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Posted December 14, 2006 by publisher in Cuba Human Rights

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This link was sent to us by email and all the text is in Spanish. I do not know the source but it makes for interesting speculation. If Fidel Castro is dead, this is one of the first photos to be released.

MiCalleOcho.com

Para los que lo quer�an ver aqu� lo tienen:

Mi pap� es m�dico y dice que es notable que en la foto se observa un rigor mortis de unas 10 a 12 horas. Se nota sobre todo en la boca, posici�n normal cuando es sellada y puesto algod�n. Se observan detalles que har�an dudar que sea un montaje:

* Unos 6 a 12 mil�metros de barba se observa sobresalido en la vestimenta. Efecto que ser�a dif�cil de hacer si fuera montaje.

* El peinado caracter�stico, todo hacia atr�s. Barba muy cuidada.

* La posici�n de la cabeza con respecto al cuerpo, la l�nea que sigue es directa y no tiene desviaciones en el eje.

* La luz permanece inalterada, cosa muy evidente en los montajes.

* No existen gestos en su cara ni se�al nerviosa que pueda alterar un m�sculo facial.

* El vidrio del ata�d se ve reflejado encima de su cara.

Por supuesto, como dicen muchos, hay que verlo para creerlo. Pero, recordemos que este personaje hizo historia, aunque sea mala, a nivel mundial; y es el �cono de los cubanos y del comunismo de anta�o, as� que dar una noticia as� de buenas a primeras sobre su muerte no ser�a buena idea para los que quedan.

Es posible que pasen v�deos regrabados o grabados previamente, haciendo creer que a�n se encuentra en vida.

Es posible que Lula se haya dejado llevar por la emoci�n del momento sobre el deceso y haya dicho lo que dijo.

Los sovi�ticos tienen una excelente t�cnica de embalsamamiento, pudiendo, inclusive, presentar la muerte de Castro luego de varias semanas o meses, y verse como si hubiese muerto recientemente. Stalin es la prueba.

El impacto pol�tico mundial ser�a muy grande para los seguidores socialistas y comunistas. �l era la referencia en base a sus ideolog�as revolucionarias.

El impacto que podr�a causar en el pueblo cubano; no hay que negar que Castro ten�a sus seguidores, pero igualmente, sus detractores que, quiz�s por miedo u opresi�n, no pod�an hablar ni hacer nada.

En todo caso, es inevitable la muerte.

Inclusive, para los que quieren ser m�s dioses que el mismo Dios.-

END END

I do not speak Spanish very well so here is the results of the Google translation

  1. Follow up post #1 added on December 17, 2006 by hans rademaker

    Wishfull thinking of the Cuban American criminals in Miami probably. Last thursday Hugo Chaveaz talked twice with Fidel.


  2. Follow up post #2 added on December 18, 2006 by Varsi Padayachee

    Sadly, the Fidel haters always seem to find a new low. When one thinks that they could not outdo themselves, they certainly show me up. However, it does illustrate, unequivocally, just how desperate these haters are, finding honesty,dialogue and pramatism a difficult pill to swallow.


  3. Follow up post #3 added on December 18, 2006 by MiamiCuban

    There’s a saying that goes, “when you throw dirt at someone, you only lose ground.”  Pretty soon these anti-Castro exiles aren’t going to have much ground to stand on, and like Ileana, they’ll be seen for the shallow, unscrupulous people that they are.


  4. Follow up post #4 added on December 18, 2006 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    MiamiCuban,

    Thanks for your comment. I debated whether or not I should have posted this especially since it is from a website called miCALLEOCHO, the name of the street in Little Havana, hence perhaps some bias to the site.

    I certainly don’t want it to seem that I posted it to “throw dirt”. I found it to be an interesting photo and content.



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  5. Follow up post #5 added on December 18, 2006 by MiamiCuban

    Publisher,

    I wasn’t referring to you at all (sorry if it came across that way).  You may be a Republican, but from your posts I can see you’re decent, fair, and intelligent.  I was referring to the typical right-wingers in Miami who see things in black and white and are always bashing Castro and the Cuban government.


  6. Follow up post #6 added on December 19, 2006 by Liborio

    Photoshop! Photoshop! Photoshop!

    Clearly a work of Enrigue Rubio at abajofidel.blogspot.com in Puerto Rico.

    Gusanoides Tontos Anonymous.


  7. Follow up post #7 added on May 04, 2007 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    May 4 2007

    This way made up for those of you coming in from search engines. Read our Home page for more information about the current health and political status of Fidel Castro.

    He is alive…physically anyway.



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  8. Follow up post #8 added on August 24, 2007 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    More rumors right now at 4:47pm Eastern time on Friday August 24, 2007.

    Please visit this post where I am posting all sources I can find:

    http://havanajournal.com/politics/entry/is-fidel-castro-dead-more-rumors/



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  9. Follow up post #9 added on September 22, 2007 by Lil_AfRo-Cubano

    Fidel haters have not sank to a new “low.” If anything Fidel sank to a low when he came to power and you can go to hell with him!


  10. Follow up post #10 added on September 22, 2007 by manfredz with 464 total posts

    the more i see of this crowd in action, the more I think “God help Cuba if they ever take over”


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