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Tourists aghast that Wi-Fi unavailable in their Cuban Hotel rooms under Cuba’s “Reformer-President” Castro

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"Is Wi-Fi available in our rooms?" We thought it was a reasonable question since wireless Internet access is common in resorts and hotels worldwide.

The manager laughed and replied, "Sorry. The government doesn't allow it. Local residents might pick up the signal."

Such is life at resorts in Cuba.....

...Now back when Cuba was "under the bootheel of a BRUTAL DICTATOR!!!" (back in that dark time!--the grandparents of the Cubans who consider it an HONOR and a PRIVILEGE to cravenly scurry to tourists' every whim, from abjectly apologizing for the absence of Wi-Fi to arranging child prostitutes of every color and gender--the grandparents of these same Cubans enjoyed the use of more sophisticated communications systems than the grandparents of most of Cuba's current TOURISTS!!!

But REMEMBER!!!--"Nationalist" Castro "ended Cubans' shameful subservience and humiliation to foreigners!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

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