I would like to share with my readers the lack of visibility of those who think differently. From the beginning the victorious revolution and later its institutionalized government was determined to ignore the presence of a more or less important group, more or less visible, which diverged from the official thinking, they tried to free themselves of them in various ways, but in spite of the bleeding which was spread around the world of those who did not agree with the official project, a group refused to leave and has tried to make itself heard amidst the deafening applause that is neither unanimous nor sincere. If even within families that get along well there are differences which they try to resolve in a respectful discussion, Why dismiss those who are just as Cuban as anybody else? Worms, stateless, slag, neo-annexationists, employees of the CIA, are some of the epithets with which they have sought to disqualify the dissidents. If they are in the minority, why so much fear? Why are so many resources devoted to confronting the groupies? As Cuban citizens they are entitled to their own space and to the respect of their ideas. It is not with insults and accusations that they will be made to be silent.