[A-List] Fidel: 'Cuban Model Doesn't Even Work For Us Anymore'
nmgoro at gmail.com
Wed Sep 8 13:02:29 MDT 2010
El 08/09/2010 03:08 p.m., Nadja Tesich escribió:
> Who wrote this?
Some important US American Zionist.
What really matters here is this, IMHO:
>> (The joke of this
>> new announcement, of course, is that Americans are not allowed to
>> invest in Cuba, not because of Cuban policy, but because of American
>> policy. In other words, Cuba is beginning to adopt the sort of
>> economic ideas that America has long-demanded it adopt, but Americans
>> are not allowed to participate in this free-market experiment because
>> of our government's hypocritical and stupidly self-defeating embargo
>> policy. We'll regret this, of course, when Cubans partner with
>> Europeans and Brazilians to buy up all the best hotels).
Which translated into actual politics means: "We were idiot enough to
send the Cubans to the embrace of the Soviet Union. When they decided
that they would take none of our bullying around the issue of the sugar
mill ownership and the associated issue of land ownership, we not only
supported the US American companies controlling that business and their
local allies. We also defended the Maffia bosses who turned Havana into
the whorehouse of the Caribbean.
Thus, we pushed Cuba towards socialism. Now they seem to be waving
socialism good bye [this is the journalist´s opinion, of course, which I
am sure many ultra-Leftists will share] and WE OF ALL PEOPLE don´t
realize that we can make good money on this".
In other words: "Since we won´t accept that the Cubans have an
elementary right to sovereign management of their own economy, because
it is a matter of principle that in our dictionary the word 'democracy'
means 'US rule over the country' we are kept outside good business. Are
Which is the goal of Fidel: to try to influence the US business
community in order that the embargo and associated laws are lifted.
But imperialism is imperialism. So that Goldberg won´t be succesful,
something which I guess Fidel is aware of. Fact is that whatever the US
capitalists expect, Cuba will keep following her own road, won´t release
national control of investment. Neither Maffia bourgeois nor "regular"
bourgeois will be allowed to mastermind Cuba and impose their rule on
the country, and on such terms there is little, if any, probability that
USA releases any sanction on behalf of US investors craving for profits
in the island of Martí.
Thus, Goldberg is worried by the investments of "Brazilians and
Europeans". He darkly realizes that they will, in the end, work for the
strengthening of a Cuba that will run its own NEP (or "transitional
period" economy) against Cuba´s sworn enemies. In the meanwhile, the
ongoing process of reunification of the Latin American Nation will give
the Island the best protection.
This is why, by the way, the Peruvian president (a Quisling in every
sense) has declared recently that his country will gladly accept US
military presence. The stakes are high in this struggle, and Cuba is in
the eye of the hurricane. The handwriting on the wall is showing that
history has taken a most unexpected (for one-sided and Talmudic
"Marxists") turn: the road towards Latin American unification, the main
issue today ON THE ROAD TO SOCIALISM, is paved by an "Italian" mood
(remember that Italian national unity was enforced by a small portion of
the country, by diplomatic rather than revolutionary means, but this was
a "passive revolution", as Gramsci understood, in its own way).
History is showing its deepest "cunning". Marx must be laughing to tears
at the sight of the complaints of Goldberg.
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