BREAKING NEWS: Cuban dictator and head of Cuba’s Communist Party, Fidel Castro, is still dead

Sources confirm that after 1,461 days, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro is still dead.

Via Notes from the Cuban Exile Quarter:

First Secretary, President, Prime Minister, and Secretary-General, Comandante Fidel Castro is still dead 1,461 days later

“How do you tell a Communist? Well, it’s someone who reads Marx and Lenin. And how do you tell an anti-Communist? It’s someone who understands Marx and Lenin.” – Ronald Reagan

First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, President of the Council of State of Cuba, President of the Council of Ministers of Cuba, Prime Minister, and Secretary-General of the Non-Aligned Movement, Comandante Fidel Castro is still dead.

The Cuban autocrat was friendly with his Spanish counterpart Francisco Franco, and declared days of mourning when the Generalissimo, Prime Minister, Head of State, and Caudillo died on November 20, 1975.

Four years ago, on a Black Friday that fell on November 25, 2016, Cuban tyrant Fidel Castro died at the age of 90 never having had to answer for his many crimes against humanity both in and out of Cuba. From Nicaragua, to Ethiopia, to Venezuela, and in many other places the Castro regime assisted tyrants and dictators to hold on to and consolidate their power. One day later in a blog post I predicted what would come next.

“Predictably over the next few weeks inside Cuba the world will see spectacles organized by the totalitarian dictatorship to “mourn the great leader.” The regime has already started with nine days set aside for official mourning. This will not be the first time that monsters are mourned by an oppressed people through different methods of command, control and manipulation. The world has witnessed it before in the Soviet Union in 1953 and more recently in North Korea with the Kim dynasty. The death of Stalin as dramatized in the film “The Inner Circle” is recommended viewing for those about to follow the circus in Cuba in the wake of Fidel Castro’s death. Meanwhile in Cuba as the regime prepares its state funeral the Castro dictatorship’s secret police begin to make threats, round up and take dissidents to undisclosed location and commit acts of violence.”

Four years later the fans of the late Cuban dictator are out trying to defend his legacy and repeating the lies to put him in a positive light. These apologists of the dictator need to hide and misrepresent the role played by the United States government and The New York Times in undermining Fulgencio Batista’s rule and bringing Fidel Castro to power. There are other inconvenient truths that are well documented and available for those seeking facts about the Cuba that existed prior to 1959 with warts and all, and what came after.

On this fourth anniversary of the dictator’s death it is a good time to remember some of his more memorable statements.

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