By Rich Kozlovich
This next article was in the order in which it appeared and I posted them accordingly. Who would have thought it would have been so poignant. The timing is perfect in light of the reaction to the Trayvon Martin killing. Race baiters are out in force raging against 'the man', demanding that Zimmerman be arrested or else. They could care less whether he is guilty or not. These are the same people who idolize a man whose regime believes that "The Negro is indolent and spends his money on frivolities, whereas the European is forward-looking, organized and intelligent... We're going to do for blacks exactly what blacks did for the Cuban revolution. By which I mean: NOTHING!"- (Ernesto "Che" Guevara.) In spite of the horrors black Cubans are suffering and have suffered for over fifty years; they adore him! The real question that must be asked is this; are they sane?
This appeared on April 9, 2009
Congressional Black Caucus Smitten With Castro
By Humberto Fontova
By Humberto Fontova
Cuba's atrocious record on race was somehow overlooked by the Congressional Black Caucus. Last week the Stalinist regime that jailed and tortured the longest suffering black political prisoner in modern history (Eusebio Penalver) rolled out the red carpet for 6 smitten members of the CBC. All of these U.S. legislators met with "President" Raul Castro while a lucky three secured back-stage passes to meet Fidel himself. Not since Ann Margaret's reaction to Conrad Birdie's kiss has anything been recorded to match these U.S. legislators' reaction to these meetings.
"He looked directly into my eyes!" gasped Rep. Laura Richardson (D-Ca.) ...- "It was quite a moment to behold!" hyperventilated Rep. Barbara Lee. (D-CA)... - "He's one of the most amazing human beings I've ever met!" gushed Emanuel Cleaver(D-Mo) ...- "Raul Castro was a very engaging, down-to-earth and kind man," according to Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) "someone who I would favor as a neighbor. It was almost like visiting an old friend," (a Freudian slip, perhaps? Bobby Rush, after all, was a card-carrying Black Panther who did prison time.
Today the prison population in Stalinist/Apartheid Cuba is 90 percent black while only 9 percent of the ruling Stalinist party is black. As these Black legislators cavorted in Cuba, a Black Cuban anti-communist named Antunez, who suffered 17 years in Castro's dungeons (essentially for quoting Martin Luther King and the UN Declaration of Human Rights in a public square), was on a hunger strike against Castroism.:.....