Thanks to 65-year-old ‘Revolution,’ 89% of Cuban families suffer extreme poverty

From our Annals of Communism Bureau with some assistance from our Bureau of Socialist Equity and Social Justice

Surprise! After 65 years of rule, the Castro dynasty has achieved the remarkable goal of making Cuba the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, where only 15% of the population is able to have three meals a day without interruption, despite the fact that 24% constantly receive remittances from abroad. How’s that for equity and social justice? See all the shocking details below. Read it and weep.

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Housing construction in Cuba declined by 64% during 2019-2023 as hotel construction increased

Utopian housing units in Cuba

From our Bureau of Socialist Equity and Social Justice with some assistance from our Bureau of Apartheid Construction Statistics

No doubt about it, Castro, Inc. is hell-bent on building new hotels. Meanwhile, despite a rapid shrinkage of housing units due to natural disasters and building collapses, Castro, Inc. has largely ignored the housing needs of the island’s population, building only a mere 6,205 new homes in 2023. And since this figure is provided by Castro, Inc. itself, the real number is probably much, much lower. In related news, another recently released utopian statistic indicates that 42% of Cuban children have been subjected to abusive and violent disciplining by their own parents. Gee, Mildred, I wonder if there is any correlation between these two sets of statistics?

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Cuban dictatorship keeps its own prices uncapped but fines ‘private’ stores $541,742 during first 2 days of price controls

From our Bureau of Socialist Price Control Equity with some assistance from our Bureau of Socialist Social Justice and our Exploits of Ali Baba Bureau

Wow! Over half a million US dollars in fines in just two days! Those 7,000 new inspectors sent out by Castro, Inc. to ensure that “private” businesses were adhering to newly-instituted price controls were very busy during their first two days on the job. Meanwhile, in stores directly owned by Castro, Inc., prices remained sky-high.

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Since the mass protests of July 11, 2021, nearly 2,000 political arrests documented in Cuba

The human rights organization Prisoners Defenders has documented 1,728 arrests for political reasons in communist Cuba since the massive peaceful protests that rocked communist Cuba in July 2021. Three years later, there are more than 1,100 Cubans, including children, still being held as political prisoners by the Castro dictatorship.

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