Steel Notes Magazine December 2016 - Page 123

Steel Notes Magazine sovereignty. It is unparalleled in African history to have another people rise to the defense of one of us - The defeat of the apartheid army and Cuito Cuanavale was an inspiration to the struggling people in South Africa!” Cuba is now working with the Syrian army as they did in South Africa and let’s hope that they have the same success there. Castro and Cuba even offered us help in the clusterfuck that Bush made out of Hurricane Katrina. Of course we refused. America doesn’t need anyone’s help to fix what we fuck up. So there. LOL. And MOST IMPORTANTLY, let’s not forget for even ONE SECOND, that all those idiots celebrating in Florida voted for Trump as a block, a Cuban block, to be president. Mull that over for a moment and let it sink in. Keep in mind, Fidel Castro was no “thug” he was an educated man, an attorney who studied law at The University of Havana. He has been a guiding light for many all over the world. Even after his death, he will remain so. The American Indians at Standing Rock could use his inspiration now after all the horror they have endured. Hopefully the proud Indians will remember Fidel more after his death. He stood against all pressures of the USA, economic, cultural and military. Let him be their inspiration and example. People often ask me, why I admire Castro and and Che so much. The main reason is that I believe both Fidel and Che had the best interest of the people in mind that drove them to do what they did. I also firmly believe neither one was a politician but humanitarians who were thrust into the role of politician, unlike the insectoids, reptiles and scum that are career politicians and multi millionaires, that are selected as our presidents, who truly don’t give a rat’s ass for any person as much as they care about the economic and corporate bottom lines. Soon after the revolution, Castro set his eye outside the island. "How much America and the peoples of our hemisphere need a revolution like the one that has taken place in Cuba!" he said days after his triumph. "How much it needs for the millionaires who have become rich by stealing the people's money to lose everything they have stolen!" he added. "How much America needs for the war criminals in the countries of our hemisphere all to be shot to death.” I salute you, Presidente Fidel Castro. Your words inspire and empower me. Bless you Fidel and Bless you Che. You have changed my life and heart for the better. May you finally Rest In Peace. You certainly deserve it. “Condemn me. It is of no importance. History will absolve me.” — Castro in 1953, when the young lawyer was defending himself at trial for his nearsuicidal assault on the Moncada military barracks in Santiago de Cuba. “A revolution is not a bed of roses. A revolution is a struggle between the future and the past.” — Castro in 1959. "One of the greatest benefits of the revolution is that even our prostitutes are college graduates." - Castro to director Oliver Stone in 2003 documentary. Steel Notes Magazine 123