In Response to Cuban Turmoil, Biden Attempts to Distance Himself from Socialism

“Communism is a failed system, a universally failed system, and I don’t see socialism as a very useful substitute.” President Joe Biden launched this phrase during a recent press conference when he was asked about the situation in Cuba. Although he could be clearer on where he stands when it comes to the current Cuban political situation, he is also criticizing an ideology that little by little has gained strength in his own government.



 

 

Biden said they would be contemplating a series of “changes” to help the people of that country. However, they will not employ them until there are guarantees that the regime will not take advantage of them. He said on a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, that the issue of remittances to Cuba will not be permitted right now because there is a risk that the regime could confiscate the money.

 

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The Democrat President is distancing himself, despite the fact that socialist policies were and continue to be a key component in his government. Social plans, tax increases and allowances that are leading some people to leave their jobs are decisions that are slowly undermining US sovereignty “If you give power to Joe Biden, the radical left will take funds away from police departments. . . no one will be safe,” said former President Donald Trump in August 2020.

 

It is impossible to deny the existence of socialism within the ranks of the party led by Biden. In fact, he is flooded with figures related to this political thought that only impoverishes nations. The “squad,” made up of Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley has taken center stage for going against the Democratic establishment. They are accused of being part of the “political elite.”

 

All this without mentioning the steps that the White House is taking towards socialism and the ideas that its senators and representatives contemplate in the future, not only those who are attached to the most extreme wing of the left. For example, having a majority in the House of Representatives, they approved George Floyd’s Police Justice Act that could eliminate funds from the police after the demands of Marxist groups that hide behind the racial struggle, when their leaders have become rich at the expense of those who defend them.

 

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