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THE CUBAN BAKERY AND THE BLACK MARKET

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THE CUBAN BAKERY AND THE BLACK MARKET

Mensaje por Lazaro Morera el Vie Mar 05, 2010 11:04 pm

Lets look a a typical Cuban bakery, it converts flour and fat into bread. It has NO owner, communism does not allow the "exploitation of man".

1) Imported (from the USA) excellent quality flour paid with cash up fromnt gets to Cuba. In its way to the Cuban bakery, some of it gets "diverted" (stolen).

2) Once it reaches the bakery, it goes under the direct supervision of the baker (el maestro panadero), who is in then supervised by other burocrats.

3) the next steps is the production of "masa" (doug)to be turned into bread.

The masa may encounter several potential routes as follows:

A) Everything goes as planned and it is turn into bread (except) that the baker produces UNDERWEIGHT bread to make extra pieces of bread and pocket the extra money that he shares with his/her supervisor.

B)Some problems develops in the manufacturing process resulting in spoils, ie the electricity fails. The bad "masa" can be sold for animal feed.

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C) The bad masa can be set aside and labeled "scrap" to be mixed in a small quantity "little by little" with "good" masa to produce an inferior underwight product. In all of this the Baker will contact the food inspector to certified he had some bad masa that it is not his fault, The baker will pay the inpector $100 cuban pesos so that the inspector will certidied that 2 bad bags of flour were turned into spoiled masa when in reality only one bag was involved. Then the Baker will sell the extra bag of flour in the black market to a pizza maker and pocked the money, or make more bread for his and his supervisor personal gain.

The bakers make more money for himself and his family every time there is a problem!!!

NO ONE IN THE GOVERMENT BUROCRASY HAS AN INCENTIVE TO TURN FLOUR INTO GOOD QUALITY BREAD. Everyone (baker supervisor, baker. inspector, helpers in the bakery) BENEFITS when something goes wrong in the bread making process. THE Cuban PEOPLE ALWAYS PAY MORE FOR LESS.

CONCLUSION; Only in a capitalist system when the owner cares about his product and makes money when he adds new customers we experience competition, and the lowering of production costs.

The Communist Cuban Bakery will always be a FAILURE.

THAT IS WHY COMMUNISM SUCKS!

Lazaro Morera
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