"We must be alert, today more than ever," President Raul Castro said, warning Washington is determined to end Cuba's socialist revolution.When something has not worked in fifty years, try something else. Regime change is still the goal.
Raul Castro told the party's congress that reforms should be implemented faster, but said Cuba was not moving towards capitalism, citing China and Vietnam as models, while emphasizing that social ownership and cooperatives were mostly preferable to private property. He also said he remained convinced of the benefits of improved relations with the United States and said Cuba was committed to the diplomatic thaw. But he made clear he did not believe Obama's promise that the United States would not impose political or economic change on Cuba.teleSUR
Raul Castro Warns US Doing Same to Cuba but with Other Methods