Alfredo Guevara, a Marxist who ran Cuba’s infamous ICAIC (Cuban Institute for the Arts and Industry of Cinematography), the propaganda film ministry of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, died in Cuba at the age of 87. Guevara had been hospitalized in one of the Cuban regime’s elite hospitals reserved for government officials and tourists but inaccessible and prohibited to regular Cubans.
The Miami Herald has a report on Guevara’s death HERE.
And Zoé Valdés comments on the passing of this despicable propagandist (in Spanish) HERE.
Here is are some excerpts from Zoé’s remarks (my translation):
[…] Alfredo Guevara died — as it would be expected in his case — in a luxurious Cuban hospital, the type of which only exist for old leaders such as him. By what I am reading, he died alone, or better said, in the company of two strangers; his secretary and a crazy old man from Miami who is a fanatic and a son of a bitch…
[…] He used to love to humiliate women. He despised them. Or to the contrary, he would use them, which is typical of some hypocritical Cubans.
[…] The last word I heard come out of his mouth directed at me was “sewer.” I threw the insult right back at him. He’s calling me a sewer! The same man who was nothing more than a pile of manure perfumed with Roger Gallet!