Do Foreign Tourists Help the Cuban People?

Sunday, December 6, 2009
Let's take Canadian tourists, for example.

According to Canada's Vancouver Sun:

"Havana is not a common tourist destination for Canadians. Though some 700,000 Canadians travel to Cuba each year, most go to the popular resort areas of Varadero, Cayo Coco and Holguin, with maybe a day trip to Havana."

As a reminder, those resorts are in isolated areas, owned and operated by the Castro regime's military and where access by the Cuban people is prohibited (or at best, strictly controlled).

Answer: Hardly.

Do tourists help the Castro regime's military (aka, repressive forces)?

Answer: Lucratively.