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Ailing Castro gives power to his Brother

what do you think will happen when Castro dies?
Will the U.S. ease up, and open up economic relations?

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Fidel's dying. It's finally happened. I doubt we're going to change our stance though as long as anyone in that family is in power
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what the us wants to do is to us the cuban population as slave like labor the way the us has the chinese (which is why even though china is also "evil, communist etc.") the us still has relations with china.

as long as any leader limits or refuses this slave-like use of the cuban pop. the juvenile ball squeezing will remain unchanged.

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I hope Fidel doesn't die...

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temporary at Castro's age could be permanent.
I just hope the US allows travel to Cuba without a bunch of drama.
I would love to visit.

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wow Cuba reminds me a bit of Saudi Arabia. Brother replaces brother on the throne. But Fidel's dad did not have 25 sons like Ibn Saud. (Though Castro himself has a lot of children from several women) After Fidel and his brother I don't see anyone in the family become a leader. that is a good sign and hopefully will be the start of the demise of this wretched Communist state.
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wow Cuba reminds me a bit of Saudi Arabia. Brother replaces brother on the throne. But Fidel's dad did not have 25 sons like Ibn Saud. (Though Castro himself has a lot of children from several women) After Fidel and his brother I don't see anyone in the family become a leader. that is a good sign and hopefully will be the start of the demise of this wretched Communist state.

that's Mr. Castro's idea of democracy......
that's very very democratic...........


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wow Cuba reminds me a bit of Saudi Arabia. Brother replaces brother on the throne. But Fidel's dad did not have 25 sons like Ibn Saud. (Though Castro himself has a lot of children from several women) After Fidel and his brother I don't see anyone in the family become a leader. that is a good sign and hopefully will be the start of the demise of this wretched Communist state.

that's Mr. Castro's idea of democracy......
that's very very democratic...........


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