[Marxism] CIGAR AFICIONADO: Cuba's Future: An Interview with Julia Sweig
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Mon Jul 14 17:39:47 MDT 2008
It is indeed a very interesting article, but I can't say I feel positively about
a person who writes such things as:
"If it were up to me, the smartest way to neutralize the
Ortega-Chavez-Morales-Castro grouping—I'm not going to call it an axis—would be
to start picking them off."
And I nearly threw up when I read:
"But the decider made a decision when he came into office to fight for freedom
and democracy in Cuba."
Not to mention such delusional thoughts as:
"Our November 2006 elections were important, however. Before those elections,
you already had a kind of latent bipartisan majority that supported change. Now
we have a congressional leadership which by and large does as well."
I must have missed the action from that "congressional leadership" that supports
change (on Cuba).
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