Castro killed and tortured thousands but Labour's closet communists think he was great...

Delusional Corbyn says Castro was a 'champion of social justice' - nothing could be more ridiculous

Castro killed and tortured thousands but Labour's closet communists think he was great...


Published on Sun, 27/11/2016 - 12:37


Castro. Just another murderous thug hiding behind phoney Leftist 'principles', which the stupid left swallowed hook, line and sinker.

Jeremy Corbyn says Castro was a 'champion of social justice' - nothing could be further from the truth.

But some sharp Twitter users saw the funny side of Corbyn's comments, one said: 'For all his flaws, Mussolini certainly got the trains running on time' MANY MORE HERE!

 

On BBC's Radio 4 former London mayor Ken Livingstone said Fidel Castro was an "absolute giant of the 20th century, initially he wasn't very good on lesbian and gay rights but the key things that mattered was that people had a good education, good healthcare and wealth was evenly distributed". Well, Ken, did you know Castro made it to Forbes Rich List? He stole Cuba's wealth, you know that, so what are you talking about? 

HAS RED KEN EMBARKED ON A NEW CAREER IN COMEDY??

Now for the truth on Castro...

The Cuba Archive project (www.cubaarchive.org) has already begun the heavy lifting by attempting to document the loss of life attributable to revolutionary zealotry. The project, based in Chatham, N.J., covers the period from May 1952 -- when the constitutional government fell to Gen. Fulgencio Batista -- to the present. It has so far verified the names of 9,240 victims of the Castro regime and the circumstances of their deaths. Archive researchers meticulously insist on confirming stories of official murder from two independent sources.

Cuba Archive President Maria Werlau says the total number of victims could be higher by a factor of 10. Project Vice President Armando Lago, a Harvard-trained economist, has spent years studying the cost of the revolution and he estimates that almost 78,000 innocents may have died trying to flee the dictatorship. Another 5,300 are known to have lost their lives fighting communism in the Escambray Mountains (mostly peasant farmers and their children) and at the Bay of Pigs. An estimated 14,000 Cubans were killed in Fidel's revolutionary adventures abroad, most notably his dispatch of 50,000 soldiers to Angola in the 1980s to help the Soviet-backed regime fight off the Unita insurgency.

 

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Socialism has a record of failure so blatant that only an 'intellectual' could ignore it.

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