Saturday, November 26, 2016

Eulogy for Fidel

The Historical and Maximum Leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Rúz, has passed away.

He liberated the island from the yoke of the corrupt Yankee imperialists!

Undefeated and proud, his light will always shine! Eternal glory to him!

A patriot and a giant, the greatest Cuban that ever lived has entered the glorious pages of Cuba's immortal history.

Cuba had to fight twice for its national independence and sovereignty. First, under the leadership of El Apóstol, José Martí, it battled the Spanish colonial empire at the end of nineteenth century. But his dream went unfullfilled. The second time, with El Comandante Fidel Castro at the helm, it valiantly fought and overthrew a U.S. supported dictator. On January First, 1959, Cuba's Revolution's Maximum Leader, together with all the Cuban people, sent the despot's henchmen to live in eternal ignominy in capitalist-decadent Miami, Florida, USA.

On that glorious day, Cuba was, for the first time, a truly independent and sovereign nation.

This date is as significant as Bastille Day in France and the glorious Russian and Chinese Revolutions victories.

The Yankee imperialists tried just about everything to subvert the will and the desires of the Cuban people: the CIA trained scummy Miami mercenaries and landed them at the Bay of Pigs on April 17 of 1961. They were slapped on the face and defeated in less than 66 hours. It was the first military defeat of the Yankee imperialists in Latin America.

Hundreds of assassination attempts were directed against the Maximum Leader by the empire's evil CIA. They all came to naught. A brutal and genocidal economic and financial blockade was imposed on the island in 1962 by the womanizing president of the Yankees. It did not accomplish its goal.

In 2015, the U.S. was condemned by 193 civilized countries of the world at the General Assembly of the United Nations, where the evil empire does not have veto powers. Even NATO members condemned the actions and policies of the bullies and gangsters of the north. The yankee imperialists were, at that point, totally alone.

Now, more that ever, the Cuban people must be alert and on guard in order to thwart the desires and plans of the capitalist scum in Washington D.C. and Miami, who are still trying to turn back the clock to the era before 1959.


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