Fidel Castro is dead, and Miami is alive. Those who reside in Miami’s “Little Havana” have been celebrating constantly since the death of Fidel. Many of those residing there do so because they were fleeing Fidel’s regime, and many personally know those who suffered due to him.
He knows what the liberal idiots shedding tears at Fidel’s death don’t know. It truly is amazing how those who will claim to stand up for the marginalized and the oppressed seem to always be the ones fetishizing dictators.
Among those who offered a heartfelt message following the death of Fidel was Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who stated that not only was Castro “remarkable,” but that he was a “larger than life leader who served his people.” That naturally earned him scores of mockery from the internet, who got the hashtag “TrudeauEulogies” trending
Among the satirical Trudeau eulogies included “Osama Bin Laden was certainly a controversial figure, but his contribution to airport security is unparalleled,” “Let us remember Jack the Ripper as a great benefactor who worked tirelessly to get female prostitutes off the streets,” and “While controversial, Henry VIII loved all his wives equally, and was a purveyor of women’s rights.”
I suppose we actually need to remind people that Castro was a ruthless dictator. But don’t take my word for it, let’s take the word of a Cuban. As Truthfeed reported:
Marco Rubio, a Cuban-American, reminds liberals that Castro was a BRUTAL dictator and his death does not change the way Cuba is ruled since Castro’s brother has been running the country for the past decade.
He also made a Facebook post on the same subject, writing “Fidel Castro seized power promising to bring freedom and prosperity to Cuba, but his communist regime turned it into an impoverished island prison. Over six decades, millions of Cubans were forced to flee their own country, and those accused of opposing the regime were routinely jailed and even killed.
Sadly, Fidel Castro’s death does not mean freedom for the Cuban people or justice for the democratic activists, religious leaders, and political opponents he and his brother have jailed and persecuted. The dictator has died, but the dictatorship has not. And one thing is clear, history will not absolve Fidel Castro; it will remember him as an evil, murderous dictator who inflicted misery and suffering on his own people.
The future of Cuba ultimately remains in the hands of the Cuban people, and now more than ever Congress and the new administration must stand with them against their brutal rulers and support their struggle for freedom and basic human rights.”
There’s no defending Castro, and liberals ought to know better. They’re afraid of Mike Pence because he once voted in favor of a bill that would’ve supported bill for gay conversion therapy – but Castro is the one who was putting gays in re-education camps. They don’t seem to mind when a tyrannical communist dictator did much worse than the future Vice President (who I’ll remind them, has just about zero power).