- Jun 8, 2015
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I've already addressed your point, people are still fleeing from cuba/haiti/etc, but the majority are not fleeing from cuba anymore, and you can leave cuba now without fleeing, I've already addressed this.Utter bullshit, you're basing this claim off of the losers of the revolution, yes, their was a revolution by the majority of peasants/workers against the rich/land owning capitalists, these are the ones who fled, and class tensions were so high, many in the middle class fled as well, the only other substantial event I can think of is the mariel boatlift, when castro let Cubans leave due to economic crisis, also, cubans are allowed to leave now, but you do realize many more flee capitalist countries like haiti then cuba, and no one is claiming cuba is a workers paradise, it is a struggling state caring for its people to the best of its ability, while trying to deal with capitalist influence.You're truly desperate now, you can ignore the conditions present during the revolution, the times castro let many leave (mariel boatlift) on their own, the time millions of cubans voted and signed to keep socialism.. But fine, keep saying 'stomping on human face' when you support pinochet. Fuck you and your idiocy.LOL. Which is why the poor suffer in chile, why cuba's life expectancy is higher, why cuba has almost 100% literacy, free healthcare, low infant mortality, in fact, the WHO praises cuba's achievements, and let's not forget cuba before and after the revolution I have a thread on this.
“Wherever there is a jackboot stomping on a human face there will be a well-heeled Western liberal to explain that the face does, after all, enjoy free health care and 100 percent literacy.”
― John Derbyshire
Yes, Cuba is truly a workers paradise.
That's why they keep trying to escape.
Yes, the losers from the 60s explain why people are still fleeing today. Moron.