Fidel Castro & Martin Luther King

Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (born August 13, 1926) is a Cuban revolutionary and politician, having held the position of Prime Minister of Cuba from 1959 to 1976, and then President from 1976 to 2008. He also served as the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba from the party's foundation in 1961 until 2011. Politically a Marxist-Leninist, under his administration the Republic of Cuba was converted into a multi-party socialist state, with industry and business being nationalised under state ownership and socialist reforms implemented in all areas of society. Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. 5.0/5

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According to both the Myers-Briggs Assessment and the Keirsey Temperament Sorter [and Carl Jung], along with 2% of the population, as an ENFP or "Idealist-Champion", I have the same base psychological profile as George Carlin, Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld, Orson Welles, Oliver Stone, Jack White, Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, Muammar Gaddafi, Hugo Chavez, Alan Watts, Michio Kaku, Anne Frank, Ralph Nader, Kurt Vonnegut, Julian "wikileaks" Assange, Aldous Huxley, Mark Twain, Hunter S. Thompson, Salmon Rushdie, Oscar Wilde, Anne Frank, Jacques Derrida, Martin Luther King, Jr., Sargent Shriver, Phil Donahue, Joan Baez, Katie Couris, Ellen DeGeneres, and Walt Disney among others. So, no. I won't shut up. The Champion is also known as "The Inspirer", and many of the people who rabble-rouse and incite change (for better or worse) are part of this small group. Lot's of writers, comedians, journalists, speakers, and revolutionaries. Typically highly talkative and overtly outspoken.
In these days following Nelson Mandela's death many will try to rewrite his history or better yet reshape it. It's not the first time it has happened nor will it be the last when it comes to our leaders, our heroes, our icons. It has been done to Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Medgar Evers, Marcus Garvey, Mahatma Gandhi, Rosa Parks, Leonard Peltier, even Mother Teresa. They will label Mandela a communist & a terrorist because he refused to denounce controversial leaders like Fidel Castro or Moammar Gaddafi or once aligned with the armed wing of the ANC that advocated violence to overthrow the apartheid regime of South Africa. Any student of history knows that sometimes in order to force change like the legislated regulation of racial segregation (APARTHEID) in South Africa there's the possibility for violence. How is Mandela any different than those who fought in the American Civil War like John Jacob Astor, Ulysses S. Grant or William Sherman? Why isn't history labelling them terrorists? Nelson Mandela . ...
I Can Not Express Enough How Important The Words Spoken By Robert Mugabe are to our Race. Mugabe Led a All Black Guerilla Army, the fought in the jungles of Zimbabwe for many years against Racist British Colonial Forces, Mercenaries sent by the U.S., South African Mercenaries and other Imperialist Forces. When a man who has fought on the battlefield speaks, in addition was successful in achieving a military his victory for the liberation his a people, this is a Front Line Liberation Voice speaking with strength and conviction too our struggle, and it is backed up with "Blood And Guts" on a battlefield with memories of sacrifices by his dead comrades. This is one of the strongest Black Leaders Of our Times. Many have been well spoken and their voices so powerful they move mountains, like Malcom X, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., but not many have led a army into battle, won that battle and liberated a people, this is the caliber of a Revolutionary That Robert Mugabe is, an equal too a Fidel Castro, Che, . ...
Lots a stuff 'pon my mind: Nelson Mandela was in the prison for 25 long years, and he rose from there to the seat of the President. I recall what "history" or rather " ourstory" records about some of our great political leaders and social activist. I recall heroes like Martin Luther King jr; Tuber Uriah " Buzz" Butler, C.L.R James, Marcus " Mosiah" Garvey, Fidel Castro, Maurice Bishop (some may question his name),Hugo Chavez, Malcom X; time and space will not permit me to name more names. A couple days ago I gave a youngster of about 8 years of age a ride from school, so I inquired from him, why is it that he is coming from school about 4.30 p.m. His response: " I came from practicing to dance". In my days it would have been practicing one of the many " male sporting discipline". or mebbe scouts or cadets ! Today our " male" youths are practicing to dance ! and then we wonder and lament as to " where are all our young men gone" ! ? THEY PRACTICING TO DANCE !
Famous and infamous subjects included in the book are mob bosses Al Capone and John Gotti; political figures Lenin and Fidel Castro, activists Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks, assassin Lee Harvey Oswald and celebrities Jimi Hendrix, Jane Fonda and Frank Sinatra.
I am reading on pages -724 of "Watergate: The Hidden Story" that former Teamsters union leader James Hoffa disappeared before immediately he was supposed to testify at a Senate hearing (The Church Committee) in 1975. The Church Committee was the common term referring to the United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, a U.S. Senate committee chaired by Senator Frank Church (D-ID) in 1975. A precursor to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the committee investigated intelligence gathering for illegality by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) after certain activities had been revealed by the Watergate affair. Under oath, James Hoffa could very well have testified about the Nixon-Mafia-Hoffa bribe, plots to eliminate John and Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, and foreign leaders such Fidel Castro, Patrice Lumumba, Rafael Trujillo, or Dag Hammarskjöld.
"Mitt": Norwegian, "my", "mine" - well, that explains a lot! Knowing the derivation of the man's name tells one a lot about his seemingly endless appetite to own stuff- money, his wife, seven homes, offshore bank accounts, America. As with Palin and Bachmann, there are numerous examples of his idiocy in his own words, for, as the late Anne Richards said of George H.W. Bush, "Poor Mitt, he can't help it, he was born with a silver foot in his mouth." With that in mind, let's take a peek at the Mittster. • "I saw my father march with Martin Luther King." (No you didn't!) Ahh Mitt, as it turns out you are either Superman or a liar (I'm betting on the latter). As it turns out, and as your own staff has admitted, your father never marched in the same postal zip code as Dr. King, never even on the same day and shame on you for evoking his name in the same sentence. • "My sons are all adults and they've made decisions about their careers and they've chosen not to serve in the military and active ...
Given the media’s neurotic hyper-sensitivity to the most microscopic hint of white on black racism here’s a question: When would a black human-rights activist who was jailed and tortured by a lily-white regime for the crime of quoting Martin Luther King be totally ignored by this same media while h...
I admire Fidel Castro for still being alive to speak his mind despite the seemingly insurmountable odds.
Malcolm X: An unyielding revolutionary By Esteban Morales July 16, 2007 Cubanow.- In September 1960, Malcolm X became one of those world personalities linked to the Cuban Revolution, not only for his revolutionary position, and his unyielding solidarity with Cuba, but also by being linked very early with the top leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, at the Theresa Hotel, in Harlem, New York. Forty-two years has passed since February 21st, 1965, when one of the brightest and most rational leaders of the 20th century was murdered. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 25th, 1925 and christened as Malcolm Little. His father was a Baptist pastor; follower of Marcus Garvey's ideals, and his mother was born on the Caribbean island of Grenada. He adopted his Muslim name, Hajj Malik El Shabazz, after his pilgrimage to Mecca but was known worldwide as Malcolm X. His social struggle was extremely intense and hard; by different and unconventional ways for his times, he reached a theoretical conception and a ...
Fidel Castro: The Summit of the Guayaberas Obama, the first black president of the United States who is, without any doubt, and intelligent, well educated and eloquent person-, made quite a few people believe that he was an emulator of Abraham Lincoln or Martin Luther King. Five years ago, a Papal Bull, applying concepts that prevailed at those times, allocated approximately 40 million square kilometers of land, inland waters and coastline to two small and belligerent kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula. The English, the French, the Dutch and other important feudal States were excluded from the share out. Endless wars were soon to erupt; millions of Africans were turned into slaves throughout four centuries and the autochthones cultures, some of them more advanced than those of Europe, were destroyed. Sixty four years ago, the execrable OAS was founded. It is impossible to overlook the hideous role played by that institution. A great number of people, who could perhaps be counted by the thousands, were kidn ...
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