Browsing All posts tagged under »Fidel Castro«

CUBA: The Bay of Pigs – Not One, but Two Days of Infamy

April 19, 2010


Alberto N Jones April 18, 2010 Not One, but Two Days of Infamy. At 5:00 PM on April 19, 1961, the Cuban government sent out its third and final military statement announcing, that all invading forces holed-up in their last outpost in Cayo Largo, had surrendered to the Cuban Armed Forces and the Militia. This […]

Chavez Visits Raul, Fidel

April 18, 2010


  VENEZUELAN President Hugo Chavez has met his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro and former president Fidel Castro in Havana.    Chavez visits Raul, Fidel By Larry Moonze in Havana, Cuba Sat 17 Apr. 2010, 17:20 CAT   President Chavez made known his trip to Havana while leaving Managua, Nicaragua where he held discussions with fellow […]

So, Hillary Thinks Raul and Fidel are Saboteurs? Queen of State Doth Protest with Great Hypocrisy

April 9, 2010


Castros sabotage ending U.S. Cuba embargo: Clinton     Reuters Friday, April 9, 2010; 8:13 PM  WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Cuba’s President Raul Castro and his brother, ex-leader Fidel Castro, have sought to sabotage U.S. moves to improve ties because they fear it will threaten their power, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Friday. Clinton […]

The Organization of American States (OAS) Without the US. An Alternative

March 29, 2010


The Organization of American States (OAS) without the US. An Alternative By Nil Nikandrov Global Research, March 23, 2010 Strategic Culture Foundation – 2010-03-21 The parties to the Ninth International Conference of American States, held in Colombia’s capital Bogota in late April 1948, signed an agreement on creating the Organization of American States, OAS, which […]

FIDEL: Health Reform in the United States

March 25, 2010


  Reflections of Fidel Health reform in the United States (Taken from CubaDebate) BARACK Obama is a fanatical believer in the imperialist capitalist system imposed by the United States on the world. “God bless the United States,” he ends his speeches. Some of his acts wounded the sensibility of world opinion, which viewed with sympathy […]

Fidel Telling Like It Is: Hopes the “sometimes silly things Obama says about Cuba don’t cloud his intelligence”

March 25, 2010


As soon as it becomes available in English, I will post Fidel’s reflection on US health care which was published today.  Several statements in the following article come from Fidel’s reflection. Fidel says he has nothing against Obama AFP Published: Thursday March 25, 2010 Ignoring a blast from Barack Obama, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro said Thursday […]

Chinese-Cuban General Begins Speaking Tour in Montreal

March 22, 2010


  Militant/John Steele Cuban brigadier general Armando Choy, center with light shirt, arrives in Montreal to begin speaking tour with events at universities and in Chinese community. Chinese-Cuban general starts speaking tour in Montreal BY JOHN STEELE AND MAGGIE TROWE   MONTREAL, March 16—Retired Cuban brigadier general Armando Choy began a five-day speaking tour here […]

Terrorist with Connections: The Strange Case of Luis Posada Carriles

March 6, 2010


  Terrorist with connections: the strange case of Luis Posada Carriles by: W. T. Whitney Jr. March 1 2010 tags: terrorism, Cuba, Venezuela, criminal justice Judge Kathleen Cardone’s postponement, Feb. 18, of Luis Posada’s trial in El Paso, Texas, set for March 1 signified for José Pertierra a U.S. ploy to “put off, defer and […]

Cuba: In Letter to Mandela, Dissidents Claim Political Prisoners Suffer Same Fate as He Did — Not

February 6, 2010


Fidel visits Nelson Mandela in South Africa And, Karen Lee Wald, coordinator of the Cuba-Inside-Out news list, tells you why Mandela will not be impressed: Nelson Mandela won’t be fooled by this letter — that was clear when Miami Cubans boycotted his first visit to Miami, and insisted he give up his friendly relations with […]

HAITI: Military Playing Large Role in “Relief” Efforts

January 25, 2010


HAITI: Military Playing Large Role in Relief Efforts By Marguerite A. Suozzi UNITED NATIONS, Jan 25, 2010 (IPS) – As international attention turns to the long-term reconstruction of earthquake-stricken Haiti, U.N. officials pledged that the Haitian government would have full involvement and authority over the process. “This relief and recovery process will not work without […]