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The Rights of Humanity by Party9999999 The Rights of Humanity by Party9999999
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HailMyself Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
The world call him a dictator;
I call him a saint.
Because this dictator product doctor to healing for free.
While other so call free world leaders just product bombs and chemical weapons.
Then yes, the world need more dictators like him.
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The-Conquerors Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Depends. For instance Cuban healthcare is exceptional but only if your a tourist. Castro reserves the best healthcare for the rich and and visitors to his country. The rest of the population flounders. ~ C
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allman08 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Its kind of hard for a country to progress when there's an embargo against them. For no apperant reason.
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The-Conquerors Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
There was a reason. The Cuban missile crisis? I admit there are things about communism I'm like but I'm not going to worship half-bit regimes. Being friendlily with the Soviets was fine. Letting them put missiles in their country...mmmmm probably not the best idea. There was an apparent reason is my point.

Also Cuba does have good healthcare. So they are progressing. The only flaw is that it ironically gives it only to the rich which is against Communist ideals. That and Castro declared himself presdient for life and is stepping down only because of his old age. It would be better if say it was ran like Tito's Yugoslavia. Alas for some reason people have a hard on for Castro and Cuba and ignore Tito. Why? I'll never understand. ~ C
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allman08 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Have you ever been in a debate and thought and you just wish you could do it in person?
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The-Conquerors Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Not really. I've met some violent crazies and I am glad that I am halfway across the world from them at times. ~ C
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allman08 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
I have a hard time typing and spelling big words. Also, if you say a word i can't read i could at least hear how to say it.
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MornofVivec Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014
Fidel might not be a perfect leader, but he does bring up an excellent point.
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LeRevolutionnaire Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2014
A great man!   For those uninformed, please read and speak to Cubans who haven't been brainwashed by the US, better yet travel to Cuba to see the improvements the socialist government under Castro has accomplished.  The highest ratio of physicians to civilian population in the western hemisphere, free education, health care etc,  There are still problems ; like anywhere, and the US certainly doesn't help with its embargo of everything including advanced pharmaceuticals. 

When the United States experienced their hurricane Katrina, Cuba assembled over 1,000 of its physicians to be airlifted to Louisiana to help the victims.......the US government refused the aid.   Recently president Correa of   Ecuador told a news reporter that the US had offered more training for his military at their "school of the Americas" camp in the state of Georgia.  He also told the reporter that Castro's government had offered free medical educations to Ecuadorans who qualified.

Correa chose the Cuban offer and said no thanks to the Yanks!

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sonrouge Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2014
And none of that means a goddamn thing to the Cubans imprisoned because they had the nerve to think differently than your beloved Castro.

And the US embargo applies only to US goods, not the rest of the world, so it's not an excuse for Cuba's problems.
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