Tuesday, October 28, 2014

One thing Cuba will never run out of

Excuses for its failures;
“The damage caused by the blockade is limited thanks to the quality of our teaching staff and the efforts of our students”, Dr. Oberto Santín, deputy minister of Higher Education, stated during a press conference on the impact of the U.S. government’s economic war against Cuba, which has lasted over half a century.
Which also hasn't stopped the Castros from exporting troops all over the world to foment revolutions, so other peoples can have something to complain about the Yanquis too.
 As a result of the blockade, between April 2013 and March 2014, the University of Havana lost income of over $540,000 dollars, which could have been received for goods and services. 
Lost propagandizing opportunities?
  The University of Cienfuegos suffered losses of $13,860 dollars due to the expiration of its license for an exchange program established with the University of Washington-Tacoma.
Speaking for ourselves, we'd be happy to export the entire UW-Tacoma to Cuba.

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