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Cuba: A country dying from communism cancer

What led us to what we are, is the lack of memory, the carelessness, the carelessness, the disinterest and the bad habits that we already carry introduced by the communism of Fidel Castro. We live in a country that stupidly aged, that remained stagnant, bogged down, immobile, detained, subjugated for more than 63 years, that does not wash “neither its face nor its feet” because soap is a luxury.

A country that does not progress and lives stuck in a utopia. A society that does not rejuvenate, full of shit, garbage, rubble and heartbreak fills its streets, its cities, its fields and its inhabitants.

A reality that Castro-communism tries to hide while blaming others, read US economic embargo, global inflation or anything “thing” that justifies their lie. What you will never see doing self-criticizes the communists of the great destruction, the misery, the ugliness, the bad smells, the bad tastes, the unpleasantness, the broken windows, the post-revolution ruins, the eternal problem of water, the looks in the “horizon”, darkness, hunger in all its forms, malnutrition and unhealthiness.

Today the ordinary Cuban people only reflect an enormous lack of love for a country that has become a “dying” ghost awaiting the “final judgment” or a vigilante who will save it forever from that damned socialism.

That, unfortunately, is the Cuba that Castroism has left us. A nation suspended in time and space where everything withers and nothing grows. A piece of arid land where hope does not even appear in the spiritual centers and only absurdity proliferates, patriotic parades to reaffirm the lie, mediocrity elevated to state memorandums, lack of productivity, intolerance, false expectations, national lies and a bunch of “men” in heat disputing the last cry of agony of a dry, pitiful country full of miserable cowardice.

Whoever compares the images of our country, before 1959, with those of now, is not able to understand how it was possible for us, in a world where the development of technology, industry, progress and the great Cuban society advanced by leaps and bounds; is today petrified and immersed in an unintelligible tangle of irrational ideologies, petty vested interests, ambitions of dictatorial powers and ancient involutionary doctrines.

When a Cuban sees the images of that destroyed and humiliated Homeland of ours, beyond the pain and sadness he feels, they provoke a kind of “nationalist” shame because saying today that one is Cuban is like accepting that we come from a huge physical pigsty. and spiritual where the cities have turned into smelly villages, the Cuban beings into savages and life into a very rare form of survival where from mouth to outside they shout long live socialism and at night they have no light or food.

The old age of a country is measured by the capacity, or not, that its government has to promote constructive development, the application of new technologies, the infrastructure of services, the constant growth of the economy, the necessary comfort for living, the balance in the supply-demand relationship, diversity, quality and quantity in job offers, respect for the individuality of human beings and, above all, understanding that a society is in constant transformation and development and that freedom, in all your senses, is the basis of everything.

That is why Cuba is today the oldest country in the world. Nothing happens in Cuba that makes us believe that the people will improve their quality of life while the communists and their lackeys are there. The communists guilty of the criminal economic, commercial, thought, freedom, good reasons, prosperity, peace, and harmony internal blockade must leave power now. It is the only way to save that dying Cuba.

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José Martí
José Martí
Nacionalista cubano, poeta, filósofo, ensayista, periodista, traductor, profesor y editor.

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