Today we reach the six months milestone since Cuba’s President Fidel Castro transferred power to his designated successor, Defense Minister Raul Castro and other high level officials.
The exiles in Miami danced on the streets of Calle Ocho on July 31, 2006. The Cuban population inside the island went about their normal daily life. There were no mass uprisings, there were no demonstrations demanding the return of made-in-USA capitalist democracy.
In other words: the designs and hopes of American imperialism were thwarted one more time.
Cuba will continue improving its system and defending its independence and national sovereignty.
During those six months, the American people went to the polls and handed the Republican Party and President George Bush an ignominious defeat, turning over both houses of Congress to the Democratic Party. The prospects for reform and changes to our failed Cuba foreign policy appear bright.
The big losers are the South Florida promoters of hate.
Cuba released last night a new video of a healthier looking President Fidel Castro.