LA REALIDAD ACERCA DE CUBA Y FIDEL CASTRO

Lo he dicho una y otra vez , enterense de la verdad, busquen periodistas imparciales y con credibilidad, aprendan lo que realmente pasó en Cuba y quien fué Fidel Castro, y no se dejen influenciar for la malsana propaganda mediatica  imperialista, que lo único que hace es destruir la mente y el alma de las personas y que son las que festejan hoy la muerte de Fidel Castro, quien fué un gran apoyo y un ejemplo para LatinoAmérica y muchos otros países del mundo , que lo que siempre hizo fué apoyar a la libertad y se convirtió en enemigo mortal del imperio americano, quien estaba acostumbrado a destruir, robar, invadir y masacrar a mucha gente para conseguir sus fines de dominación, bajo el autonombramiento de policía del mundo.
Si Fidel Castro es acusado de los sufrimientos del pueblo cubano es doblemente responsable los Estados Unidos, por el írrito embargo en contra de Cuba.
Conversé una vez hace muchos años con un ciudadano cubano y le preguntaba acerca de Fidel y la Revolución y me dijo ” mira mi apreciación de esto, te lo puedo resumir a: si en una familia el padre, que es el responsable por la seguridad de sus hijos, los ataca y los golpes y no los respeta, los hijos van a buscar a sus tíos o algun familiar o al vecino para que lo defienda y acabe el abuso y Fidel lo único que tuvo a mano fué a la Unión Soviética y ese fué el nacimiento de el odio de parte de los Estados Unidos hacia Cuba y Fidel Castro” .
Yo comprendo de la reacción de muchos cubanos exilados que fueron afectados con este problema, pero ir a pedir ayuda al país que es responsable por la pobreza y los problemas de ellos mismos, no tiene sentido.

¿Quién fué?
Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Castro and the second or maternal family name is Ruz.
Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (American Spanish: [fiˈðel aleˈhandɾo ˈkastɾo ˈrus] About this sound audio (help·info); August 13, 1926 – November 25, 2016) was a Cuban politician and revolutionary who governed the Republic of Cuba for 47 years as Prime Minister from 1959 to 1976 and then as President from 1976 to 2006 (de jure until 2008). Politically a Marxist–Leninist and Cuban nationalist, he also served as the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba from 1961 until 2011. Under his administration, Cuba became a one-party socialist state; industry and business were nationalized, and state socialist reforms were implemented throughout society.

Born in Birán, Oriente as the son of a nouveau riche sugarcane farm owner originally from Galicia, Spain, Castro adopted leftist anti-imperialist politics while studying law at the University of Havana. After participating in rebellions against right-wing governments in the Dominican Republic and Colombia, he planned the overthrow of Cuban President Fulgencio Batista, launching a failed attack on the Moncada Barracks in 1953. After a year’s imprisonment, he traveled to Mexico where he formed a revolutionary group, the 26th of July Movement, with his brother Raúl Castro and Che Guevara. Returning to Cuba, Castro took a key role in the Cuban Revolution by leading the Movement in a guerrilla war against Batista’s forces from the Sierra Maestra. After Batista’s overthrow in 1959, Castro assumed military and political power as Cuba’s Prime Minister. The United States opposed Castro’s government, and unsuccessfully attempted to remove him by assassination, economic blockade, and counter-revolution, including the Bay of Pigs Invasion of 1961. Countering these threats, Castro formed an alliance with the Soviet Union. In response to U.S. nuclear missiles in Turkey, and perceived U.S. threats against Cuba, Castro allowed the Soviets to place nuclear weapons on Cuba, sparking the Cuban Missile Crisis—a defining incident of the Cold War—in 1962.
Adopting a Marxist-Leninist ideology, Castro converted Cuba into a pro-Soviet, one-party, socialist state under Communist Party rule, the first and only in the Western Hemisphere. Policies introducing central economic planning and expanding healthcare and education were accompanied by state control of the press and the suppression of internal dissent. Abroad, Castro supported anti-imperialist revolutionary groups, backing the establishment of Marxist governments in Chile, Nicaragua, and Grenada, and sending troops to aid allies in the Yom Kippur War, Ogaden War, and Angolan Civil War. These actions, coupled with Castro’s leadership of the Non-Aligned Movement from 1979 to 1983 and Cuba’s medical internationalism, increased Cuba’s profile on the world stage. Following the Soviet Union’s dissolution in 1991, Castro led Cuba into its “Special Period” and embraced environmentalist and anti-globalization ideas. In the 2000s he forged alliances in the Latin American “pink tide”—namely with Hugo Chávez’s Venezuela—and signed Cuba to the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas. In 2006 he transferred his responsibilities to Vice-President Raúl Castro, who formally assumed the presidency in 2008.
Castro is a controversial and divisive world figure. He is decorated with various international awards, and his supporters laud him as a champion of socialism and anti-imperialism whose revolutionary regime secured Cuba’s independence from American imperialism. Conversely, critics view him as a dictator whose administration oversaw human-rights abuses, the exodus of a large number of Cubans, and the impoverishment of the country’s economy. Through his actions and his writings he has significantly influenced the politics of various individuals and groups across the world.

Aquí los dejo con un video de un periodisca 100% confiable y que explica un poco mejor de quien fué Fidel Castro Ruz y que creo que debe ser respetado y no se deberían permitir la serie de barbaridades y ofensas que se dicen a travez de las redes sociales.
https://youtu.be/-ICReqSZ1HE

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