Preamble: A national resistance movement has been developing in Cuba. This movement consists of many different organizations and individuals committed to democratic change in their country through nonviolent means. Although opposition organizations in Cuba are not legal, Cubans have increasingly joined them, in spite of extreme risk of arbitrary detention and violence against them, as well as taken to the streets in public demonstrations that have become far more frequent. The Castro Regime has responded with increased repression and violence in order to insure the permanence of the Castro dictatorship in power and dynastic control over the island’s resources.
The Cuban Resistance movement offers both the best hope for democracy in Cuba as well as the best option for guaranteeing a stable government that can unify the Cuban people and begin to reconstruct it. Permanence of dictatorship in Cuba will lead only to a failed state hostile to American values and interests, which will maintain alliances with both terrorist groups and criminal cartels.
Fundamental Principles for Cuba Policy
We all wish for a democratic and prosperous Cuba, but without rule of law re-established in the island, and without the Cuban people being able to elect their own leaders, investment will lead only to the consolidation of the dictatorship.
Additional ideas for proposals and policies can be provided upon request.
Agreement for Democracy (El Acuerdo)