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Remembering the day Fidel Castro became Prime Minister

Our good friend Silvio Canto Jr. remembers the day Fidel Castro named himself Prime Minister of Cuba:

Remembering the day that Fidel Castro became Prime Minister of Cuba

1 comment to Remembering the day Fidel Castro became Prime Minister

  • Honey

    This, with its Reagan quote at the top, is a perfect foil for the post above.
    If generations don't understand what happened to the generation before them and blithely take their freedom for granted, and forget to truly understand what happened in the past, then it does not bode well for our future.