XogGyux wrote:There are many countries in Africa, asia and south America with skinny people...
Cuba has gone through periods of starvation in its history, but most of them were when it was under the mafia capitalism system. For example, in the 30s, after the USA's capitalism violently crashed the Western Economy, Cuba went through massive starvation and labor strikes.
Since the USA will be entering another Capitalist Depression soon, it might be a good idea to see what might be in store for USA citizens by examining what the Cuban government did to its people during that episode (shot them, repressed them, made alliances with mafia members
Nothing actually improved for average Cubans until after Fidel Castro overthrew the mafia-capitalism.
They are stray animals, not some sort of "communal pet".
The animals are all safely in the yard of a home after dark. You are just projecting your own lack of knowledge of Cuba and trying to write hate literature.
LOL @ street of deaths.
(unfunny reality 1
663 Children died in car accidents in 2015 (children 12 years and younger)
121,350 were injured in car accidents
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There are 160 non-traffic car deaths of children to add to this
Most children's play areas (playground, backyard, schoolyard) in rich, car-addicted countries, are surrounded by chain-link fencing, and this is to ensure that fewer children get crushed by motor vehicles. Of course, prisons use much higher walls than this, but the psychological effect is similar.
And the ubiquitous presence of these "private property and road engineering" fences, makes it difficult to walk anywhere because your path is always blocked. This is one reason why most Americans have given up on using their feet to go anywhere, thus ensuring an alienating landscape of machines... for children to live in fear.
In Cuba, kids play in the street, on the road, on fields... like American children used to do before cars came along and started killing children.
an mk-ultra *science* and a jeffrey dahmer *foreign policy*
funded by pick-pocket *economics*