A Caricature Blockade (illustrations)
Since it is inexplicable from the logical point of view, the US blockade is better described with cartoons than with words
Certain situations are so absurd that border on caricature. One of such situations is the blockade imposed on the Cuban people by the United States since 1962, a set of laws, decrees and resolutions intended to suffocate this island infatuated in building socialism.
That is why the blockade and its survival as an ancient fossil were taken as a pretext by Cuban illustrator and caricaturist Osvaldo Gutiérrez (Osval), to expose not only the failure of that policy in the international arena, but also the most recent manifestations of hostility from the United States against the Caribbean nation.
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