posted on Nov, 26 2016 @ 01:30 PM
I work with a Mexican guy who goes to Cuba once a year due to his activities with a church. He has told me everything I need to know about Cuba.
In Cuba, there are no car parts because every car part you have to have a tax stamp to purchase the car part. Usually the tax stamp cost more than the
In Cuba, if you choose to grow a vegetable garden, and someone finds out, someone from the government will come and take the vegetables.
In Cuba, healthcare is free. But it is also non-existent unless you are a CP member or a tourist.
In Cuba, the only common people that are wealthy, are drug dealers, prostitutes, pimps, and sometime taxi cab drivers. And then only those that are
allowed to work in "tourist zones".
In Cuba, you have to go to the grocery store every day. Because if you do not, when they run out of food, you will go hungry for that night.
Anyway, this is the world that our media and universities are selling to our young people. A world of "fairness".