On 8 January 1959, Fidel Castro entered Havana at the head of his men. The revolution had triumphed and Cuba was entering a communist paradise, fulfilling the rights of all Cubans, and where poverty and misery would be a thing of the past.

To this end, the Cuban government began by reneging on the Manifesto of Sierra Maestra, which promised to hold elections, and continued to enact decrees that put an end to almost all private property.

Since then, the situation of the Cuban people has only worsened, with successive governments learning from the best (Soviet Union, China, North Korea, …) how to stamp out any hint of opposition to the regime. A regime that, more than 60 years later, continues to be the model for all those who want to put an end to Western civilisation.