Friday, June 16, 2006

Yale's gift to the Cuban regime

The castroit regurgitator Prensa Latina reports that Yale Universtiy has donated tons of unpublished photos and film documentaries to the Cuban regime. It has been deemed to be of "incalculable value" by Cuban regime officials. The gift must be filled with communist progaganda, or incriminating evidence. Since it is coming from an American institution of higher learning, I believe the former.

Yale Donates Films to Cuba

Havana, Jun 16 (Prensa Latina) The US University of Yale has donated to Cuba a collection of unpublished documentary films shot on the island between 1964 and 1969 and several movies filmed from 1957 to 1959.

These historic documents, work by US filmmaker David Stone, were delivered Thursday to the History Institute in Cuba, Granma newspaper reported Friday.

Together with the 62 digital films, another 5,000 photos, most of them unpublished, were also donated.

These snapshots were taken by journalist Andrew St George and they include the time since the triumph of the Cuban Revolution January 1, 1959 to the nationalization of US companies in 1961.

The quality of those films, information, interviews and photos has incalculable value for this country's history, said IHC president Raul Izquierdo.

These historic testimonies, stated Izquierdo, will enrich the Institute and Cuba's documentary heritage, as well as foster ties of exchange and solidarity between experts from both countries.

1 comment:

Alfredo said...

yeah I wonder what selective historical films were donated? We all know it is commie propaganda crap!