The documentary Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand up?, by USA intellectual Saul Landau was screened at Sancti Spiritus headquarters of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) as part of the activities in support of the Cuban Five antiterrorist fighters imprisoned in the United States.
The screening coincides with the call made by the International Committee for the freedom of the Cuban Five and the ICAP for supporting the fighters of terrorism cause from April 17th to 21st, and centered in Washington DC.
The activity, witnessed by members of the civil society, Cuban and foreign students and visitors of the institution, was framed in the actions called by the International Committee for the freedom of the Cuban Five and the ICAP for supporting the fighters of terrorism cause from April 17th to 21st, and centered in Washington DC, where important figures at a national and international level tend to converge.
The documentary bases on an idea of Landau through which he set himself to honor the Cuban Five antiterrorist fighters as well as proving Washington policy’s double standard. The 80 minutes film exposes USA’s government dirty war for more than half a century vs. Cuba.
Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand up? explains the reasons of the authorities on the island to send those agents to Miami, the circumstances in which they were caught, and the way their investigation shed light on harmful plans orchestrated in Florida with possible serious consequences for both countries.
The movie provides evidence for Washington’s involvement in anti-Cuban missions, its support, protection and tolerance towards some individuals like Posada Carrriles and deceased Orlando Bosch, both responsible for the destruction of a Cuban plane in Barbados’s waters, killing all the 73 people on board in 1976.