Suspect “leaders” mourn death of communist dictator Fidel Castro

President-elect Donald Trump speaks the truth

Cuba’s Communist dictator Fidel Castro has died at age 90.  In March of this year, Barack Obama used an executive order to normalize relations with the repressive regime after traveling to the struggling island nation 90 miles off Florida’s southern coast.

It’s worth noting that the reliably liberal Washington Post wrote this scathing assessment of Obama’s actions. The editorial stated that Obama’s acquiescence “eliminated U.S. leverage for political reforms.”

To commemorate Castro, Obama issued a statement expressing sympathy, saying in part, “At this time of Fidel Castro’s passing, we extend a hand of friendship to the Cuban people. Today, we offer condolences to Fidel Castro’s family, and our thoughts and prayers are with the Cuban people.’ Obama neglected to mention Castro’s decades-long, tyrannical suppression of human rights, imposition of forced labor and the brutal subjugation, disappearances and nearly 4,000 murder by firing squad of Cuban citizens Castro considered dissenters. Such truths don’t fit Obama’s paradigm.

Cuban Americans, who risked their lives fleeing the Communist regime, greeted the news of Castro’s death by dancing in the streets.

Arizona Republicrat Sen. Jeff Flake, a longtime supporter of opening diplomatic relations and tourist travel with the Communist regime was along as a willing GOP  prop for his basketball playing pal Barack Obama, with whom Flake’s cultivated a fast friendship.

Will there be a state trip to Cuba to pay respects to the evil dictator?  It should be remembered that Obama snubbed the funeral of Great Britain’s  conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

The embarrassing Pope Francis, a fellow traveler who met Fidel Castro when he visited Cuba last year, sent a telegram in Spanish to Fidel’s younger brother Raul, who currently rules the island, saying he had received the “sad news” of “the death of your dear brother,” adding, “I express to you my sentiments of grief.”

Not to be outdone, 92-year-old Democrat former president Jimmy Carter also mourned the murderous dictator, saying:  “Rosalynn and I share our sympathies with the Castro family and the Cuban people on the death of Fidel Castro. We remember fondly our visits with him in Cuba and his love of his country. We wish the Cuban citizens peace and prosperity in the years ahead.’ The tyrannical Castro had an odd way of exhibiting his “Love of his country.”

President-elect Donald Trump stood alone as a beacon of freedom as he issued this cogent statement: “The world marks the passing of a brutal dictator who oppressed his own people for nearly six decades; Fidel Castro’s legacy is one of firing squads, theft, unimaginable suffering, poverty and the denial of fundamental human rights.”

In a dramatic repudiation of both the radical status quo, and the unreliable Establishment, America clearly picked a winner on November 8, 2016.

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7 Responses to Suspect “leaders” mourn death of communist dictator Fidel Castro

  1. azgary says:

    the left/media calls the American people deplorable racist terrorists yet they’re calling Fidel Castro a revolutionary hero.

    speaks volumes.

  2. William Heuisler says:

    We were close to nuclear war.
    Just after the Cuban missile crisis ended with Khrushchev negotiating a deal with the United States Che Guevara told a British communist daily: “If the rockets had remained, we would have used them all and directed them against the very heart of the United States, including New York, in our defense against aggression.” Two years later at the United Nations, Fidel Castro said, “As Marxists, we have maintained that peaceful coexistence among nations that does NOT include coexistence between exploiters and the exploited.”

    We were very close.
    As part of Alpha 66 I witnessed the Sagua La Grande missile site on Cuba’s North coast and helped blow up another potential nuclear missile site at San Cristobal, using 81 MM mortars off the back deck of a shrimp boat.

    But added to the specter of Nuclear attacks then and now are the Communist dictator’s murderous contempt for the Cuban people in concentration camps for “incurable diseases” like AIDS and Tuberculosis. in prisons for disagreeing – all the refugees his Navy slaughtered on the beaches of northern Cuba and small boats in the
    Florida Straits.

    Look me up (Mercenary’s Tale) on Amazon for a first-person account of Castro’s nuclear precipice and the horrors of Castro’s treatment of Cuban refugees who only wanted to leave.

  3. VINOAZ says:

    Jimmy, AKA the nitwit, Carter is so predictable. He never met a dictator he did not like. Although he has been surpassed as the worst president in US history, he remains the worst former president. The pope is a moron, proof that liberalism is a moral disorder. No wonder Catholics vote liberal or leave the church and become evangelicals.

  4. Kathy says:

    Very telling of those who have never lived under a tyrant by their praise of one. They expose themselves daily and it is freedom loving people responsibility to continue to fight against them. Freedom is not free! President-elect Trump’s statement was dead on.kfenton4@outlook.com

  5. Conservative Since Birth says:

    “All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others” A quote from Animal Farm by George Orwell.

    Inside Fidel Castro’s life of luxury and ladies while country starved | New York Post
    http://nypost.com/2016/11/27/inside-fidel-castros-life-of-luxury-and-ladies-while-country-starved/

    Good riddance.

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    Looks like the only one who ever had the courage to stand up to Fidel Castro was his daughter Alina, whose mother was one of Castro’s mistresses. Although she knew that her father’s henchmen watched her like hawks, she escaped from Cuba in 1993. She lives in Florida and describes her father not as a dictator. but as a tyrant.

    In a book entitled “The Double Life of Fidel Castro—My 17 Years as Personal Bodyguard to El Lidor Maximo” by Juan Reinaldo Sanchez,
    it’s clear that Castro relied on ruthlessness and lies.
    He made his fortune by allowing Columbian drug cartels to use Cuba as a staging area.

    Another interesting piece of Cuban history comes from an article published today, Nov. 27, on thehill.com entitled “On Civil Rights, a Tale of Two Castros” authored by Chuck Hobbs. Mr. Hobbs, apparently an Afro-American, writes about Castro being a hero to American black people. But he is conflicted by Castro’s alleged treatment of Afro-Cubans. Mr. Hobbs seems to have an axe to grind with Spanish Cubans, even though he states that all Cubans have been treated badly. And using Obama-speak, Mr. Hobbs ends by writing that Castro should only be judged by his maker.

    • Ajo Joe says:

      Interesting back story. I recently read that Raul was actually more vicious than Fidel. Do you know if that’s true?

      I read your comments and know you have a lot of information, but were you aware Arizona actually had a very short term, Mexican-born governor named Raul Castro? He left early in his term because Jimmy Carter offered him an ambassadorship to Argentina, which he quickly grabbed.