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Cubans can no longer enjoy the summer

Summer began in Cuba in July. This is a time of year when, around the world, most families try to take a break from school or work activities to enjoy rivers and beaches, travel to visit relatives in other places, and in some cases, When your finances allow, go sightseeing.

This year the summer the crisis of the economic system, provoked by the Cuban dictatorship, has left the majority of the Cuban people without options to enjoy the summer.

Cubans spend the day trying to get basic food. The scarcity of food reaches such a point that it is impossible to find sugar, oil or coffee. Those on the island live day to day trying to see what they will cook. Many will not even notice that they are in summer if it were not for the unbearable heat accompanied by the apgans who do live these days.

On the other hand, the inefficiency of the system in planning a school year has caused that these days children are still in school. As everyone says a country of madmen. Not even children can have a quiet summer anymore.

If the economic issue is analyzed, the vast majority of Cubans cannot afford the summer offers designed for tourists. Everything is sold in dollars. This is only within the reach of a few who receive remittances from those Cubans in exile. Lately, these Cubans who send money to the island have been questioned and accused of being sponsors of the dictatorship. Although remittances have decreased in recent months, some Cubans continue to send money to finance the regime and support dependent and vagrant relatives.

Summer offers range from hotels, swimming pools, camping sites and excursions. All these in impossible dollars for students, workers and retirees.

When you talk to any Cuban, they answer, What fun is there here? Where can you go with how expensive it is and the state of things? What chance does a young man have of getting what he needs and going somewhere to have a little fun as a student? or working for the state, even though he is a professional? Absolutely none. Young people are not stupid. This country is only good for those in the Castro leadership, who have everything at their feet. the town is screwed, and their lives just pass them by.

In Cuba there is no fun or life of any kind. There is no future at any time of the year. They all go into exile fleeing from the dictatorship.

To make matters worse, government officials make fun of the people,
On July 3, puppet Miguel Díaz-Canel urged Cubans through Twitter to “seek and find the charms of this intense heat.” Many took his words as a bad joke. It is difficult for the average Cuban to understand his ruler when he does not have electricity, transportation, food or enough money to pay the sky-high prices generated by the dictatorship.

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

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