Fidel Castro, when he died Nov. 25, left behind him a nation that does not, in any public space, mourn or even acknowledge the 5,600 Cubans who died in front of Castro’s firing squads, or the 1,200 murdered in “extrajudicial assassinations,” or any of those who were jailed, tortured or died escaping his regime.
Killing execution-style of the Colonel of the Constitutional Army of Cuba Cornelio Rojas on the walls of the Hilton Hotel in Havana, February 1959
Killings during the takeover of the Castroist Revolution in Havana Cuba in 1959(1)
Killings during the Castroist Revolution at the Sierra Maestra Cuba (1)
Killings during the Castroist Revolution at the Sierra Maestra Cuba(2)
The sadly famous Argentine adventurer Ernesto Che Guevara was perhaps the greatest legal assassin of the Caatroist Revolution in Cuba
No Cuban has been allowed to publish, in Cuba, a true history of his populist revolution, one that repressed and murdered the existing elite in order to put an even more vicious and more incompetent elite in its place.
Because Cubans have limited Internet access, they can’t access the Cuba Archive, an online record of the Cubans murdered by the Castro regime, or any of the books and articles written about the country overseas. There is no hall of memory for the victims, as there is at Ground Zero, and their names are not carved into any stones.
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