Slide show of the Day: Apartheid food fest for tourists in Cuba

From our Bureau of Socialist Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice

This is the real payoff of 64 years of Castronoid Marxism: No food for Cubans, but plenty of it available at apartheid resorts for foreigners. One can argue that those who have benefited the most from the so-called Revolution are tourists. Oh, and the oligarchs of the military junta too, of course.

Happy New Year. On this dark day –the 64th anniversary of the destruction of Cuba and the enslavement of the Cuban people — these images could make a grown man cry. Or seethe with uncontrollable rage. .

See for yourself what equity and social justice really mean in Castrogonia. . .

3 thoughts on “Slide show of the Day: Apartheid food fest for tourists in Cuba”

  1. You seem to be forgetting the great revolutionary accomplishments that justify and compensate for any and all problems in Cuba, such as lack of readily available basic food items. I refer, of course to “free” health care (when available and third-world quality) and education (heavily laced with political indoctrination from Day 1, regardless of what parents may or may not want for their children). Case closed.

  2. Pre-Castro Cuba supplied ALL its domestic consumption of beef, pork, chicken, fish and seafood, milk, tropical fruits, vegetables, eggs, coffee, tobacco and sugar with domestic production. In other words, there was ZERO problem with food availability and ZERO dependence on foreign imports. Obviously, the situation now was not just unheard of but INCONCEIVABLE. Gracias, Fidel (and assorted enablers).

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