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alfredo79 26-11-2016 11:39 AM

Fidel Castro is dead
 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...-dies-aged-90/

alfredo79 26-11-2016 11:40 AM

My greetings to an revolutionary hero, with even his "highs" and "lows".

paddy_blake 26-11-2016 11:41 AM

Sorry, I don't have sympathies for dictators.

gremlin 26-11-2016 11:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by paddy_blake (Post 1062842197)
Sorry, I don't have sympathies for dictators.

Same ere, well said.

I bet the lefties are all crying over this dictator dieing, and the righties are all with cheers, DOH! duality.

alfredo79 26-11-2016 11:45 AM

Western democracy remains de facto a dictatorship but with more hiprocrisy and mediations.

madbomber 26-11-2016 11:48 AM

Did the CIA get him at long last?

andy1033 26-11-2016 11:48 AM

What ever the rights or wrongs about castro, you have to have something, to live till 90, being targeted by the usa.

Whether he did many wrong things(which leader doesn't), you have to hand it to him, that living till 90, while being an american target for who knows how long. That is something you have to give him credit for.

Just imagine after the cuban missile crisis, how much america would of wanted him dead. Long before i was born, but i would assume, because of that, america want after him in a big way, and he survived. I would assume the way america is, they were pretty angry, by what happened on there doorstep.

You got to hand it to him, no matter if he did bad things, to stand out against the evils of usa for that long. The man deserves some credit.

karmatose 26-11-2016 12:21 PM

No doubt that Fidel Castro had flaws but his legacy and that of post-revolution Cuba is remarkable; not to recognise it is a sure sign of acute confirmation bias.

To stand up to the imperial forces of the USA is one thing but for a small island off the US coast to hold its nerve in checkmate for half a century is something else.

Castro survived at least 630 assassination attempts; most by the CIA.

Cuba survived over 50 years of crippling US sanctions; a testament to the resilience and ingenuity of people of Cuba (see video below).

Cuba provided more foreign medical aid than all the G8 countries combined.

Some like to bring up the Cubans who fled to Florida, presumably in pursuit of the capitalist dream but those same people would scoff at the Black Friday zombies; the realistic epitome of that ideal for many. For me, the ideal state is contentment and perhaps my impression of Cuba is the product of my own confirmation bias but does anybody actually think that the current cancerous level of capitalism with all the sickness required to exist within it is a goal worth pursuing?

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/v-XS4aueDUg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

lastprophet 26-11-2016 12:28 PM

Fidel Castro, illuminati bomber: MILESTONES: Cuba Caddillacs NOT one
 
Fidel Castro, illuminati bomber: MILESTONES: Cuba Caddillacs NOT one of them
Nov 26, 2016 - Castro officially passed away, he's no longer a "living legend". Time to check his real record(s).

Fidel Castro "living legend for an anti-imperialist champion": best seller hoax
Castro's title has now finally been stripped of its first two words.
Fidel Castro has officially pulverized all duration records for the "anti-imperialist/anti-capitalist living legend/head of state" type of hoaxes: it survived SEVEN decades, from the 50s of last century until the 10s of the new millenium.

Castro's real title and duration records
Castro has indeed pulverized real duration record, but as illuminati suicide bomber: the duration of his self-detonation is second to none, not only among those who were pronouced dead before the full detonation but also for ANY subtype but one.
The exeception: Obama, who had already the title for the duration of postponing a full-detonation, at now more than 8 years.

Fidel Castro casted in scripts setting illuminati milestones.
One of these scripts had treasonous agent Castro casted simply as actor.
In other scripts Castro was casted in the specific role of illuminati bomber, from classic to suicide.

Milestones set by scripts where Fidel Castro played the suicide bomber role
All you need is paradoxically to get this:
Fidel turning Cuba into the world's only rolling car museum is NEITHER a milestone for illuminati suicide bombers NOR for those among them dressed as communists.

Fidel Castro's Cuba Caddillacs: Why it's NOT an illuminati milestone
A similar and more impacting milestone had already been set before Castro.
The milestone was originally scripted for german illuminazi agent "Lenin".
At the end of the day it would be only set more than 3 decades later by [_ H _ _ _ _ _ _].

Castro's ONLY milestone NOT in the illuminati bomber role: a paradox
[_ H _ _ _ _ _ _] was the illuminati agent who "coincidentally" shared with Fidel Castro and exceptionally also with a non-actor the leading role in the only illuminati milestone where Castro played a major role NOT in the specific bomber role but rather simply as actor.
It was paradoxically the only Castro related illuminati milestone that had BOMBS as one of the two words in the KEYWORD served to the audience.

Cuba: world's only rolling car museum - for dummies
to be continued
...

CONTEXT
Try to guess who [_ H _ _ _ _ _ _] was (as well as the non-actor who also had a leading role) before checking the answer in this act of illuminati theater from Jul 2014, "coincidentally" a parody of the milestone where [_ H _ _ _ _ _ _] shared a leading role with Castro.
In this remake, 5 decades later, the leading role was assigned to the impersonator of murdered Putin.
http://angelic-vladimir-putin.blogsp...-base-for.html

BASICS
Castro's milestones in the role of suicide bomber:
Ernesto Che Guevara, a martyr who was not aware of the illuminati
http://end-times-heroes.blogspot.com...o-was-not.html

For Obama's duration record:
"Osama resurrects in Jerusalem" - why missing Boeing 777 script postponed, modified
Show to end all shows: Introduction: First act was scripted for one year before the last!!
Explanation reads like a chronicle of how illuminati overtime was extended after the original end date, Easter Sunday 2012.
Published days after Easter Sunday 2015
After 1,000 articles in 100 blogs, this was the first and so far only one to include an exclamation mark.
Explanation for Easter Sunday 2016 added together with the second one.
http://illuminati-overtime.blogspot....ects-2012.html

polyhedron 26-11-2016 02:20 PM

Ha! Technological dissobedience is the story of my life. I began recharging primary cells back in the 70's and got it to a fine art in the 80's because I couldn't afford to keep buying new batteries for my toys and radios. I was always on the hunt for stuff which I stripped and recycled. I would have been a lot happier had I been born in Cuba where this sort of thing was actively encouraged. If I had lived in Cuba I would have dug vast underground complexes. I imagine therefore that the Cubans did build vast underground complexes and have a science far beyond what they will publicly reveal.

This is because the public are a toxin. But everywhere, if it wishes to survive must form into many small communities the size of Cuba. Thousands of them must bud. More Castros are needed. More shall come forth.

grandmasterp 26-11-2016 02:22 PM

He had a good innings.
RIP beardie.
:)

polyhedron 26-11-2016 02:26 PM

As for those expat Cubans who fled to Miami, what did they achieve? Well, they formed the hoards found on Black Fridays. Let them cheer. I cheer too, but for a different reason. They think that with Castro gone, that they will get to own Cuba and turn it into a slave colony that will build them palaces so these expats can live like kings. That's what exists in the minds of Black Friday shoppers.

cosmic tramp 26-11-2016 02:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by grandmasterp (Post 1062842282)
He had a good innings.
RIP beardie.
:)

Fidel outlived his opponents more often than Arthur Scargill.

grandmasterp 26-11-2016 02:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cosmic tramp (Post 1062842290)
Fidel outlived his opponents more often than Arthur Scargill.

He made the world record longest UN speech.
"LONGEST SPEECH: Castro holds the Guinness Book of Records title for the longest speech ever delivered at the United Nations: 4 hours and 29 minutes, on Sept. 29, 1960. His longest speech on record in Cuba was 7 hours and 10 minutes in 1986 at the III Communist Party Congress in Havana."

paddy_blake 26-11-2016 03:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andy1033 (Post 1062842205)
What ever the rights or wrongs about castro, you have to have something, to live till 90, being targeted by the usa.

Whether he did many wrong things(which leader doesn't), you have to hand it to him, that living till 90, while being an american target for who knows how long. That is something you have to give him credit for.

Just imagine after the cuban missile crisis, how much america would of wanted him dead. Long before i was born, but i would assume, because of that, america want after him in a big way, and he survived. I would assume the way america is, they were pretty angry, by what happened on there doorstep.

You got to hand it to him, no matter if he did bad things, to stand out against the evils of usa for that long. The man deserves some credit.

See this is my problem with the left (as the right). They're fine with dictators, so long as they follow what they believe is their agenda. It's the entire problem with the left-right paradigm, that people will give over themselves to an authority so easily.

dmckenna 26-11-2016 04:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by grandmasterp (Post 1062842304)
He made the world record longest UN speech.
"LONGEST SPEECH: Castro holds the Guinness Book of Records title for the longest speech ever delivered at the United Nations: 4 hours and 29 minutes, on Sept. 29, 1960. His longest speech on record in Cuba was 7 hours and 10 minutes in 1986 at the III Communist Party Congress in Havana."

Only the 7 hours!!?? A poor man's David Icke :cheerleader::lol:

sparkplug 26-11-2016 05:51 PM

In the next 12 months Cuba will probably be over loaded with McDonalds, KFC, Burger King etc.

It's the end of an era and soon Cuba will soon revert back to what it was before the revolution.

90 is a very good innings especially with a huge target on his back.

madbomber 26-11-2016 06:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sparkplug (Post 1062842423)
In the next 12 months Cuba will probably be over loaded with McDonalds, KFC, Burger King etc.

It's the end of an era and soon Cuba will soon revert back to what it was before the revolution.

90 is a very good innings especially with a huge target on his back.

I think you may well be right with the multinationals will take the place of the mafia. When Batista was in power, Havana was full of casinos, brothels, and all manner of things geared to supplying the rich tourists that flocked there. Casto gave them the boot and now he's gone, they'll be lining up to bring the benefits of American consumer culture to the Cubans. Maybe some will welcome this but I wouldn't mind betting that a debt economy will soon be running rampant there as people scramble to buy electronics, cars, and other stuff.

h2pogo 26-11-2016 07:06 PM

Fair play to him for keeping the above mentioned corporations and property Speculators/developers out for his long life:clap:

And long may Cubans reject the system of debt slavery thats inevitable now..

h2pogo 26-11-2016 07:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by madbomber (Post 1062842446)
I think you may well be right with the multinationals will take the place of the mafia. When Batista was in power, Havana was full of casinos, brothels, and all manner of things geared to supplying the rich tourists that flocked there. Casto gave them the boot and now he's gone, they'll be lining up to bring the benefits of American consumer culture to the Cubans. Maybe some will welcome this but I wouldn't mind betting that a debt economy will soon be running rampant there as people scramble to buy electronics, cars, and other stuff.

They just stated a mortgage market over the last year or so, before i dont think you could buy or sell land or houses, rents i think were kind of illegal? there was no real debt to live.
Once that market is opened internationally the people are doomed imho..

People seem to forget the revolutionary spirit behind the revolutions of the day were mostly about the people reclaiming their land..


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