Friday, July 26, 2013


Bitter clingers, in Cuba, celebrate one of humanity's worst;
 Cuba on Friday commemorated the 60th anniversary of Fidel Castro's failed attack on a military army barracks that is considered the beginning of the Cuban Revolution.
Thousands were in the audience as President Raul Castro spoke in the eastern city of Santiago at a square outside the Moncada barracks, still visibly pockmarked with bullet holes from the doomed assault.
....Several heads of state from friendly nations attended the anniversary including Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro, Bolivia's Evo Morales, Uruguay's Jose Mujica and Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega.
....In speeches, the leaders vowed solidarity with Cuba, railed against U.S. "imperialism" and Washington's 51-year-old economic embargo, eulogized the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and said the Cuban Revolution inspired armed and political uprisings in their own nations.
That's something to celebrate?

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