Manuel Martinez, Fled Cuba. DESTROYS Oregon Lawmaker’s Gun Control Attempt

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At a public hearing on proposed gun control legislation, Manuel Martinez, a man who escaped Cuba in 1962 after opposing Fidel Castro and being imprisoned for it, blasts Oregon gun control lawmakers in an impassioned speech that only someone that has lived through communism and Marxism, only someone that watched innocent men, women and children murdered by their own government, only someone that fought against his whole country being enslaved by a dictator, can give.

“They come here in those dog and pony show and cry that their going to protect people. You’re going to protect nobody! I want to know what is behind it? Do you know what is behind the problem we have in this country with it’s Marxism,” Martinez said.

He continues, saying “Marxism is not coming, Marxism is here! Marxism has been in this country for quite a while now. And the politicians allow that because they are ignorant or they’re part of the plot!”

“Don’t sell me this. A very powerful man tried to sell me this 50-something years ago, I didn’t buy it, do you think I am going to buy it now after pushing 80 years?” Martinez said. “This is Marxism, plain and clear.”

“They put this dog and pony show saying hey, we are going to protect you. No, what they did was enslave a country,” Martinez said. “They destroyed a country the same way that this country is going to be destroyed if we continue in this fashion. This is what you’re selling here!” Martinez said, holding up old communist magazines from Cuba and stating “This is what you selling here!! You are not selling protection! You don’t care about if we die or live! THIS IS WHAT YOU’RE SELLING!!!

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3 thoughts on “Manuel Martinez, Fled Cuba. DESTROYS Oregon Lawmaker’s Gun Control Attempt

  1. Excellent and impassioned and very accurate point of view. Another I just read is the story of an émigré from the Soviet Union who described what it was like growing up in the Soviet Union, and the incredible shock of walking into an American supermarket — the result of capitalism and a free country. See

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