This Appeared on February 7, 2009.
Castro and Che's Victims Honored this Week-End
By Humberto Fontova
You'll often find people with itchy noses and red-rimmed eyes ambling amidst the long rows of white crosses at Tamiami Park on Coral Way and 107 Avenue in Miami. It's a mini-Arlington cemetery called the Cuban Memorial, in honor of Castro and Che's murder victims and those who fell trying to free Cuba from the murderous barbarism they imposed with their Soviet overlords while "The Best and Brightest" dithered, bumbled and finally betrayed……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 (many of them U.S citizens, by the way). Need I say more about the media blackout? ... I didn't think so.
Some of these Cuban Memorial visitors will be kneeling, others walking slowly, looking for a name. You remember a similar scene from the opening frames of "Saving Private Ryan." Many clutch rosaries. Many of the ladies will be pressing their faces into the breast of a relative who drove them there, a relative who wraps his arms around her spastically heaving shoulders.
Try as he might not to cry himself, he usually finds that the sobs wracking his mother, grandmother or aunt are contagious. ….We will not be evacuated!"…. "We came here to Fight!"….. "Let it end here!" …."No Retreat! We Stand and Fight – Bay of Pigs Commander that was betrayed by Jack Kennedy.
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