Vatican and Cuba

The Pope left Cuba after having a conversation with Fidel Castro. A private conversation is always difficult to scrutinize, but we can think about the symbolic value. The socialist Castro received Benedictus XVI for a 30 minutes conversation. What does it mean? The most relevant revenue is the opening of the regime. The Cuban model is getting older and the economy cannot find solutions to grow. Receiving the Pope is a clear message to the world – Cuban model e changing and  we can start looking for business in that Atlantic Island. We can realize this by looking to the Pope’s speech during the religious ceremonies, when he talked about the failing socialist regime and urged the politicians to avoid lies.

  

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One thought on “Vatican and Cuba

  1. I’m just a guy with a limerick reply…

    The Pope went to Cuba to see,
    Fidel and his whole country,
    They met for a while,
    They both had a smile,
    Maybe now Cubanos can be free.

    Compliments of Humorous Interludes

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