Bayamo, Cuba, Jul 26 (Prensa Latina) President Fidel Castro compared Cuba's social and humane exploits to a Plan devised by President (G.W.) Bush for "a democratic transition" on the Island.
"Granma province does not need a Yankee transition plan to educate, vaccinate and provide health care to the people," said Fidel on addressing National Rebel Day celebration.
Fidel Castro also noted that Cubans enjoy today what over 40 million US counterparts cannot even dream about.
"We should invite Mr. Bush and those talking of plans of transition to see in Granma the achievements of literacy, arts and culture," he said.
The White House recently approved a so-called Report from the Commission for the Assistance to a Free Cuba that manipulates the truth on the Cuban Revolution with explicit means to topple its legitimate government.
Fidel also noted local development in education, health, culture, sports, technology, social security, economic development, that helped win the national July 26th celebrations.
On that date in 1953 a group of youth led by the young attorney Fidel Castro led two attacks on military barracks from dictator Fulgencio Batista.
The actions became symbol of rebelliousness and catalyst of the 1959 triumph of the Revolution.