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“But we do business with CHINA!?….So why not Cu…”

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"Ain't I brilliant!"

In brief: record tourism=record repression. In brief: Every shred of observable evidence proves that travel to Cuba and business with its Stalinist mafia enriches and entrenches these KGB-trained and heavily-armed owners of Cuba’s tourism industry. Thus they remain the most highly motivated guardians of Cuba’s Stalinist and Terror-Sponsoring status-quo.

Please note: there is no “doing business with Cuba.” There is only doing business with the KGB- and GRU-trained Stalinist fat-cats who occupy Cuba. Castro’s Stalinist fiefdom allows no genuine private sector, as exists in China, however despicable that regime. The Cuban “constitution” outlaws all private property.

So kindly stifle the reflexive and asinine: “But we do business with China! Why not Cuba?!” The comparison isn’t even an apples to oranges. It’s grapes to pumpkins.

Our friends at Frontpage Magazine help disseminate items little understood outside the diminutive Cuban-American informational ghetto.

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