At “Washington Women’s March” Madonna (who recently wished her hero Che Guevara a “Happy Birthday”) fantasized about “Blowing up White House”

“Yes! I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House!” (Madonna at Washington Women’s March, 1/21/2017)

Rock-star Madonna (surrounded at the “Washington Women’s March” by women, blacks –and especially–black women) has often expressed her affection for Che Guevara--the co-founder of a totalitarian regime that outlawed rock music while jailing and torturing the most blacks and women in the modern history of the Western Hemisphere!

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In fact, Madonna recently tweeted the racist, misogynistic, mass-murderer a HAPPY BIRTHDAY! (unsurprisingly, she got the date wrong. Che Guevara’s birthday is actually on June, 15. (NOT May 15th like the imbecilic pop-star thought. )

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Gentleman on the top left: “If the missiles had remained in Cuba we would have fired them against the heart of the U.S.-including New York City. The victory of socialism is worth millions of atomic victims!”

Lady on top right:“Yes! I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House!”

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“I read Humberto Fontova’s book in two sittings. I couldn’t put it down!” ( Mark Levin on Exposing the Real Che Guevara.)
“Humberto’s a pretty cool guy!” (Dennis Miller)

“Humberto’s book is a very valuable book-a book badly needed around the world.” (Former Chairwoman of the House Committee on Foreign Relations Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R. Fl)

Stalinist Angela Davis to headline Washington Anti-Trump “Women’s March”

Stalinist Angela Davis will be among the honored keynote speakers at the  “Washington Women’s March.” 

Stalinist Angela Davis–who has not been “disavowed” (recall the media brou-hah-hah about Trump disavowing David Duke?) by a single “women’s rights leader”– is a major fan of the Castro regime– the Stalinist regime that jailed and tortured the most women political prisoners in the modern history of the Western hemisphere.

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No women in recent history (except probably many in North Korean prisons) suffered longer or more horrible political incarceration and torture than Castro’s female political prisoners. They were beaten and tortured and starved for years in KGB-designed prison cells beyond the reach of any international Human Rights organization. For refusing to snitch on their band of brothers and sisters even under ghastly KGB-tutored physical and mental torture many of these women suffered much worse and much longer terms and tortures in Cuban jails than the celebrated Elena Bonner suffered in Soviet jails.

Most of these heroic Cuban women are physically and/or mentally scarred for life from their ordeal in KGB-designed cells by KGB-tutored torturers.

“The national media has never shown the slightest interest in any of our  stories,” former Cuban political priosner  Caridad Roque confided to your humble servant.  Ms Roque was arrested by Castro’s KGB- trained police at the age of 19 and suffered 16 years of prison and torture in Cuba.

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“Humberto Fontova’s book teaches us truths about Castro’s island that are very discomfiting for many intellectuals.” Ana Botella (Spain’s former First Lady while giving a book reading in Madrid, upon “Fidel; HFT” release in Spain)

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Humberto Fontova has performed a great service for the cause of decency and human freedom. Every American should read this book. (David Horowitz on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant)

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“Le RRRONCA!”

“Cuba has probably the nearest thing to perfect equality between whites and blacks in the world today.” (HOLD ON, amigos!….That was Life Magazine in 1938!–Heard THAT, Soledad O’Brien?!)

Life Magazine caption: “Batista’s VALET helps him with his olive drab army uniform…”  (Yes, amigos:  in 1938–in the horribly racist place Soledad O’Brien described to me on Morning Joe– a BLACK Cuban head of state had WHITE valets!)

Better yet, the Black Cuban head of state being fussed over by a WHITE valet is the very head of state who Soledad O’Brien denounces for oppressing blacks in a horribly racist society!

Life magazine caption, on left: ‘Notice Negro boys. Cuba has probably the nearest thing to perfect equality between whites and blacks in the world today.”

Two years after this Life article’s publication, Cuba (73 per cent white at the time) freely elected a Black (by U.S. standards) President, Fulgencio Batista!

(Life magazine issue here. Batista piece starts page 20.)

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Soledad O’Brien , by the way, is a Harvard graduate. 

“No, no, no, no, NO!…Bogus!–UTTERLY BOGUS!..What you’re saying about pre-Castro Cuba is BOGUS!” (Reactionary Cuban-Cajun to Soledad O’Brien.)

(Entire video here.  My gig starts at 5 min. mark.)

 

“Humberto Fontova is a gifted polemicist who pulls no punches. A great service for liberty, justice and truth.” (The Weekly Standard  on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

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“In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)

“Oye  señores! Pero lo de este Fontova ya no tiene nombre!…Mira que le encanta joder!”

H/T to Joe Lima for heads-up on life article 7 years ago.)

Obama Surrenders to Castro AGAIN! (Ending Wet-Foot, Dry Foot–but further opening economic lifeline to the Stalinist regime)

Keep your eye on the ball, amigos!  It’s all about the U.S. cash pipeline Obama opened for the Castro-Family-Crime-Syndicate almost the minute he took office–and recently widened:

“It’s yet another cave-in by Obama to Castro,” said Humberto Fontova, a prominent author and journalist who fled Cuba as a boy while his father was imprisoned.

However, he told WND and Radio America it’s not the so-called “wet foot, dry foot” policy shift that enrages him the most.

“Folks, this is a smokescreen. This is cover. This is camouflage for the real issue here,” Fontova said. “What Obama did along with this is he abrogated the doctor asylum program. Read the fine print, folks.”

At issue is the Cuban policy of “Doctor Diplomacy,” which Fontova describes as Cuba sending doctors to many friendly or Third-World nations in exchange for large sums of money pumped into the Cuban treasury. He said the doctors get less than 10 percent of the money and their families are “held hostage” while they’re abroad.

In 2006, President George W. Bush instituted the aforementioned asylum program, allowing those Cuban doctors to defect to the U.S. by strolling into any one of America’s embassies around the world.

“That was costing the Castro regime dearly because what the host country would have paid for these quack doctors was being lost. It’s estimated this was bringing in about $8 billion to the Castro regime,” Fontova explained.

He said that money will flow more freely again now that Obama has reversed the Bush policy.

Fontova also pointed out that Obama is not clamping down on all Cubans entering the U.S. Those with visas are welcome, and he says how those visas are distributed is a scandal in itself.“Here’s the kicker. The issuance of those visas is outsourced by Obama to the Castro regime. The U.S. embassy in Havana leaves it up to Castro to decide who is going to get these visas,” Fontova said.

He said the visa recipients are chosen specifically to fleece the American welfare system for the benefit of Cuba, a strategy that Obama helped make easier by easing the U.S. remittance policy toward Cuba early in his administration.

“They sprint off the plane, run straight to the welfare offices, apply for the U.S. welfare benefits, which can total $1,200 a month, and almost immediately start wiring that money back to Cuba,” he said.

Fontova continued, “It’s estimated that last year $4 billion flowed from the U.S. to Cuba, thanks to Obama opening that lifeline and thanks to those so-called refugees that the Castro regime chooses.”

Our friends at WorldNetDaily help disseminate some items practically unknown outside the tiny Cuban-American informational ghetto.

“Humberto Fontova’s book teaches us truths about Castro’s island that are very discomfiting for many intellectuals.” (Ana Botella, Spain’s former First Lady while giving a book reading in Madrid, upon “Fidel; HFT” release in Spain)

“Humberto Fontova is a gifted polemicist who pulls no punches. A great service for liberty, justice and truth.” (The Weekly Standard  on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

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“In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)

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Hollywood’s Danny Glover Honors the Racist Che Guevara (who constantly disparaged “Negroes”) with tribute at his gravesite in Cuba (“My heart beat faster!–one of the most important moments in my life!”–hyperventilated Danny Glover.)

(“The Negro is indolent and spends his money on frivolities and drink, the European is forward-looking, organized and intelligent…The Negro has maintained his racial purity by his well known habit of avoiding baths.” Ernesto “Che” Guevara from his diaries. )

From Castro’s Commie Press: “U.S. actor and political activist Danny Glover visited the central Cuban city of Santa Clara and paid tribute to Comandante Ernesto Che Guevara. Touring the museum and memorial dedicated to Che, Danny Glover told reporters he was greatly impressed with the life of the Heroic Guerrilla leader.

The well-known actor said that Che was the embodiment of internationalism and that he admired the his principles and ideals. Danny Glover placed a flower in the niche where the remains of Ernesto Che Guevara rest. He said that he would remember this moment in Santa Clara and his visit to Che’s memorial for the rest of his life.

Accompanied by his wife, Elaine Cavalleiro, and by James Early, a renowned intellectual and activist, Danny Glover received a statue and special edition of a magazine dedicated to Ernesto Che Guevara.”

During a press conference shortly upon Castro and Che’s entry into Havana in 1959 Luis Pons, a prominent black Cuban businessman, asked Che Guevara, what his revolution planned on doing to help blacks. Che answered: “We’re going to do for blacks exactly what blacks did for our revolution. By which I mean: NOTHING!”

Che was much too modest. “Nothing” is not exactly accurate for the Castro regime’s treatment of Cuba’s blacks. In fact, these lily-white icons ( Che and Fidel) of American black “leaders” forcibly overthrew a Cuban government where blacks served as President of the Senate, Minister of Agriculture, Chief of Army, and Head of State (Fulgencio Batista), a grandson of slaves who was born in a palm-roofed shack. Not that you’d guess any of this from the liberals’ exclusive educational source on pre-Castro Cuba: Godfather II.

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“In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)

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“Humberto Fontova’s book teaches us truths about Castro’s island that are very discomfiting for many intellectuals.” Ana Botella (Spain’s former First Lady while giving a book reading in Madrid, upon “Fidel; HFT” release in Spain)

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Humberto Fontova has performed a great service for the cause of decency and human freedom. Every American should read this book. (David Horowitz on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant)

“Reading this book caused my heart to race and bile to rise. Here in Bulgaria most the items disclosed by Humberto Fontova were completely unknown.” — (Professor Todor Tanev, former Rector, Univ. of Sofia and until recently Bulgaria’s Minister of Education.)

“Even here in Poland many people were duped into believing the myth of Che Guevara. After reading Fontova’s excellent book, they will have have no excuse.” (Tomaz Pompowski, Polska Times,–division of The London Times– Warsaw, Poland)

“Demystifies the image of one of the most controversial icons of the century. Using an entertaining polemical style, Humberto Fontova gives us a totally unknown face of Che Guevara,” — (Livro e Tudo, Sao Paolo, Brazil. )chebooklevin
“I read Humberto Fontova’s book in two sittings. I couldn’t put it down!” ( Mark Levin on Exposing the Real Che Guevara.)

“Humberto’s a pretty cool guy!” (Dennis Miller)

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“Humberto’s book is a very valuable book–a book badly needed around the world.” (Former Chairwoman of the House Committee on Foreign Relations Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R. Fl)

 

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If Obama’s so worried about Russian spying–why does he invite their closest allies (Cubans) to inspect our vital defense facilities?….LE ZZZUMBA!!!

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In April 2016–On Obama’s orders–Top Cuban Military and Intelligence officials were given in-depth educational tour of vital U.S. Defense facilities.

 Until late 2015 some KGB-trained Cuban spies (The WASP network) were serving life sentences in maximum security U.S. federal prisons after convictions for attempting to gather information on this vital facility for U.S. security located in Key West….Then back in April 2016—on Obama’s orders, and owing to his “engagement” with terror-sponsoring, drug-running, Russian-client-state Cuba –—4  top Cuban Military and Intelligence officials were given an in-depth educational tour and a detailed briefing of this same vital  Defense Dept. facility—described as the U.S. Defense Department’s “command center on the war on drugs.”

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A delegation of Cuban government national security officials recently toured the Pentagon’s counter-drug center in Key West — a first, signaling a nascent effort in U.S.-Cuban security cooperation, the admiral in charge of the U.S. Southern Command disclosed Wednesday.

Navy Adm. Kurt Tidd described the effort to crack down on illegal trafficking in the Caribbean as an “area of mutual interest” between the two nations that restored diplomatic relations July 20, 2015.

…….Oh!…and by the way,: “Cuba is intelligence trafficker to the world” stresses recently retired spycatcher Col. Chris Simmons of the Defense Intelligence Agency. “Chris Simmons.  Among many others, the U.S. military secrets stolen by Castro’s spies have been sold to former regimes in Iraq, Panama and Grenada, alerting these dictatorships to U.S. military plans against them and costing untold American lives.

……..Oh!…and by the way, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency attributes half the world’s cocaine supply to Colombia’s FARC. 

……..Oh!…and by the way, the FARC’s late commander Tiro-Fijo is on record as boasting: “Thanks to Fidel Castro we became a powerful army.”

……..Oh!…and by the way, in July 1996, U.S. prosecutors  informed the Miami Herald that: “The case we have against Raul Castro right now (for drug-trafficking) is much stronger than the one we had against Manuel Noriega in 1988.

……..Oh!…and by the way, JUST LAST MONTH a Cuban ship was caught red-handed trying to smuggle 400 kilos of Cocaine to Belgium. (but since this news item made Obama look like an utter fool–if not something worse–it was kept very hush-hush by his lapdog mainstream media.)

“The discovery by Panamanian police of more than 400 kilograms of cocaine in a Cuban ship on its way to Belgium received little media coverage in the United States. The drugs, hidden among tanks of sugarcane honey, were found at the Panamanian Caribbean port of Colón by Panamanian Police Intelligence agents…Panamanian sources point out that the episode resembles the 2013 Cuban shipment of warplanes and missiles under tons of Cuban sugar on a North Korean cargo vessel to Pyongyang…”

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In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockckroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)

World Champions of Child Prostitution Honor Fidel Castro at UN (how fitting!)

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“On behalf of the G-77, which brings together 134 of the 193 U.N. member states, Thai Ambassador Virachai Plasai highlighted the worldwide reach and legacy of Fidel Castro, recalling Fidel’s work to support nations in need.

Dominican Ambassador, Francisco Cortorreal, speaking on behalf of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), highlighted the importance of Fidel’s legacy for regional integration, based on the principles of sovereignty, peace, and solidarity among peoples, reported Prensa Latina.”

You gotta hand it to the U.N. Representatives of  Thailand and the Dominican Republic for their graciousness. After all, lately Castro’s Cuba has been greedily horning-in on both of these third-world pesthole’s world-reknown tourist attractions–child prostitution.

Lesser men than  Virachi Plasai and Francisco Cortorreal might have been resentful of such an ambitious and hard-charging  competitor…..On the other hand, maybe they’re thanking Fidel Castro for bringing Cuba into their proud family-of-nations–for turning formerly prosperous Cuba into a fellow third-world pesthole where millions of desperate children turn to prostitution for survival…LE ZZZUMBA!!!

“The ECPAT Network – (End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism) in a study titled Child Prostitution and Sex Tourism in Cuba,” reports that: “In Cuba, the link between tourism and prostitution is perhaps more direct than in any other country that hosts sex tourists.” Such is the desperation of the brutalized and impoverished residents of a nation that prior to the glorious Castro/Che revolution enjoyed a higher per capita income than Japan and half the nations of Europe and that welcomed more immigrants (primarily from Europe) per-capita than the U.S.”

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“Absolutely devastating. An enlightening and shocking read you’ll never forget!” David Limbaugh on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

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“I read Fontova’s book in two sittings. i couldn’t put it down,” Mark Levin on Exposing the Real Che Guevara.

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“Le RRRONCA!!!”

The CIA has ALWAYS been riddled with leftists! Here a CIA officer SPITS ON THE GRAVES of Cuba’s anti-Communist freedom-fighters!

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Somehow given a platform in the the “International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence”  one of modern history’s most catastrophic blunderers in this genre (this CIA officer helped finance and propagandize for Fidel Castro, Raul Castro and Che Guevara while assuring Washington these worthy freedom-lovers had no communist links whatsoever)–this very IMBECILE (Robert. D. Chapman) is highly upset (embarrassed) that somebody (me) uncovered and exposed his stupidity.

Chapman’s embarrassment is manifested in a “review” of my book The Longest Romance ; The Mainstream Media and Fidel Castro. Not content with bashing me personally, Chapman also SPITS ON THE GRAVES of thousands of Cuba’s heroic freedom-fighters who–utterly alone –took on Castro’s Soviet-trained, armed and led  forces and fought them to their literal last bullet or to their death.

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On right: Raul Castro and the CIA’s Robert Weicha shake on a deal in 1958 (the “deal” was a scheme concocted by  Raul and Che Guevara’s KGB case-officer (Nikolai Leonov) which made monkeys of the CIA and opened the path for the Communist takeover of Cuba.) 
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“Me and my staff were all Fidelistas,” boasted Robert Reynolds, the CIA’s “Caribbean Desk’s specialist on the Cuban Revolution” from 1957-1960.

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Above: retired KGB-officer Nikolai Leonov is a frequent guest on Cuban TV where he and Raul fondly reminisce (we imagine) about the monkeys they made of the CIA, especially (we imagine) CIA officer Robert D. Chapman who was assigned to the area where Raul Castro operated.

Everyone in the CIA and everyone at State was pro-Castro, except (Republican) ambassador Earl Smith.” (CIA operative in Santiago Cuba 1957’59, Robert Weicha.)

“Don’t worry. We’ve infiltrated Castro’s guerrilla group in the Sierra Mountains. The Castro brothers and Ernesto “Che” Guevara have no affiliations with any Communists whatsoever.” (crackerjack Havana CIA station chief Jim Noel 1958.)
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(Above must be all photoshopped. Because former CIA station chief in Santiago (Robert D. Chapman)  Cuba says the Cuban anti-communist rebellion it never happened!)

Consider this: From 1957-59 (during the height of the Cold War) the United Stated government relied on crackerjack CIA officer Robert D. Chapman (who was CIA station chief in Santiago, Cuba) for crucial inside info on the Castro movement…Well, we all know the rest of DAT story!

But as they say: “A guilty conscience is the mother of invention.” So after Chapman & Co. helped ease Castro’s path to power, this crackerjack CIA “expert” also took it upon himself to rationalize Castro’s hold on power–by maligning the thousands of heroic Escambray freedom-fighters. From his review of my latest book:

“Mr. Fontova presents pictures of Cuba that never happened: “When Castro began to confiscate farms,” he writes, “the enraged campesinos (farmers) rose in arms in thousands…The resistance, 90 miles from the U.S. shores, involved ten times the number of rebels, ten times the number of casualties and more than twice the amount of time as the skirmish against Batista. Had the rebels gotten a fraction of the aid the Afghan Mujahedeen received, they would have been victorious.”

I debriefed a Cuban “guerrilla,” who gone into the Sierra Escambray, with his rifle, and he was there for 18 months. But he never fired a shot. I asked him why he never fired his rifle.

“Senor,” he said, “If I had fired my rifle, the Army would know I was there. They would come and kill me.”

Enough said! No more questions.”

Enough said indeed! Chapman debriefed ONE guerrilla! That’s his entire basis for discounting the Escambray rebellion! So all of Enrique Encinosa’s superb work on the Escambray rebellion–the interviews with fighters, etc.–is pure poppycock, apparently! My books cite Encinosa’s work extensively in the acknowledgements, the text and the footnotes.

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Chapman could have followed my footnotes. But his (guilty) mind is made up….folks, people like Chapman were the ones entrusted by the U.S. government first to inform them on Castro–then to OVERTHROW him! Any more questions about why Castro’s still there!?

“Even here in Poland many people were duped into believing the myth of Che Guevara. After reading Fontova’s excellent book, they will have have no excuse.” (Tomaz Pompowski, Polska Times,–division of The London Times– Warsaw, Poland)

“Demystifies the image of one of the most controversial icons of the century. Using an entertaining polemical style, Humberto Fontova gives us a totally unknown face of Che Guevara,” — (Livro e Tudo, Sao Paolo, Brazil. )chebooklevin
“I read Humberto Fontova’s book in two sittings. I couldn’t put it down!” ( Mark Levin on Exposing the Real Che Guevara.)

“Humberto’s a pretty cool guy!” (Dennis Miller)

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“Who jumped on rafts to escape Batista?–you wanna answer THAT?!” (Fontova DESTROYS Soledad O’Brien on MSNBC)

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Against Cuban-Americans,  liberals love to “play the Batista card,” –love to whip out their famous “reducto ad Batisteum….(you know, very similar to their use of the “Hitler card” or “reducto ad Hitlereum.”)

You know how it goes:  “Are you ACTUALLY defending the policies of Hilter, Batista, etc.!? etc. …blah…blah..blah!?)

This usually shuts their pet Politically-Correct Cuban-American adversary right up– or puts them on the defensive, hemming and hawing and nervously shuffling their feet and beating around the bush about how how “yes, certainly pre-Castro Cuba needed changes blah…blah…booh-hooh..whimper-whimper.”

HAH!…Well, Soledad O’Brien, Joe Scarborough  (and hundreds of thousand of unsuspecting MSNBC viewers) recently GAPED at the rebuttal when O’Brien tried pulling that card on a proudly UNrespectable and grotesquely REACTIONARY CUBAN-CAJUN!

“No, no, no ,no, NO!…what you’re saying (about pre-Castro Cuba) is BOGUS–UTTERLY BOGUS!” laughed O’Briens’ sparring partner as the former CNN hostess rapidly lost her cool. “WHO jumped on rafts to escape Batista? Can you please answer me THAT?…In fact during Batista’s rule more Americans lived in Cuba than did Cubans in the U.S.–and this was at a time that any Cuban could freely leave Cuba and get a U.S. visa for the asking! During that time Cuba had a higher standard of living than much of Europe!”

“More BOGUS stuff!” The reactionary author guest kept laughing at o’Brien –“In fact the U.S. HELPED put Castro in power. It’s documented by a former U.S. ambassador to Cuba “Everyone at the CIA and everyone at the State dept. was PRO-Castro,” he revealed!””No. No. No. No!..”

Safe to say that nothing so REMOTELY Politically-INcorrect about Cuba had EVER been heard in the mainstream media before. The reaction from conservative media was instant and amazing: (“DESTROYS!”–“SHUTS-DOWN!”–“SHELLACS!”–“EVISCERATES!”…etc.)

 

(Video here–My gig starts at 5 minute mark.)

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The “Shut-DOWN!” (According to The Daily Caller)

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The “EVISCERATION!” (According to The Daily Caller)

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The “TAKE-DOWN!” (According to Truth Revolt.)

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“The SCHOOLING!” (According to Independent Journal Review)

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“The “SHAMING!” (According to Daily Wire)

Entire Daily Caller article with video here.

Among the other highlights:

“Folks Castro regime jailed and tortured political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin’s regime during the great terror. They murdered, murdered, mostly by firing squad, more political prisoners in their first three years in power than Hitler’s regime murdered in his first six. They drove 20 times as many people to die trying to escape from Cuba as died trying to escape East Germany, and we’re hearing about complicated emotions? Please give me a break!”

 

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“Humberto Fontova’s book teaches us truths about Castro’s island that are very discomfiting for many intellectuals.” (Ana Botella, Spain’s former First Lady while giving a book reading in Madrid, upon “Fidel; HFT” release in Spain)

“Humberto Fontova is a gifted polemicist who pulls no punches. A great service for liberty, justice and truth.” (The Weekly Standard  on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

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“In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)

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Y PAL CARAJO!”….Le  ZZZUMBA!!!

“Oye  señores! Pero la verdad que a este Fontova LE ENCANTA JODER!”

When The Wall Street Journal (YES!–THE WALL STREET JOURNAL!) Threw a luncheon in HONOR of Fidel Castro!

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Above: Fidel Castro feted by the Wall Street Journal in 1996–a VIP luncheon in The WSJ’s Conference room in honor of the Stalinist who abolished Cuban private property and TWICE tried to incinerate and entomb everyone in that ritzy Manhattan banquet hall. And that’s a smitten David Asman of FoxBusiness craving an autograph from the Stalinist who abolished Cuban private property, stole $8 billion from U.S. businessmen at Soviet gunpoint and tortured and murdered several U.S. citizens who resisted his burglary.)…scroll below for more scenes from Fidel Castro’s visits to New York (Manhattan, which he TWICE tried to incinerate) in 1996 and 2000.  Only the ticker tape parade was somehow missing.

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(Fidel overcome by the adulation of his many, many New York fans)

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(Even New York’s Finest couldn’t resist mugging with the Stalinist who came within a hair of nuking their city. Charlie Rangel?….well you KNEW that!)

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“The Toast of Manhattan!” crowed Time magazine regarding Fidel Castro’s reception by Manhattan’s beautiful people on the Communist mass-murderer’s visit to New York in 1996.

“The Hottest Ticket in Manhattan!”also read a Newsweek story that week, referring to the social swirl that engulfed Castro in New York by the Manhattan media luminaries who barely escaped incineration by his hand.

First, there was a luncheon at the Council on Foreign Relations. After holding court there for a rapt David Rockefeller, along with Robert McNamara, Dwayne Andreas, and Random House’s Harold Evans, Castro flashed over to Mort Zuckerman’s Fifth Avenue pad, where a throng of Manhattan glitterati, including Mike Wallace, Peter Jennings, Tina Brown, Bernard Shaw, and Barbara Walters all jostled for a photo-op and stood in line for Castro’s autograph. Diane Sawyer was so overcome in the mass-murderer’s and warmonger’s presence that she rushed up, broke into that toothy smile of hers, wrapped her arms around Castro and gave him a warm smooch on the cheek.

“You people are the cream of the crop!” beamed the Stalinist/terrorist to the smiling Manhattanite throng he’d come within a hair of nuking.

“Hear, hear!” chirped the delighted Manhattanite guests, while tinkling their wine glasses in honor of the smirking agent of their near vaporization.

Everything above fully-documented here.


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“Humberto’s a pretty cool guy!” (Dennis Miller)

Hey! Know WHAT?! East Germany had FREE HEALTHCARE TOO! (But OVER TWENTY TIMES as many people died trying to escape Cuba as died trying to escape East Germany–so where’s the outrage?)

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What sane person would gladly suffer some fool of a professor, pundit or celebrity singing the praises of East Germany for it’s “social advances?” Even (sincere) liberals would cringe or scoff at such a jackass or scoundrel. The Berlin Wall and the Butcher’s Bill of German’s who died trying to escape by crossing it is all the proof most people (of good faith) need as proof that communist East Germany was a terrible place.

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Fine. Then why don’t all people of good faith cringe and scoff at all the jackasses and Castro agents (not the same thing) who hail Cuba’s social advances?..after all:  OVER TWENTY TIMES as many people have died trying to escape Castro’s Cuba as died trying to escape East Germany over the Berlin Wall. (Thorough documentation for this horrifying datum here.)

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(That’s America’s beloved Jack Lemmon top right , btw–Le ZZZUMBA!)

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RRRONCA!!!”

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“Absolutely devastating. An enlightening and shocking read you’ll never forget.” (David Limbaugh on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

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“In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)

The New York Times Still Lying about Fidel Castro (No. Sorry. Castro did not “defy” the U.S.)

“Fidel Castro has strong ideas of liberty, democracy, social justice, the need to restore the Constitution….but it amounts to a new deal for Cuba, radical, democratic and therefore anti-Communist.” (Herbert Matthews, New York Times, February 1957.)

“Fidel Castro, the fiery apostle of revolution who brought the Cold War to the Western Hemisphere in 1959 and then defied the United States for nearly half a century as Cuba’s maximum leader, bedeviling 11 American presidents and briefly pushing the world to the brink of nuclear war, died on Friday. He was 90.” (The New York Times, Nov. 26, 2017)

In fact, the highlighted section of the New York Times headline from 2017 is every bit as BOGUS as the headline from 1957.

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Oh…I know…I know….that bit about “Fidel Castro defying 11 U.S. Presidents!” is hardly a New York Times exclusive. Indeed, the meme appears in practically every media mention of Fidel Castro. As a media chant it’s as obligatory as “Cuba’s free and fabulous healthcare!” –and the claim is every bit as facetious and idiotic.

Let’s have a brief (but fully-documented) look at this history of “defiance,” shall we.

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`”Without U.S. help Fidel Castro would never have gotten into power,” flatly stated former U.S. Ambassador to Cuba Earl T. Smith during congressional testimony in 1960. He refers to the U.S. State Department and CIA’s role in aiding the Castro rebels, also to the U.S. arms embargo on Batista, also to the official U.S. order that Batista vacate Cuba. Ambassador Smith knew something about these events because he had personally delivered the messages to Batista.

Everyone in the CIA and everyone at State was pro-Castro, except (Republican) ambassador Earl Smith.” (CIA operative in Santiago Cuba 1957’59, Robert Weicha.)

Castro’s “defiance” of the U.S. at the time also involved his group’s pocketing a check for $5,000 from the CIA operative in Santiago, Robert Weicha. “Me and my staff were all Fidelistas,” boasted Robert Reynolds, the CIA’s “Caribbean Desk’s “specialist on the Cuban Revolution” from 1957-1960.

After Batista fled and Castro grabbed power, the U.S. abruptly changed diplomatic modes alright: never in history had the U.S. accorded diplomatic recognition to a Latin American regime as quickly as we recognized Castro’s.  The U.S. gave Castro’s regime its official benediction more rapidly than it had recognized Batista’s in 1952, and quickly lavished it with $200 million in subsidies.

Then In August of 1959 the liberal U.S. ambassador to Cuba, Philip Bonsal, alerted Castro to a conspiracy against his regime by Cubans. Thanks in part to ambassador Bonsal’s solicitude for a regime then insulting his nation as “a vulture preying on humanity” and poised to steal $2 billion from U.S. stockholders, the anti-Castro plot was foiled, hundreds of the anti-Communist Cuban plotters imprisoned, and the regime that three years later came closest to vaporizing many of America’s biggest cities (including Bonsal’s home) with nuclear missiles, survived.

“We ended up getting exactly what we’d wanted all along,” writes Nikita Khrushchev about their bulldog bargaining. “Security for Fidel Castro’s regime and American missiles removed from Turkey. Until today the U.S. has complied with her promise not to interfere with Castro and not to allow anyone else to interfere with Castro (emphasis added). After Kennedy’s death, his successor Lyndon Johnson assured us that he would keep the promise not to invade Cuba.” Henry Kissinger, as Gerald Ford’s secretary of state, renewed the pledge.

After the missile crisis “resolution,” Castro’s “defiance” of the United States took the form of the U.S. Coast Guard and even the British Navy (when some intrepid exile freedom-fighters moved their operation to the Bahamas) shielding him from exile attacks.

So, far from “defying” a superpower, Castro hid behind the skirts of two superpowers, plus the British Empire.

The (few) people on earth actually in the know about the history of U.S.-Cuba relations mostly laugh at the media/academic idiocies on this topic. Take “former” KGB Colonel Nikolai Leonov who served as Raul Castro’s case-officer starting in 1954:

“The so-called re-establishment of relations (between the U.S. and Cuba in 2015) is really no big deal. These relations were already in place.” (Nikolai Leonov)

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Above:  Raul Castro and his old KGB-handler Nikolai Leonov, yukking it up while reminisicing about the monkeys they made of the CIA in Cuba and the idiocies the mainstream media habitually spreads about U.S. Cuba relations. (idiocies THEY planted with the media.)

“In 1958 with Cuba under a “U.S.-backed dictator,” with the U.S. “controlling Cuba’s economy,” etc. the staff of the U.S. embassy in Cuba numbered 87, including Cuban employees.

In 2014 with supposedly no diplomatic relations with Cuba the U.S. the staff of the U.S. Interest Section in Havana numbers 351 including Cuban employees. In fact, for well over a decade the U.S. had twice as many diplomatic personnel in Havana as Canada and Mexico combined. In the Twilight Zone occupied by the U.S. media this was termed “diplomatic isolation.”

“Humberto Fontova’s book teaches us truths about Castro’s island that are very discomfiting for many intellectuals.” (Ana Botella, Spain’s former First Lady while giving a book reading in Madrid, upon “Fidel; HFT” release in Spain)

“Humberto Fontova is a gifted polemicist who pulls no punches. A great service for liberty, justice and truth.” (The Weekly Standard  on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

 


“Humberto Fontova has performed a great service for freedom and human decency. Every American should read this book.” (David Horowitz on Fidel: Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

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“In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)

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“Le ZZZUMBA!!!”

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LE RRRONCA!!!

Cuban-American “EVISCERATES(!!!)”–“SHELLACKS(!!!)”–“SHUTS DOWN(!!!)”–“TAKES-DOWN(!!!)”–“SHAMES(!!!)”–“SCHOOLS(!!!)” CNN’s Soledad O’Brien on MSNBC!

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The “Shut-DOWN!” (According to The Daily Caller)

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The “EVISCERATION!” (According to The Daily Caller)

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The “TAKE-DOWN!” (According to Truth Revolt.)

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“The SCHOOLING!” (According to Independent Journal Review)

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“The “SHAMING!” (According to Daily Wire)

Entire Daily Caller article with video here.

Among the highlights:

“Folks Castro regime jailed and tortured political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin’s regime during the great terror. They murdered, murdered, mostly by firing squad, more political prisoners in their first three years in power than Hitler’s regime murdered in his first six. They drove 20 times as many people to die trying to escape from Cuba as died trying to escape East Germany, and we’re hearing about complicated emotions? Please give me a break!”

“Who jumped on rafts to escape Batista? Can please answer me that?…In fact during Batista’s rule more Americans lived in Cuba than did Cubans in the U.S.–and this was at a time that any Cuban could freely leavd Cuba and get a U.S. visa for the asking! During that time Cuba had a higher standard of living than much of Europe!”

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“No, no, no ,no, no…what you’re saying is BOGUS, UTTERLY BOGUS….In fact the U.S. HELPED put Castro in power. It’s documented by a former U.S. ambassador to Cuba “Everyone at the CIA and everyone at the State dept. was PRO-Castro,” he revealed!”

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Le  ZZZUMBA!!!

Mass-Murderer/Mass-Torturer/War-Monger/Terror-Sponsor Fidel Castro Dies–Media Continues Spreading Romantic Fairy Tale About HIM!

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None of the items below have been mentioned by the mainstream media:

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Fidel Castro jailed and tortured political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin during the Great Terror. He murdered more Cubans in his first three years in power than Hitler murdered Germans during his first six.

He beat ISIS to the game by over half a century by filming many of his thousands upon thousands of murders for the media-shock value.

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He came closest of anyone in history to (wantonly) starting a worldwide nuclear war.

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In the above process he converted a highly-civilized nation with a higher standard of living than much of Europe and swamped with immigrants into a slum/sewer ravaged by tropical diseases and with  the highest suicide rate in the Western hemisphere.Over TWENTY TIMES as many people (and counting) have died trying to escape Castro’s Cuba as died trying to escape East Germany. Yet prior to Castroism Cuba received more immigrants per-capita than almost any nation on earth—more than the U.S. did including during the Ellis Island years.

He helped train and fund  practically every terror group on earth, from the Weathermen to Puerto Rico’s Macheteros, from Argentina’s Montoneros, to Colombia’s FARC, from the Black Panthers to the IRA  and from the PLO to AL Fatah.

Would anyone guess any of this from reading the media today?  Or from reading President Obama’s message of condolences to the terror-sponsoring Castro family?

Every item above thoroughly documented here.

“Humberto Fontova’s book teaches us truths about Castro’s island that are very discomfiting for many intellectuals.” (Ana Botella, Spain’s former First Lady while giving a book reading in Madrid, upon “Fidel; HFT” release in Spain)

“Humberto Fontova is a gifted polemicist who pulls no punches. A great service for liberty, justice and truth.” (The Weekly Standard  on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

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“Absolutely devastating. An enlightening and shocking read you’ll never forget.” (David Limbaugh on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)


“Humberto Fontova has performed a great service for freedom and human decency. Every American should read this book.” (David Horowitz on Fidel: Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant.)

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“In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)

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Le RRRONCA!!!”

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