Forget Fidel


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10 Responses to Forget Fidel

  1. Hardnox says:

    Yeah…. EXACTLY. Andrew got the memo.

    I am amazed how the entirety of the Left is prostrating themselves in the eulogies of a mass murdering prick that terrorised the Cuban peoples for 50+ years. It boggles the mind.

    The prick died a billionaire with dozens of illegitimate kids and lived a life of luxury while the Cuban people lived on $3 a week and ate bugs.

    The SOB was cremated. He wasn’t even fit for worm food.

    Cry me a friggin river. I am glad the POS is dead. Next his brother Raul. Viva Revolution’!

    Lastly, I find it ironic that the anti-capitalistic prick died on Black Friday, the holy day of capitalism. God does have a sense of humor. 🙂

    • GruntOfMonteCristo says:

      Hah! An AWESOME sense of humor! But, he had only dozens of illegitimate kids? I thought it was more than that. But the more-or-less legitimate ones got the real joy ride on the yachts and playboy lives in Monaco and Greece.

  2. I.R. Wayright says:

    I wonder if the Castros got a percentage on every “Che” Tee shirt sold.

  3. 2 thoughts here….. (1) To borrow the words of the late Jesse Helms, “Bye Fidel!” and (2) Now that Fidel’s gone and Obama’s got less than 2 months left, what ever will happen to the Cuban Thaw? Then again, given Cuba’s actions since the Thaw began, why should we continue it?

  4. Popular Front says:

    I forgot about Fidel Castro long ago, after he appointed his brother to succeed him in the true Marxist way.
    Nope, don’t be surprised if there isn’t a genuine ‘people’s revolution’ in Cuba quite soon. Aside from the grinding poverty and repression by the ‘elites’, the death of Fidel has produced a tipping point.
    To use the old African expression “the juju dies with the man”; juju in this case meaning the ability to mesmerise (read: repress) the population via a cult of personality.
    That is now over, very clearly and the USA with all its opportunities is just 80 miles away. They will be begging you to come in soon to help turn things around and get them back on their feet. The pseudo-commie elites will be scurrying away with suitcases bulging with cash, like so many murder mice just as when Batista was toppled in 1959.

    • I.R. Wayright says:

      I disagree with your assumptions. I think the majority of the Cuban people have listened too long to Castro’s rhetoric and have been indoctrinated, much like our college students, to believe in the “socialismo” as the best way of life there is anywhere.
      You also would have a similarly difficult time reordering the minds of most North Koreans . They are just too brainwashed to think clearly and do not have a concept of the true freedoms we take for granted.
      Of course, i could be wrong……
      It may be some time before the jury comes in on this.