A hunger strike to protest the Castro dictatorship's draconian limits on internet use within the slave labor prison known as Cuba.
On a side note, I am currently enjoying Humberto E. Fontova's "Fidel: Hollywood's Favorite Tyrant." The author's pure hatred for Fidel, Che, and their supporters in the free world flows onto these pages in a way that just makes you smile. Eloquent honesty in describing not only of the sick deeds of the Cuban communists or the adoration Fidel receives from the glitterati is much appreciated. You'd be up in arms too once you understand the hypocrisy. If you have ever wondered why the Miami-based Cuban-American population was up in arms over Elian Gonzalez, check this one out.
Apparently, the free flow of information is not in the interests of the glitterati who worship Castro.
Link: The famous free health care that Cuban's enjoy
Tags: Guillermo Fariñas Hernandez, Cuba, Castro, communism
Thursday, March 23, 2006
Akinyele Umoja, a professor of black studies at Georgia State University, complained: "What he's doing is providing credibility and legitimacy for some of these corporations that have policies that just reinforce inequality."In the meantime, "the new store has received more than 8,000 applicants for 500 jobs." What is Umoja's advocacy of socialism doing for those 8,000 applicants?
Tags: wal-mart, WalMart, civil rights, capitalism
Posted by MPH at 10:38 PM