Sunday, January 21, 2007

Everything is A OK

Anita nieve would like for you to know that there is nothing happening in Cuba, and whatever was going to happen with the departure of the dictator has already happened.
About the only thing different in Cuba is that its government, instead of being led by a single person, is handled by a group. Raul Castro heads a collective leadership guided by the same Communist Party his older brother extolled during a nearly half-century in power.

"These guys know what they are doing. They are prepared to lead Cuba without Fidel," said Marifeli Perez-Stable of the Inter-American Dialogue, a Washington think tank. "The country, in the short run, is not going to collapse." [MORE]
Is the short run 48 years?

2 comments:

St. Jose said...

Que estupidez. No tiene idea de lo que está hablando. A ver si casi 50 años de dolor y opresión le parecen muy gracioso.

Saludos, hermano!

Alberto P.R. said...

Let's be patience. Time will tell how this drama will unravel.