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Cuba is allowed to trade with 70 other countries including China and the 50 years anniversary disney shirt and their ‘human rights disaster’ hasn’t abated one iota because of it…. so please enlighten us, what exactly would trade with the US magically do for the people of Cuba that trade with the 70 other countries can”t do? Will the trade money from the US somehow slip past the authoritarian regime as opposed to the trade money from the 70 other countries that has gone directly into the regimes pockets?So…. the US is exerting control over their economy….how, exactly? By not trading with them? There are 70 other countries that trade with Cuba, so to state that the US is exerting control of their economy is erroneous at best….. It’s not the fault of the US that the money made from trade with the 70 other countries doesn’t benefit the Cuban populace, that’s 100% on the regime.And also….you say that the Cuban regime doesn’t want US involvement but then complain when the US won’t trade with them….. don’t you see how contradictory – and therefore ridiculous – that assertion is?Either you’re shockingly naive or a communist shill…… I sure do hope it’s the former instead of the latter because one can excuse ignorance, but there is absolutely no excuse for dogged adherence to a failed brutal ideology.