Quote of the day

Cuban blogger Regina Coyula on the economic situation in Cuba and the “reforms” of the Castro dictatorship:

“The economic situation in Cuba doesn’t look any better than five years ago. Lifting the prohibitions on what should have never been prohibited, like the legal regulations that for now keep people distracted, are in my opinion a way to gain time, and the confirmation of how wrong the managers of this country have been, the same ones that have been wrong time and time again over the last 50 years, but are still there today.”

1 thought on “Quote of the day”

  1. It’s not about right or wrong; that’s totally “bourgeois” and irrelevant. It’s definitely not about what’s best for Cubans; they’re beside the point (except propaganda-wise). It’s about absolute power and keeping it, even though the power is illegitimate and the powerful are not only unworthy but criminal. In other words, it’s a matter of perspective. As Castro, Inc. keeps saying, “Vamos bien” (We’re fine). If you realize they’re only talking about themselves, not ordinary Cubans, you should get the idea.

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