$&%&#(#(!

Argh!

There has been much speculation about what will happen to Cuba after Castro dies.
Some believe that it could and should open its doors to American-style democracy and “freedom.” For the sake of the Cubans, I hope that doesn’t happen.

What if that’s what Cubans want? Asshole!

7 thoughts on “$&%&#(#(!”

  1. I guess there’s a reason why half of Wales left Wales and came to the United States. Let the remaining Welch live inside their socialist dreams. We, in the meantime, will be moving on.

  2. This drivel has ruined my otherwise spectacular Saturday morning.
    “As I smoked my Montecristo cigar …I wondered if my view of Cuba was rose-tinted because I was on holiday and it was all so new and different”
    Ya think? What a condescending, repugnant twit of a bastard. Part of the culture that takes over a month off each year “on holiday” at taxpayers’ expense and roll over under the dysfunctional public health care system, while they watch their society slowly devoured by an unsustainable invasion of Islamic hordes. They deserve each other.
    Our cousins across the pond remain intoxicated by a 50-year continuous dosage of leftist kool-aid.

  3. Remember, to them we are “third-world people” and conventional leftist wisdom [which some would rightly call racist] would have it that democracy and capitalism are only for whites and westerners which they don’t view us as.
    To them we are like Uncle Remus in “Song of the South” happy-go-lucky singing slaves. Our aspirations can be reduced to dancing and smoking cigars. Not to lofty European notions of freedom. That notion is solely the realm of Brits and other European, because only they can think on that abstract level. Our interests are base and momentary. Put on some nice “salsa” music and give us a cigar and we’re happy [in their mind].

  4. Keep in mind the UK has lost all identity and Brits are moving out at an alarming rate…and in the mean time Islamanazis are pouring in and setting up sharia law.

  5. Those damned “freedom-loving Capitalists in nearby America”. They love freedom?! Qué barbaridad! And of course Fidel Castro is described as “eccentric”.
    A european writer lays on a beach in Cuba and has a good time. Somehow this gives him insight into the daily lives and personal hopes and dreams of the Cuban people.
    And EVERY portrait of Cuba is always projected against their negative feelings toward the United States. If anyone can write one article about Cuba without taking a shot at the U.S. I would be shocked.

  6. There has been much speculation about what will happen to Cuba after Castro dies.
    Some believe that it could and should open its doors to American-style democracy and “freedom.� For the sake of the Cubans, I hope that doesn’t happen.

    I wonder if the author realizes that Pinochet had a superior record to Fidel in reducing Infant Mortality. Compared to Fidel, Pinochet’s Chile reached IM below 20/1000 twice as fast as Fidel’s Cuba with half the MDs per population that Cuba had. Perhaps in 1988 the author would have written a similar article about the Chileans.

  7. “on their honeymoons when they are allowed to stay in a room free of charge for three nights”
    This is false, nothing is free in Cuba, honeymooners, I believe, are given “the right” to stay on a hotel, but they have to pay for it. And no, it’s not a posh hotel by any stretch.
    I wonder how these journalists could be so irresponsible. I have read on other articles, that housing is free in Cuba and a lot of other things that are flat lies.

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