Transcript for Fidel Castro: US Embargo: 'Doesn't Make Sense'
They embargo were lifted. Wouldn't get country be economically sound. Would you then have no rationing would you then have no economic hardship if GM Bob that would lift that he's got all it takes. Is it something. Me. I only Kindle look even if the embargo is not lifted. Cuba will continue to advantage it gate in her appeal from the end the blockade has taught us a few lessons. We have become a hardworking people. But we have become an austere people. How we have learned how to tighten our belts and go but we have also learned how to be generous what they did and will move replaces suddenly tell me what other country in the world news has 3000 doctors working for free in Africa and Latin America Bettina animal abandonment. Seems. In the mountains in the jungles so in this country alone this garbage of a country to this trash of a society I don't. Can send 3000. High levels are even all of that dogs know Barbara. I how to string tying Arnold and oh and answering to those who feel like that's I'm answering to the people who feel like that act. Mr. President do you think. That's. The basis. Of the embargo against Cuba. Is all politics in America. Today. So girls who began his political reasons and it's all politics. And they do not enjoy the support of the majority of the American people. What would be the damage if the US government had lifted the embargo imposed what is the glory for the united states of keeping this embargo here. It doesn't make sense Barbara.
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