In the following sentence:
The whole sentence would be something like:
... This is what I wrote. We see Cuba, our socialism's solid mate. Cuba is a country where Spanish is spoken, and a cigarette and sunlight are all in everyday meal.
However, I don't understand the start of the sentence. Specifically,
How should it be divided grammatically?
Why does it use 不 consecutively?
What is the meaning of the whole sentence?