Cuban comedian Rigoberto Ferreira gives tips on how to be happy in Cuba without mincing words. Judging by the situation on the island, mainly due to the negligence of the communist government, the actor’s living material could be called “honey”.
“Painted” is the only way the comedian believed the West Indies could resist the hardships it is going through.
“If you want to be happy here in Cuba, you have to walk like bread, faint,” said the artist in his post, which soon became filled with smiley faces amid a sad reality. “One laughs, but that’s unfortunate, boy,” commented one of his followers.
Ferreira, through humor, has become a voice followed by the Cuban community inside and outside the country, as she denounces the problems people live with on a daily basis.
Some of the most recurring posts found on the comedian’s page are about the garbage dump in Havana, a place forgotten by the communist state, regardless of the high levels of unhygienic conditions.
A few days ago, the actor shared pictures of the Isla de Cuba hotel and the “Gervasio and San Rafael garbage dump” where a man was painstakingly taking things out of the garbage.
Similarly, in a scathing critique, ironically, in Centro Habana, next to another destroyed site and with a dump on the corner, the humorist wrote: “Minsap is ‘working’.” The most surreal thing about the scene was that the dimly lit building already had a faint sign on the wall that read: “Cleanliness is health.”
Without a doubt, one of Rigoberto’s strongest denunciations against the regime was when he, without taking names, spewed out some words that went directly to Miguel Diaz-Canel, the President-designate of Cuba.
After the dictator showed displeasure over claims made last year about the power situation and other issues in some areas of the country, the comedian conceded: “A government that is not angered by suffering, but is opposed, does not deserve Is governance.”
Rigo’s analysis went straight to the president, who dismissed the peaceful protests as, “referring to the attitude of a group of people who, regardless of their effects, claim to be from a position of total incompetence, challenging, degrading. “