The Castro regime has no issue with beating, imprisoning, or even murdering its opponents. The Castro regime also has no issue with enslaving an entire nation, selling its people to the highest bidder. In addition, the Castro regime has shown it has no problem harboring, training, and funding terrorists and terrorist organizations.
Therefore, it should not come as any surprise that the Castro regime has no issue with using children as propaganda tools:
The Cuban children’s theater company La Colmenita will perform one of its own creations, called “Abracadabra,” at Fort Mason on Friday and Saturday.
“Abracadabra,” directed by Carlos Alberto Cremata, was co-written with the children. The story is inspired by the Cuban 5, who have been jailed in the United States for many years on charges including conspiracy and being unregistered foreign agents, but are considered heroes in Cuba. Supporters say the men were gathering information in the United States to prevent Cuban exile groups from attacking Cuba. One of the Cuban 5, Rene Gonzalez, was released from prison this month.
“The children grew up seeing them on billboards,” said Alicia Jrapko, a member of the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5, who worked to organize the theater group’s U.S. tour after seeing the children perform in Cuba.
Of course, we all remember when we were six or eight years old and all we worried about was politics and our nation’s foreign policy.