Yes, America, Cubans Are Starving

 Just As the U. S. Embargo since 1962 intended!!

      In February of 1962, after the air-land-sea Bay of Pigs military attack failed to overthrow the Cuban Revolution that had, in 1959, overthrew the U.S.-backed Batista dictatorship, the United States imposed an economic EMBARGO on Cuba that, according to declassified documents, intended to starve, deprive, and make miserable the Cuban people to encourage them to rise up and overthrow their Revolutionary government. INCREDIBLY, from February-1962 until May-2023 the EMBARGO has failed to overthrow Revolutionary Cuba but, on the Eve of June-2023, even Cuba's own Economic Minister is admitting that the original intent of the U. S. EMBARGO is, at long last, coming to fruition.
Cuba's Economic Minister
   In this last week of May-2023, Cuba's Economic Minister Alejandro Gil Fernandez admits that the starved, deprived, and miserable Cuban people are finally succumbing to the dictates of the six-decade-old U. S. embargo. Since 1962 the U. S. media has joyously been predicting such a result, but in May of 2023 the less unbiased London-based worldwide Reuters News Agency is coming to the same unfortunate conclusion.
    As shown above, the London-based worldwide Reuters News Agency started the last week of May-2023 with quotes from Cuba's Economic Minister Alejandro Gil that clearly indicates that the end is finally taking place in Revolutionary Cuba.
     8th Street in the heart of Little Havana, which is in the heart of Miami, has dictated the USA's Cuban policies since 1959 in the same manner US-backed Batista, the Mafia, and U. S. businessmen dictated Cuban rule prior to 1959...making the lush island a US/Miami-backed piggybank, but a cruel one that enriches Calle 8 while starving Cubans in Cuba.
      In the final analysis...geography, which placed Cuba too close to the United States, turned out to be Cuba's cruelest fate.

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