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Viva la Causa: MSM Dupes Celebrate the Racist Roots of the Castro/Che Revolution

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Viva la Causa: MSM Dupes Celebrate the Racist Roots of the Castro/Che Revolution Viva la Causa: MSM Dupes Celebrate the Racist Roots of the Castro/Che Revolution - Big Journalism

by Humberto Fontova

Next we’ll hear that James O’Keefe attended a dinner party honoring Apartheid South Africa’s former president, P. W. Botha. If so, and the accusation verified, O’Keefe’s “insensitivity” to human (and civil) rights would barely register against that of Max Blumenthal’s boss at The Daily Beast, Tina Brown.

I’ll report. Y’all decide:

“N**ger!” taunted my jailers between tortures,” reported the world’s longest suffering black political prisoner about his suffering. “We pulled you down from the trees and cut off your tail!” laughed my torturers. For months I was naked in a 6 x 4 foot cell. That’s four feet high, so you couldn’t stand. But I felt a great freedom inside myself. I refused to commit spiritual suicide.

I do not refer to Nelson Mandela. No, the prisoner was a black Cuban named Eusebio Peñalver, whose incarceration and torture at the hands of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara’s Stalinist regime stretched to 29 years, surpassing Nelson Mandela’s record in time behind bars and probably doubling the horrors suffered by Mandela during this period.
It is extremely hard to understand the progressive fascination with Castro brothers’ regime. What can they argue when face with the atrocities carried out by the regime? To argue that it is for the improvement of the Cuban people is equivalent to accept that violent, racist oppression is OK as long as it's done to foster and promote their lefty ideology.
 

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Eusebio Peñalver story, the world’s longest-serving black political prisoner of the 2oth century, who spend 28 of the 30 years sentence in prison, one year more that the time spent by Nelson Mandel, is crying out to be exposed. During his long time in prison he suffered the most brutal tortures as a result of continuous harassment for 24 hours a day and seven days a week, as he describes in a short autobiographical synopsis. He is a legend of courage in the struggle against the Castro tyranny, a real patriot who lived and acted by his principles and commitment to the cause of Cuba freedom.

The elite media, because he was Castro's political prisoner, consider him another crazy Cuban refugee, not worthy of reporting accurate unbiased news about his story. His untold story is another example of the mainstream media failure when this type of story is ignored and considered unimportant. Given the attention focused on Nelson Mandela similar story, why the story of this brave man remain in relative obscurity? Could be because his political ideology?
 

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To understand the true true impact that the Castro brothers regime had on race relations, special attention would be given to the life of Eusebio Penalver who was the longest serving black political prisoner of the 20th century. He was incarcerated in Cuba longer than Nelson Mandela was incarcerated in South Africa. His jailers called him "Nigger" and "Monkey." They also warned him that they would pull him down from the trees and cut off his tail. Instead, they just put him in solitary confinement. No wonder only 8% of Cuba's communist rulers are black. And no wonder 85% of its prisoners are black. The term "apartheid" could be applied to Cuba if only American prpgressive elite were honest.
 

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The saddest part of it all is that today there are way too many people that don't want to hear or read the truth about Cuba. They take everything published by the MSM at face value. The apologists of Castro’s regime are blind to the obvious racial disparities which place most of black Cubans at the lower end of the social ladder.
 

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We see black teenagers wearing the Che T shirt, if they only knew how racist this guy was. America is buying a huge lie, and look who is helping, Hollywood and the Left, and they love calling us racist. The truth is slowly breaking the wall of misinformation, lies, distortions and ignorance.
 

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It is very easy for Castro’s cheer leaders to live elsewhere enjoying the fruits of capitalism and yet defend the Cuban dictatorship from a distance. Black American tourists who visit Cuba are shocked to see how differently they are treated from White American tourists. In numerous occasions they are stopped by the police that mistake them as black Cubans, and have to prove their foreigner status by showing their passport or other type of ID.
 

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We can't ignoring the fact that some of the most eloquent and courageous dissidents are black. Dissidents like Jorge Luis Perez Garcia “Antunez”, the independent journalist Guillermo Fariñas, human rights activist Dr. Darsi Ferrer, and the prisoner of conscience Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet.

They and others like them, black, white and mixed, are fighting against enormous odds to challenge the regime that enslaves their country. Their race matters only that it makes them twice the victim.
 

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Fidel Castro has told the people of Cuba for fifty one years, that the United States is a racist government. What are they going to tell them now that the U.S. has a Black President? They were tricked fifty years ago, only to find out that all the promises of a better tomorrow were just that, promises, empty promises that he never intended to keep. The majority of casualties in foreign wars ware black Cubans, and 80% of prisoners are black Cubans. The Castro brothers’ regime will not be able to keep using the race card.
 

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Do you stand in front a mirror and talk to yourself like this too?
 
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Wiseone said:
Do you stand in front a mirror and talk to yourself like this too?

Look at the timestamps. He's just bumping his own threads to the top. On most forums this would be considered spamming, but apparently not here.
 

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Look at the timestamps. He's just bumping his own threads to the top. On most forums this would be considered spamming, but apparently not here.

Well he doesn't make many threads, and almost all of his posts are responses to his own threads, and almost no one visits said threads, so I think he just flies under the radar.
 

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Well he doesn't make many threads, and almost all of his posts are responses to his own threads, and almost no one visits said threads, so I think he just flies under the radar.
Let see, there are 10 responses and 198 views of this thread (01/18/2011 at 5:00 pm). Each response gets an average of 20 views. Compare to other thread on the “General Political Discussion”, this thread is above the average ratio of 10 views per response. Obviously a number of people are interested in this thread and visit it. Even you visit and responded to it.
 
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