They battled Soviet imperialism as courageously and desperately as Ukrainians, Hungarians, Finns, etc.–but the world ignored (and still ignores) them–when not denouncing them as “pawns of MOBSTERS! the CIA !,” etc, etc.: (Cuba’s Freedom-Fighters at the Bay of Pigs, Escambray, etc.)

“We are on a crusade against kulaks like you were in 1930,” (Cuban Communist Flavio Bravo whimpering and asking for help from his sugar-daddy Nikita Khrushchev in 1960.. 

Farm collectivization was no more voluntary in Cuba than in the Ukraine. And Cuba’s Kulaks (rednecks) had guns, a few at first anyway. Around 1960 thousands of Cuba’s enraged campesinos grabbed their guns and started fighting desperately as Castro and Che started stealing their land to build Soviet Kolkhozes, while murdering and jailing all who resisted.

I won’t bother asking if you’ve ever heard of this ferocious insurgency on our very doorstep from The FAKE History Channel, FAKE News Media, or your professors, amigos. These valiant and desperate insurgents were fighting the Left’s premier pin-up boys: Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. That’s all you need to know about the media/ Hollywood silence. This (thoroughly-documented) insurgency turns on its very head everything the Media/Hollywood complex would have us believe about Che Guevara and Fidel Castro. 

Alarmed by the widespread and savage insurgency, Castro and Che sent a special emissary named Flavio Bravo whimpering to their sugar-daddy Khrushchev. “We are on a crusade against kulaks like you were in 1930,” whimpered this old–line Cuban Communist party member. 

In short order, Soviet military “advisors,” still flush from their success against their own campesinos in the Ukrainian Holocaust were rushed to Cuba. 

This anti-Stalinist rebellion 90 miles from U.S. shores and involving ten times the number of rebels, ten times the casualties and lasting twice as long as the puerile skirmish against Batista, found no intrepid U.S. reporters anywhere near Cuba’s hills. What came to be known as The Bay of Pigs invasion was originally planned as a link-up with the Cuban resistance of the time, which was more numerous (per-capita) than the French resistance before D-Day. 

Everything above thoroughly documented in these internationally-acclaimed books.

Justin Trudeau idolized and eulogized Fidel Castro, who jailed and tortured at a higher rate than Stalin during The Great Terror and murdered more political prisoners in his first three years in power than Hitler murdered in his first six.

“It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest serving President. “Fidel Castro was a larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century. A legendary revolutionary and orator, Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation.

“I know my father was very proud to call him a friend and I had the opportunity to meet Fidel when my father passed away. It was also a real honour to meet his three sons and his brother President Raúl Castro during my recent visit to Cuba.

“On behalf of all Canadians, Sophie and I offer our deepest condolences to the family, friends and many, many supporters of Mr. Castro. We join the people of Cuba today in mourning the loss of this remarkable leader.”


Ted Turner Denies Cuban Holocaust–says “it has never been proven that Castro killed anyone.” We patiently await his censure by media establishment

Bill O’REILLY: “Fidel Castro, do you admire the man?”

Ted TURNER: Yes.

O’REILLY: “Now he has murdered people. He’s imprisoned people. There are political prisoners now. He won’t let his people use the Internet. Nobody can use that. And you admire the guy?”

TURNER: “Well, I admire certain things about him. He’s trained a lot of doctors, and they’ve got one of the best educational systems in the developing world. And you know, he’s still popular with a lot of people down there. ..”

REILLY: “But he’s a killer. He’s a killer. He’s a guy who…”

TURNER:But that has never, to my knowledge, that’s never been proven. I mean…

O’REILLY: He’s executed political prisoners. I mean, he enslaves people who don’t see it the way he sees it. Come on. He runs a dictatorship!”

From interview on Fox News, Dec. 10, 2008.

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ABC Punishes Whoopi Goldberg for her stupidity on the Holocaust (she didn’t deny or downplay it–simply mis-characterized it.) Fine–but when will ABC punish Diane Sawyer for hugging and kissing mass-murdering terrorist Fidel Castro, whose lifelong obsession was the destruction of the U.S.?

“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 in these internationally-acclaimed books.

Everything above thoroughly documented in these internationally-acclaimed books.

A Plague on Joe Rogan Too–(for helping spread Castro-regime propaganda by T.J. English and Oliver Stone. “How The Mob ran Cuba!”… “How Cuban exiles are mostly gangsters! And assassinated JFK!…blah…blah…blah!”)

Much of English’s book Havana Nocturne was written in Cuba with the full collaboration of the Castro regime’s propaganda ministry.  In fact, the primary source for English’s book, cited no fewer than 72 times in quotes and footnotes, is a propaganda apparatchik of Castro’s totalitarian regime named Enrique Cirules. (Who perished 4 years ago.)

The late Castro regime  propaganda apparatchik Enrique Cirules, worked at the Castro-regime’s propaganda bureau known as “Casa de las Americas,” which essentially publishes and promotes the Castro regime’s propaganda in books and articles under the guise of “art.” In 1983, a high-ranking Cuban intelligence officer named Jesus Perez Mendez defected to the U.S. and spilled his guts to the FBI. Among his spillings we encounter the following: “The Cuban DGI (Directorio General de Inteligencia, Castro’s KGB-trained Secret service) controls Casa de las Americas.”

Worse still, Communist propaganda apparatchik Enrique Cirules  accused TJ English of plagiarizing his propaganda screeds word for word! To wit:

“I have no intention of talking to Mr. T.J. English,” harrumphed Casa de Las Americas official Enrique Cirules.  “ Instead, I’m offering figures, data and clear evidence of his plagiarism. In his book Havana Nocturne (2008) T.J. English did not quote my work; instead, 72 times he mentioned the name of Cirules in an attempt to justify plagiarizing more than 260 pages from the novels El Imperio de La Habana and La vida Secreta de Meyer Lansky.”

Among the Cuban propaganda ministry memes parroted by TJ English in his Havana Nocturne: “The financial largesse that flooded Cuba (during the 40’s and 50’s) could have been used to address the country’s social problems” stresses  T.J. English who (lest he disappoint his KGB-mentored Cuban propaganda ministry collaborators) proceeds to list them:“Hight infant mortality”–in fact, Mr. Castro-Collaborator TJ English, Cuba’s infant mortality in 1958 was the 13 lowest–not in Latin America, not in the Hemisphere–but in the WORLD.

“Subhuman housing” —in fact, Mr. Castro-Collaborator TJ English, Cuba’s per capita income in 1958 was higher than half of Europe’s.

“Dispossession of small farmers”– in fact, Mr. Castro-Collaborator TJ English, Cuba’s agricultural wages in 1958 were higher than half of Europe’s. And–far from huge “latifundia” hogging the Cuban countryside– the average Cuban farm in 1958 was SMALLER than the average farm in the U.S.)

‘Illiteracy”-In fact, Mr. Castro-Collaborator TJ English, in a mere 50 years since a war of independence that cost Cuba almost a fifth of her population, Cuba managed 80 per cent literacy and budgeted the most( 23 % of national expenses) for public education of any Latin American country. Better still, Cubans were not just literate but also educated, allowed to read George Orwell and Thomas Jefferson along with the arresting wisdom and sparkling prose of Che Guevara.

And lest you think T.J. English is biased or lazy, he also commiserated at length with, and thus thanks in his acknowledgment section, some sources on this side of the Florida straits: Bernardo Benes, Estela Bravo and Max Lesnick!…So you see?…he’s very credible and objective!

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Forget Neil Young for a minute, next to his former partners he’s a brilliant freedom-lover. Stephen Stills, for instance, performed in Havana in 1979 for regime apparatchiks and kin then wrote a song IN HONOR OF FIDEL CASTRO and the regime that jailed and tortured youths for the crime of listening to music by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. And Graham Nash was a prominent member of “Actors and Artists United for the Freedom of The Cuban Five.”

in 1979 Fidel Castro (whose regime murdered more political prisoners than pre-war Hitler’s and jailed political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin’s) invited Stephen Stills to perform in Cuba, the famous Woodstocker could hardly contain his elation. The fervent champion of human-rights, civil rights and free-speech (indeed CSNY’s last tour was titled “The Free-Speech Tour”) not only took up the offer to perform at this “Havana-Jam,” but also composed a song in Castro’s honor, titled “Cuba al Fin!”

Jazz-master Paquito’d Rivera, in Cuba at the time, recalls watching Stills on stage at Havana’s Karl Marx theatre lovingly crooning the song to the families of Castro’s Stalinist nomenklatura as if Havana-Jam were a personal performance for the mass-murderer himself. Within blocks of this cheeky “Havana-Jam,” (which also included famous Human-Rights activist Kris Kristofferson) Cuban youths, black and white, languished in dungeons suffering longer prison sentences than Nelson Mandela’s. The Cubans’ crimes were attempting free speech.

“They (Castro’s Stalinist regime) invited me because they knew I was politically astute,” gloated Stephen Stills regarding the acumen and good taste of his Cuban hosts, who to this day jail and torture youths for the crime of saying “Down with Fidel!”

“You have to give them (Cuba’s Stalinists) due respect because they have a unique form of socialism that’s very significant in the scheme of world history,” Stills further hailed his hosts.

Oh, it’s unique alright, Mr. Stills. Few 20th Century regimes jailed and tortured youths en masse for the crime of growing long hair and craving music by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.

If you believe in justice
If you believe in freedom
Let a man live his own life
Rules and regulations who needs them!
(Chicago, lyrics by Graham Nash)

Yet Graham Nash was a long-time champion of a regime (Castro’s) that regulates more of it’s subjects activities than has almost any regime in the modern history of the human race, from what they eat to what they read, from where they travel to where they work, etc. etc.

The regime celebrated by Graham Nash has bound and gagged more political prisoners than any regime in the modern history of the Western hemisphere.

Graham Nash has often visited Stalinist Cuba and was was prominent in the “Free The Cuban Five and End the Cuban Blockade,” communist propaganda campaigns.

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It’s TRUE! It’s TRUE! There was INDEED a “U.S.-Backed Dictator” in Cuba–(but his name was Fidel Castro–not Fulgencio Batista.)

January 7, 1959, marks a milestone in U.S. diplomatic history. Never before had the U.S. State Department extended diplomatic recognition (i.e. benediction) to a Latin American government as quickly as they bestowed this benediction on KGB satraps Fidel Castro and Che Guevara’s that day.

At the time, Castro himself had yet to even enter Havana.

Nothing so frantically fast had been bestowed upon “U.S.-backed” Fulgencio Batista (obligatory prefix, used in every MSM and “scholarly” mention of him) seven years earlier. “U.S.-backed” Batista had in fact been punished by a U.S. arms embargo and faced heavy diplomatic pressure to resign for a year. Then Batista was denied exile in the U.S. and not even allowed to set foot in the country that “backed” him.

Read about the entire shameful and tragic diplomatic process here.


What’s with Giselle Bundchen’s crush on ARROGANT *SSHOLE’S? She famously models an ARROGANT *SSHOLE (Che Guevara) on the catwalk–she also married an ARROGANT *SSHOLE (Tom Brady) who yelled “GO F*CK YOURSELF” to Saints’ coach after the Saints SHUT-HIM-OUT Sunday night.

“It was a rough night for Tom Brady during Sunday’s 9-0 shutout loss to the Saints…..The Buccaneers quarterback appeared to yell “go f–k yourself” at Saints defensive coordinator Dennis Allen late in the fourth quarter after he threw an interception to New Orleans safety CJ Gardner-Johnson.  …Allen was standing in for head coach Sean Payton, who missed the division game after testing positive for COVID-19. (Entire story here.”)


“Generalissimo Fidel Castro is Still Dead”–How ’bout the old SNL routine, but about a GENUINE dictator? (Are you listening Greg Gutfeld? Dave Chapelle, etc.?–the tweak would be doubly effective since the “cool-kids” all “dig” Generalissimo Castro. )

The Castro regime (many of the same people running Cuba today) jailed and tortured political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin did during the Great Terror. They murdered more Cubans in their first three years in power than Hitler’s regime murdered Germans during their first six. 

And yet: 

“Fidel Castro could have been Cuba’s Elvis!” (Dan Rather)

The Castro regime shattered — through mass-executions, mass-jailings, mass larceny and exile — virtually every family on the island of Cuba. Many opponents of the Castro regime qualify as the longest-suffering political prisoners in modern history, having suffered prison camps, forced labor and torture chambers for a period three times as long in Fidel Castro’s Gulag as Alexander Solzhenitsyn suffered in Stalin’s Gulag.

And yet:

“Fidel Castro is very shy and sensitive, I frankly like him and regard him as a friend.” (Democratic presidential candidate, Presidential Medal of Freedom winner, and “Conscience of the Democratic party,” George Mc Govern.)

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All items above meticulously documented in these internationally-acclaimedf books…

OK–It’s official:The KGB, Castro’s DGI and Oliver Stone win hands-down on fooling the world on the JFK assassination. Over 400 comments on my Townhall (a conservative site, no less!) article blaming a communist–and PRACTICALLY ALL commenters denounce me viciously for blaming a communist– while quoting and high-fiving the KGB/Oliver Stone version!

“For 15 years of my life at the top of the Soviet bloc intelligence community, I was involved in a world-wide disinformation effort aimed at diverting attention away from the KGB’s involvement with Lee Harvey Oswald. The Kennedy assassination conspiracy was born—and it never died.” (Ion Pacepa, the highest ranking intelligence official ever to defect from the Soviet bloc.)

The very book that kicked off the disinformation extravaganza (“Oswald, Assassin or Fall Guy”) was published by a KGB front company! Alas–at the time of its publication “Tinfoil-Hatters” were mostly on the Left.

Entire article here–don’t miss the comments–practically ALL fall for the KGB scam.

Of all the people I interviewed in New Orleans regarding the Kennedy assassination, Carlos Bringuier was the one I trusted most. I could see in his eyes he was always telling me the complete truth.” (Oriana Fallaci, L, Europeo, 1969.)

“The skinny guy walked into my store and started looking around,” recalls Carlos Bringuier about the afternoon of August 5, 1963 at the New Orleans store he managed at the time. “But I could sense he wasn’t a shopper. Sure enough, after a few minutes of browsing he came up and extended his hand. “Good afternoon,” he said. “I’m Lee Oswald.”