March 25, 2012

Castro and Obama, Birds of a Feather?

This one is somewhat close to home (or ex-home, thank God, as it were).

From Patriot Update:

If you go to Calle Ocho in Miami, and in particular the restaurant Versailles, at certain times in the day you can find a large group of Cubans passionately discussing politics. They lived communism first hand. Many were jailed fighting Castro. Many have friends and relatives who were killed and persecuted. Their stories need to be heard.

Unlike the linked article’s author, Victoria Jackson, who grew up in Miami, I didn’t leave Cuba until my late teens, and the information imparted in the short video interviews as well as the narrative is truly on point.

Here are the first of a series I will be presenting to you. Miami is my hometown and I was born in 1959, right when communism invaded Cuba. My childhood was saturated with the knowledge that my friends and neighbors came to my free country to escape the terror of communism. These Cuban friends see this freedom they risked their lives for disappearing, with the growth of government, especially in the Obama administration. I share their concern. This evil must be stopped.

The article is here.

This definitely sounds like something Obama and his ilk would arrange:

My Cuban friend told me that when Castro took over, religion was outlawed, Christians were jailed, freedom of speech - gone, and this is how the kindergarten children were brainwashed: they were told to bow their heads, close their eyes and ask God for candy, when they opened their eyes, there was no candy there, then they were told to bow their heads and ask Castro for candy, when they opened their eyes there was candy there.

Who? Fidel Obama? Barack Hussein Castro (now that’s a frightening thought, triple indemnity!)? Hmmm….

by @ 2:11 pm. Filed under Kommunism, The President
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