Beren wrote:Sure, visiting Cuba as a tourist must be really helpful in understanding its society. Do they have social safaris there?
Because crime is low, a tourist may create his own "social safari" by just leaving the tourist zones and talking to the local people.
Is Argentina as safe to visit on your own on a bike in the countryside...compared to Cuba?
Will it become a safer country (for Argentinians) after all its social programs have been chainsawed?
Mocking my pro-Cuban stance, JohnRawls wrote:...its important for a white man like you to visit the Pigmies to observe how superior they are. This is how you sound right now.
When it comes to social capital , it is the rich west who has the most "pigmies" (made small by social alienation).
Your positionning of Cubans as "low down on the political hierarchy" really reveals the fabricated racism of commercial media that you find normal, for some reason.
Do Argentinian voters ALSO harbor the racism against socialism
(that positions the poor as inferior) that is created by commercial media? Is this why they elected a capitalist super-man cartoon?