NYTimes “In Cuba, a Jobless Person Is a ‘Dangerous’ Person”

cuba_varadero_lA Human Rights Watch report on Cuba takes the government of President Raul Castro to task for, among other things, jailing those without jobs. The report cited the cases of dozens of people charged with “dangerousness” for being unemployed.

“A person is considered to be in a state of dangerousness due to antisocial behavior if the person … lives, like a social parasite, off the work of others,’’ the report quoted Cuba’s Criminal Code as saying.


Per Robert in Washington “Step back a little. The very same thing happens in America. We just use different language!”

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