Wednesday, July 30, 2008

A Leftist Blogger Slams Babalú And We Are Not Amused

I do not like it when others steal my quarry. It is easy to feast on carrion, but not so easy to bring the beast down. I don't mind when Anglo bloggers exercise their cubanophobia on them. After all, then it's personal and has nothing to do with Cuba. It is quite another thing when a Cuban blogger presumes to trespass on my territory, and when it's a pro-Castro blogger, my anger knows no bounds because his criticism can rebound in their favor and lead others to think that Babalú is an anti-Castro and hence a pro-Cuban blog. It is an anti-Castro blog. It is by no means a pro-Cuban blog.

I really must wonder what possible inducement Babalú could have given Cuba Journal for it to say that they are batistianos and mafiosi. Let the Mafia be offended if it will. For my part, I have never known them to be supporters of General Batista. On the contrary, most, if not all, are fidelistas sin Fidel, by personal affinity or family legacy, who continue to depict the Revolution as a heroic endeavor and its most notorious figures, the terrorists of the July 26th Movement, as "martyrs" in freedom's cause. I well remember one of the last posts to which I contributed at Babalú that was dedicated to glorifying the figure of the vulgar assassin that was José Antonio Echeverría, the devout Catholic who thought nothing of murdering innocent children in cold blood.

The accusations which I make against Babalú cannot be made by Cuba Journal. I constantly throw at their faces the fact that they want to implode the Cuban people in a pressure cooker or compel them to shed rivers of innocent blood. Of course, this is also what Castro does to the Cuban people on a daily basis. Cuba Journal cannot attack Babalú for advocating something the practice of which it defends when carried out by Castro.

The best it can do is take Babalú to task for not capitalizing the Castro name; charge that Henry conspires to be the "Conductor" of an anti-Castro revolution when all he aspires to do is reintroduce commercial advertising to Cuba; allege (as pro forma) that Babalú shares a "U.S. paymaster" with Cuban dissidents; and shake its head in stupefaction because Babalú referred to Raúl's succession as "monarchical." Ironically, Cuba Journal also considers the transfer of power from brother to brother to be monarchical except not structurally but divinely ordained. Today it is only Communists (and some emirs and sultans) who still uphold the absolutism of kings.

Really, is this the best that Babalú's enemies on the left can do? If it is, then it is not very much. Of course the existence of Babalú is a great boon to the Castroites and they would do nothing to undermine it. What better propaganda can there be against exiles than Babalú's assertion that Cuban men on the island have no balls or its indifference to the desecration of the Cuban flag? The anti-Castroites at Babalú are made to order for them. They would not want them any other way.

H/T: You Know Who

12 comments:

Vana said...

The Babalunians Batistianos..lol..obviously Cuba Journal does not know them well, a mafia may be more like it, in the sense that they want to squeeze the last drop of blood from our brethen in the island, hoping they all die so Val can go back and piss under his mango tree.

Angel Garzón said...

The fellow at Cuba Journal is clearly a communist that will stoop to their typical low level to defend the indefensible, I find it awfully ironic that he lives in Florida, enjoys the privileges that are bestowed upon him as a Cuban-American by the U.S.A., those pesky rights endowed upon citizens by among many the U.S. Constitution and The Bill of Rights, and still has the gaul to flaunt his putrid ideology and support for a tyranny where none of the benefits and rights that he enjoys here in the U.S.A. are bestowed upon our Cuban brethren trapped within the confines of the island-prison created by the castro communist dictatorship.

Given that he so staunchly supports the tyranny, he should consider swapping himself for a few Cubans from the island, after all, that would be fair and he would be able to enjoy the pleasures of living in his beloved proletariats' paradise.

Now let me take a look at his anti-babalu attack. The guy alleges that "...once, someone asked Mr. Gomez if he was “conducting” the new struggle to depose the rulers of Cuba. He had to say no, and then changed his nick from 'conductor' to plain Louis..." anyone that has taken the time to look up Henry's work at various blogs and websites knows that he owns the site "Tren Blindado" and that he loves anything related to railroads, hence the former use of the "conductor" moniker.

When he states that "...The Batistianos and their American Mafia buddies were ignominiously kicked out of the island by Fidel and his Cuban Revolution, which was triumphant on January 1st, 1959..." he neglects to mention the carnage and blood fest that took place, does not recall the broken promises made by Castro and the Fidelistas to conduct democratic elections within a short time after expelling Batista, or Castro's statements denying that he was a communist, etc., etc., you get the point, the fellow is an avowed apologist for the tyranny, which is also why he did not mention that the primary party responsible for expelling Batista was the U.S. government.

Here is the segment of his piece that really gets me teed-off "...the so called dissidents inside Cuba, are [not] taken very seriously in the island. They are just defending their paymasters: the U.S. government, which would like to go back to status quo ante 1959."

Clearly the fellow is a joke, it is no wonder that his blog has not a single comment on any of the threads that appear on the front page, I share Manuel's emotion when he says "...We are Not Amused"

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

A very important announcement, which will make history and undo evolution, appears in the previous thread:

FANTOMAS WILL MARRY ON SUNDAY

Centurion said...

Manuel podria usted traducir el comentario # 3 de este hilo
Recuerde que yo solo hablo el idioma de todos los cubanos. Me debe varias respuestas todavia no me he olvidado

Vana said...

Manuel:

Is fantomas coming to California to marry another man?..lol..

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

vana:

Let's just say that it's a cousin of man that he's marrying.

Vana said...

Ah Manuel I read the other thread and see the wedding will take place at The Madhouse between "Ramon" and fantomas on Sunday, I shall be there with bells on.

HavanaJournal.com said...

I see that my Havana Journal (havanajournal.com) was mentioned in one of the paragraphs. I think the poster meant the Cuba Journal which is a different animal altogether.

Can someone post the link to the Cuba Journal to which they are referring to?

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

havanajournal:

Thank-you for bringing this matter to our attention. We have corrected the error.

http://cubajournal.blogspot.com/2008/07/analyzing-silly-posts-of-babalu-blog.html

merengue said...

Babalu disses Fantomas;

Babalu ridicules Fantomas and takes him off their blogroll;

Babalu censors and blacklists Fantomas' comments on their blog:

Fantomas posts this on his own blog:

3 MILLONES SI SE PUDO CONGRATULATIONS VAL YOU DID IT MAN
SI SE PUEDE JULIO 31, 2008 FIESTA EN BABALU BLOG , 3 MILLONES DE VISITANTES

Priceless.

merengue said...

Fantomas:
arrastrado, hijo del maltrato o esquizofrenico?

Discutir

Fantomas said...

VISIT BABALUBLOG.COM THE BEST DAMN AMERICAN- CUBAN BLOG IN THE BLOGOSPHERE...WHERE YOUR COMMENTS ALWAYS COUNT , censorship is SELDOM applied and where the Cuban Flag is always honored ...VIVA LA DEMOCRACY

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Parece que el merengue este es como centurion que no sabe ingles
Lea bien lo que le falto copy y paste aqui