>you should understand that I am an anti-revisionist, closer to the former line of the CPC(ML)
I can see you are young and have a lot of enthusiasm about this op, this is important, I just think you need to be more pragmatic about this.
Even Lenin himself joined a reformist socialist party initially, while forming a revolutionary one from within.
Your principled political stance does not nullify you from your duty to do the groundwork with what you have available.
It needn't by a different party necessarily, I'm only saying this because I'm detecting some dogma on your behalf.
>an anti-revisionist take on Cuba.
Jake here seems to miss the point of a dictatorship of the proletariat.
Things may have been more under control of the vanguard party, rather then the workers themselves, during the 60's, but today cuba has arguably one of the most democratic systems on earth, with a commitment to a socialist line. The economy has a significant private sector, yes, but it is very much under the control of the party, and dominated by state industry. Notably a large portion of agriculture is carried out through private co-ops that have seen a great increase in productivity there, compared to centralized models used previously.
In any case, cuba is socialist, and the other two I pointed out remain valid as currently existing examples of socialism today.