never believed for a moment that the famous scorpions’ song ‘Wind of Change’ — released a year after the fall of the Berlin Wall — had actually been written by the CIA as some suggested in the Mainstream Media.
And today, we know that the story is indeed not true. But this case is clearly different, and quite plausible.
The title ‘Patria y Vida’ or ‘Fatherland and Life’ plays on one of Fidel Castro’s favorite revolutionary slogans “Fatherland or Death”.
The song ‘Patria y Vida’ — which has been viewed more than four million times on YouTube — blasts the ‘dire economic situation’ in Cuba.
The video clip was directed by Asiel Babestro, who is an ally of Juan Guaido in Venezuela. Babestro is also very close to the anti-Cuban elements of the European Union Parliament.
He was invited to an speaking event at the European parliament by Partido Popular (PP) MEP Leopoldo López Gil who left Venezuela in 2015 and was given Spanish citizenship by Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy.
And his good friend Dita Charanzová — Vice-President of the European Parliament — shared the video on her personal Twitter account on February 17 2021.
As always, Intel Today would like to know what you think?
And remember that “Truth is the daughter of time, not of authority.” El tiempo dirá…
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Patria y Vida — Yotuel, Gente de Zona, Descemer Bueno & Maykel Osorbo
Death or Life: Here’s Why This Song Is Pissing Off the Cuban Government by Leila Cobo
‘Patria y vida’, la nueva música cubana sin metáforas — El Tiempo
El régimen cubano ha prohibido escuchar esta canción por Internet. La respuesta ha sido viralizarla por USB — MAGNET
Havana Syndrome — A CIA Sonic Counter-Attack in Cuba? [Did the Agency write the ‘Patria y Vida’ Reggaeton Hit?]