Easy to explain

Every day, there are so many reminders of the hell Cuba is today.
No water in a Havana neighborhood.
Police using a bulldozer to knock down a church in Santiago de Cuba.
An anti-government activist violently grabbed off a Havana street, and locked away in a jail cell for 12 hours, with no explantion.
Of course, there is an explanation for all of it, and so much more.
Cuba is a tropical hell, absent of freedom, and all the lesser qualities — like reliable running water — that make a civilized life. It’s no accident, it’s exactly how the dictators want it, and since they have no compassion for the people, they come down hard on anyone, like a youth activist or church pastor, who calls them on their failures.
There is an explanation for all of it.