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“People to people ” U.S.-Cuba trips in a nutshell:

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"A four-day trip to Havana for two costs nearly $5,000, not including airfare...."I'm glad to go home and allay all of those horrible rumors that (we) Americans have heard (about Cuba) for so long," said Sonya Shockey, a high school world history teacher....

Would it be possible to imagine a bigger racket? Americans pay about TEN TIMES what a Canadian tourist pays. And Canadians, whatever else my be said of them, at least, don't go back home as propaganda auxiliaries of the regime.

On this side of Alice's Looking Glass a propagandist (public relations firm, advertizing agency, etc.) invoices the beneficiary of the propaganda. In Alice in Castroland the PR agency itself pays out-da-wazoo itself for the privilege of working as a propagandist!!!...

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"Barnum--YOU CHUMP!!!! Too bad you didn't live to see the GENUINE Biggest Show (scam) on Earth!"

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