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El pendjo es muerta: Anyway, don’t speak of the evil dead, (or something)

2016/11/26

De mortuis nil nisi bene [dicendum]

El pendjo es muerta

“When it goes well with the righteous, the city rejoices, And when the wicked perish, there is glad shouting.”

However, the NYTimes is deeply saddened.

Obituary

(NYTimes) Fidel Castro, the fiery apostle of revolution who brought the Cold War to the Western Hemisphere in 1959 and then defied the United States for nearly half a century as Cuba’s maximum leader, bedeviling 11 American presidents and briefly pushing the world to the brink of nuclear war, died Friday. He was 90.

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Black Friday Terror from Cuba’s Current Rulers

“My dream is to drop three Atomic Bombs on New York City.” (Raul Castro, July 1960.)

Important note: this terror plot to murder thousands of American holiday shoppers was planned  by essentially the same Stalinist terror-sponsors who rule Cuba today and who receive an estimated $4 billion annually from the U.S.– thanks mostly to Obama’s executive orders that loopholed the “Cuban embargo” half to death.  —See damage to the letter of U.S. law done by Obama regarding Cuba. Issue explained in greater detail here.)

On his 1996 visit, for instance, (Fidel Castro) the war-mongering, mass-murdering despot who abolished private property, transplanted Stalin’s penal and judicial system and stole 5,911 businesses worth $8 billion from U.S. stockholders—this very gentleman was delighted to find a lavish luncheon thrown in his honor by the Wall Street Journal.

via Townhall

Sound familiar?

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History will show, Once in power, Castro was a mass murdering psychopath who pretended to be a socialist as a means to gaining his power. He gravely oppressed the peoples of his despotic Marxist fiefdom and set the progress of his nation back, virtually to an environment akin to modern feudalism.

Welcome to the inevitable. Now he must answer to a higher power than what he once perceived himself to be.

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