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Friday, October 18, 2019

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


  • Reflections by Comrade Fidel Castro: The Serious Food Crisis

    Reflections by Comrade Fidel Castro: The Serious Food Crisis

    Just 11 days ago, on January 19, in a reflection titled “The Time has Come to Do Something,” I wrote: “The worst is that to a large degree the solutions shall depend upon the richest and most developed countries, the countries that shall reach a situation which they are really in no condition …
  • Reflections by Comrade Fidel: The State of the Union

    Reflections by Comrade Fidel: The State of the Union

    After his January 12 address at the University of Tucson, Arizona, on the massacre that had took place four days earlier, people awaited with interest for the US president’s speech on the same topic. Six people died and fourteen were injured, including young Democratic congresswoman Gabrielle Giff…
  • Reflections by Comrade Fidel Castro: The Time Has Come to Do Something

    Reflections by Comrade Fidel Castro: The Time Has Come to Do Something

    I shall relate a bit of history. When the Spanish “discovered” us five hundred years ago, the estimated population on the Island was no more than 200,000 inhabitants who were living in harmony with nature.  Their main sources of food came from the rivers, lakes and seas rich in protein; they were also carrying out a rudimentary form of agriculture that supplied them with calories, vitamins, mineral salts and fibre.

  • Obama’s Speech in Arizona

    Obama’s Speech in Arizona

    Yesterday I listened to him when he spoke at the University of Tucson where homage was being paid to the 6 people murdered and the 14 wounded in the Arizona massacre, especially the Democratic congresswoman for that state, seriously wounded by a gunshot to the head. It was the deed of an unbalan…
  • Another Tea Party Star

    Another Tea Party Star

    None other than Ileana Ros, the woman who kept the child Elián kidnapped in Miami, the promoter of coups d’état, crimes such as those committed by Posada Carriles and other heinous deeds, shall be travelling to neighbouring Haiti, where the earthquake killed a quarter of a million people and the…
  • The Crime Against the Democratic

    The Crime Against the Democratic

    As it is well-known, the state of Arizona, a territory that was taken from Mexico by the United States along with much more territory, has been the scene of painful events for hundreds of Latin Americans who die trying to immigrate to the US in search of work or to join their parents, spouses or oth…
  • Without Violence or Drugs

    Without Violence or Drugs

    Yesterday I analyzed the atrocious act of violence against US congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, in which 18 people were shot; six died and another 12 were wounded, some of them extremely seriously, among them the congresswoman who was shot in the head, leaving the team of doctors no alternative but to try to save her life and avoid consequences from the criminal act as much as possible.

  • An Atrocious Act

    An Atrocious Act

    Sad news was broadcast this afternoon from the United States: Gabrielle Giffords, Democratic congresswoman for Arizona, was the victim of a criminal attempt while taking part at a political meeting at her electoral district in Tucson.  On the other side of the border lies Mexico, the Latin American…
  • What would Einstein say?

    What would Einstein say?

    In a Reflection published on August 25, 2010 under the title of “The Opinion of an Expert”, I mentioned a really unusual activity of the United States and its allies which, in my opinion, underlines the risk of a nuclear conflict with Iran.  I was referring to a long article by the well-known journalist Jeffrey Goldberg, published in the US journal The Atlantic in September of that year, entitled “The Point of No Return”.

  • Reflections by Comrade Fidel Castro: The Prime Stimulus for our Efforts

    Reflections by Comrade Fidel Castro: The Prime Stimulus for our Efforts

    The graphic reporting by journalist Gladys Rubio on the cholera epidemic in Haiti that was published on yesterday’s Round Table TV programme was so impressive that I decided to postpone the Reflection I announced on Monday until today, Wednesday.