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Death of a Despot
November 28, 2016

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Death of a Despot

November 28, 2016

Castro has died at the age of 90 after a reign of 47 years that ended in 2007. The left wing basket cases are falling over themselves to eulogise about this murdering despot. Corbyn, McDonnell, Livingstone......all the usual suspects are praising a man who terrorised a nation for almost 5 decades. He imprisoned, tortured and killed tens of thousands of his own people who dared to challenge his despotic rule. He banned all forms of democracy, he turned a vibrant economy into an island ghetto, he was an urban terrorist who became the pin up boy of the ideologically disabled. Yes he improved the island's health and education system but it was a tiered system that favoured the political elite, then the tourists and lastly  the indigenous population who picked up,the crumbs. Making positive changes to some public services doesn't exonerate a murderer or despotic torturer and it is disgusting that elected politicians in this country rush to mourn the passing of such a man in my opinion. I understand there is talk of BJ being sent to Cuba to represent the U.K. At his funeral. One question. Why? No answer needed it is a rhetorical question!!

November 29, 2016

Joined: May 14, 2014
Posts: 977
Death of a Despot

November 29, 2016

As always, it is the baddies who get the credit, albeit generated by their hangers on, but it is the normal citizens who are robbed, imprisoned and totally pushed to 100 miles behind the last thug in any country where they have the setup which was Cuba. I hope there is now some citizen of that country who can pick the country off its knees and return it to the civilisation they deserve, free, no corruption, no despots, just honest people who love their country, and look forward now to a better future for them all (less the ones who backed, financed and kowtowed to this now gone despot.) Cuba, if the right people take up the reins, could flourish in the future, a desire which we in UK are also hoping for. Good riddance to this now deceased despot. There are also loads of  people in the EU who could benefit from a change of heart and create a new vibrant country of their own. Countries need help and encouragement to go the correct path, whatever that may be, and the world must now act to put despots and their hangers on into the land of  everlasting punishment. (AKA the EU, surrounded by free countries who took up the challenge.!!!!)


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