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Thursday, May 03, 2007


Cuban dictator Fidel Castro's no-show at the massive May Day march in Cuba indicates that despite recent signs he is recovering from the illness that forced him to delegate powers nine months ago, his health is worse than most of us thought. Read here why, and let us know what YOU think.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting post from Andres Oppenheimer who authored a book more than 15 yrs ago titled "Castro's Final Hour".

One and a half decades later Castro is still around....

But lets take Oppenheimer's word for it now - so now Oppenheimer is telling us this must be "Castro's Final Final Final Hour" .

1:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Que poco aporta este artículo...
Como dicen los futboleros de mi país: "está hecho para la tribuna...", en este caso la anticastrista...

What kind of contribution are you doing to the Latin-American political debate?
Well, it´s seem to be just another anticastrist piece focused to wide the gap between the Americas.

Castro will die, Chavez someday will left the power. But thinking in this way, the differences between the American most reactionary right wing (Herald included) and the rest of the Latin-American political spectrum will, for sure, be more and more deeper.


Ruben P.
Rosario - Argentina

6:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

from: Paul Thørsen

Hey åndêrš, what do you want to see happen to Cåstrø? I hope he lives to 100 years. The Cuban people adore him, so do I. He's no threat to the USA.

10:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I quit making predictions whenever Fidel failed to make an appearance on an important date. I will say one thing. The old devil is certainly durable.

11:59 AM  
Blogger Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Fifteen years ago, the final in "Fidel's Final Hour" referred to his regime (which has survived by cannibalizing its people). The "final hour" now refers to Fidel himself. An beshitted 80-year old man whose mental health is even worse than than the physical, is not long for this world, and Oppenheimer's prophesy, even though a little late, will finally come to past, and sooner than later. I hope the noble tribe of "Anonimi" which roost here will be able to assimilate that fact (unhappy for them, but joyous for the whole Cuban people).

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10:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

from: Paul Thørsen

Hey Månual Têllêchêa, Castro has lasted this long because the people of Cuba adore him.
It's only the rich who hate Castro.
There will be a lot of weeping in Cuba when Cåstro dies.
Personally I am all for each person making it on their own through hard work, not by stealing from the rich.
Likewise with poor countries. They can make money on their own instead of ripping off rich countries (USA) by infiltrating tens of millions of its people in here and having them smuggle tens of billions of dollars out of the USA.

8:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would that be the people who are among the least free to speak their minds? Freedom Watch top 8 countries for the worst records on political rights and civil liberties include your favorite, Cuba!

The liberal delusions of a workers paradise unfortunately still run strong from Stalin to North Korea to Cuba.

Castro has lasted this long by being propped up by outsiders and by brutal suppresion.

11:07 AM  
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