Cuba: Glorious Future?

Both Child of the Revolution and Ninety miles away…in another country take issue with a series of articles in the Christian Science Monitor speculating about Cuba's economic future: “It is particularly galling that the resourcefulness they all laud as the sign of a changing Cuba is a harsh expedient forced on a captive population – desperate to eke out a living any way they can – by the system under which they live.”

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  • Cuba has plenty of problems, not all of which can be attributed to Washington’s blockade of the island. That being said, if things are so bad there, why are these exiles so afraid of what people from the United States would see if they were free to go there.

    Child of the Revolution probably hasn’t been to Cuba since he was a literal child. He lives in Australia and is free to go there. He he doesn’t want to go, that’s his business.

    But how can people in the United States talk about bring freedom to the Cuban people if we, ourselves, are not free to actually go there?

    Thanks for having some discussion about these issues.

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