Cuban Zombie, Walking Dead – Whatever You Call Him, Castro Is Finished…
… And So Is Communism
From our “Almost In Hell” files, we bring our readers the above YouTube music video of Cuba’s “Maximum Leader” as he prepares to be judged by God for everything he has done, and everything he has ordered done. (To view the video, click on the photo or here)
Yesterday was the big military parade to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Castro’s arriving in Cuba with his fellow rebels to launch their revolution. The commemoration culminated five days of celebrations for the glorious leader’s 80th birthday, but Castro was a no-show.
Casto is dead, dead, dead. He just hasn’t acknowledged it yet.
Castro’s Death Will Have A Profound Impact Upon Barbados
Castro’s death will be the beginning of the end for Cuba’s communist government. It might take a few more years, or it might be another East Germany.
What many Caribbean nations have forgotten, or have chosen to ignore, is that once Castro dies, the US will be free to pursue a policy of “engagement” with Cuba rather than the current hostile embargo. Coca-Cola and US tourist dollars will flow into Cuba and the impact will be immediate – both in Cuba and throughout the Caribbean.
Cuba has the size to become a future economic juggernaut, given a few years of Cuban exiles returning from the USA with knowledge, money, language skills and family still in Cuba.
This will have profound implications for Barbados as Cuba will become a major competitor for tourist and investment dollars. We have predicted in past articles that land values will plunge in Barbados and throughout the Caribbean as Cuba turns some of it’s land into foreign dollars – and we still believe that will be the case.
What nobody can really predict though, is the full impact of a free Cuba upon the economy of Barbados.
Ask yourself this though – Will a Free Cuba be a positive or a negative influence on the economy of Barbados?
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