Comments for Cuba Corrupción http://cubacorrupcion.impela.net Corrupción - Cuba - Corruption Sat, 13 Sep 2014 08:35:14 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 Comment on U.S. says the number of visas issued in Havana increased significantly by Johna395 http://cubacorrupcion.impela.net/2013/06/u-s-says-the-number-of-visas-issued-in-havana-increased-significantly/#comment-2342 Sat, 13 Sep 2014 08:35:14 +0000 http://www.cubaverdad.net/weblog/?p=78853#comment-2342 Ultimately, a dilemma that I’m passionate about. I have looked for data of this caliber for the previous various hours. Your internet site is greatly appreciated. ggdekgcgfged

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Comment on Fuga perpetua by Elpidio Torres http://cubacorrupcion.impela.net/2013/06/fuga-perpetua/#comment-1489 Thu, 20 Jun 2013 17:13:04 +0000 http://www.cubaverdad.net/weblog/?p=78406#comment-1489 Entre la profusa verborrea del artículo, es posible intuir una densa mezcla de desilusión, pesimismo y mala fe, condimentada con algo de ignorancia histórica. Para los que amamos ESTO, hay cosas bien dolorosas: el destino de algunos de nuestros grandes atletas, las derrotas deportivas en escenarios internacionales, los abandonos de los equipos. Es duro, sí. Pero la historia del deporte cubano es mucho más que las anécdotas tristes de sus desertores, como la historia del Cristianismo es más que la historia de Judas y de Pilatos (salvando las distancias).
El deporte aficionado no es una estratagema política, es un anhelo; si se quiere, una utopía. Como tantas ideas “utópicas” ha debido enfrentarse a la filosofía del mercado, que afin de cuentas es el ley motiv de “las fugas”. En nuestro mundo el deporte es una mercancía y entender como “fugas” la salida de atletas cubanos hacia los grandes clubes, pareciera un chiste cuando se sabe que un atleta de alto rendimiento es comprado con cifras impronunciables ¿De qué estamos hablando?

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Comment on Good deal gone bad: two British investors jailed without charge in Havana by gustavo chacon http://cubacorrupcion.impela.net/2012/06/good-deal-gone-bad-two-british-investors-jailed-without-charge-in-havana/#comment-347 Tue, 19 Jun 2012 19:27:18 +0000 http://www.cubaverdad.net/weblog/2012/06/good-deal-gone-bad-two-british-investors-jailed-without-charge-in-havana/#comment-347 THIS PROPERTY IN CUBA IS OWN BY NOW AMERICAN CITIZENS IN THE USA, THE TOWN IS NOT A FISHING VILLAGE AS SAID BUT A VACATION AND SUMMER HOUSES AND SEVERAL HOTELS FOR WEEKEND AND HOLIDAYS. MUST OF THIS PROPERTY IS OWNED BY GUANABO S.A. AND COMPANIA FOMENTO DE GUANABO S.A. AND AQUIFER ALSO SUPPLY WATER FOR THE TOWN .WILL YOU BUY SOMEONES ELSE PROPERTY??????? WHAT IF CASTRO DIED TOMORROW . CHAIRS OF THIS CORP. ARE IN MIAMI, WILL IT BE LIKE IN GERMANY AFTER THE WALL WENT DOWN

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Comment on Ruins after revolution by sandra http://cubacorrupcion.impela.net/2006/09/ruins-after-revolution/#comment-304 Wed, 04 Apr 2012 15:28:06 +0000 http://cubaverdad.impela.net/?p=7421#comment-304 i agree, Cuba is in bad shape. Having visited the island. Not only Habana but the small villages and towns unbeknownst to tourists from Canada, USA, Latin America, Asia and all of Europe. The facts are not hard to reveal. There is poverty in Cuba but not the type of poverty Americans think when visualizing poverty. No, economic poverty is plentiful in Cuba but not mental poverty. The people of Cuba are well educated as much as or better than most other Latin American countries or the US which has one of the worst education in the world. So, yes there is a lack of resources in Habana but that may not be true in other parts of Cuba. The smaller towns and villages do better economically than big cities like Habana.

It is easy to dismiss a former cold war enemy other wise one has to acknowledge their humanity and that is not the way of war.
the cold war is over but most older Cuban leaders in Florida are dogmatic about defeating Fidel Castro or Raul Castro.
The Cuban elite in Miami move without impunity in Florida and that is because they support the Republican Party.
So the embargo still exists and strains the Cuban people not the Government. Cuban extremists in Miami state that this is to make the Cuban people in Cuba wake up and rebel against the Government. the truth of the matter is that Cubans are aware that the US embargo does not help. They are not brain washed assuming the Yanqui’s are evil or any other propaganda. You cannot have really strong education in a country and assume the people are brain washed either. That is why the US has such bad education but great spending by its people.

About the Black Panther you are speaking of. Raymond Johnson eventually left Cuba with his wife and child in 1986. He was arrested at Miami International Airport upon arriving and was given a 20 year sentence for highjacking a plane in 1968.
An extreme sentence given all the reports by US government and mainstream news about living conditions in Cuba.

What many people in the US do not understand about Cuba is the same thing they accept about the evolution or the infancy of any revolution. Things are less clear and more rigid during any revolutionary infancy. America was still under militia rule after its independence from England. There was mass uprisings within its own militias. Many militia men did not ever get compensated for their time on the field. Money earned was considered worthless because it had been earned during the time of the revolution. So there was much confusion in the Americas. This is partly why it is constitutional to bare arms under the direction of a militia.
Cuba on the other hand went though its 15 year infancy from 1969-1975. Cubans had it hard but then so did hijackers because they were in a new country not just a new place but a revolutionary country. It had no room for alternatives because it was going through a transformation just like the US did during its infancy period and after any world war.

Perspective is necessary to make accurate conclusions.

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