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    Assessing the future of Cuba

    Assessing the future of Cuba
    by Aldo Bonincontro

    We have known from the mass-media that the actual Communist leader or
    of Cuba is old (he should be already more than 80, if I well
    remember) and, above all, ill and weak, after a surgery on his bowels
    for an infection.

    Castro passes much of his time at bed, despite the regime propaganda
    showing him smiling and active with his friend or allied Hugo ,
    President of and.
    In the practice, he's nearly retired from active politics.

    His power is now in the hands of his brother, some years younger, but
    not credited of Fidel's personality and ability.
    So, it's possible that Fidel Castro dies within few years or even months
    and this could be the end of his regime, too based on his presence and
    control.

    Every dictatorship is always in crisis when the dictator dies,
    differently from democratic regimes, in which the power is shared among
    many subjects and political parties and organisms and the continuity is
    much easier, not bound to the power control and the repressive ability
    of a single leader or a restricted group of leaders.

    So, it's possible that the Cuban Communist regime will disappear, but
    replaced by what?

    Fidel Castro has been repressive and his prisons are still full of
    political prisoners, the journals and the mass-media can't freely
    criticize the regime and its exponents, but he has granted a good public
    and system, free for people, so that the Cuban hospitals
    are rather good and efficient and paid by the State and even the medical
    research is very advanced in Cuba, while the
    public school has nearly eliminated the illiteracy, as never it could
    happen with the private school, only for rich people.

    is in development, but it doesn't seem that it has devastated
    the environment with floods of cement made of hotels, residences and
    private houses.

    The "soft" solution that, personally, I hope it will become reality, is
    that a new constitution of Cuba create a democratic regime, but fixing
    the impossibility of a public services privatization and the sale of all
    the goods belonging to the State, so that Cuban people wouldn't discover
    the drama of being excluded from a or from the purchase of a
    medical drug only because they have too little money, as it happens in
    the close "big enemy", the U.S..

    The U.S. and the exiled Cuban organizations, (very anti-Communist and
    bound to the American Right) wouldn't make pressure to force a radical
    laissez-faire economic system and/or a Right anti-Communist political
    regime, otherwise, the opposition of a great part of the Cuban public
    opinion would be strong and bloody, feeding terrorism, violence and even
    a civil war.
    A pacific post-Castro transition to democracy is also in the interests
    of U.S. that can become a political friend and good economic partner of
    the new regime without imposing to it a subordinate role.

    I don't know if this "soft" way will become a reality and I'm not very
    optimist; the shortsighted and arrogant policy of U.S., especially after
    the 11/9/2001, doesn't induce the U.S. Administration (if ruled by the
    Republicans, but also by the Democrats), to adopt an intelligent,
    pacific and not intrusive policy towards Cuba.

    The political and military disasters in Iraq and Afghanistan, where the
    U.S. Administration has failed mainly in BUILDING PEACE, DEMOCRACY and
    STABILITY, makes real my fear that the desire of U.S. to create in Cuba
    a capitalist and U.S.A.-friendly regime at any cost, can cause a bloody
    and long civil war in Cuba.

    It would be necessary that also the would help Cuba to built its
    democracy without sacrificing what Castro has created of positive on the
    altar of the "modern" wild capitalism of businessmen and the
    multinationals, but I don't think that this Europe, still an open
    building site, without an unique foreign policy, will have the force of
    helping Cuba not only with good speeches full of democracy and freedom
    and also against certain U.S. interests.

    I fear that, after Castro, Cuba would become again similar to what it
    was during the former Batista regime, destroyed by Castro in 1959: the
    brothel of America and not only, a paradise for gangsters, mafiosi, tax
    evaders, speculators and work exploiters.

    The fact that, already today, the prostitution of Cuban girls for
    tourists and foreigners is very diffused at every level, is surely not a
    good sign for the future.
    What else the Cuban people will accept to sell or give away in the next
    future?

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