Fidel Castro Dies at Age 90


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Fidel Castro dies at age 90, his brother announces on TV (ENG SUBTITLES)

RT on Nov 26, 2016

Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro has died at age 90.


Fidel Castro, a Legendary Life

teleSUR English on Nov 25, 2016

Fidel Castro, a true legend, has passed away at the age of 90. He is one of the few people to have taken on the U.S. empire, and won. His life has inspired and will continue to inspire revolutions around the world.


Castro’s Legacy for Cuba, Latin America, and the World

TheRealNews on Aug 17, 2016

Aviva Chomsky uses the recent occasion of Fidel Castro’s 90th birthday that discusses his impact on Cuba and the global revolutionary movement.


from the archives:

Fidel Castro Defies US Imperialism Even in Death by Finian Cunningham

In Cuba, the revolution continues, softly, as times change by John Pilger

The Empire and the Right to Life of Human Beings by Fidel Castro Ruz

Cuba: How the workers and peasants made the revolution by Chris Slee

638 Ways To Kill Castro (video)

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  3. 638 Ways To Kill Castro is a very interesting film.

    The US underworld nurses a veritable ecosystem of psychopathologies. The CIA leviathan possesses multiple, strange synaptic loops.

    The more one understands (about) that dark world of espionage, black ops, secret intelligence and covert operations, the deeper one must journey into the Byzantine depths of fear itself; into the catacombs of the unconscious, that shadowy lodge where manipulative advantage dwells in menace, awaiting predatory opportunity.

    Criminal fraternity is ersatz devotion masquerading as loyal nobility. It is fake. Like Donald Trump is fake. The enthusiastic ‘support’ he enjoys is also fake. The empty vessel, sounds the loudest as Shakespeare noted. Everything he says and does is for effect, insubstantial and meaningless.

    The further one travels those deep occulted pathways of the psyche, the more disturbing it becomes. Profane power is a terrible drug that possesses the soul, because it feeds on (self-)deception and thrives in a petrified darkness that is the enemy of light, rather than its complement, & natural nemesis.

    Fidel will live forever as an iconic (and to many, heroic) leader, simply because he survived; but also for the remarkable ways by which he perpetually managed to outwit and outmanoeuver the fiendish resentment and malignancy of so many lesser mortals.

      • I was slightly heartened yesterday or the day before, to hear BBC Radio actually reporting Jill Stein’s call for recounts, as headline news ~ quite an unexpected development, considering the scant attention she received during the campaign, ‘over here.’

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