Fidel Castro “Resigns”?


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The mainstream media is all aflutter, atwitter and agape over Cuba’s Communist Party “Congress” this week, where Fidel Castro, former Cuban president and first secretary of Cuba’s Communist Party, officially “resigned” his position.

In February 2008, Fidel Castro had already officially “resigned” as president, while retaining his position as first secretary of Cuba’s Communist Party. His baby brother Raul, “president” of Cuba since 2008 and former second secretary of Cuba’s Communist Party, supposedly now succeeds Fidel, as first secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, as he had succeeded his brother as president back in 2008.

But back in July, 2006, upon the onset of his intestinal illness, Fidel had supposedly already transferred his duties as president to his brother Raul, who became president of the Council of State, while formerly he reigned only as the lowly, first vice president of the National Assembly of the Popular Power and as first vice president of the Council of Ministers, as well as minister of the Revolutionary Armed Forces.

Fidel Castro’s former positions as president of the Council of State, president of the Council of Ministers and commander-in-chief of Cuba’s Armed Forces have not been clarified by the intrepid reporters bestowed Castroite visas.

Raul Castro, in turn, was succeeded as second secretary of the Cuban Communist Party by his longtime toady Ramon Machado (80), formerly, first vice president of Cuba’s Council of State. Machado was replaced as second secretary of the Cuban Communist Party by Ramiro Valdes, formerly serving his nation in various posts including minister of the Interior, vice-prime minister, and minister of Informatics and Communications.

Forgive me. No doubt you’re becoming stuporous while reading this faster than I did while writing it. So let’s turn to the chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Ileana Ros Lehtinen, for a snappier wrap-up:

Who are they kidding? Shifting the chairs on the Titanic will do nothing to prevent the sinking of the Cuban regime. The sham perpetuated by the Castro brothers has no end and it represents a continual atrocious affront to the entire Cuban nation. The current tyrant Raul Castro, who has misruled Cuba since his brother ceded power, takes over as chief of the Communist Party from the prior tyrant Fidel Castro and they announce this as “changes.” Who are they kidding? They have been in power for 52 repressive years.

The so called “Congress” of the Community Party is anything but a Congress, as the agenda and all the decisions have been previously agreed to by the ruling and aging dictators. The Cuban people deserve much better than these old and tired despots who refuse to accept that they have failed miserably.

The octogenarian tyrants know their policies are a disaster that have led Cuba into the hole in which it finds itself. Freedom and liberty will come to Cuba and the actions of those who tried to impede its arrival will be harshly condemned by history.

Lest we forget, the media was equally aflutter, atwitter and agape back in 2008, when Fidel had resigned as president of Cuba, but retained his position as first secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, and even earlier in July 2006, when he resigned upon his health hiccup. “Major reforms” were in the offing, we were assured by the mainstream press and its pet Cuban “experts” and “analysts.”

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  • g_jochnowitz

    After Fidel Castro resigned from office, he changed his position on Israel. http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/

    This story has not gotten enough publicity.

  • Steve Chavez

    "Hey, the people can't revolt against me, like those Middle East dictators, because I resigned. I have vision!"

    Fidel is a Con not unlike our Con-Artist-in-Chief! Most of the world's dictators were Father to Son power transfers but in Cuba, it was Brother to Brother! Where are all the American's, who are screaming for elections in the Middle East, to require "democratic reforms" and elections in Cuba?

    FIDEL still is in power and all major decisions need his approval since it is HIS Revolution and history books must be favorable towards him and if the enslaved people did revolt and oust the Castro's, history will be required to be re-written by our American authors who loved Castro!

    Did you notice Fidel was wearing a large coat in 90 degree humid heat? I have said all along that he wears a Colostomy Bag, aka a $hit bag! He has to wear baggy clothes to hide the protruding bag! He will also not allow hugs since they could rip the bag or its tube! But one thing you can't hide: THE SMELL!

  • Steve Chavez

    I saw that Ramiro Valdes was elevated. Is he any relation to my good comrade from New Mexico, Nelson?

  • scum

    And so the circle continues: With the puppet Batista, you get Castro. With the puppet Shah, you get Sharia. Training the mujihadeen, you get bin Laden. Funding Pol Pot, you get Genocide. Ah………………..I love the smell of napalm in the morning