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Castro’s reforms are a lie

Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet wasted little time upon being released from prison to express the truth about the Castro regime's so-called "reforms": they are a lie. In Dr. Biscet's own words (see video below), the reforms are nothing but cosmetic changes with the intent to deceive the Cuban people.

The summation provided by Dr. Biscet flies in the face of the analysis provided to us by the "Cuba Experts" so often quoted by the news media who tell us that there is real change going on in Cuba. But I have no doubt that these "experts" believe they know more about Cuba than the good doctor himself. Unlike "Cuba Experts" who visit the island as VIP guests of the regime, Biscet has had to live in the bowels of the beast. He has only seen Cuba as a slave, as a prisoner, as a victim of the brutality and vileness of the Castro regime.

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