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By Ralph Rewes
Apparently, everything is quiet, everything is peaceful, the Communist Regime seems to be getting a bit more civilized. Everything is normal. Tourist are flocking to the island. The international cells are realizing a good job. The internet infiltrators have been shushed in their vicious attack and replace their function as just minor descrediting directed to the present administration. Some of them do not like this new policy worrying about what is behind. They may be right.
However, the most dangerous aspect of all this new scenario is the fact that behind the appearance of normality, the Cuba society is spinning every day faster away from governmental control, headed toward a lawless society as a result of a brutal economical penury.
It is said that there are neighborhoos and some regions that not even the police can perform already. The regime relies mostly on empty propaganda and scary words to psyche out of the people obedience by fear.
As you can read in Alex's postings, they are emphasizing Raśl Castro's active life, while in reality he made soon be done in, as it is customary in communist regimes, before the Lion King falls. But then what? If the regime loses the law enforcement control, what would become of the island. Some Communist officers have paradoxically assured US officials (they are so easily convinced) that they "will not let Cuba become another lawless Somalia."