November 26, 2016

James Otto:

James Otto ·

The movies at this time of the season are to inspire(muslim radical literature). so denzel washington is doing a movie and the commerical is to inspire father and son bond. You tube watchers. So they have denzel go through the basis of the communist father or CASTRO. denszel said:WHOI FEEDS YOU! WHO CLOTHS YOU!, WHO HOUSES YOU!!! etc and the boy said YOU DO FATHER! as you know that is coleman young communist party talking at family christians view points just before there exodus across 8 mile… the father has all these kids to feed, cloth and house. IT IS THE PURITY OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY. In that, the biological father is nothing, but the party father is ALL GOOD and CORRECT. you must worship DADDY!!! THAT IS FUNDAMENTAL COMMUNIST CASTRO SCHOOLs OF NY!!!! Do not watch movies of INSPIRATION unless under stand tribal demon cults using the writing to say they are YOUR INSPIRATION or you will see COLEMAN YOUNG warning get across 8 mile christians or ELSE!~!!! DICTATOR IS THE FATHER….
James Otto ·

I bet that obama will go to his state furneral!! seeing colin CHAPTER 7 K support castro’s day revolution game and to remove the USA flag and song anthem. Then seeing malcolm X with castro, too!!! when the simple muslim pilots took down the HENRY II See tower watching over GOVERNOR’s island in the hudson river of US AIRWAYS landing saying no one has the governor’s flag back!!! Knowing bush 43 the governor traded rodriquez from the rangers of texas to NY castro schools. THE DAY GAME and the end of the USA over ELIAN. castro had 147 nukes like iran. then the usa removed all forts in the north to the south and then mccain allows many division across the mccain doorway to live around southern military bases like castro did when he got his money and supplies and sailed from MEXICO to over throw the christian government of cuba. With the military in the south only and now in accurate castro missile range and death of the GOVERNOR’s island is now a FACT!!!! the usa flag will fall in less then 4 days from the 4 days of war conference in obama’s chicago. SOUTH END WITH WEAR THE BLACK like colin chapter 7 K… THIS IS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL of bush 43 the rangers GM and governor level of texas elementary school president lyndon…B business JOHNSON…. the big dance is near!!! spirit disco vs TNT disco!!! 8 mile or else?
James Otto ·

Castro of NY SCHOOLS has passed per son’s offical statement!!! Remember in communism the biological father is not the offical father that is the central head of the communist party that feeds, cloths and educates the CHILDREN aka: CASTRO!!! or coleman young!!!! You know it means something since RENO DIED, TOO!!! remember castro was willing to go to war when the USA kidnapped his boy ELIAN GONZALEZ. Reno went to the 11th federal court aka the NY SCHOOL SYMBOL of B BUSINESS and they ruled only the BIOLOGICAL FATHER could file for asylum!!! THe supreme court refused to get involved. THen RENO using SWAT rolled up to the miami’s relatives house like USA BUSING and removal of students from the local walk to school community and bus them to the carson knives school. then in virigina they introduce ELIAN to his biological daddy and they flew them privately to castro cuba like TRUMP would for BARON. This happen when Little round top WARREN released his picture: RULES DO NOT APPLY!!! Ironically, warren put in the issue with his boy and his virginia DYI marriage and his 5 yo boy. THe movie ended with his viriginia girl giving back the ring in NICARAGUA which had the communist take over GUNS FOR HOSTAGES history with reagan and COL. OLIVER NORTH of VA and his radio show today. As you know elian’s mother was ELIZABETH which is the person who VA is named after or the VIRGIN QUEEN ELIZABETH I or GWYNETH PAlTROW and her cold war play husband. Elizabeth’s last name was RODRIGQUEZ like the TX RANGER of bush 43 to NY YANKEE’s baseball player of the DAY GAME or castro schooled DAY REVOLUTION. RENO then later in miami BUSH 43 in elementary school of ELIAN as a 7yo and then they attacked the HENRY II towers or see watching the GOVERNOR’s ISLAND and simple muslim pilot students like hughes of SKY KING and john denver who crashed JETS into the BAY or HOME like hughes took down DEUCE!!!… the governor’s island will not survive or the usa flag will not stand because of colin chapter 7 K, but bush 43 lived on!!! THIS IS THE STORY from LITTLE ROUND WARREN and RULES DO NOT APPLY TO HIS BOY leaving him with the VA girl like paltrow of cold play. WHEN ON stage make sure they know you OWN IT, or they will pull the curtain of iron down on you!!! LITTLE ROUND TOP WARREN…. nicaragua forever!!!!
News article:

Fidel Castro, former leader of Cuba who defied the power of 10 US presidents, dies at age 90

HAVANA – HAVANA (AP) — Former President Fidel Castro, who led a rebel army to improbable victory in Cuba, embraced Soviet-style communism and defied the power of 10 U.S. presidents during his half century rule, has died at age 90.

With a shaking voice, President Raul Castro said on state television that his older brother died at 10:29 p.m. Friday. He ended the announcement by shouting the revolutionary slogan: “Toward victory, always!”

Castro’s reign over the island-nation 90 miles (145 kilometers) from Florida was marked by the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961 and the Cuban Missile Crisis a year later that brought the world to the brink of nuclear war. The bearded revolutionary, who survived a crippling U.S. trade embargo as well as dozens, possibly hundreds, of assassination plots, died 10 years after ill health forced him to hand power over to Raul.

Castro overcame imprisonment at the hands of dictator Fulgencio Batista, exile in Mexico and a disastrous start to his rebellion before triumphantly riding into Havana in January 1959 to become, at age 32, the youngest leader in Latin America. For decades, he served as an inspiration and source of support to revolutionaries from Latin America to Africa.

His commitment to socialism was unwavering, though his power finally began to fade in mid-2006 when a gastrointestinal ailment forced him to hand over the presidency to Raul in 2008, provisionally at first and then permanently. His defiant image lingered long after he gave up his trademark Cohiba cigars for health reasons and his tall frame grew stooped.

“Socialism or death” remained Castro’s rallying cry even as Western-style democracy swept the globe and other communist regimes in China and Vietnam embraced capitalism, leaving this island of 11 million people an economically crippled Marxist curiosity.

He survived long enough to see Raul Castro negotiate an opening with U.S. President Barack Obama on Dec. 17, 2014, when Washington and Havana announced they would move to restore diplomatic ties for the first time since they were severed in 1961. He cautiously blessed the historic deal with his lifelong enemy in a letter published after a month-long silence. Obama made a historic visit to Havana in March 2016.

Carlos Rodriguez, 15, was sitting in Havana’s Miramar neighborhood when he heard that Fidel Castro had died.

“Fidel? Fidel?” he said, slapping his head in shock. “That’s not what I was expecting. One always thought that he would last forever. It doesn’t seem true.”

“It’s a tragedy,” said 22-year-old nurse Dayan Montalvo. “We all grew up with him. I feel really hurt by the news that we just heard.”

MORE: A look at the life of Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro Ruz was born Aug. 13, 1926, in eastern Cuba’s sugar country, where his Spanish immigrant father worked first recruiting labor for U.S. sugar companies and later built up a prosperous plantation of his own.

Castro attended Jesuit schools, then the University of Havana, where he received law and social science degrees. His life as a rebel began in 1953 with a reckless attack on the Moncada military barracks in the eastern city of Santiago. Most of his comrades were killed and Fidel and his brother Raul went to prison.

Fidel turned his trial defense into a manifesto that he smuggled out of jail, famously declaring, “History will absolve me.”

Freed under a pardon, Castro fled to Mexico and organized a rebel band that returned in 1956, sailing across the Gulf of Mexico to Cuba on a yacht named Granma. After losing most of his group in a bungled landing, he rallied support in Cuba’s eastern Sierra Maestra mountains.

Three years later, tens of thousands spilled into the streets of Havana to celebrate Batista’s downfall and catch a glimpse of Castro as his rebel caravan arrived in the capital on Jan. 8, 1959.

The U.S. was among the first to formally recognize his government, cautiously trusting Castro’s early assurances he merely wanted to restore democracy, not install socialism.

Within months, Castro was imposing radical economic reforms. Members of the old government went before summary courts, and at least 582 were shot by firing squads over two years. Independent newspapers were closed and in the early years, homosexuals were herded into camps for “re-education.”

In 1964, Castro acknowledged holding 15,000 political prisoners. Hundreds of thousands of Cubans fled, including Castro’s daughter Alina Fernandez Revuelta and his younger sister Juana.

Still, the revolution thrilled millions in Cuba and across Latin America who saw it as an example of how the seemingly arrogant Yankees could be defied. And many on the island were happy to see the seizure of property of the landed class, the expulsion of American gangsters and the closure of their casinos.

Castro’s speeches, lasting up to six hours, became the soundtrack of Cuban life and his 269-minute speech to the U.N. General Assembly in 1960 set the world body’s record for length that still stood more than five decades later.

As Castro moved into the Soviet bloc, Washington began working to oust him, cutting U.S. purchases of sugar, the island’s economic mainstay. Castro, in turn, confiscated $1 billion in U.S. assets.

The American government imposed a trade embargo, banning virtually all U.S. exports to the island except for food and medicine, and it severed diplomatic ties on Jan. 3, 1961.

On April 16 of that year, Castro declared his revolution to be socialist, and the next day, about 1,400 Cuban exiles stormed the beach at the Bay of Pigs on Cuba’s south coast. But the CIA-backed invasion failed.

The debacle forced the U.S. to give up on the idea of invading Cuba, but that didn’t stop Washington and Castro’s exiled enemies from trying to do him in. By Cuban count, he was the target of more than 630 assassination plots by militant Cuban exiles or the U.S. government.

The biggest crisis of the Cold War between Washington and Moscow exploded on Oct. 22, 1962, when President John F. Kennedy announced there were Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba and imposed a naval blockade of the island. Humankind held its breath, and after a tense week of diplomacy, Soviet leader Nikita Krushchev removed them. Never had the world felt so close to nuclear war.

Castro cobbled revolutionary groups together into the new Cuban Communist Party, with him as first secretary. Labor unions lost the right to strike. The Catholic Church and other religious institutions were harassed. Neighborhood “revolutionary defense committees” kept an eye on everyone.

Castro exported revolution to Latin American countries in the 1960s, and dispatched Cuban troops to Africa to fight Western-backed regimes in the 1970s. Over the decades, he sent Cuban doctors abroad to tend to the poor, and gave sanctuary to fugitive Black Panther leaders from the U.S.

But the collapse of the Soviet bloc ended billions in preferential trade and subsidies for Cuba, sending its economy into a tailspin. Castro briefly experimented with an opening to foreign capitalists and limited private enterprise.

As the end of the Cold War eased global tensions, many Latin American and European countries re-established relations with Cuba. In January 1998, Pope John Paul II visited a nation that had been officially atheist until the early 1990s.

Aided by a tourism boom, the economy slowly recovered and Castro steadily reasserted government control, stifling much of the limited free enterprise tolerated during harder times.

As flamboyant as he was in public, Castro tried to lead a discreet private life. He and his first wife, Mirta Diaz Balart, had one son before divorcing in 1956. Then, for more than four decades, Castro had a relationship with Dalia Soto del Valle. They had five sons together and were said to have married quietly in 1980.

By the time Castro resigned 49 years after his triumphant arrival in Havana, he was the world’s longest ruling head of government, aside from monarchs.

In retirement, Castro voiced unwavering support as Raul slowly but deliberately enacted sweeping changes to the Marxist system he had built.

His longevity allowed the younger brother to consolidate control, perhaps lengthening the revolution well past both men’s lives. In February 2013, Raul announced that he would retire as president in 2018 and named newly minted Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel as his successor.

“I’ll be 90 years old soon,” Castro said at an April 2016 Communist Party congress where he made his most extensive public appearance in years. “Soon I’ll be like all the others. The time will come for all of us, but the ideas of the Cuban Communists will remain as proof that on this planet, if one works with fervor and dignity, they can produce the material and cultural goods that human beings need and that need to be fought for without ever giving up.”

Cuba’s government announced that Castro’s ashes would be interred on Dec. 4 in the eastern city of Santiago that was a birthplace of his revolution. That will follow more than a week of honors, including a nearly nationwide caravan retracing, in reverse, his tour from Santiago to Havana with the triumph of the revolution in 1959.

 

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