most of them don't.
because they did not like fidel castro
the usa assisted anti-castro cubans in a failed attempt to overthrow castro in the "bay of pigs" fiasco.
fidel castro and other cubans did not like the rule of batista. batista was overthrown.
becuse i can't dance in the moon light
he set up a communist government.
it appears that cubans fled to us.
after castro became the leader of cuba, he used the military to maintain controlled over the cubans.
cubans come to america to escape from the dictatorship of castro. america is a free country and cuba is only seven miles to florida by boat.
the cia trained rebel cubans invaded cuba, trying to overthrow fidel castro
ok, cubans wish they were here. food, freedom, they can choose a perfetion . i can go on and on. its not cubans its there leader fidel castro but now its his brother raul castro. they don't have a war or any thing. im just tellin you what i know. a more expirienced person can correct me if i am wrong ok.
in all reality, the majority of cubans probably do not support castro. because cuba is a totalitarian regime that does not allow free elections, there is no way of knowing whether or not people prefer him to be their leader. there is strong evidence to suggest that unrest and dissatisfaction in cuba are growing everyday. people are tired of the fact that nothing ever changes.
in the 1950s, cubans who were angry at the government found a leader for their cause
the bay of pigs invasion
bay of pigs : april 1961, 1500 anti castro cubans trained by the cia invaded cuba was supposed to cause rebellion against castro but it failed
fidel castro, and all his fellow communist revolutionaries, blamed wealthy cubans (and particularly the cuban dictator, fulgencio batista) and american companies for the exploitation of the poor people of cuba.
errrr, castro?wow, what an ignorant answer!!! castro is not the only cuban. can you believe that - there are other cubans that are not castro???if you're looking for a cuban costume - look for a rumbera or salsera. you can look for celia cruz too.
it affected cuba in both good and bad ways. the good: education free, free medicine. the bad: people gain very little money, cubans are still very poor and many try to go to america for a chance at a better life.
most of the cubans that immigrated to the us did so because they did not wish to live under the communist rule of fidel castro. cuba was a very nice place to live, the weather, the beaches, the people, the music, the food, the countryside all helped make cuba the most popular vacation spot in the caribbean, also a favorite playground to the rich and famous. the massive numbers of immigrants from cuba didn't start until the mid 1960s, after cubans realized that castro was a whole lot worse than batista. before that cubans came to the us to vacation, study, and some to live, because they liked it here.
once the commmunist leader fidel castro came into power, she, along with alot of other cubans moved to the us.
the united states armed forces and cia trained cubans against cuba in 1961. an attempt to overthrow castro.
fidel castro was popular among the cubans because of the excesses of the corrupt batista regime. however, his communist collectivist policies made him a dangerous ally of the ussr in the americas.
the united states would supply money and arms.