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Raul Castro: the homosexual who never came out of the closet

For the majority of the Cuban people, Raúl Castro is homosexual. I do not have this absolute truth and much less something against the LGBT community, but I do know that since I was a child I have been hearing this statement from the mouths of many people.

In an interview conducted with Huber Matos, he declared that he could not affirm such an assertion either, but that he was convinced that such a “legend” arose in the Sierra Maestra and that it could be based on the hairless appearance of the “young” Castro, his little effeminate face that there was no way to hide it and in the ponytail that it carried and that accentuated even more this image that was not at all in keeping with the “guapería” of the most “barbaric” rebels in the history of the country. Remember the exacerbated machismo of the “rebel” troops.

Many say that Raúl Castro is as homosexual as he is a murderer. This killer is the most famous “Chinese women” in the world, even more than the Chinese in China.

Everyone knows that Fidel Castro mistreated him with words and God knows if physically too, he was the classic abusive older brother and “protector” who had him in his care by express order of his mother to: “… see if you send him to me and you turn him into a full-fledged man.”

The tongues say that Raúl Castro is a “jar”, ​​that is, the result of an adulterous relationship between his mother and a certain Chino Mirabal, a rural guard from the Birán area or something similar. Even some “students” have taken on the task of putting a photo of each of them, one next to the other, and it is true that the resemblance is enormous. You know how we Cubans are!

The older ones always commented that Fidel Castro forced him to marry Vilma Espín, that it was an “arranged relationship”. The gossips say that to cover up his homosexuality, that he was reaching national proportions and to give him some respect before a troop that was beginning to look at him as a militiawoman.

Some historians cite that this woman, Vilma Espín, betrayed Frank País, her previous boyfriend, an accusation that cost the teacher his life.
Raúl Castro is one of the architects of the mass executions against Cubans in the Sierra Maestra and in the early years of the 1960s. This fact is important and we must not forget it because he turned his smallness, insignificance, little manliness and pettiness into colossal violence and infinite hatred against the people of Cuba.

On the other hand, Raúl Castro is the most Stalinist guy in the world, not even the Russians love that son of a bitch that much, but Raul does, he adores Stalin with a strange fervor, he embraced his ideas from the beginning and put them into practice with a lot of pride without caring about the damage it causes to Cubans. I am convinced that this General, without battles or extraordinary merits, never read other less aberrant “theoreticians” of communism or “thinkers of socialism” who gave him a much less unhealthy dimension of life than he has.

On the other hand they say that he is a homebody, given to the family, who likes the dollar and the euro, who does not even hide this Cuban peso under his mattress, a great drinker of whiskey and vodka, given to his circle of friends , great connoisseurs of fine meats and alcohol, known as “the tropical brewing monks”, a fan of cockfighting, an implacable enemy of his “enemies” and father and grandfather of a caste who, in his image and likeness, have come out as loyal, opportunistic, treacherous and lethal hyenas.

In real life, Raúl Castro is an insignificant, insignificant character, without history or stories. Note that not even the manipulated historiography of the Castro-communists includes any famous phrase, important or even transient achievement of this “four-star general.” I have always wondered: How can this guy be the owner of Cuba? How this mecre person has taken over an island? Why do other soldiers follow him and swear allegiance to him? It is very difficult to explain.

At the end, and at the beginning, this is another of the many misfortunes that we Cubans have, a “Dictator” who has taken over the island based on promises, deceit, speeches, slogans, tiresome harangues. The forcible imposition of a cursed surname to achieve the continuity of robbery, extortion, abuse, outdated idolatry, scoundrels, the indiscriminate and brutal repression that has been going on for more than 63 years and that has been embodied against the most noble of the Cuban nation.


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José Martí
José Martí
Nacionalista cubano, poeta, filósofo, ensayista, periodista, traductor, profesor y editor.

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