Fidel Castro is dead


#61

No gang killings in Cuba? No. Unless you consider the government troops a gang. . . .


#62

pretty obvious to me if you are against/not friendly with the USA you are poor…


#63

[QUOTE=cmakin;193527]No gang killings in Cuba? No. Unless you consider the government troops a gang. . . .[/QUOTE]

I assume this is reasonably accurate and only slightly slanted information re; crime and other dangers to Americans visiting Cuba, legally or illegally: https://www.osac.gov/pages/ContentReportDetails.aspx?cid=19184

Even Amnesty International USA doesn’t report any killings by Cuban police, military or other government agencies, but several here seams to know of such actions: http://www.amnestyusa.org/news/press-releases/fidel-castro-s-human-rights-legacy-a-tale-of-two-worlds

Maybe the facts doesn’t fit popular belief and anti-Castro propaganda sites? Time to accept that Cuba will not be an American vassal ever again?

What is most worrying is that Cuba will throw open the doors to mass tourism from USA and turned into a vulgar playground for loudmouthed Americans seeking sun, sand and sin in the winter.


#64

One can only hope!!


#65

Nothing changes. Could you imagine the outcry if this kind of thing happened in the US. . . or, dare I say, Norway?


#66

[QUOTE=cmakin;193578]Nothing changes. Could you imagine the outcry if this kind of thing happened in the US. . . or, dare I say, Norway?

http://en.mercopress.com/2016/12/19/cuban-dissidents-still-under-raul-castro-s-iron-fist-despite-alleged-openness[/QUOTE]

Ohh horror!! An American activist was jailed for a day for meddle in Cuban internal affairs and was told to go home.

BTW we cannot have foreigners meddling in US affairs, like hacking into e-mail accounts, or interfering in elections.
We demand monopoly on such activities.


#67

Then the Castro era in Cuba is over, but will the Cuban now bow down to American pressure and become a vassal state again??:


#68

A picture tour of Cuba by BBC, without any political agenda or biases: