Castro’s successor will take office at a time when U.S.-Cuba relations frosty

One communist piece of scum steps down and another one is there to take his place. Since January 1, 1959, Cuba has been governed by two people. First it was Fidel Castro, then his gay brother Raul Castro. That’s it, two people, two brothers in almost 60 years!

This is important to keep in mind, because what it means is that for over two generations the Cuban people only know the oppressive communist system they’ve grown up in. A system that is completely broken, just like the Cuban people and their society at large. 

For the most part, Cubans don’t work. They steal what they can from the government and then barter with their neighbors to get by, and that’s all they do, get by. The only ones who have good food and a half-way decent home on the island are members of the communist party. The rest of the people are f*cked. 

Anyway, the bottom line here is that any effort on the part of the Cuban government to fix relations with the U.S. is strictly for material gains; to have more and more American dollars pour into a political system/economy that is as rotten as Fidel Castro’s corpse. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: The Miami Herald

Cuba's President Raúl Castro, left, gestures as he stand with First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel during the 7th Cuban Communist Party Congress in Havana on April 16, 2016. Díaz-Canel is expected to succeed Castro as president.

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