Celebrating the triumph of Cuba's revolution

Jan 31, 2013 Full story: Jamaica Observer 59

I'd like to thank you for joining us in celebrating the 54th Anniversary of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution, officially commemorated on January 1st.

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Compassionate One

Newton, NJ

#1 Jan 31, 2013
The very truth!!!! Kudos! Superb!

"El chancho"(so called by his fellows due to his odor similar to boiled kidneys, due to his poor hygiene and lack of bathing or showering) che guevara was the communist pig that gave the firing squad to many innocent Cubans and took great delight in doing so. He was a racist and particularly enjoyed humiliating the Cuban negroes & mulatoes as well as the native Amerindian Mexicans whom he despised and made no effort to conceal while he was in Mexico.
Since he was a commander just like fidel, and was bolder than fidel, he enjoyed great power. fidel did not like the competition so he send him off on mission to Bolivia, where he was killed as fidel expected. This gave the revolution a martyr, while removing the competition, as well as producing an icon for the revolution.
It is said by those that found che, that he said: "Don't shoot, don't shoot I'm che & I'm worth more alive than dead, don't shoot" The soldiers that found him laughed & told him to say his last prayers, he cursed God, begged, cried, made offers to his captors, whined, wet his pants, soiled his pants, sobbed, BANG! Justice was done!
He who had killed so many, and took so much delight in doing it, died like the coward he was!
Good riddance, the stinking "chancho" is dead!
**********What few people know is that while he claimed the title Doctor while he lived in Cuba, he never graduated from Medical School. The reason his fellow revolutionaries called him "che" was originally to denigrate him, because they refused to call him doctor or commandante, since those close to him looked down on him. The nickname stuck, and since in the Cuban jargon the word is unknown, it readily identified him. The people of Argentina use this word very liberally just as the Americans use the word "dude" or "man" or "guy". The myth is that he was a guerrilla expert, facts are that he never, not once, carried out a successful guerrilla activity.

Che, a coward and a murderer, a fake!
Compassionate One

Newton, NJ

#2 Jan 31, 2013
Superb! Read the following!
Compassionate One

Newton, NJ

#3 Jan 31, 2013
Superb!

"El chancho"(so called by his fellows due to his odor similar to boiled kidneys, due to his poor hygiene and lack of bathing or showering) che guevara was the communist pig that gave the firing squad to many innocent Cubans and took great delight in doing so. He was a racist and particularly enjoyed humiliating the Cuban negroes & mulatoes as well as the native Amerindian Mexicans whom he despised and made no effort to conceal while he was in Mexico.
Since he was a commander just like fidel, and was bolder than fidel, he enjoyed great power. fidel did not like the competition so he send him off on mission to Bolivia, where he was killed as fidel expected. This gave the revolution a martyr, while removing the competition, as well as producing an icon for the revolution.
It is said by those that found che, that he said: "Don't shoot, don't shoot I'm che & I'm worth more alive than dead, don't shoot" The soldiers that found him laughed & told him to say his last prayers, he cursed God, begged, cried, made offers to his captors, whined, wet his pants, soiled his pants, sobbed, BANG! Justice was done!
He who had killed so many, and took so much delight in doing it, died like the coward he was!
Good riddance, the stinking "chancho" is dead!
**********What few people know is that while he claimed the title Doctor while he lived in Cuba, he never graduated from Medical School. The reason his fellow revolutionaries called him "che" was originally to denigrate him, because they refused to call him doctor or commandante, since those close to him looked down on him. The nickname stuck, and since in the Cuban jargon the word is unknown, it readily identified him. The people of Argentina use this word very liberally just as the Americans use the word "dude" or "man" or "guy". The myth is that he was a guerrilla expert, facts are that he never, not once, carried out a successful guerrilla activity.]********
Superb!
Armando

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#4 Jan 31, 2013
Compassionate One wrote:
Superb!
"El chancho"(so called by his fellows due to his odor similar to boiled kidneys, due to his poor hygiene and lack of bathing or showering) che guevara was the communist pig that gave the firing squad to many innocent Cubans and took great delight in doing so. He was a racist and particularly enjoyed humiliating the Cuban negroes & mulatoes as well as the native Amerindian Mexicans whom he despised and made no effort to conceal while he was in Mexico.
Since he was a commander just like fidel, and was bolder than fidel, he enjoyed great power. fidel did not like the competition so he send him off on mission to Bolivia, where he was killed as fidel expected. This gave the revolution a martyr, while removing the competition, as well as producing an icon for the revolution.
It is said by those that found che, that he said: "Don't shoot, don't shoot I'm che & I'm worth more alive than dead, don't shoot" The soldiers that found him laughed & told him to say his last prayers, he cursed God, begged, cried, made offers to his captors, whined, wet his pants, soiled his pants, sobbed, BANG! Justice was done!
He who had killed so many, and took so much delight in doing it, died like the coward he was!
Good riddance, the stinking "chancho" is dead!
**********What few people know is that while he claimed the title Doctor while he lived in Cuba, he never graduated from Medical School. The reason his fellow revolutionaries called him "che" was originally to denigrate him, because they refused to call him doctor or commandante, since those close to him looked down on him. The nickname stuck, and since in the Cuban jargon the word is unknown, it readily identified him. The people of Argentina use this word very liberally just as the Americans use the word "dude" or "man" or "guy". The myth is that he was a guerrilla expert, facts are that he never, not once, carried out a successful guerrilla activity.]********
Superb!
An excellent and well balanced comment!Kudos to you!
Sandy

Miami, FL

#5 Jan 31, 2013
The Cuban revolution was lethal for Florida as far as the type of politicians which were a result of that .

"Elena Diaz, a Cuban-American whose parents immigrated to Miami when she was a baby says,'This is the way it was in Cuba before Fidel Castro. I heard my parents talk about it that country was so corrupt. Corruption's what actually destroyed it and now they're doing the same thing here.'

http://www.thesocialcontract.com/artman2/publ...

“Its all in the mind..or is it?”

Since: Dec 06

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#6 Jan 31, 2013
LIEger de tanto lidiar con animales se ha vuelto un animal el mismo
Gordon Cubaking Robinson

Newton, NJ

#7 Feb 1, 2013
Cherokee wrote:
Soy el mojon, el moo0oojo0o0o0on!
Correcto!
Don from Canada

Sudbury, Canada

#9 Feb 2, 2013
Compassionate One wrote:
The very truth!!!! Kudos! Superb!
"El chancho"(so called by his fellows due to his odor similar to boiled kidneys, due to his poor hygiene and lack of bathing or showering) che guevara was the communist pig that gave the firing squad to many innocent Cubans and took great delight in doing so. He was a racist and particularly enjoyed humiliating the Cuban negroes & mulatoes as well as the native Amerindian Mexicans whom he despised and made no effort to conceal while he was in Mexico.
Since he was a commander just like fidel, and was bolder than fidel, he enjoyed great power. fidel did not like the competition so he send him off on mission to Bolivia, where he was killed as fidel expected. This gave the revolution a martyr, while removing the competition, as well as producing an icon for the revolution.
It is said by those that found che, that he said: "Don't shoot, don't shoot I'm che & I'm worth more alive than dead, don't shoot" The soldiers that found him laughed & told him to say his last prayers, he cursed God, begged, cried, made offers to his captors, whined, wet his pants, soiled his pants, sobbed, BANG! Justice was done!
He who had killed so many, and took so much delight in doing it, died like the coward he was!
Good riddance, the stinking "chancho" is dead!
**********What few people know is that while he claimed the title Doctor while he lived in Cuba, he never graduated from Medical School. The reason his fellow revolutionaries called him "che" was originally to denigrate him, because they refused to call him doctor or commandante, since those close to him looked down on him. The nickname stuck, and since in the Cuban jargon the word is unknown, it readily identified him. The people of Argentina use this word very liberally just as the Americans use the word "dude" or "man" or "guy". The myth is that he was a guerrilla expert, facts are that he never, not once, carried out a successful guerrilla activity.
Che, a coward and a murderer, a fake!
I'm copying your cut and paste tactics Multi-Names. I got this comment from a person with the same truths as I quote,(actually from the likes of 'Wikipedia' or 'Google'.
Batista was a brutal dictator, working together with US organized crime bosses. Castro led a popular revolt and greatly improved the lives or ordinary Cubans. Guns are not that rare in Cuba since the revolution. When Cuban exiles & US forces tried to get ordinary Cuban citizens to revolt against their government, they were NOT supportive.

“Its all in the mind..or is it?”

Since: Dec 06

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#10 Feb 2, 2013
In 1511, Diego Velázquez set out from Hispaniola to conquer the island of Caobana (Cuba). He was preceded, however, by Hatuey, who fled Hispaniola with a party of four hundred in canoes and warned the inhabitants of Caobana about what to expect from the Spaniards.[2]

Bartolomé de Las Casas later attributed the following speech to Hatuey. He showed the Taíno of Caobana a basket of gold and jewels, saying:

Here is the God the Spaniards worship. For these they fight and kill; for these they persecute us and that is why we have to throw them into the sea... They tell us, these tyrants, that they adore a God of peace and equality, and yet they usurp our land and make us their slaves. They speak to us of an immortal soul and of their eternal rewards and punishments, and yet they rob our belongings, seduce our women, violate our daughters. Incapable of matching us in valor, these cowards cover themselves with iron that our weapons cannot break...[3]
The people of Caobana could not believe Hatuey's message, and few joined him to fight. Hatuey resorted to guerrilla tactics against the Spaniards, and was able to confine them to their fort at Baracoa. Eventually the Spaniards succeeded in capturing him. On February 2, 1512,[2] he was tied to a stake and burned alive at Yara.[1]

Before he was burned, a priest asked him if he would accept Jesus and go to heaven. Las Casas recalled the reaction of the chief:

[Hatuey], thinking a little, asked the religious man if Spaniards went to heaven. The religious man answered yes... The chief then said without further thought that he did not want to go there but to hell so as not to be where they were and where he would not see such cruel people. This is the name and honor that God and our faith have earned.[4]

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#11 Feb 2, 2013
Don from Canada wrote:
<quoted text> I'm copying your cut and paste tactics Multi-Names. I got this comment from a person with the same truths as I quote,(actually from the likes of 'Wikipedia' or 'Google'.
Batista was a brutal dictator, working together with US organized crime bosses. Castro led a popular revolt and greatly improved the lives or ordinary Cubans. Guns are not that rare in Cuba since the revolution. When Cuban exiles & US forces tried to get ordinary Cuban citizens to revolt against their government, they were NOT supportive.
That was at Bay of pigs. Now, I don't like Castro. I don't like the was the US bullies other countries. But what do you think was the reason the people of Cuba didn't support this? First of all, the US suposedlly backed down and didn't even show up, they left the exiles to fend for themselves and eventually they were arrested. So do you think people in Cuba supported Castro? Why? Do they like to be in a country were they are told what to do? Like not being able to travel etc? Most of them didn't know anything about the US or other countries, appart from what they were told by the regime. So how can they know if that system was any better? People need to stop comparing Cuba to other countries. Just because they have free health car and schools doesn't make it a good system. In comparison it may look better but in reality it doesn't

“Its all in the mind..or is it?”

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#12 Feb 2, 2013
the way the US bullies other countries

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#13 Feb 2, 2013
That was at Bay of pigs. Now, I don't like Castro. I don't like the way the US bullies other countries. But what do you think was the reason the people of Cuba didn't support this? First of all, the US suposedlly backed down and didn't even show up, they left the exiles to fend for themselves and eventually they were arrested. So do you think people in Cuba supported Castro? Why? Do they like to be in a country were they are told what to do? Like not being able to travel etc? Most of them didn't know anything about the US or other countries, appart from what they were told by the regime. So how can they know if that system was any better? People need to stop comparing Cuba to other countries. Just because they have free health care and schools doesn't make it a good system. In comparison it may look better but in reality it doesn't

“Abbiamo Vinto”

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#14 Feb 3, 2013
Cherokee wrote:
soyn el mojon cherokee
true

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#15 Feb 4, 2013
short and stupid. Such is the reasoning of LIEger the liar
Gitano

Miami, FL

#16 Feb 4, 2013
Cherokee wrote:
<quoted text>That was at Bay of pigs. Now, I don't like Castro. I don't like the was the US bullies other countries. But what do you think was the reason the people of Cuba didn't support this? First of all, the US suposedlly backed down and didn't even show up, they left the exiles to fend for themselves and eventually they were arrested. So do you think people in Cuba supported Castro? Why? Do they like to be in a country were they are told what to do? Like not being able to travel etc? Most of them didn't know anything about the US or other countries, appart from what they were told by the regime. So how can they know if that system was any better? People need to stop comparing Cuba to other countries. Just because they have free health car and schools doesn't make it a good system. In comparison it may look better but in reality it doesn't
Would you rather be poor in Cuba which is communist or Mexico which is free enterprise?

If poor I'll take Cuba if nothing else due to health care, substandard health care but better than any other Latin American country for people in low economic bracket.

Look at El salvador, honduras, Nicaragua,etc what is their quality of life or health care like?

They are free enterprise gvmt's but their annual statistics as far as health can not hold a candle to Cuba under Fidel.
Gitano

Miami, FL

#17 Feb 4, 2013
Speak out again st the gvmt in much of the free Democratic gvmts of Latin America and let us see how long before the police pick you up in the middle of the night and you dissapear.

I don't support Fidel but I KNOW from family there and Cubans I have met here that it is not like the junta here claims.

A family member went back a few weeks ago he was here for Christmas and could have stayed but went back as his GF was there and he is not unhappy .Granted he works for the gvmt as a low level official but he is healthy and does not dislike it.
Gordon Cubaking Robinson

Newton, NJ

#18 Feb 4, 2013
APOCALYPTO!
Gitano

Miami, FL

#19 Feb 4, 2013
Cherokee wrote:
the way the US bullies other countries
We make up lies to actually invade them and kill them and than we cry when they fight back and kick our butt like Vietnam which we lied about the Tonkin gulf to invade them.
We did not expect such a fight , same as Afghanistan pushtans are fighting us now and will never stop.

The bully USA often forgets that third world countries are loaded with proud warriors nothing at all like the calle ocho bunch.

In Afghanistan, anyone who wants us out of THEIR country because sick of our bombs and raids we categorize as Taliban or Al Queda, A farmer who has had enough of us on his property and complains is arrested for being a Taliban sympathizer and than we wonder why the world hates us.
Gitano

Miami, FL

#20 Feb 4, 2013
Cherokee wrote:
<quoted text>That was at Bay of pigs. Now, I don't like Castro. I don't like the was the US bullies other countries. But what do you think was the reason the people of Cuba didn't support this? First of all, the US suposedlly backed down and didn't even show up, they left the exiles to fend for themselves and eventually they were arrested. So do you think people in Cuba supported Castro? Why? Do they like to be in a country were they are told what to do? Like not being able to travel etc? Most of them didn't know anything about the US or other countries, appart from what they were told by the regime. So how can they know if that system was any better? People need to stop comparing Cuba to other countries. Just because they have free health car and schools doesn't make it a good system. In comparison it may look better but in reality it doesn't
"That was at Bay of pigs. Now, I don't like Castro. I don't like the was the US bullies other countries. But what do you think was the reason the people of Cuba didn't support this? First of all, the US suposedlly backed down and didn't even show up, they left the exiles to fend for themselves "

No you forget that at that time the vast majority of Cubans still had dire loyalty for Fidel and did NOT want the Batistians back in power.

There was no way they were going to fight for the people who treated them like crap ,esp the Black Cubans.

The military was still loyal to Fidel as were the people, If the fighting had gone on a month they would have joined the military in drones to support Fidel.

My father was there and the towns were signing up to go fight .

The USA is so narrow minded that it actually thought the same people treated like filth by the Batistians and the USA would actually help them.

My father said they had no idea what the extent of the invasion was and certainly did not know the exiles were let down by the USA so that was not an issue, they simply did not want these Miami bunch back in Cuba.

Can you blame them?
Would you have fought if you were Cuban to bring these people like WJDC, Liger, FOOO ,Marie back in power ?

My father was in Havana and lines were growing as young men and women asked to assist fight off the attack.
Gitano

Miami, FL

#21 Feb 4, 2013
Gordon Cubaking Robinson wrote:
APOCALYPTO!
Chica lo vi con el link tuyo de youtube y me gusto, Has visto Apocalypse Now?

Era del tiempo que TU estabas en Vietnam LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

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