I'm afraid you're going to have to do better than the old red scare tactics. You're talking nonsense but I'll limit myself to a discussion of social indicators accepted by the World Bank and CEPAL which are hardly communist stooges. The fact is you don't know what you're talking about.
Well, that would end that discussion, then.
But I have seen that kind of thing in practice. I doubt that you have.
And I just googled "world bank Cuba statistics" The first item that came up was where the World Bank had praised Cuba for its wonderful infant mortality rates, comparable to the developed countries. Yeah, right.
When you say that the World Bank accepts Figures provided by the Cuban government, that does not mean they verified them.