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Now begins the real Cuban Revolution:

Cuba has announced radical plans to lay off huge numbers of state employees, to help revive the communist country’s struggling economy.

The Cuban labour federation said more than a million workers would lose their jobs – half of them by March next year.

And get this, the country has only 5.1 million employees to begin with. If Cameron had the balls and good sense to follow likewise, he’d shut down government tomorrow!

President Raul Castro outlined some of the changes in a speech in August, saying the state’s role in the economy had to be reduced.

“We have to end forever the notion that Cuba is the only country in the world where you can live without working,” he said.

Clearly he’s never been to Britain. There’s a particular joy in all this, that yet another country which has been brought so low has (finally) no option but to throw off the evil ideology which has always and everywhere led to misery, pain and despair.

I wish the Cuban people well and sincerely hope they one day bring to justice the criminals who robbed their lives and imprisoned an entire nation.

Talk about pulling the rug out from under the Brothers at the TUC Conference. Just when they thought it was 1926 again Comrade Fidel comes over all capitalist!

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6 thoughts on “VIVA CUBA!

  1. The trendy left in Europe will have such a hard time digesting this. Let the conspiracy theories begin.

    Even Raul Castro has to admit, 50 years on, that communism cannot produce a working economy. What a surprise.

    An unspeakably sad chapter in Cuban history is about to change for the better

    Raul Castro will best serve his nation by acting as its Gorbochaev.

    The foundation has a million cracks, to the point that there is no foundation any more. Cuban Communism is a dead man walking.

  2. Yes Ernest, but I can't post to the front page and you would have had a wave of the fat capitalist cigar if I hadn't spotted it earlier on.

    Hey, why not have one anyway, this is a sad day for Western Leftists and that makes me happy.

  3. pete

    where is your heart? what will all those torturers do now that they laid off?

    what will the legions of doctors and nurses working in the nations state of the art hospitals do now?

    jo

  4. Once started, this can take a life of its own. The regime may change fast, or it could change slowly. But the illegitimate and unelected government of Cuba will change.

    Cuba should be much richer and freer 15 years from now.

    I hope that it is all done peacefully.

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