Reflecting About Cuba
When I watched the documentary Welcome to North Korea, I saw how their government aggressively prohibited the filmmakers from getting footage of anything that will portray their nation negatively. Soldiers kept a watchful eye over them and constantly inspected their tapes and other belongings.
Historically, we've seen the communist state-controlled media produces nothing but propaganda and suppresses truth. In principle, lack of competition and monopoly of information will do the same. Now, I ask myself: Is media in Cuba controlled by the state?
In this video, libertarian journalist John Stossel questions Michael Moore's popular documentary "Sicko" and his portrayal of Cuban healthcare.
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