You have probably seen the 'The Hunger Games' saga with the outstanding performances of Jennifer, Josh, Woody, Liam, Stanley, among others.
In this video, I will show you unseen scenes from the lives of others, which are not as well illustrated as the saga due to a lack of resources. That is the central theme here, the lack of resources, for whatever reason. Six doctors in my hometown, Bayamo - Cuba, have already been publicly condemned and their reputation tarnished forever, for trying, with evident lack of hospital resources, to save the life of a young man who recklessly rode a motorcycle at high speed through town streets until his accident and, without proper transportation, arrived at the hospital, where his vital organs began failing in the following hours leading to his unfortunate death. If you lie to make yourself look better or have others lie for you to improve your image, all these real-life scenes emerge that cannot be captured in any saga. I think back to a medical shift in Havana-Cuba, at the Miguel Enriquez Hospital "La Benéfica," where they reported as that day's statistic, zero infant deaths, when hours before I heard a child cry before dying in the adjacent room, and they listed it as fetal death to falsify the statistics. Fetal death means death inside the womb and the baby could not be born, so it is not an infant death, and thus the Cuban government with its leader at the helm looks better to the world. I don't remember anyone calling for this to be done; the decision came from a member of the Cuban communist party, always present at any event, following the instructions of their party.
Breaking away from those ties, after leaving Cuba and talking with other colleagues, one of them voluntarily says when we discuss the subject, ...I remember the underreporting where they ensured the good health data in Cuba 🇨🇺… I can never forget when on a shift I recorded a death by suicide with kerosene… the shift leader and the hospital director 🏥 called me to change the diagnosis to “home accident”… a diarrhea like the cholera outbreak in Manzanillo… it was a virus 🦠… or the deaths from COVID were due to common cold or pneumonia… in short… everything you know. It's like in Islamic tradition, the law of taqiyya, which is the act of concealing one's religious beliefs when one fears for their life, for the lives of their relatives, or for the preservation of faith. It is most often used in times of persecution or danger. Every deception has consequences, and when it is institutionalized or state policy, the dire consequences scale to the entire population. And anyone would ask, but will this ever end? By denouncing the Cuban government to the world for its incompetence in not knowing how to provide a quality of life in its administration and centralized power, there should probably prevail in the minds of those who can effectively condemn it, a feeling of pity for the little David who sometimes pretended to confront Goliath and even accredited them the admiration that clouds even their broad minds. Pretending that evil does not exist or did not know and took advantage of it to pretend to be the David of each story and look good to others. If they keep lying, the consequences will appear when you are at your worst.