Cuba, Guns and Freedom By Dr Miguel Faria

March 1st, 2012

Friends of the Second Amendment,

How has Fidel Castro, Cuba?s Maximum Leader, been able to remain in power for 42 years? Despite his early popularity with the Cuban people, he disarmed the civilian populace and established a totalitarian state complete with the police state?s usual extensive surveillance and a national ID card. The communist dictator then used old registration lists (licensing) to confiscate firearms and disarm the people.

Following the heinous 9/11 attacks, in the name of fighting terrorism, the concept of “giving up a little liberty for temporary safety” seems to be gaining ground with many U.S. legislators, not to mention media personalities. Invasion of personal privacy in banking, implementation of a national (and even global) ID card, and new schemes for registering firearms are beginning to sound “reasonable” to many Americans who want security at any price. Haven?t we learned anything from history? Cuba provides an excellent example?

In Miguel A. Faria, Jr., M.D.?s new book, Cuba in Revolution—Escape From a Lost Paradise, there are historic parallels and lessons worth studying to prevent our own loss of freedom in America.

Rave reviews for Cuba in Revolution — Escape From a Lost Paradise!

“Dr. Miguel Faria has shown two things that strike me as essential for Americans to understand. One, gun registration was the tool for Castro to disarm the people of Cuba prior to committing genocide. Two, be careful lest we get what we say we want. The people of Cuba wanted to get rid of the dictator Batista. They did, and then got Castro. I hope that Americans will be more careful about who they support for making needed changes in our government.” —Larry Pratt, Executive Director, Gun Owners of America

“Dr. Faria demolishes the wall of myths constructed by the political left to protect its own romantic delusions against the reality of Fidel Castro’s murderous and inhumane regime. There is no excuse for the U.S. to attack distant Afghanistan while tolerating a tyrant 90 miles from its coast.” —Paul Craig Roberts, Nationally-Syndicated Columnist

“Americans need to know more about how the Castro problem started and has remained a festering sore so close to our shore. Dr. Miguel Faria gives us a rare eyewitness look at the personal costs of Castro’s heinous takeover of Cuba.” —Phyllis Schlafly, Eagle Forum

“Dr. Miguel Faria isn’t waiting to dance on Fidel Castro’s grave. In Cuba in Revolution—Escape From a Lost Paradise, he explodes the myths skillfully created by Havana’s propaganda machine over the last half-century…Carefully documented, expertly researched, Dr. Faria offers up the definitive Cuban revolution epitaph.” —Joseph Farah, CEO,

“Cuba in Revolution—Escape From a Lost Paradise is the key to understanding Cuba: From the rise of Castro to the Cuba we hope to see after Castro’s fall…Get this book.” —Christopher Ruddy, President and CEO, NewsMax Media, Inc.

“A shocking, firsthand look into the soul of Cuba’s infamous dictator, Fidel Castro, what influenced him, and how he and his brother Raul’s 26th of July movement, with its egalitarian ideals, took control of an embattled island and its unsuspecting people…Since that 1953 ‘sacred date of communist Cuba,’ Dr. Miguel Faria charts in black-and-white Castro’s bloody reign of terror, during which half-a-million political prisoners were forced into his inhumane jails-untold thousands never came out.” —John McCaslin, Syndicated Columnist, The Washington Times, Chicago Tribune Media Services

Cuba in Revolution-Escape From a Lost Paradise is $26.95 (add $3 shipping and handling). Written in English, this hardcover, 450-page book contains illustrations, appendices, a selected bibliography, and an extensive index. You can click here to order directly from our website at or you can call toll free 1-800-757-9873 to order. You can also use our mailing address: P.O. Box 13648, Macon, GA 31208-3648. And, be sure to let us know if you want your book autographed by the author!

(To check out Dr. Faria’s articles on Cuba, check out [see Castro/Cuba] and

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