No to Another Sola-Bigio-Clinton/Duopoly Selection in Haiti
We can’t help but toss a jaundiced eye at the US “liberal/progressive/Democrat/Green Party” call for a recount of the 2016 U.S. elections while in Haiti and across the world these same folks don’t see the Clinton/Duopoly continuing to disenfranchise Haitians by pushing the US puppet replica of Martelly – Jovenel Moise – upon the poor in another foreign rigged Haiti election similar to 2010 and 2015. “…early reports from the top three candidates – Moise Jean Charles, Jude Celestin and Maryse Narcisse – facing off PHTK’s Jovenel Moise, is that the colonial attempt to steal the Haiti elections again was worst in 2016 than in 2015!” (Go here.)
The death of a colossus – Fidel Castro joins the Ancestors at 90, unbroken, undefeated
Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz died on November 25, 2016 at 90 years old, unbroken, undefeated. Comandante Fidel governed the Republic of Cuba for 47 years as Prime Minister from 1959 to 1976 and then as President from 1976 to 2006. During those years, the legendary and revolutionary Fidel Castro fought against Western imperialism, subjugation and exploitation of the poor and won.
Watch Professor James Small’s video interview on the Fidel Castro Legacy. Prof. Smalls provides a perspective on Cuban history you’ll never hear from the U.S. media and historians. He also gives a powerful summary of the 1960s Black Rights movement in the U.S. explaining why Trump is nothing new for Black folks.
“Over 11 million Africans were murdered in Cuba at the hands of the white-skinned Cubans backed by the Americans at the turn of the twentieth century. These white Cubans who slaughtered the 11 million Africans before Fidel Castro’s time, are the grandparents of the white-skinned Cubans who are running around in Miami dancing at the death of Fidel Castro.” — Professor James Small: Fidel Castro And His Connection To Africa The Untold Story.
Castro was the David who beat Goliath on behalf of the poor. He was the revolutionary hero of the twentieth century who supported the liberation of African peoples all over the world. His medical brigades gave free healthcare internationally to the poor. And yes there’s still racism in Cuba and freedom of the press and choice were limited. But, Castro put man and material to liberate South Africa when the Israelis were giving nuclear weapons to racist and apartheid South Africa and supporting racism and Western imperialism throughout the world. Many do not want to realize that much of the hatred that some Iberian Cubans have for Castro is due to the fact that he deprived them of their indentured Black slaves and cheap submissive labor.
Despite the obvious propaganda attempting to demonize him, Fidel Castro will always remain an icon, a warrior for the poor and disenfranchised. Castro did the simplest yet the most complicated -what the Western “civilization” powers only talk about but are too amoral, greedy and incompetent to put into application. He made the rights to high quality medical care, the right to work, to relevant education and literacy, to adequate housing, security and food, inalienable human rights – and the primary reason for having a government. For that unparalleled but concrete leadership, Castro shines like Desalin and Toya, from afar now. A new star. Forever a symbol of revolution against Western imperialism, colonialism, subjugation, human exploitation and profit before people.
These universal human rights were protected by Castro’s Cuba. He didn’t define good governance by the George Soros’ standards – that is, by elevating tertiary identity politics rights, non-white tokenism, unfair trade (“free” trade), fake Trojan Horse charity that establishes imperial dependency and the oligarchy’s control of a multitude of media megaphones and political parties, which all uniformly act on behalf the Duopoly and globalists elites. No, that wasn’t his first priority. He was not so deceitful, degenerate or a gross Western “progressive” hypocrite. He really did fight the status quo. Fidel Castro’s life has inspired and will continue to inspire revolutions around the world. (See, The 1912 Massacre of AfroCubans; Castro in Harlem.)
Journey in peace, el comandante!
Condolences to the people of Cuba and revolutionaries everywhere. Long live the spirit of Fidel Castro.
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When Fidel Castro Visited Harlem and speaks about revolution, wearing his fatigues, the embargo, Cubans fighting against colonialism, apartheid, in combat in Angola; Malcolm X, the heroes of Harlem, the justice of “Heaven” and much more… See Entire Speech of Fidel Castro’s visit to Harlem.
Top 10 Quotes by Fidel Castro About Himself, the World and Ideas
“Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz, the legendary Cuban revolutionary and politician, passed away at the age of 90 on November 25, 2016. The man who indelibly altered the course of history for his home country, shaping it for generations, died as he lived: unbroken and undefeated. And though he may have died, his words of wisdom will live on in the minds of people all over the world”
Èzili’s Note on Statement by President Obama on the Passing of Fidel Castro: Considering Obama is a hard core US imperialist warmonger and colonizer for the super wealthy; considering the US tried endlessly to murder Castro more times than any other foreign president; and the fact that the Cubans in Florida are well rewarded by the US powers to identify themselves by their hatred of Castro, I found Obama statement curiously neutral and devoid of the vitriol heaped on Castro by the US powers subjugating the world’s poor whom Castro aptly championed and represented.
Walter Turner on the Legacy of Fidel Castro : Walter Turner, host of Africa today on KPFA speaks with Davey D about the legacy of Fidel Castro.
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