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Javier ๐Ÿ CR

Javier ๐Ÿ CR

3 months ago #1

Cuba a dictatorship?

The Spanish left-wing politicians are right when they say  that Cuba is not a dictatorship. Of course it is. Cuba is a Marxist-Leninist regime and, therefore, totalitarian, which is quantitatively and qualitatively much worse than a dictatorship. A dictatorship is a political regime in which a single person rules with total power, without submitting to any kind of limitations. A totalitarian regime is one in which the State controls all aspects of people's lives, not only their bodies, but also their minds and spirits, treating them as mere means and denying them, in short, their human condition. That Cuba is a totalitarian regime is an objective and indisputable fact. Marxism-Leninism was the first of modern totalitarianisms - a model, by the way, for Fascism and National Socialism, which came later - and the most lethal, if only because it is the one that has been imposed in the most countries and for the longest period of time.

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