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Stalinist Cuba’s Crackerjack “Education!”

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"There's Fidel! He looks very happy! Viva Fidel!" (Pages from schoolbook for grammar schoolers in Stalinist Cuba)

"Study in Cuba is today a fairly inexpensive alternative for many Caribbean, Latin American and some minority students from the U.S. President Obama's decision to allow short-term non-credit related educational visits would enhance the ability of ordinary Americans to learn about Cuban culture."

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The above "expertise" from Arturo ("Artie Levy to you!") Lopez-Callejas (Raul Castro's nephew-in-law) hailing U.S.-Cuba educational tours, as stipulated by his role as the Castro family's Director of U.S. Media Relations.

H/T our California friend Gustavo Rex.

Absolutely Un-'Freakin-Real

2 comments to Stalinist Cuba’s Crackerjack “Education!”

  • CountNomis

    Where can I get a copy of the children's book? It's great to show others the indoctrination that goes on in Cuban schools.

  • antonio2009

    This guy has been a Ph.D. candidate longer than anyone I know. Apologizing for the dictatorship takes time away from your studies. That's why it took Marifeli Perez-Stable 23 years after getting her Ph.D. before publishing her first book.