[QUOTE=Fraqrat;192870]Прошу прощения, товарищ Кастро сильно не понял так же, как его сверстники …
Kim Jong Il
Chiang Kai Shek
Kim Il Sung
Ho Chi Minh
Я уверен, что все их граждане любили их так много для всех великих школ и здравоохранения они были готовы пропустить небольшой геноцид здесь и там[/QUOTE]
Ah Google Translate at work again.
Yes there have been genocides committed by some of the above Communist leaders, as there have been by some despotes supported by the US: http://fpif.org/america-genocide-national-interest/
Castro can hardly be accused of genocide, though there were prisoners held in inhumane conditions. That was not the only place where that occured though: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2477383/photographer-Bruce-Jacksons-Inside-The-Wire-shows-life-Southern-prisons-1960s-70s.html
BTW Chiang Kai Shek was an anti-communist who was defeated by Mao and supported by USA.
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[QUOTE=injunear;192877]Isn’t it ironic that Putin won’t attend the funeral of the USSRs foremost tool. I guess he was the ultimate “useful idiot”…[/QUOTE]
Putin is the leader of Russian Federation, not USSR.
If Castro was a “useful idiot” for USSR during the cold war, he was a useful “demon” for the US propaganda machine.
Why is it so hard to accept that not everyone have to kowtow to the American might any more?
After over 50 years of US embargo Cubans are surviving despite all attempts to force them into submission. Maybe it is time to admit defeat and start behaving like a good neighbour.
The people who did not defect are mourning the loss of their “Father”: http://www.bbc.com/news/video_and_audio/headlines/38139177