A major brand manipulator, a swindler, a thief, a leech made in Birán, a notorious criminal of the most wanted, a social scourge, a serial mass murderer, a mental patient, an anti-Cuban, a dyed aura praying because Cubans rot and, definitely, everything bad that comes to mind. Castro in real life, was not human and was not “of this world”, rather he was a demon who incarnated himself to harm the Cuban nation.
You may think that these words are toxic against the “inspiring commander” of the majority of Castro-communists, because only recently, listening to a fragment of a speech by the degenerate in chief, in the early sixties, and then “hunting” him with some of his subsequent harangues, I realized that since January 1959, the only thing Fidel Castro did, in each of his “public appearances”, was lie to us Cubans, fill our heads with smoke with this or that , sweeten us with promises that were never kept, exacerbate a false patriotism that was useless, that man filled our heads with false lies and today we realize that we have spent more than sixty-three long years believing the story of perfection of socialism and of a better future that is further away every day.
If we are just a little “free-thinkers”, we would easily realize that Fidel Castro turned Cuba, and fundamentally the Cuban people, into a huge satanic sect of driven madmen, mobsters, imbeciles, worshipers of evil, of the incompetent, of the mentally retarded, of lazy proletarians for communism and of irrational propagators of their crazy ideas “socializing” ridicule throughout the world.
It’s sad but it’s true. What kind of fools were the vast majority of Cubans when we believed that damned devil of nature!
Although it is no less true that he lives in stone, he was a martyr orator and that at the beginning of “the revolution” he captivated most of us with his “drawings” of the perfect society, of capitalist abundance but with “equality for everyone”, of power in the hands of the workers and of that utopia of social ownership of the means of production.
When we try to understand the exact point at which we Cubans fell into that deadly trap. As early as 1963, the very ineffectiveness, the absolute lack of productivity and the progressive destruction of the once flourishing national economy, resulted in the imposition of a food ration book that became the worst instrument of torture, punishment and of blackmail, against an entire people, because we have been, without even thinking about it, a whopping six decades eating in small pieces, going hungry and as volunteer actors in a “theatrical banquet” that, from its maximum splendor, was impoverished, destroying and ruining it, until it became the great classic Castroist tragedy that, today, all Cubans interpret.
And the saddest thing of all, the most terrible thing that a rational being can accept, is that Fidel Castro, with his fatuous, empty, repetitive, grandiose and despotic verbiage, convinced us, most of us, to be miserable, to We accepted physical and spiritual indigence as an honor, so that we enjoyed the plague and the bad smell as revolutionary merits, so that we admired the destruction of the Homeland as the sacred work of its damned revolution, so that we hated each other to the point of death. kill each other for not being “politically correct”, so that we could incorporate vulgarity and gossip into the “free” education of workers and peasants and so that we would be “happy” slaves following their ideas, each one more preposterous, more absurd and more ridiculous than the other.
We Cubans need a lot of dynamite with a very short fuse, “a charge to kill rogues…” to put an end to the stupid “work” of that false revolution of the humble, to get rid of it, please, God! my friend, help me! That shakes us to the last neuron of our being as a nation and as a people to understand, once and for all, that Fidel Castro is the only one responsible for the country in ruins that we have today.