Cubans Protest Communist Regime

I have mixed views on the Cuban protests:

1.) First, the Cubans who I personally know despise the communist regime. It is their country, not mine. I’m inclined to agree with their sentiments. After all, they are far more familiar with life under communism.

2.) Second, I believe the Cubans and Haitians should govern themselves. It is their business, not ours. I would prefer to stay out of it. I’m opposed to imperialism.

3.) Third, Joe Biden is backing the protests and the CIA is undoubtedly trying to stir up discontent within Cuba and has been squeezing the country and pushing for regime change for decades. See also Venezuela.

I have warm feelings toward Cubans.

I don’t believe we should meddle in their country. I would like to believe there is a middle ground between what Cuba is today under communism and what it could easily become like Florida or the Bahamas or the other Caribbean tourist traps and tax havens in the region which service global capitalism.

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  1. Castro had an army of 17. Take a look at the old news reels of the victorious Castro entering Havana, two jeeps full of men and nothing more. These people who hate Castro and communism didn’t have the balls to fight and chose to run. Now they want us to fight their battles, when it is none of our business.

  2. Translation: the USA is instigating riots in a country that Wall Street doesn’t fully control, as usual.

    Cuban immigrant hate the Cuban government because Cuban immigrants are subhuman trash. They’re the Cuban version of America’s DILEs. Traitorous middle to upper middle class strivers who justifiably got dispossessed and booted from the country. If we ended up taking over America, took all the wealth from DILEs, and they fled to Canada or whatever, they would spend their lives agitating for war against us like Cuban immigrants do in the USA now.

  3. Re: “the Cubans who I personally know”:

    Undoubtedly they are descendants of the wealthy former landowners, casino owners, and other capitalist-minded people, bourgeois and elites, and criminals, who fled to the U.S. because they thought they could do better here. Cuban immigrants have been coddled by the U.S. and worked up into a propaganda force for imperialism against their own homeland! Now they are demanding that the U.S. send military forces to Cuba to support the protesters and overthrow the government.

    Re: “I would like to believe there is a middle ground between what Cuba is today under communism and what it could easily become like Florida or the Bahamas or the other Caribbean tourist traps and tax havens in the region which service global capitalism”:

    Cuba’s biggest problem is that it already HAS become a middle ground, mixed economy, wavering between true sccialism and capitalism, the destroyer of socialism. “Market reforms” and rapprochement with the U.S. have confused or corrupted many of the people, infecting them with desire to make money and have more than their neighbors. This is how Khruschev’s, and especially Gorbachev’s, market reformism and rapproachement with the U.S. weakened Russia, nearly destroying Russian socialism to this very day.

    Russia, Mexico (under MORENA) and Nicaragua and Bolivia are condemning U.S. interference in Cuba: https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/Russia-Nicaragua-Bolivia-Reject-Destabilization-in-Cuba-20210712-0006.html

  4. Venezuela has a nationalized central bank making it the only free democracy in the western hemisphere.

  5. “I have warm feelings towards Cubans” – Cubans have turned Southern FL into a violent 3rd World hellhole in the last 50 years. Sometimes I have doubts about the sincerity of HW’s claims of being a White Nationalist. There can be no compromise – you either support Whites and no other races or you don’t.

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