“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.