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I find it unbelievable that Cuban men can get free penis enlargement surgery!
Their nation provides free healthcare and it does not exclude such surgeries. Although these surgeries are meant to correct defects at birth or from accidents, men are trying to take advantage of free healthcare for this esthetic surgery.

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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

All the bloody American junk emails advertising such procedure should first mention that it is free in Cuba!

Anonymous said...

Should bring communism to USA and provide them with more goodies!

David said...

People are reading Fidel’s propaganda again
.
One of the great myths, and this is a myth, is that Cuba has one of the world’s best health care systems.

The truth is that Cuban medical care has never recovered from Castro's takeover -- when the country’s health care ranked among the world's best.

A little history lesson for all the young SG readers who were not yet born when Fidel came to power.
(IF you must know I am old enough to remember this occuring!)

He won the support of the Cuban people by promising to replace Batista’s dictatorship with free elections, and to end corruption. Once in power, though, he made himself dictator and instituted Soviet-style Communism.

Cubans not only failed to regain their democratic rights, their economy plunged into centrally planned poverty.

As many as half of Cuba's doctors fled almost immediately -- and defections continue to this day. Castro won't allow observers in to monitor his nation's true state, but defectors tell us that many Cubans live with permanent malnutrition and long waits for even basic medical services.

Many treatments we take for granted aren't available at all -- except to the Communist elite or foreigners with dollars.
For them, Castro keeps "show" clinics equipped with the best medicines and technologies available. It was almost certainly one of these that Moore went to, if the stories in the NY Post and The Daily News are true.

They routinely credit him with managing to deliver world-class facilities and treatment, equally for all Cubans, far surpassing even the United States in egalitarianism and effectiveness. For some people, that level of medical care outweighs Castro's oppression, which would be ludicrous even if they were right about the medical system they espouse.

Unfortunately, that system is a myth, as Val Prieto points out in Babalublog. Val points out a March 6th article in Gentunio, translated partially here, which has a number of pictures of Clinico Quirrgico in Havana. Here's what Fidel Castro said about Clinico Quirrgico in 1989:
"Now, the old hospital has turned into one of the most modern and best ones in the capital.

Pictures mentioned above can be viewed here:

http://www.babalublog.com/archives/001470.html

I must point out that with such a great health system, not a single American has gone to Cuba for medical treatment.

An interesting factoid. Last year when Fidel was very ill, he had French Doctors flown in to provide his treatment. So much for Cuba's best in the world health care.

There are hundreds of thousands of Cuban's who fled Cuba after Castro took power who live happily in the United States. There has yet to be a single boat full of these Cuban's returning to Cuba for medical care.

Perhap Anon should also look at North Korea's vaunted health care system.

David

Anonymous said...

But then Americans all the time spill out propaganda to the world.

First with North Korea, if we read all the web travel logs, they don't see or mention those staved kids as propounded by US agencies. They haven’t seen any North Korean kids starved like African kids which the USA never ever help even those African countries tilt towards USA. NO money lah.

Then there is less crime in Cuba. USA newspapers never mention cities like Detroit are simply ghost cities where you have to be armed to enter the city centre. With over 15% unemployment ( the official figure is a trick because they only count people receiving social security ) and you can only get social security for a year, there are plenty of hungry people ready to mug and rob.

David said...

Anon,

You are truly a shill for all things communist.

I trust glorious leader will welcome you.

I live near Detroit, and I have never felt the need to carry a weapon into the city.

There are areas in all cities where most locals know to avoid, this is true in New York, Shanghai, Seoul and even Singapore.

The United States spends more on aid to other nations than any other nation one this planet. Whether all this money is spent wisely is a topic of debate here.

David

Anonymous said...

David,

Why don't you tell the truth and say "The city centre of Detroit looks like a bombed out war zone. It is impossible to find an unbroken window in the city centre".

Please look at the photos in TIMES article :-
"Detroit's Beautiful, Horrible Decline ", the url is:-

http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1882089_1850973,00.html

That is the truth for you.

Anonymous said...

Another article in jan 2011 entitled "Detroit in ruins: the photographs of Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre" says

In downtown Detroit, the streets are lined with abandoned hotels and swimming pools, ruined movie houses and schools, all evidence of the motor city's painful decline. The photographs of Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre capture what remains of a once-great city – and hint at the wider story of post-industrial America
"

http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2011/jan/02/detroit-ruins-marchand-meffre-photographs-ohagan

Anonymous said...

More dramatic photos :-

"Dying Detroit: Haunting photos of crumbling neighbourhoods highlight the terrible decline of America's once-great Motor City"

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1370199/Detroit-Haunting-photos-crumbling-remains-highlight-decline-Motor-City.html#ixzz1aTk1HTd1

More photo documentaries -

http://www.jamesgriffioen.net/index.php?/photography/ruinslife/

But wait, there are even more and more:-

Zachery Fein: Photography - The Abandoned City of Detroit


zfein.com/photography/detroit/index.html


Photography - Special Section; The study of abandonment must convene upon Detroit at one point or another. No other city in the United States has undergone such a dramatic level of population decline, abandonment, and urban decay over the past few decades.

As many of the posts under the research section of this site convey, industry in America has toppled and left behind an amazing amount of abandoned and decaying architecture. Detroit, the nation’s most industrious city, reflects this in a unique way. The failing industry was met with, social, racial, and political tensions. Hundreds of thousands of people fled the city, and today the population is less than half of what it was in 1950 (For a detailed analysis of Detroit’s fall, visit this page). Such a dramatic “un-densification” affected every realm of the city. Factories closed doors, jobs disappeared (to this day, Detroit has over 17% unemployment) and soon after, residents left. The middle and upper classes vanished in search of suburbs and other cities, leaving behind a massive lower class with no means to maintain a city that quickly became twice the built size it needed to be.

Anonymous said...

It is worthwhle to read this to understand the true picture :-

Zachery Fein: Photography - The Abandoned City of Detroit


zfein.com/photography/detroit/index.html


Photography - Special Section; The Abandoned City of Detroit. Detroit skyline from Brush Park.

The study of abandonment must convene upon Detroit at one point or another. No other city in the United States has undergone such a dramatic level of population decline, abandonment, and urban decay over the past few decades.

As many of the posts under the research section of this site convey, industry in America has toppled and left behind an amazing amount of abandoned and decaying architecture. Detroit, the nation’s most industrious city, reflects this in a unique way. The failing industry was met with, social, racial, and political tensions. Hundreds of thousands of people fled the city, and today the population is less than half of what it was in 1950 (For a detailed analysis of Detroit’s fall, visit this page). Such a dramatic “un-densification” affected every realm of the city. Factories closed doors, jobs disappeared (to this day, Detroit has over 17% unemployment) and soon after, residents left. The middle and upper classes vanished in search of suburbs and other cities, leaving behind a massive lower class with no means to maintain a city that quickly became twice the built size it needed to be.

Today, not only is nearly half of Detroit’s 138 square mile area vacant, beautiful architecture is left with no hope of use. There is simply not enough demand to sustain the amount and character of architecture. The city is a case study for methods of dealing with shrinking cities. As famous American boomtowns once existed, their counterparts exist today; cities such as Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, and Pittsburgh have all lost around 50% of their population over the past 50 years. The commonality that exists is the industrial based economy, the variable being the social adaptation to industrial decline. Detroit has fared worst in terms of this variable, and the photos here illustrate that.

The photo galleries below document examples of the size and scale of abandonment and decay in Detroit. These sites have been, or will be addressed in the “research” section of this site; continue reading there for more information, or continue on this page for dozens of photos. The galleries will open in new windows, and are best enjoyed maximized on your screen.

Anonymous said...

Gee Wiz, I never knew there are even more "USA horror stories" when you google, telling people about the poverty, deprivation, decay of a lost empire.

Type in "Shrinking cities" into Wikipedia,

Shrinking cities are cities that are experiencing acute population loss. Deindustrialisation and out-migration are some of the common reasons that cities shrink. In the United States, this problem is most commonly associated with the Rust Belt.

These USA cities lost at least 20 percent of their population, from a peak of over 100,000, since 1950.


City

1950 population

Peak population (year)

2010 population

Percent decline from peak population

Notes




Akron, Ohio

264,605

290,351 (1960)

199,110

34.5%




Albany, New York

134,995

134,995 (1950)

97,856

27.5%

2.3% increase from 2000.



Baltimore, Maryland

949,708

949,708 (1950)

620,961

34.6%




Birmingham, Alabama

340,887

340,887 (1950)

212,237

37.7%




Boston, Massachusetts

801,444

801,444 (1950)

617,594

22.9%

4.8% increase from 2000.



Buffalo, New York

580,132

580,132 (1950)

270,240

53.4%




Camden, New Jersey

124,555

124,555 (1950)

77,344

37.9%




Chicago, Illinois

3,620,962

3,620,962 (1950)

2,695,598

25.6%




Cincinnati, Ohio

503,998

503,998 (1950)

296,943

41.1%




Cleveland, Ohio

914,808

914,808 (1950)

396,815

56.6%




Dayton, Ohio

243,872

262,332 (1960)

141,527

46.1%




Detroit, Michigan

1,849,568

1,849,568 (1950)

713,777

61.4%




Flint, Michigan

163,413

196,940 (1960)

111,475

43.4%




Gary, Indiana

133,911

178,320 (1960)

80,294

55%




Hammond, Indiana

87,595

111,698 (1960)

80,830

27.6%




Hartford, Connecticut

177,397

177,397 (1950)

124,060

30.1%

2.0% increase from 2000.



Jersey City, New Jersey

299,017

316,715 (1930)

247,597

21.8%

3.1% increase from 2000.



Minneapolis, Minnesota

521,718

521,718 (1950)

382,578

26.7%




Newark, New Jersey

438,776

442,337 (1930)

277,140

37.3%

1.3% increase from 2000.



New Haven, Connecticut

164,443

164,443 (1950)

129,779

21.1%

5.0% increase from 2000.



New Orleans, Louisiana

570,445

627,525 (1960)

343,829

45.2%

2.1% increase from 2008 Census Bureau estimate; first after Hurricane Katrina.



Niagara Falls, New York

90,872

102,394 (1960)

50,194

51%




Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2,071,605

2,071,605 (1950)

1,526,006

26.3%

0.6% increase from 2000.



Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

676,806

676,806 (1950)

305,704

54.8%




Providence, Rhode Island

248,674

252,981 (1930)

178,042

29.6%

2.5% increase from 2000.



Reading, Pennsylvania

109,320

111,171 (1930)

88,082

20.8%

8.5% increase from 2000.



Rochester, New York

332,488

332,488 (1950)

210,565

36.7%




Scranton, Pennsylvania

125,536

143,333 (1930)

76,089

46.9%




South Bend, Indiana

115,911

132,445 (1960)

101,168

23.6%




St. Louis, Missouri

856,796

856,796 (1950)

319,294

62.7%




Syracuse, New York

220,583

220,583 (1950)

145,170

34.2%




Toledo, Ohio

303,616

383,818 (1970)

287,208

25.2%




Trenton, New Jersey

128,009

128,009 (1950)

84,913

33.7%




Utica, New York

100,489

100,518 (1940)

62,235

38.1%

2.6% increase from 2000.



Washington, D.C.

802,718

802,718 (1950)

601,723

25%

5.2% increase from 2000.



Youngstown, Ohio

168,330

170,002 (1930)

66,982

60.6%

Yu-Kym said...

The discussion has gone off topic. Please keep to the topic. Thanks.

David said...

Yu-Kym,

I apologize for wandering off topic.

However when bringing the Cuban medical system, paying due diligence and researching the reality of that system would have lead you to word-smith you post more cautiously.

Many within the States, and as we have read - not unexcpectedly, outside the States, have strong opinions about the American health care system.

Which btw, Obamacare will utterly ruin.

Again my apology to you for being so gracious, tolerant of my raillery and of those louches whose comments are no more than rodomontadish blithering.

David

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Ron Raphaelle said...

hahaha, that's interesting Yu-Kym!

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