On March 11, 2018, over 7 million Cubans went to the polls to elect a new National Assembly of People's Power. The election of the National Assembly is one step in the process which will culminate in mid-April with the vote by the National Assembly for the country’s new State Council, and soon after, they will elect Cuba’s new President. Two distinguished Cubans embarked on a tour of nine Canadian cities in late march and early April of 2018 to help break down the mechanics of the Cuban democratic system and address related questions from audiences nationwide. This event was organized by the Canadian Network on Cuba and various partner organizations across Canada.
JUAN CARLOS RODRÍGUEZ DÍAZ is a Member of Cuba’s National Assembly of People's Power, a Historian of the City of Pinar del Rio and Professor at the Hermanos Saíz Montes de Oca University. His translator is YAMIL MARTÍNEZ MARRERO, Director of the Canada Desk of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples.
Michael Welch of Global Research TV had a chance to interview the visiting dignitaries during the Winnipeg leg of the tour. The video was recorded and prepared by Winnipeg-based community videographer Paul S. Graham.
Well they're way poorer than the United States, yet have a much faster growing economy and much more sustainable economy with universal healthcare and half the death rate from malnutrition and longer life expectancies. They are doing better than the US in a lot of areas, and they probably wouldn't be as poor if the US would stop sanctioning them.
Doesn't sound like they have learned much. They still talk and apparently think in socialist language. They fixate too much on the US government. The American government isn't their problem, their problem is their own failure to understand that socialism can not work and has never worked any where on Earth. The US govt is a distraction.
First of all, sanctioning them horribly and sabatoging foreign trade and then saying "socialism doesn't work" is just dishonest. But despite that, Cuba is still doing surprisingly well. They have a much faster growing economy than the US, higher living conditions (HDI) than capitalist Mexico and higher living conditions and GDP than capitalist Albania (member of the European Union), the most sustainable economy in the world (measured by WWF) with universal healthcare (45,000 Americans die every year due to lack of healthcare) and half the death rate from malnutrition than the United States, as well as a longer life expectancy than the United States. They are doing much better than many capitalist countries yet are under intense sanctions. And you still want to insist to me that the problem is "socialism"? The problem is clearly nothing more than intense sanctions and the US's refusal to trade with them out of intense fear of the socialist revolution catching on in their own country if Cuba does well. This is how the US always works. They sabotage and destroy socialist countries and then use that as propaganda that socialism doesn't work. They are pulling the same crap in Venezuela right now.
Many of the Marxist Revolutions in South America were Aided / Caused by the 500 year old JESUIT ORDER.
Castro's Revolution in Cuba was No Exception and Castro was Jesuit Educated too, as was for example Joseph Stalin.
Research the Jesuits and you will See they are the Cause of Many Marxist Revolutions around the World, the Jesuits have been Kicked out of over 70 Countries in the 18th and 19th Century for their Subversive Actions, they didnt teach you that in School Now Did They ? . The LUCIFERIAN Secret Societies are Also Planning a Global Marxist System under the U.N.( the NWO ), as a " Solution " to the ( Manufactured ) CHAOS. The Bible Predicts this System as the Worldwide ANTICHRIST System. Get Born Again because the Deceptions and the Chaos will Only Grow Worse, God bless.
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