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Dutch: I have obviously been unclear. By 'we' I don't mean the US Government! I completely agree with you -- it should stop trying to meddle in Cuban affairs. (It wouldn't hurt, though, to try to compensate Cuba for some of the damage it's done to that country, but that's too much to hope for right now.)
Even if the intent were good -- which it's probably not -- it turns everything potentially-good that it touches to ashes. Case in point: funding, and otherwise overtly supporting, Cuban dissidents. There are plenty of people in Cuba, at all levels of society, who want things to change (and, of course, people in powerful positions who will resist this). What they don't need is being branded as "agents of the US".
By "we" I meant ordinary citizens, of whatever nationality. Our responsibility to our fellow human beings doesn't end at our frontiers.
For example, if you're a member of a professional association, such as a teacher's union, you should learn about how you could invite some Cubans to your next conference. Better yet, you should go to Cuba yourself! (And given where you live, you could practically swim there!)
And learn more about it. A good start would be these reports from Al Jazeera, here and here. (And of course The Havana Times, as mentioned above.)