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Celebrating the life of a dictator

With the recent demise of Fidel Castro it’s very interesting to see the response from the liberal left in the United States.  Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went a step further and issued a statement calling Castro a family friend and “a remarkable leader.”

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein couldn’t be outdone, so she took to Twitter:

Fidel Castro was a symbol of the struggle for justice in the shadow of empire. Presente!

— Dr. Jill Stein (@DrJillStein) November 27, 2016

And to think that this women was running for President of the United States.

Jesse Jackson  – We should celebrate the life of Castro

Brian Williams – Cubans would rather have donkey carts for transportation
“It’s still one of those nations where you see donkey carts alongside cars, trucks and buses in downtown Havana because that’s exactly what they’d rather have for transportation,” Williams stated Saturday.

I’m sorry Brian but I bet that Cubans would much rather have a different mode of transportation than donkey carts.

The left likes to talk about the improved healthcare system he implemented in Cuba.  What they either refuse to acknowledge or just don’t know is that Cuba has a 2 tiered healthcare system.  Tier 1 – Government Officials and Tourists and Tier 2 – citizens.

  • http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/cuba/cuban-medicine.htm
  • https://www.nationalcenter.org/NPA557_Cuban_Health_Care.html

Fidel Castro imprisoned, tortured, killed, executed his own people for the crime of pursuing life, liberty and happiness.  Castro was not a dictator.  He was a tyrant.  He was a murderous thug tyrant.  There were 8,505 political arrests during the first 8 months of the year.  Carlos Eire is a professor of history and religious studies at Yale.  He wrote in the Washington Post, “13 Facts About Fidel Castro.” Read this and see the real Fidel Castro, not the one the left wants you to see.

 

 

 

 

 

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