Richard Gott on Cuba

Amazing: back comes the small scale private economy and Gott\’s all praises for it.

Everyone who lives in Cuba and those who follow Cuban affairs closely know that the existing economic model has not been working well.

Rilly?

2 thoughts on “Richard Gott on Cuba”

  1. “Everyone who lives in Cuba and those who follow Cuban affairs closely know that the existing economic model has not been working well.”

    Which is no doubt why the incredibly attractive Cuban lass I was chatting with last week is selling the goods for €50 p/h in Spain without a work permit rather than making 20 bucks a month back in the socialist paradise.*

    *Listening to her on the “socialist paradise’ was an education some Graun readers should receive.

  2. Just to keep reminding y’all: Gott was a KGB paid agent of influence. He was outed by the KGB defector Oleg Gordievsky and later admitted to it in his resignation from the Guardian.

    In any rational society he would have been arrested, tried for treason and, if found guilty, ended up in a traitors grave after a short dance on the end of a rope.

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