Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Cuban Tourism and Civil War

Cuban Tourism and Civil War

For those of you who have ventured to Cuba to enjoy a relaxing vacation complete with your own 50 cent per day Cuban slaves - you may want to alter your travel plans. Cubans expect change once it is officially announced that Fidel is dead. Perhaps the regime will change. But it is more likely they will attempt another rhetoric laced propaganda offensive to scare the Cuban people into giving them more time to make things better. This will no longer work. Too many Cuban mothers are tired of hearing their babies cry for lack of food. Too many Cuban men are tired of prostituting their women to put food on the table because the regime outlaws all other forms of commerce that we take for granted. So let this be a warning to you vacationers to Cuba. You may be sipping your Mohito in the middle of a civil war this season. Bon voyage!

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha, keep dreaming!!

I am very anti-castro, but can't believe the s*t you guys (who have NEVER been to Cuba) write. So naive and obvious you don't really know the cuba people

hell, can you even speak spanish? why do you speak to the cuban people in English?

Down with Fidel! Down with the ignorant red-neck exiles (too)!

1:42 PM  
Blogger Tomás Estrada-Palma said...

Sure I'm a dreamer and you're a moron too cowardly to identify yourself. So I assume you are with Cuban intelligence. Pardon the oxymoron. Tomorrow maybe I'll wake to have my dream. But certainly you will still be a moron.

3:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And another thing stupida. I talk to the Cuban people in English because I feel like it! They understand me because they are intelligent and they have been given computer access by the idiot Castro brothers. Thank the Castro boys for being so stupid as to leave that back door information stream wide open. Keep jamming Marti - we don't need it.

10:13 PM  

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