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    Introduction

    Batistaism is the ideology encompassing the beliefs and policies of former Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista. It is an authoritarian, free-market capitalist, and culturally progressive ideology, known for hosting a playground of vices for American tourists, at the cost of the Cuban people.

    History

    Fulgencio Batista was a Cuban military officer and politician who served as the elected President of Cuba from 1940 to 1944 and as its U.S. backed dictator from 1952 to 1959, before being overthrown during the Cuban Revolution.

    Before becoming a dictator, Batista's political career in Cuba could be summarized as cunning and opportunistic. He ran initially with the Democratic Socialist Coalition (CSD) for the the 1940 general elections and he won. Later in the 1954 elections, the CSD would rebrand itself as the newly formed National Progressive Coalition.

    Batista's regime is particularly infamous because of his ties to American mafia groups and his promotion of the casino industry over others. The rampant abundance of businesses entertaining all kinds of vices, such as gambling and prostitution, caused a tourism boom. This short economic boom is used by his modern supporters as proof of his success as a leader.

    Personality and Behavior

    • He hates all communists no matter what.
    • He's extremely jaded and morally cynical.
    • He likes business, especially vice business.
    • He likes to talk about the tax rates & GDP during his rule.
    • He is generally paranoid when around other Caribbean ideologies.

    How to Draw

    • Make a ball.
    • Paint the top half of the ball with the design of the flag of Cuba, rotated counterclockwise by 90 degrees.
    • Paint a bottom part of the ball with dark blue.
    • In the dark blue at the bottom, add a white imperialist sun.
    • Draw either one or two eyes, and you're done!
    • (Optional) Draw a military hat.

    Relationships

    Friends

    Frenemies

    Enemies

    Further Information

    YouTube

    • Interview of Fulgencio Batista's Son - Interview with Fulgencio Batista's son, who is fairly apolitical. He gives an idealized testament of his fathers life, but he also mentions his fathers reclusive attitude.
    • Jaime Bayly - Interview with pro-Batista author Juan Almeida. Bayly himself works for Mega TV, a broadcasting company with headquarters within Miami & Puerto Rico. He is politically a neoconservative and liberal conservative.

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