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Friday, August 14, 2020

Policy & Gov't. / Reflections by comrade Fidel Castro

  • NATO’s Genocidal Role (Part Five)

    NATO’s Genocidal Role (Part Five)

    On March 9th this year, under the title of “NATO, War, Lies and Business”, I published a new Reflection about the role of that warlike organization. I am selecting some fundamental paragraphs from that Reflection:“As some may be aware, in September of 1969, Muammar al-Gaddafi, an Arab Bedou…
  • The Exploits in Guadalajara

    The Exploits in Guadalajara

    I am taking a brief pause in my political analyses to dedicate this space to the exploits of our Cuban athletes at the Sixteenth Pan-American Games.

  • NATOS’s Genocidal Role (Part Four)

    NATOS’s Genocidal Role (Part Four)

    On March 2nd, under the title of “NATO’s Inevitable War” I wrote:

    “In contrast with what is happening in Egypt and Tunisia, Libya occupies the first spot on the Human Development Index for Africa and it has the highest life expectancy on the continent.  Education and health receive special attention from the State.  The cultural level of its population is without a doubt the highest. Its problems are of a different sort. […] The country needed an abundant foreign labour force to carry out ambitious plans for production and social development.”

  • Fidel Castro: NATO's Genocidal Role (Part III)

    Fidel Castro: NATO's Genocidal Role (Part III)

    ON February 23, under the title "Cynicism's danse macabre," I stated:
    "The politics of plunder imposed by the United States and its NATO allies in the Middle East is in crisis."
    "Thanks to Sadat's betrayal at Camp David, the Palestinian Arab State has not come into existence, despite the United Nations agreements of November 1947, and Israel has become a powerful nuclear force allied with the United States and NATO.

    "The U.S. military-industrial complex supplies tens of billions of dollars every year to Israel and to the very Arab states that it subjugates and humiliates.

    "The genie is out of the bottle and NATO doesn't know how to control it.

    "They are going to try and take maximum advantage of the lamentable events in Libya. No one is capable of knowing at this time what is happening there.

  • Fidel Castro: Washington Oppresses and Plunders the Globalized World

    Fidel Castro: Washington Oppresses and Plunders the Globalized World

    Havana, Cuba, Oct 27.- In the third part of a series of articles titled “NATO´S Genocidal Role”, titled “Fidel Castro said that the United States oppresses and plunders the world by using its political, economic, technical and military power. Fidel focused on the US-led aggression of Libya and the recent debate at the UN on the Cuban resolution demanding the lifting of the US blockade of Cuba.

  • Reflections by Fidel Castro: NATO's Genocidal Role (Part II)

    Reflections by Fidel Castro: NATO's Genocidal Role (Part II)

    A little more than eight months ago, on February 21 of this year, I affirmed with full conviction, "NATO's plan is to occupy Libya." Under this title I addressed the issue for the first time in a Reflection the content of which appeared to be pure fantasy. I include in these lines the facts which…
  • Reflections by Comrade Fidel: NATO’s Genocidal Role

    Reflections by Comrade Fidel: NATO’s Genocidal Role

    That brutal military alliance has become the most perfidious instrument of repression known in the history of humankind. NATO took on that global repressive role as soon as the USSR, which had served the United States as an excuse for its creation, ceased to exist.  Its criminal purpose became o…
  • Fidel Castro: The Two Venezuelas

    Fidel Castro: The Two Venezuelas

    Yesterday I spoke about the time when Venezuela was an ally of the US empire and the country where Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosch carried out their plans for the brutal in-flight bombing of a Cuban plane that caused the death and disappearance of all people aboard, including the youth fencing tea…
  • Reflections by Fidel Castro: A will of iron   (Part 2and final)

    Reflections by Fidel Castro: A will of iron (Part 2and final)

    When, in 1976, the most serious terrorist acts were committed against Cuba, in particular the in-flight sabotage of a Cuban airliner which had departed from Barbados with 73 persons aboard – among them pilots, flight attendants and auxiliary personnel offering their services to the airline, the co…
  • Reflections by Comrade Fidel: The Will of Steel (Part One)

    Reflections by Comrade Fidel: The Will of Steel (Part One)

    Two days ago on Friday October 14th, Granma and Juventud Rebelde, the Communist Party and Youth League newspapers, published a brave and energetic message from René González, Hero of the Republic,  to the people of Cuba, after the odious and unfair 13-year punishment  had finished, separately, like the other four heroes who are serving longer sentences in prisons that are hundreds of miles away from each other. 
    Not for one instant did the unshakeable steadfastness of each one of them falter, even when they were repeatedly thrown into punishment cells, veritable sepulchres, without any space to move, just as “Yankee justice” decreed, with no crime or any kind of evidence.   If there was anything in which such “justice” didn’t make a mistake, it was in the selection of the type of men it was punishing.