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Cuba's revolutionary hero Ernesto "Che" Guevara,center, Cuba's leader Fidel Castro, left, and Cuba's President Osvaldo Dorticos, right, attend a reception in an unknown location in Cuba.─AP


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Castro (L), then 33 years old, chatting with ailing 31-year-old Ernesto "Che" Guevara, at his barracks in Havana, shortly after both led the revolution that overthrew the Batista regime. ─AFP


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In this Feb. 26, 1957 file photo, Cuba's leader Fidel Castro stands in an unknown location in Cuba. ─ AP


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This file photo taken in the 1960s shows then Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro (L) lighting a cigar while listens

Argentine Ernesto Che Guevara.— AFP


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Castro speaks with prisoners from the Bay of Pigs invasion at the sports stadium in Havana, Cuba.─AP


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Cuban President, Fidel Castro, points during his lengthy speech before the United Nations General Assembly. — AP


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Cuba's leader Fidel Castro addresses a crowd in a park in front of the presidential palace in Havana. ─AP


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Castro plays baseball in Havana in this August 1964 file photo. ─Reuters


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Castro laughs during the year-end session of the Cuban parliament in Havana. ─Reuters


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Former South African President Nelson Mandela (L) hugs Cuba's President Fidel Castro during a visit to Mandela's home in Houghton,Johannesburg. ─Reuters


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Cuban former president Fidel Castro (R) shaking hands with Pope Francis in Havana. ─Reuters


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Cuban president Fidel Castro (L) welcoming General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev (R) during the official ceremony for Gorbachev's arrival in Havana. — AFP


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Cuban President Fidel Castro waving a flag during a visit 27 January, 2001, to the Havana neighborhood of San Jose de las Lajas. ─AFP


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Cuban leader Fidel Castro greeted by United Nations Secretary General Boutros Boutros Ghali on his arrival at Bella center conference hall in Copenhagen. ─AFP

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A man walks past a graffitti that reads "Long live Fidel" in Santiago de Cuba in this December 29, 2008 file photo.— Reuters


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seneca Post time: 2016-11-26 03:25
I just read it five minutes ago in the WASHINGTON POST.

The Washington Postonians call him a "dicta ...

I also have admiration for F
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seneca Post time: 2016-11-26 03:25
I just read it five minutes ago in the WASHINGTON POST.

The Washington Postonians call him a "dicta ...

I also have considerable admiration for the Marxist egalitarian qualities of Fidel (and his physical courage in resisting the corrupt Batista). However, things are not simple. Both foreign (Angolan) and Cuban blood has been unnecessarily shed by a too-brutal Castro regime. The finest ideals are regularly violated by well-meaning rulers. Fidel is no exception.
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