How can we help President Obama?

Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro

Profession: President
Nationality: Cuban

Some suggestions for you :

Social struggles have been taking place throughout millennia, since human beings, by resorting to wars, were able to take hold of a surplus production to satisfy the essential needs of life.

Condemn me. It does not matter. History will absolve me.

Sorry, I'm still a dialectical materialist.

The last time I visited Qaddafi was in May of 2001, 15 years after Reagan attacked his rather modest residence where he took me to show me how it had been left.

What prevails in every corner of this globalized world is the real struggle of our species for its own survival.

I will never retire from politics, the revolution, or the ideas I have.

I am not a communist and neither is the revolutionary movement.

I was not the son of a worker or lacking in material or social resources for a relatively comfortable existence; I could say I miraculously escaped wealth.

There is plenty of building material and more than enough manpower to make a decent home for every Cuban. But if we continue to wait for the golden calf, a thousand years will have gone by, and the problem will remain the same.

I am a just man.

At the age of 6, a teacher full of ambitions, who taught in the small public school of Biran, convinced my family that I should travel to Santiago de Cuba to accompany my older sister who would enter a highly prestigious convent school. Including me was a skill of that very teacher from the little school in Biran.

The Revolution did not assume a socialist nature because of support from the U.S.S.R.; it was the other way around: support from the U.S.S.R. was produced by the socialist nature of the Cuban Revolution. To such a degree, that when the U.S.S.R. disappears, Cuba keeps on being socialist.

More than 820 million people in the world suffer from hunger; and 790 million of them live in the Third World.

The lies of the empire and the treason of the quislings shall be defeated.