Saturday, January 12, 2019

Vatican (Briefly) Commemorates Cuba's Stalinist Revolution

Humberto Fontova Jan 12, 2019

Last week the Vatican’s official website marked the 60th anniversary of the atheist, mass-murdering, terror-sponsoring Castro family’s and Che Guevara’s ascension to absolute power thusly:
“Cuba Celebrates 60 Years of the Revolution….The Cuban Revolution celebrated its 60th anniversary this January 1, 2019. On the island, the historic anniversary was celebrated with a ceremony in Santiago de Cuba, in the cemetery of Santa Ifigenia, where Fidel Castro is buried, who died on November 25, 2016. To the main national forces on January 10, 1959, the dictator Fulgencio Batista fled 26 months of guerrilla war led by brothers Fidel and Raul Castro. From Santiago, Fidel Castro proclaimed the beginning of the revolution the victory of the counterculture.”
 The congratulatory notice was short-lived, however. After many (apparently) outraged Catholics flashed it around social media the Vatican (apparently) had second thoughts and deleted it. 
The question for many Vatican and Cuba watchers is: “Why? Why the (apparently) chagrined deletion? What’s the big deal?

I mean, it’s not like the Vatican (and especially this Pope) haven’t duly recorded their grotesque affection for the Castro regime on many, many occasions. .........But the instance mentioned above is hardly the first time that this Pope, who habitually hails mass-murderer/war-mongers Castro and Che Guevara, has denounced Donald Trump. "A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian." (Pope Francis after holding a showy mass in Ciudad Juarez for the Mexicans who died trying to cross the U.S. border, Feb. 18, 2016.)...........To Read More....

My Take - I keep hearing: Who picked the guy?  The real question should be: Can we impeach this guy?

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