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Viva Cuba, Movie, 2005 IMDB

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vilero ES

2010-03-26 12:57

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Raul1983 FI

2010-03-26 17:29

I want to visit Cuba so badly.

ingo DE

2010-03-26 19:44

Why not? It's quite cheap right now and the prices for Last Minute-trips were lowered in the last weeks. It's much cheaper to travel there than to the other countries in the Caribbean Sea.
O.K., all the money you pay for that, will directly go into the pockets of the Cuban Army - but aren't there many other countries, where it's problematical, if you look on the human-right's- and corruption-situation, too?

-- Last edit: 2010-03-26 20:46:07

vilero ES

2010-03-26 20:42

I don't doubt that in the 50s. there were reasons to the 'Revoluciˇn'. But if you get the highest literacy teaching rates of all Central and South America, the highest medical care rates in Latin America, physicists, Chemical engineers, etc... what it's unbelievable is that, after 2000, Fidel was speaking to a crowd (on one of his never-ending speeches) about how good is to use (to save energy) the pressure cooker, instead the usuals cauldrons. If in a political system a teacher prefers to work as bellboy in a hotel before to teach...something is going very, very bad.

modell US

2010-03-27 02:39

See also "Yank Tanks", a documentary I added a few years ago- /movie.php?id=312048

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