Fidel Castro discloses brother’s words to Obama


Raul Castro and his brother Fidel are such filthy slime… Their mother should have aborted both of them instead of bringing such parasites into this world. It will be a day to celebrate when Fidel finally drops dead. And as for his brother Raul, he’s just a queer. The bottom line is, put both of them together and they’re worth about as much as a dirty tampon. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press 

Associated Press
By ANDREA RODRIGUEZ 

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HAVANA (AP) — Cuban President Raul Castro introduced himself to President Barack Obama in English at Nelson Mandela’s funeral, telling him, “Mr. President, I’m Castro,” as the two leaders shook hands.

That’s according to Castro’s brother, Fidel, who broke months of silence Thursday with a lengthy editorial in state media discussing Cuba’s ties to Mandela and his brother’s trip to South Africa for his funeral.

The Dec. 10 handshake set off speculation in the U.S. and Cuba about whether it signaled a warming of ties between the two nations after decades of animosity. U.S. and Cuban officials dismissed that, calling the handshake a mere courtesy.

In his 2,400-word essay published Friday on the front pages of Cuba’s government-run newspapers and websites, Fidel Castro congratulated his brother for his “steadfastness and dignity, when, with a friendly but firm gesture, he greeted the head of the U.S. government and told him in English, ‘Mr. President, I’m Castro.’”

Castro, 87, handed over leadership of Cuba to his brother after suffering intestinal bleeding in 2006. He last wrote one of his trademark editorials and appeared in a photo in September. When Mandela died and Castro failed to appear in public or write about the loss of a close ally, many inside and outside Cuba wondered if it was an indication that his health had worsened.

As If to dispel those thoughts, the Cuban government on Monday published a photo of a vigorous-looking Castro meeting with a Spanish journalist three days earlier.

The journalist, Ignacio Ramonet, told The Associated Press that he and Castro discussed a wide range of topics including Mandela, Venezuelan politics and climate change and “I found him to be in excellent health and in a good mood, physically, mentally and psychologically.”

Castro wrote extensively about his relationship with Mandela in the article published Thursday, discussing Cuba’s backing of Angolan fighters who battled forces supported by the pro-apartheid South African government of the 1980s. He condemned the United States for supporting the opposing forces.

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Follow Andrea Rodríguez on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/ARodriguezAP

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