Tuesday, November 26, 2013

A collectivist Panopticon of a country.

A long read but well worth it. "Welcome to Cuba."
Even after he took power and formed a new government, even as Che Guevara lined thousands of men and boys against the blood-soaked walls of La CabaƱa and had them executed by firing squad, Castro kept his communist designs to himself. Later, however, he boasted about it with a terrifying ferocity.
“They corrupt the morals of young girls!” he shouted in 1968 against Cuba’s version of hippies, “and destroy posters of Che! What do they think? That this is a bourgeois liberal regime? NO! There is nothing liberal in us! We are collectivists! We are communists! There will be no Prague Spring here!” To this day there has been no “spring” in Havana.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

hahaha 'patriots' or whatever you call yourselves (in contradistinction to 'collectivists') invented political murder. you don't know your history very well at all, or you'd know that Lynching got its name from the practice of American "patriots" murdering "tories" (supporters of the legitimate government - or men and boys as you like to characterize them when you're smearing 'collectivists' lol) because - well it was just not 'convenient' to give them a fair trial and all. lol

but yeah, go on deluding yourself that only 'collectivists' murder their political enemies.

at least the followers of che and fidel had good reason to murder the compardorists and thugs who served them.

you might want to put down the kool aid and the AK/AR-15s and pick up some books.

see ya on the barricades