That boat was not exactly enough to counter the perilous waves of the sea. Then there were more people and equipment than usual.
In the last seven days and night, people in the boat were trying to reach their destination after crossing the ocean waves. But he still failed. The reason is that the boat was not desirable in the sea.
Everybody was sick or more or less aboard the boat. If someone was having difficulty with staying in the sea for a long time, then there was weakness from hunger and thirst.
After all, two days after the scheduled time, the mile, which means miles away from the place of visit, even when the boat was on the bank of the ground, then stuck in the mud and got stuck.
A Cuban stamp celebrates the visit of Granma
As the Revolutionary Che Guevara was right after that, in December 1956, Fidel Castro and his Inquilabie Army’s victorious return on Cuba’s land was not a case of landing on the ground. In fact, it was to collide with the ship’s wreckage.
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When the historic ship, named Granma, got stuck in the mud, all the 82 people riding in it came out of it. They were drowsy. There was no excitement in them.
Soon things became worse. The Cuban army suddenly attacked the people at the foothills of Sierra Maestra. Most of the people were killed in this attack. If you were left alive, fight a handful of guerrilla. Among them were Fidel Castro and his younger brother Raúl.
The consequence of this infamous fury was that some of those fighters ultimately defeated the armies of military ruler Fulgencio Batista of that time in Cuba.
These handfuls were against the Inqlabis, the army of 40 thousand people, who had better weapons than them. It was one of the most successful guerilla battles of the twentieth century.
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In this photo taken in January 1959, after the conquest of Batista in the Cuban capital of Havana, Fidel Castro is congratulating the crowd.
Even worse, the fact that the revolutionaries have remained in power till now is a matter of fact. On Cuba, both Castro brothers ruled for 60 years in total. Castro established a party communist Nizam in Cuba, who left an indelible impression on this island.
Now a very important turning point in this historic journey is going to come. Fidel Castro, the father of this revolution, had settled in late 2016. What is the crossroads of Castro brothers after Cuba?
Now his younger brother Raúl Castro is retiring from the presidency. This will be the first time since 1959 when Cuba will be the governor of a person who is not Castro.
Fidel Castro and Raúl Castro in 1999
The question arises that what is Castro’s brother handing over after his six decades of his reign?
What kind of country are they going to hand over the reins of their heirs?
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When Zahef had been sitting in the last days of his life, he must have been satisfied by thinking about his journey of life.
However, his body was very weak. But, as a matter of fact, Senior Castro was very active till the last moment. His children and grandchildren were with him in the last moments.
He was very stubborn. Zid was his accountable virtue. They kept keen fighting till the last front. For nearly 9 hours, doctors tried hard to save them. But they failed.
We are talking about Martin Castro’s Martin, Fidel, and Raúl’s half-brothers. His death was very close to the place where he was born in September 2017. The name of that place is Biran. Martin’s blood of 87 years had suddenly burst. They lived nearly a year after the passing of Fidel Castro.
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Martin Castro in the 2016 picture
Although Martin and Fidel were the descendants of one father. Both of them were living together playing together with their childhood. Nevertheless, there were two such brothers in Cuba who had no match in their life.
A brother who became the father of the Cuban revolution. At the same time, the second did not leave the house.
Fidel Castro was a symbol of the Cold War. They ruled Cuba for nearly half a century. Fidel ruled the Left in the island Cuba, just 90 miles from the Florida coast of the capitalist US. He often used to say with great pride, ‘I have ruled the people under the nose of the imperialists.’
After the Cuban revolution in 1959, Martin was also offered accommodation in the capital Havana and any position in the government. But Martin turned it down. He was a simple person. Martin was content with his animals and sugarcane fields in his hometown.
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Martin’s daughter, Josepha Beatrice, says, “I often think that what would have happened if my father worked with Fidel. But he never wanted to do that. ‘ Regarding father’s decision in Joseph’s words, he regrets.
Josepha, with great love, remembers her father, saying, ‘My father has never studied. But he was just as intelligent as his two half-brothers.
Josepha points to a family picture. Martin’s Appearance seems very much like Raul.
Castro Lopez, the daughter of Martin Castro, Josepho Beatrizz, says, “I sometimes wonder what would happen if Dad also came along with Fidel Castro, but he never wanted to do so.”
Ancestral home of the Castro family, Finka Las Manasakas is now a museum. It has been prepared to inform Fidel and Raoul’s rural areas after the great work.
The town’s historian Antonio Lopez talks about moving me through the whole terrain.
Castro family ancestral home Finka Las Manasas
Antonio says that Biran is a town that Castro has made a reputation. Fidel’s father Angel Castro first visited Cuba in the 1890s.
They belonged to the Galicia region of Spain and came under compulsory military service to protect the imperialist regime on Cuba. Angel Castro participated in the war between Spain and America.
When he returned to Cuba after the independence of 1898, he started working in the mines here. Later, Angel Castro began working in the Cuban cane fields for the American multinational company United Fruit Company.
Angel Castro, father of Fidel Castro
By the beginning of the twentieth century i.e. in 1910, Angel Castro had become wealthy. He bought some land in Camino Real, located in the sloppy road between Santiago de Cuba and Nipe Bay.
According to his period, gradually the range of Angel’s fields increased. There, he opened a general store, a school, a blacksmith shop, a wooden house, and then he came from Haiti on his land and made many huts for those who worked in Cuban cane fields.
Antonio shows me the small school room, where Fidel Castro first started his studies.
Later he was sent to Santiago and Havana to study with Jesuit priests.
Passing a passage, a guide tells Castro the official story of Castro. He says that the bad condition of Haiti’s bonded laborers who harvested sugarcane fields had deep impact on Fidel and Raúl.
Antonio points out that Fidel once said that “I am happy to be a son more than a grandson of a landowner, because our family had no sense of belongingness”.
It is a pity that Angel Castro had passed away when there was a socialist revolution in Cuba. He could not see his sons becoming the strongest people of this island. Angel died in 1956. They were buried at Finka Las Manakas near Fidel and Raoul’s mother Leena.
Although there was no major change in the peace of the village for at least one son.
Jeffa, sitting in her lodging room, boasting a sugar sweetened sugar, tells that her father did not leave the ground. They had some animals and this was a small house in which we were sitting.
In Biran, there is still a whole life of the village. The people of the village are gathered near a government store. After work, they drink a little rum to get tired. Together they take cheap ham sandwiches or some other drinks. In the store cafeteria, the government sells goods at affordable rates.
Martin’s basic type of concrete house is part of Fidel Castro’s plan, under which he had built 400 homes for the town’s habitat. These houses were very good compared to the huts built on their father’s land, which Angel had made for Haiti’s workers.
All the houses here are rectangular. The rug is covered with curtains. These houses built on the side of the road are the same. Although there are some bright pink, yellow or green buildings, which look completely different.
There is a porch in front of most of the houses. Martin often used to sit at the rooftop chair in front of his home and talk to the visitors.
In the end, only 218 of the 400 Fidel’s plans were completed.
Josepha reveals that there was a whole baron in Martin’s Janaza. Josephie says, “Everyone knew my father, people often asked me why I did not take them with them, but they were happy here.”
Josepha recalled her father, “They used to say that I do not want richness. They used to say that this is my capital while pointing to the fields.”
Every boat going to Cayo Granma is crowded. One-way fare is just one Cuban peso i.e. 5 US cents. This is the cheapest way to reach the island.
Keo Granma is at the mouth of the Gulf of Santiago. Frozen chicken boxes come from Brazil on boat decks. A motorcycle is also riding on the boat, which looks like it has fallen down now.
At the same time there are high school students on the benches of the boat, who are laughing loudly and shouting at each other.
Out of the people of this village with fishermen, only a few go out of the village. It seems that most local people prefer such a life.
Rosa Caridad, Valverde, who lives the whole life in this small spell, says, “If he wants me to go out of here, then he will have to hand me over to the fire. Then when he extinguishes the fire on my body Then I will swim and come back to Keo. ”
Rosa’s age is seventy. They have high blood pressure disease. She says that this is not a serious matter. He has come to his family doctor so that he can take a new consignment of daily food.
Rosa is waiting for the doctor Clara Lucas sitting in the shade. Doctor Clara is looking at other patients in a very clean clinic.
Doctor Clara’s age will be around fifty. They talk to the speaker. They like to live among their people. It considers it very important to Cuban’s basic healthcare system.
Clara says that “this island is so far from the town that it has to be kept in a basic equipment for the treatment of patients.”
Dr. Clara says that 651 people live here. They point towards the queue of tin and wooden houses that appear to be crawling like a snake towards the hill. At the end of this queue a church looks.
Dr. Clara explains that there is a motor-driven big boat to reach the seriously ill patients on the island. Although he proudly says that he saved many lives on this island only.
Rosa Carridad is thankful for this service of health. He starts singing the qualities of the Cuban revolution without asking, “The most important thing for a country is not clothes or food, but it is health and training. And both of these things are available for free here.”
Doctor Clara Lucas
They are the two most successful founders of the Cuban Revolution. These are considered to be the biggest social achievements in the reign of Castro brothers.
This is the case that if you point to deficiencies in Cuba’s education and health services. They say that there is a dire need for modernization of them. There is a need for capital in it. So, it is a criminal offense in the eyes of some government officials.
When I asked Dr. Clara what he wanted to do with Raúl Castro’s political heir, he responds very much to this question. They only say that the Cuban officer has a huge obstacle in Cuba. And it is very difficult to settle for only $ 35 a month. She also immediately says, “But, in the last few years, my salary is the highest among the first ones.”
At the same time, Clara, with great responsibility, also says that America’s economic sanctions on Cuba should be withdrawn. This is such a thing that you get to listen to all the time in Cuba. From the supply of drugs to the supply of new varieties of seeds, “economic sanctions” are held responsible for every economic challenge and difficulty of Cuba. The United States has imposed economic sanctions on Cuba for the past 58 years.
There are no two opinions in front of Cuba’s healthcare system that have many major challenges. Many doctors and nurses, on condition of anonymity, say that infections in hospitals are a big problem.
However the treatment is completely free. However, the family members of the patient have to bear the burden of a large part of the health care. They have to make bed sheets, cushions and many other times and have to arrange basic antibiotics themselves.
Nevertheless, Dr. Clara says that there are only a few of the few Latin American countries who give quality health services like Cuba to their citizens.
Well, this is also complimentary by Pan American Health Organization. Especially Cuban health systems are praised that they fought fiercely with Cuban diseases and won.
I visited the main island of Cuba on the main island, from where it started. I went to Monkada Barrack where, where Iqbalab’s first shot was shot.
On July 26, 1953, Fidel and Raúl rebelled in Santiago with the help of a handful of people and countless weapons against Batista’s Zoolmo-Seem. The Castro brothers stormed the barricade of Moncada.
This attempt of the coup was crushed within a few hours. The conspirators were arrested and they were tormented. Gladly Castro’s brother was not one of these people.
When the Castro brothers captured power, they converted this military base into school in their familiar style. Today many schools run under a single roof. Here, a museum has also been opened about that revolt.
The education system is very proud of the people of Cuba as well. The rural areas of the country were liberated in the 1960s only with the illiteracy of illiteracy. The whole world of Cuba’s higher education and scientific research praises the world.
In the beginning of the 21st century, a study of the World Bank found that Cuban students were found to be the top among the Caribbean countries to study mathematics and science. These included both students and students. In this report it was said that the Cuban schools are in equal measure with the OECD ie 35 rich countries in many cases.
Education is called the basic principle of revolution. But today Cuba’s education system is struggling with many challenges. There is a scarcity of resources. Budget is low. Official statistics show that there is a huge reduction in teachers in the country too.
Thousands of school teachers are absent. Many of these people have left the job of teaching. They now work in the private sector.
Today, Cuba can earn more money by offering rooms to the tourists. The pay of teachers is very low.
Students from a school in Monkada have been seated from the queue. There is a plaque next to them, which says that after killing Monkada’s revolutionaries, their corpses were thrown right here.
One of them says that “the leaders of communism” … the children immediately respond in the same way that … “We will become all Che Guevara”.
In whole of Cuba, schoolchildren put these slogans in the morning. Through this, he is taught the lesson of socialism. Researcher Che Guevara is taught to respect.
After this we are taken to a class, where the children are studying.
The teacher asks, “Who can turn these words into past tense?” He wrote on the blackboard, “To study” means “study.”
Many children raise their hands in response to the question of the teacher, but, the teacher points to children who did not take the hand.
We are told that we can question and answer children. But our expertise is that these children put the slogans of revolution in the leadership of the masters. Sing praises of Iqlab.
So instead of talking to the children, I started talking to the head teacher. I said that on this slogan people in the US of Miami ask questions. They say that this is the task of framing children. In their mind, it is quite similar to the fact that forcibly revolting against the revolution.
Ellen Infante, head teacher of that school, says, “It is a matter of fact that we are talking about children’s problems, our revolution is humane, we think of the good of the children here. We do not make them militants, we prepare them for a better future, they make them good people, so that they can serve the society. ”
Don Manolo had worked in his field till his knees gave no answer. At that time, he was 90 years old.
Dawn spent his entire life growing coffee in the hills of Sierra Maestra. Two years ago, due to the time and circumstances, they had to return their land to the pension.
Don has a stick to fill in wrinkles in one hand. With the other hand, they handle their hat, which protects them from the heavy sunlight of the Caribbean terrain. Don says, “We started working as a landless laborer. We did not have the right to the land”.
Prior to the Revolution in Cuba, Don Manolo used to give one-third of his total yield to the local landowner. One day a few bearded people are seen in their fields.
Don recalls those days and said, “Many of us wanted to fight for Fidel, but he said that it is not necessary for every worker to become a soldier. Many people work to produce grains for our food. The villagers promised us that soon we will have our land “.
At that time, Dawn’s age was also 33 years old, equal to Fidel Castro. A few months after that incident, he met Fidel Castro again. Then to fulfill his promise after the revolution, Fidel had come to give land papers to the local farmers.
Under the land reform, the Government took away the proprietary rights of every land owned by a fixed amount and divided it into the farmers. These zones were handed over to the commune being run by the government. All the big landlords, whether it was the Cuban rich or the multinational companies like Coca-Cola and United Fruit Company, their land was nationalized.
After the revolution, any foreigner in Cuba was misled by the ownership of sugarcane fields. These were the initial decisions that led to the quarrel between Cuba and the USA. It is said that Fidel Castro had snatched some of his family in Finka Las Manakas and handed over the government to the government. His mother was very angry at this point.
That law is still the foundation of the Cuban agricultural system.
In this picture, Don Manolo copied the order that he had met with the Cuban government 57 years ago.
Don Manolo remembers those days, “We had a party of horses with a Parade on that day at the Cane de las Mercedes that we were happy that now we had got our land records. Could not evict from the land ”
The fountain of the foothills of Sierra Maestra is welcome for the cultivation of coffee.
Lérido medina lives in a place named Polo Narte i.e. the North Pole. They also got the ownership of the land after the revolution. However now they do not have those papers. He donated the document to a museum in Havana.
Lerido, wearing a thick hot hot shirt to escape the cold mountain air, says that he is now fully confident of his wife Aida. His wife and son now work as farming.
Recalling the old period, Lerido says, “The hardest task was to clean the jungle and make the land farming. At that time there were not many parts, we had done this work with the help of ax, sickle and scalp. “.
The entire yield of the family is sold to the government. Coffee can not be sold in the open market in Cuba
To this day, many farmers like Lérido consider that agricultural reform as the foundation of their own mastery. But critics say that in this way they got the government’s trust for the whole age.
In the rule of Raul some economic laws have been relaxed. Although still there is no privatization. Still, farmers who cultivate coffee in Porto Norte have teamed up together. Léridou’s son Ezikweil says that with the help of the co-operative organization, the farmers mobilize their resources together. Due to being united, they get better yield of their produce.
But, whether it is coffee farmer, or sugarcane, or tobacco, Everyone has to say that they have very little technical resources for farming. Even today many farming tools are from the nineteenth century. Planting works out of solution. Apart from this, horse-carts and knives are the tools of farmers.
Lerido says, “You can use tractors in the plains, but here you can not do hilly slopes here. The challenge for the farmers is huge but work will have to be done.”
Regardless of Raul’s abdication, Cuba has a complete system of farming in government. The speed of progress for many farmers is very slow. Especially after the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the situation became extremely difficult. Three quarters of Cuba’s total grain requirement is bought from the outside.
However, hunger from the country has been devastated more or less. There is little hope that the coming leader will want to erase this achievement of the revolution. Because this method of farming is the basic principle of Cuban revolution.
Cuba imports coffee. Sugar is the main export of Cuba. Sugar is the only axis of the Cuban economy.
While passing through a road in Cuba’s Camaguay, we talked to some farmers. They were cutting sugarcane crops. Oswani Iglesias, who led these farmers, said that their goal is to produce 40 thousand tonnes of sugarcane this year. After this, Iglesias started complaining about the parts of old farming. He said that most of the machines are in the Soviet Union.
Oswani Iglesias said that, “You are watching those harvesting combines, that is from 1972. And the second is 1975. And this is what is newest, it is also 1994. There is a huge shortage of components, which There are Chinese parts too, their quality is not good. ”
He later laughs and shrugs his shoulders. We have no choice but to work with them.
“Giron: The whereabouts of the first defeat of the Yanki imperialists in Latin America” - when you enter the town of Giron, a large board screaming on the board on the side of the road seems to be saying this thing.
It is a matter of fact, different from boasting claims about the revolution. America had never defeated any of the Latin American frontiers in 1961 before the attacks of Bay of Pigs. It was the Bay of Pigs or Playa Giron, where the American army had failed and had to face defeat in the war.
For this attack, the CIA had trained people fleeing Cuba for several months in the attack in southern Florida and Guatemala. On April 16, 1961, Douglas B-26 Bomber aircraft bombarded with false flags bombed airborne military bases located outside of Santiago and Havana.
In this picture of 1961, America of the Bay of Pigs was attacked by
After this Cuba was attacked from the sea. About 1400 people suddenly got noticed on the Giron and nearby two coastal shores. The attack was a failure from the very beginning. Neither the instructions of the attack were given properly. Nor did they follow properly. The people, who were displaced by the revolutionaries, were trapped in the sea-shore marshy terrain.
Cuban armies command themselves Fidel Castro. At the same time, when the US hands were exposed in these attacks, then President John F., Kennedy refused to send American airforce to help the attackers.
This attack was badly crushed. Castro had won a great victory. Kennedy had to face an embarrassing defeat at the same time.
Che Guevara wrote a letter to President Kennedy after the attack, “The revolution was weak, you made it very strong beforehand.”
The entire story of this attack can be seen in Cuba’s view of a museum located in Playa Giron. Here the American spoken words can be heard between tourists roaming around here. But, if someone really wants to know the exact reality of that attack, then they should seek out the mausoleum and look for Dolores Fis.
Dolores, almost always live in the house. His paving is made of cement. Dolores’s house is cold in Giron’s fierce heat. One of his daughters lives in the neighborhood. The niece’s house is right in front. They welcome me as an old relative. Actually this is not the first time, when I came to meet him.
Dolores is among the few people who were in Giron during the 1961 American assault. Now he’s been 84 years old. But their stories are very different and do not let you move.
He is such a common man who was destined at that time, which had a profound influence on Cuba’s history and history. His story is like the story of any common man in Cuba, who has done the revolution.
I spoke to Dolores shortly before President Barack Obama’s 2016 Cuban tour. They told me the story of that attack again. Dolores told that he woke up his spouse that night and said, “They’re firing on the beach”. Dolores wanted to stay there and fight the attackers. But her husband persuaded her and her son to escape with the children and hide in the nearby hill. They had to break into the door of a vacant house and take shelter in it. While running, he could take a little food with him.
But, this time he tells how a change in Playa Giron has changed.
Dolores says, “There was nothing here before.” But now I do not know the people living in half of the houses here. People from all over have come here and come from where Oriente, Kamagua, Havana and where do they come from? People have just gone ”
The reason for this is that it is a very easy way of earning money in the coastal village. As soon as you enter the Giron, you see a blue-white mark in every house. This means that there is a arrangement for the lodging of the tourists here. Here foreign citizens can stay. In Cuba they are called the Cassas PartyColourres. These have become the largest private business for common Cuban citizens.
However, the Cuban government has banned issuing licenses for new businesses for the last one year. Still providing shelter to the place of stay is the easiest private business for the common Cuban citizen. With this help they earn more money than daily wages. For this, they have to make a little change in their home, which does not take much money.
Denier Suarez has come from Havana and settled in Giron. The local people call them Jimmy. They came here because tourism business is spreading rapidly in this area. Jimmy worked as a chef at the official hotel in the sea-shore. Then he became the manager of the very popular caste of this area.
Denise ‘Jimmy’ Suarez says that the tourism business has declined due to the American President
Jimmy says, “This year, the business is fine, but the business has been quite weak for the last two years”. He explains its two reasons. One was the sea storm Irma, who had caused a huge catastrophe in the northern coastal areas of Cuba. The southern coastal areas were untouched by the effects of the storm. But Jimmy believes that the photographs on the TVs of the northern areas of Cuba changed the minds of people into the area.
That is why American President Donald Trump is named as the second reason for the bad effect on tourism.
Jimmy says, “It looks pretty”. His gesture was toward strictness in the rules of movement in the reign of Donald Trump. In Obama’s reign, there was a lot of heat in relations with the United States.
Jimmy says, “There are very few American tourists coming in. You see them barely, we can only hope that the European tourists should come and we are not worried yet, but if the Trump, the rules for the arrival of Cuba It would be good to have a concession in “.
In addition to getting a glimpse of the history of revolution, tourists come to Giron Parinde or to see diving. The best eco-tourism of this country can be enjoyed at the nearby Siena de Zapata National Park.
Cueva de los Passes just outside of Giron. It is a very popular place for diving and snorkelling.
Our instructor Ray takes us to the rock of such a coral, which has not caused much damage. Here we saw some Canadian citizens enjoying the dip of a dug boat.
Two decades ago, Fidel Castro viewed foreign citizens as a need for the devil but the country. They believed that with the help of foreign tourists, Cuba obtains a very important foreign exchange.
But, today’s date is considered to be extremely important for Cuban economic future. The government hopes that the number of tourists will increase in the coming years.
However, absence of Cuban or economic inequality is also increasing due to tourism. The new president must also pay attention to this challenge. In today’s date, the difference between foreign currency earners and the common Cuban citizen is rising from the salonists.
Those who work in government institutions related to tourism, they want to start their own business. Right now the economic rules are so tight that no private diving shop can open.
Ray says that “many of us are like those who want to start their work, but it seems that for some time now things are going to stay the same.” The current model of tourism is a blessing for the government. ”
Many tourists are sitting under the palm tree in the sunny Bay of Pigs in the shadow of the sun drowning. They are drinking cold beer. Or the Cuban rum, which is made from coconut peel. Local people can be seen selling it.
Looking at this, there will be only a few people who can not see the attack of the Sailians on Cuba. These similes fit perfectly. The people of Giron today ask that part of the income from tourism can be put into their account.
Cuba standing at the crossroads
When Raúl Castro was preparing to leave the throne, a Cuban election took place in the whole country, people went out to vote responsibly so that they could choose members for the National Assembly.
On April 19, members of the National Assembly will elect the new president, who will replace Raúl Castro.
Most people expect Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canal to be the new president. He is sometimes called a radical and ever moderate modern leader.
They can be the head of non-Castro government after 1959.
The case seems straightforward. But the truth is that the number of seats in the National Assembly, the same number of candidates, i.e. a total of 605 candidates were in the field to choose the public. That is, the public had no choice. Apart from this, there is only one party in Cuba. So, the candidate of another political party was not in the field.
Last year, many angry and opposition people tried to land in the local body elections. Among them were the members of the Otro 18 Group. He claims that he was also prevented from filing his form. The police and government security officials pressurized them not to enroll.
When I saw people voting, then I remembered Raul Castro’s 2014 statement. Five days after the historic resignation of establishing diplomatic relations with President Obama, people saw a ray of hope.
While addressing the Parliament, Raúl Castro said referring to relations with the United States, saying: We should not expect that Cuba will circumvent its basic ideas to improve relations with America. We can not leave those principles for which we have fought for a century. For which our people shed so much blood and took so much risk.
The message was clear-politically the status quo will remain in Cuba. There is currently no place in Cuba for open opposition or political parties with multiple parties. There is no place for them even today.
A decade ago, those who oppose the government in Cuba were put in jail for long time. Today, these methods of suppressing the voice of opposition have been closed. Instead, a new system has taken it. Under this, leaders and journalists who open their mouths against the government are put in the unilateral surveillance for the right time. The Cuban government calls them the killers of the hire, who work against the Cuban government by taking money from the Cubans in the US and Florida.
In this case, few people would suspect that there are some people on either side of the Florida Bay, who were suspicious about improving relations between Cuba and USA. Anti-Castro people living in Florida opposed this step. Specifically Florida Senator Marco Rubio
At the same time, there were many thinkers in Cuba who were not happy to come to Havana, the president of the United States President. They felt that the old enemy was trying to show themselves over their land.
In his historic visit, President Obama said, “I have come here to bury the remains of the cold war in the continent of America”. Obama mentioned the families who were forced to divide the two parts due to the conflict between the two countries. They talked about the scattering of new light of friendship so that the distance between the two countries can be found. A woman watching Obama on TV said to me, ‘My tears were gone’.
Fidel Castro wrote a newspaper warning article about Obama’s sweet words in a newspaper. He appealed to revolutionaries to be alert. Several fundamentalists of the government had agreed with Fidel Castro. They wanted to turn the direction of the wind blowing in Cuba in favor of the United States.
Donald Trump won the presidential election after this.
Just hours after Fidel Castro’s death, Trump named Fidel Castro as a Zoology dictator on Twitter. Trump said that Fidel’s legacy is to keep people out of firing squads, burglaries, misery, poverty and basic rights.
Obviously it was decided by the trump to become the President that the war of terrorism is going to come back in both the countries.
The rapidly deteriorating relationship of fire has been promoted by an incident that can not be said to be less than a detective novel. The health of more than 20 US diplomats posted in Havana began to worsen in the Razdarana style. If any of the hearing started falling short, someone complained about the dizziness and someone started feeling numb.
The US State Department claimed that there was a health attack on its diplomats. The US accused Cuba that if the government there did not do this health attack, at least they had failed to protect US diplomats.
Cuba has clearly denied these allegations. The Cuban government said that this whole story was false and was fabricated to spread confusion so that an environment could be created. Cuba alleged that the whole story was fabricated so that the recently expanded close proximity between the two countries could be changed in distance and the relationship could be degraded.
Whatever the truth, after this incident, the US reduced the number of diplomats deployed in Cuba. Now Havana is just a temporary American. Today the relations between the United States and Cuba have been very cold against Obama’s rule. The matter has not gone further. In this environment, Raul Castro’s heirs will take over the throne.
So, what’s the significance for its common Cuban citizen? What is the difference between 92 years of coffee farmer, LeRIDO, or a diving instructor who is keen to start his business?
People can say that the very little effect of the deteriorating relationship between the United States and Cuba will fall on the common Cuban population. Supporters of the revolution will say that everything will be fine. They will also say that the Cuban revolution is in the safe hands. Every work will continue to be the same as before.
There is no doubt that the incoming government in Cuba will not intend to tear the basic steps of the revolution. There will be no change in special education and free treatment or the subsidy given to the poor.
But when you ask, how will Cuba finally bear the burden of these expenses? Because of its very close socialist country Venezuela is going through a very bad phase. The knee has come financially. In response to this question of yours, generally people will be smiling, or shoulders shoulder. Such people will be extremely low, who can answer how Cuba will deal with its economic challenges.
A party official said, “We have seen worse times than this, the disintegration of the Soviet Union and the Special Period were such bad times.” They were referring to Cuba’s economic challenges in the 90’s. That, ‘if we can withstand the challenges then, then we can withstand anything’.
Former Accountant Pedro
This is the time when the blind faith in the current system of Cuba is clear. When the real revolutionaries, solve the challenge of every challenge in the Inquilab. Fidel Castro and Raul Castro were just enough for the people in the reign of Castro.
But, when I met an elderly Pedro Rodriguez in the coastal town of Manzanillo, Pedro complained that governmental organizations are not functioning properly. Pedro’s glasses were broken. Both of his mirrors were linked to the plaster. They complain that the town is no longer enjoying it.
Former accountant Pedro said, “There is no one doing anything here now. People just want to get the fruit frozen in their hands”.
Did the situation in Cuba take place? Maybe. Millions of Cubans cater to their daily needs while facing daily problems. Yet they are proud of many things in their country. Especially on the social achievements of Castro brothers’ rule These are the achievements, which many rich countries can not even achieve despite all the efforts.
But, as demand of a common Cuban citizen of a better life will be assertive. As they will raise the voice for better living. By the way, challenges for government institutions and the new rule of this country will increase.
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