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Fidel Castro

‘Concerning the Facts and Consequences of the Tragic Death of President John F. Kennedy’

What Cuba leader Fidel Castro said about JFK’s  assassination on November 23, 1963. He was judicious.

Fidel Castro
Fidel Castro on Dallas.

“Always, when something very important has happened, national or international, we have thought it desirable to speak to the people, to express our opinions. And in every such case to express the orientation of the Government, the orientation of our Party, so that each one of us all know the attitude we should adopt in each one of these situations”

“It is true that we are somewhat accustomed to various types of unexpected events, important, serious events, because since the victory of the Revolution our country has had to face a series of problems, a series of situations that have prepared the people to carry forward their victorious revolution.”

“Therefore, because of the events of yesterday in the United States in which the President was murdered, because of the repercussion these events can have, because of the role that the United States plays in the problems of international policy, because of this, we believe that we should make a specially objective and calm analysis of these events and of their possible consequences.”

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2 thoughts on “‘Concerning the Facts and Consequences of the Tragic Death of President John F. Kennedy’”

  1. The day after Dallas, Castro was very perceptive, intuitive:

    –page 5 …this can only benefit those ultra-rightist and ultra-reactionary sectors.

    –p.6 [They had just] carried out a fierce campaign against the nuclear test ban treaty. (which had just passed) … civil rights opposed by the neo-fascists … the worst type of imperialism was nazism … What were the real motives for the assassination of Kennedy?

    –p.7 … elements who physically assault Adlai Stevenson because U. S. policy is not sufficiently reactionary. (only days before)

    –p.8 [these ultra-right] people who do not have an iota of morality, scruples, shame.

    –pp.9-13 [confounding case of “leftist” LHO] “spy” simply returned peacefully to the U. S. … nowhere is there a Fair Play for Cuba Committee in Dallas or New Orleans.

    –p.14 [MAUSER mentioned twice in news articles]

    –pp.15-17 [Cuban exiles, e.g.] … Julio Mexquita (“Mosquito”) Ciro promoting fascist coup in Brazil … Was there perhaps in [this community] a plot against President Kennedy’s life?

    –pp.19-22 [LHO’s curious life, including] Texas U. S. Senator John Tower sponsored LHO to return (to the US from the USSR)”,

    Maybe due to his baseball background, Umpire Fidel called it right, the preposterousness of a lone lefty accomplishing the far-right’s most fervent desire.

  2. The day after Dallas, Castro was very perceptive, intuitive:

    –page 5 …this can only benefit those ultra-rightist and ultra-reactionary sectors.
    –p.6 [They had just] carried out a fierce campaign against the nuclear test ban treaty. (which had just passed) … civil rights opposed by the neo-fascists … the worst type of imperialism was nazism … What were the real motives for the assassination of Kennedy?
    –p.7 … elements who physically assault Adlai Stevenson because U. S. policy is not sufficiently reactionary. (only days before)
    –p.8 [these ultra-right] people who do not have an iota of morality, scruples, shame.
    –pp.9-13 [confounding case of “leftist” LHO] “spy” simply returned peacefully to the U. S. … nowhere is there a Fair Play for Cuba Committee in Dallas or New Orleans.
    –p.14 [MAUSER mentioned twice in news articles]
    –pp.15-17 [Cuban exiles] … Julio Mexquita (“Mosquito”) Ciro promoting fascist coup in Brazil … Was there perhaps in [this community] a plot against President Kennedy’s life?
    –pp.19-22 [LHO’s curious life, including] Texas U. S. Senator John Tower sponsored LHO to return.

    Maybe due to his baseball background, Uncle Fidel called it right, the preposterousness of a lone lefty accomplishing the far-right’s most fervent desire.

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