A fresh morning in Rotterdam. Sweet and bitter emotions because of the obvious stress and pressure announcements. One year and seven days in a Refugee Prison asking for the right to be heard in the United Nations for the violation of my human rights in Cuba.
Self analysis is common when a man spends so much time in prison.
Surveillance complex develops into inhibition. Inhibition turns into fear; fear turns into repression; repression turns into isolation; isolation turns into alienation. Alienation turns into anger. Anger turns into violence:
Instinctive reactions are not always fear or because of fear (Pavlov reflexes theory). Human beings create, or feel, spontaneous nervous system reactions due to suffering: stress, death hopes, and frustration. God, goodness, evil, evil will make me balance. The sacred and the diabolic. Only to come to the realization that the use of power against humanity brought me to a prison cell.
Prisons are for criminals; not for victims of communist-Castrist-persecution. Collateral damages are starting to show up because of the prison system. More signs of the dictator’s modus operandi become more evident and clear.
Every time the globe spins around its axis. The corona-virus-pandemic making itself sluggish to solve my asylum issue.
My family is impatient and worried. My friends are unaware of the truth. My acquaintances on an-eyes-blindfold. The catholic bible is my best friend. Patience my best ally. God my boss. The toll of time will bring the demons to hell and peace to my people and my family.
~ Luis Alberto Alfonso Rodriguez