Saturday, February 18, 2012

Zone of Reality: Castro Notes


Since the schools no longer teach history, I really do think everyone needs to start reading history books on their own.  There is no way any society can fix itself as long as the mind and heart is convinced that falsehood is reality, that failure is greatness and that disreputable character doesn't count..  Other than that.....I can add nothing. RK 

Mimi Alford, You Poor Thing
Humberto Fontova
Feb 17, 2012

…..the tombs are symbolic. Most of the bodies still lie in mass graves dug by bulldozers on the orders of Ted Turner's fishing buddy, Jimmy Carter and George Mc Govern’s “old friend” and Barbara Walter's and Diane Sawyer’s cuddle-bunny.

Never heard of this Cuban Memorial in the mainstream media? Well, it honors the tens of thousands of Fidel Castro's and Che Guevara's victims. Need I say more about the media blackout?...didn't think so…..

"Two planes, Mr. President!" Admiral Burke sputtered into his commander-in-chief's face. The fighting admiral was livid…."Burke, we can't get involved in this," replied Kennedy……"WE put those Cuban boys there, Mr. President!"…… "By God, we ARE involved!"' But Admiral Burke could not budge The Leader of the Free World from betraying his pledge to the freedom-fighters desperately battling Soviet Imperialism 90 miles from U.S. shores

"Can't continue," crackled the final message from San Roman a day later. For three days his force of mostly volunteer civilians had battled savagely against a Soviet-trained-and-led force 10 times theirs’ size, inflicting casualties of 20 to 1. To this day their feat of arms amazes professional military men. “They fought magnificently—and they were NOT defeated!” stressed their trainer Marine Col. Jack Hawkins, a multi-decorated veteran of Bataan, Iwo Jima and Inchon.

“They simply ran out of ammunition after being abandoned by their sponsor the U.S. Government.”


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