The New Herald published this Tuesday about the despite prevailing among them due to the successful visit of the Supreme Pontiff to Cuba.
Two New Herald journalists, Nora Gamez Torres and Sergio N. Candido, interviewed one of his spokesmen.
Named José Daniel Ferrer who first said that Pope Francis in his masses in Havana, Holguin, and Santiago de Cuba "sent reconciliation messages and of families reunion."
But on the following paragraph he "requested a stronger support to the work of the Church in Cuba."
According to Gamez and Candido their dissident affirmed that what the Pope said in Cuba won't transcend with a positive impact - and on the long run - in the life of Cubans."
That logic would include, as they had previously admitted, his urge to reconciliation, and union among the Cuban families.
But they overlooked that blatant contradiction, because they also affirmed with seething hatred:
"This Pope has been excessively warm, ambiguous, not very straightforward in the best moments... his visit will be forgotten, it will soon fade away ", said Ferrer.
They added that there were several detentions in Havana, Holguin, and Santiago de Cuba by law enforcement agents "to prevent them from getting close to the Holy Father."
A true interesting fact, even more so after different television channels, national and foreign, showed the constant bond of the Pope with representatives from the crowds who attended his masses in the three Cuban cities.
The dissident kept spilling poison when he declared to the New Herald journalists that he reacted like that because of the indifference of the Church on the face of those supposed violations.
But also because of the Pope's opening speech in Havana where he was seen "so affectionate with the dictator."
Then Ferrer meeting instructions received in Miami launched vulgar attacks against Fidel Castro.
He even manifested that the Cuban leader is "the clearest reincarnation of the devil as described by the Bible."
Hence the representative of the psychos from Miami in his dialogue with the Herald lost all view that he is not acting like a good Christian when blaspheming like that.
He also admits to have sent a message to the head of the Catholic Church regarding the supposed human rights violation in the island.
How did he do it? Carrying out taunting actions, - he says shamelessly - to get the attention of international media.
He clarified, they had to extend their plot to Santiago de Cuba struggling to make themselves noticed before Pope Francis, but that was prevented by the massive "detention of dissident."
Gamez and Candido asked the former president of the National Assembly of Cuba, Ricardo Alarcón why the Pope didn't meet with the dissidents.
This was his answer:
“I believe the Pope is a very busy man to be wasting time with people and unimportant matters."
But Ferrer didn't end there the errand from the Miami far-right of Cuban origin.
He said to believe that, in contrast with his visit to Cuba, the Pope will send a much more criticizing message in the United States, where he will speak in the Capitol and the UN, and he will visit a penitentiary.
In Cuba, said Ferrer, his poor speech must have been due to the fear of an arrogant régime, now in United States his speech will be much more energetic pointing out things he didn't mention in Cuba.
It’s curious that it’s the remains of the far-right of Cuban origin lingering in Miami who admit and foretell an eventual and very interesting comparison between their powerful society and the Cuban society.