Skip to comments.Fidel Castro makes first public appearance in nine months
Posted on 04/08/2016 8:39:25 AM PDT by Rio
Cuban revolutionary icon Fidel Castro appeared in public for the first time in nine months, chatting with school children and criticizing Barack Obama's recent visit.
Castro, 89, was seen on state TV state seated as he spoke to children about a late fellow revolutionary leader, Vilma Espin.
The last time Castro appeared in public was nine months ago, when state TV showed him with civilians who work with the armed forces and the interior ministry.
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Die, monster, die.
The same goes for your putrid brother too.
They will be mourned, however, by Braaaack.
Bambi can take their place and Cuba won’t miss a beat!
Always a top ten pick in Howie Carr’s Death Pool.
Why do evil people live longer?
The human race has a dreadful enemy. Satan who does the killing, stealing and destruction has use of them to steal, kill and destroy many. He isn't going to kill them while he has use of them. They will find their place in the lake of fire eventually (unless they repent in Jesus Christ Holy Name).
All the thanks that poor Obama gets for trying to be such a good friend!
Only the good die young
Come out Virginia...
I am ambivalent about the opening of relations with Cuba
It was not much of a ‘plan’ in the first place, and so OK its done now...
So... the worst thing we can do to the Castro’s is let their people see where capitalism is now, and how communism has left them stuck with 1950’s automobiles.
The more exposure to capitalism the better. Obama has really not done them much of a favor, once the people see what they are missing
The next GOP nominee should encourage the overthrow of the Castros’ while BOTH are still alive. Don’t wait for Jan. 20.
He needs to go like my boyhood hero Joe Paterno.
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