Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Notable & Larcenous: Fidelismo Sin Fidel

"One of the more stinging critiques Cuban exiles get is that we are all here waiting for the castro regime to topple to regain all of our properties and homes. I've always taken issue with that because not all of us were rich landowners and not all of us, rich landowner or not, would go back to Cuba to try to regain what was usurped. Pragmatically speaking and in my opinion, it's probably too late and too much water under the proverbial bridge for those who lost properties and businesses to attempt to get them back." -- Val Prieto, "What If It Were Your Home," Babalú, July 29, 2008

It's obviously not his home or his business. What Val is saying is that the Communist piñata should be validated in a post-Castro Cuba as it was in a post-Sandinista Nicaragua. He is apparently unaware of the fact that in the former Eastern bloc countries all properties confiscated by the Nazis and Communists have been returned to their legitimate owners or their heirs, including pre-revolutionary palaces and family estates.

Because Communist society is built on a foundation of theft does not mean that the same foundation should be used in reconstructing a democratic society under the Rule of Law. In fact, it would undermine civil society and make reconstruction itself impossible.

Since Val has always supported the return of confiscated properties to their American owners before lifting the U.S. trade embargo on Communist Cuba, it is only Cubans, both here and on the island, not his fellow Americans, who must consent to bear the burden of the Revolution's redistribution of the nation's patrimony to its henchmen. Because there was no "Agrarian Reform" under Castro: the fallow lands which the regime now proposes to lease to sharecroppers is proof of it. Nor was there any "Urban Reform," either, since the State maintained sole control of all confiscated real estate, collecting rents on it for nearly 50 years before deciding to let the occupants "buy" the ruins that they inhabit.

No one will ever maintain in good repair something which is not his and which he knows is not his. The upkeep of property is yet another benefit which a society derives that recognizes property rights. This holds true also for the sugar mills and other industries confiscated and run to the ground by Castro. The land on which they were built, more than the ruins on it, are still a valuable asset and should be returned to their legimitate owners rather than monopolized by the State or auctioned off to foreign corporations, as will be the case in a post-Castro Cuba unless the Rule of Law is upheld as pertains to private property.

I have had this debate before with someone who should be smarter than Val Prieto but isn't. Like Babalú's "Founding Editor," Professor Eduardo Peñalver, of Cornell University Law School, is willing to throw the Rule of Law "under the proverbial bridge," but unlike Val, who recognizes the ultimate injustice of doing so, the professor actually maintains that pre-revolutionary Cubans do not "deserve" to have their properties returned to them while maintaining at the same time that American Indians should have their tribal lands returned to them and African-Americans should receive reparations for the wrongs done to their ancestors.

The guy is Cuban-American, of course.

The debate is here:

http://reviewofcuban-americanblogs.blogspot.com/2007/05/from-tellechea-digital-archives.html

83 comments:

Ms Calabaza said...

"Cuba's own history of slavery, racism, and extremely unevenly distributed wealth. All of this points, in my view, to the dubious status of the property distribution on the eve of the 1959 revolution as the proper baseline for any restitution program."
~ Penalver

MaT: I'll try to be pithy. This man is a moron.

Ms Calabaza said...

Earthquake In LA ... anyone heard from Vana or Fulano de Cal?

serafin el carnicero said...

Earthquake was centered in Chino Hills .... near Vana .... hope she's OK ...

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

ms. calabaza & serafín:

I know that Vana and Fulano de Cal will be commenting soon to let us know that they are OK.

Our best wishes are with them.

Angel Garzón said...

The President will be speaking soon, I pray that our friend Vana and her family are OK, I eMailed her about twenty minutes ago and understandably, she has not yet responded. She has my voice mail number, I hope she calls me with good news.

Ms Calabaza said...

I heard from Corgiguy and he says he and his family are OK. Thank goodness.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Vana is probably still at work and busy ascertaining that her family is OK. News reports say that cellphones are not working. Also, they report no fatalities or injuries.

Angel Garzón said...

Professor Peñalver is a fine example of what takes place when educated people do not employ wisdom, I've said this before and I reiterate it again, intelligence and education are not sufficient for sound judgment, wisdom is developed and continues to be nurtured as long as people are willing to be open minded and sometimes impartial about the issues that require analysis, otherwise we wind up with the likes of the professor, who clearly is a fine example of a Kool Aid drinker. Tenure should be completely eliminated, like Socialism and all its cousins, tenure imbues its holders with untouchability, no matter how idiotic and ineffective their ideas and job performance is matters not, tenure is a Socialistic idea in principle and in practice, we are all very well aware of the consequences of Socialistic ideology and its practices.

Concerning property rights, I am not interested in reclaiming any of the houses that my family owned, if however compensation for having had them stolen from us is considered, I certainly would be willing to receive my fair share of it. The business and land that we owned on the other hand, I expect to have them returned to us, one of them still houses a primary and a secondary school, my grandfather used to charge the school district one peso per year because he was not allowed by law to have it occupied rent free. The other business properties included the main family owned company that my grandfather and his brother had originally acquired and expanded in the early 1930s during the depression, they had their money at home and did not lose a penny when the collapse came, my grandfather's brother sold his interests to my grandfather in the late 1930s and moved to Havana, further expansions of the biz were performed through the 1940s and 1950s, the biz employed dozens of people, all of whom were so well remunerated that the negotiations with the labor unions used to take less than half an hour, for their members received better pay and benefits than was customary for their field of endeavor. The value of these properties is not chicken feed, they were stolen from us and in a future tyranny free Cuba where the rule of law must prevail, we have a right to expect their return to us and not to any usurpers whose intentions will be to profit from what is not rightfully theirs.

Angel Garzón said...

Any news from Vana and Fulano de Cal?

Fulano de Cal said...

Everything OK in the west part of LA. No cracks in the house. It was surely stronger for Vana. I got to ride it out the shaking while holding my two week old son! Thanks for the concern y'all.

Ms Calabaza said...

fulano de cal,

thank goodness! Hold on to that baby.

Angel Garzón said...

Fulano, I'm glad to know that you and yours are fine.
I just heard from Vana, she is fine also and so is her family.
Thank you God, for all our friends in California have been spared.

Vana said...

I'm fine you all, didn't even feel it, was on the freeway on my way to work, you are right Manuel phones did not work for almost 3 hours, it was nothing only 5.4 trust me I've been through worse ones, thank you dear friends for worrying on my behalf.

Now I'm going to read the post.

Vana said...

Manuel:

Unbelievable, these so called Cubans don't want the same for theirs as they do for others not their own, I left nothing of worth behind, except my beautiful island, perhaps an inheritance, and a lot of family I loved, but if I had lands coming to me thathad been in the family for generations you are damn right I would want it back, is only right, thanks for enlightening us about these American-Cubans

Vana said...

What happened to fantomas and all his personalities? guess he didn't like the bomb I dropped to Angel..lol..notice how Centurion and Ramon faded into thin air, I tell you he's evil, always trying to do harm, well he got his, probably perusing Babalu all day..lol

Vana said...

Fulano and Serafin glad to hear you guys fared well during the earthquake.

Angel Garzón said...

This is a piece of worrisome news:

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico—"Authorities say a former official with a Cuban-American group that was once the foremost voice representing the exile cause in Washington was shot dead in a Puerto Rican suburb.
Police say 64-year-old Emiliano Infante Segrera was killed Monday afternoon outside a suburban San Juan hardware store by a gunman inside a car. He was a longtime trustee of the Miami-based Cuban American National Foundation.

Police Lt. Luis Diaz told the newspaper El Nuevo Dia that Infante appeared to be shot by an expert marksman.

The killing is under investigation and no arrests have been made.

Francisco Hernandez, the foundation's president and co-founder, said Tuesday that Infante devoted his life to promote democracy on the communist nation."

[H/T Bobby & Jon Companioni]

Kasstro Inc. goons at work?

Angel Garzón said...

It's mighty peaceful around here without the insane, apparently some people may had been in cahoots to attack RCAB, if the papillon was part of it and privy to its participants it surely could not keep a secret, perhaps it was not lying when it claimed (this time) that RCAB was a target to be destroyed within a few days. Makes one wonder why some people are so afraid of the truth and its messenger(s).

Vana said...

Thanks Angel for the news on Emiliano Infante Segrera, sorry to hear of his violent passing, Castro Inc at work? perhaps.

Seems fantomas was scared bis picture would be pasted on this blog..lol..I remembered just this morning that I knew what he looked like from that pic at the ballpark, had I known the kind of monster he was I would have saved it to rub all over his face, I tell you he's nothing to look at...lol..

Vana said...

Our low life fiend at Abajofidel has posted a tribute to Babalu's 3 million, calling it the best damn Cuban blog, I tell you that hypocrite is still in bed with Val and the fine cadre, they are all pretending there's been a rift.

Angel Garzón said...

I'll eMail you the picture Vana, hopefully someone else would be willing to provide a more recent one, perhaps from Cuba Nostalgia 2008.

Angel Garzón said...

The papillon gets played big time because it likes the intrigue, either he is one of the Marielitos that was shoved unto a boat after being taken out of Mazorra by fifo's goons, or it is an infiltrado who works for Cuban Intelligence pretending to be a true exiled.

Angel Garzón said...

I do not like to pre-judge a person's character without having sufficient knowledge about that person's words, works and most importantly his/her actions, having said that, I find it awfully convenient that all of a sudden and apparently out of the dark corners of the US intelligence community, specifically the U.S. Army Counterintelligence, we Cuban-Americans are being paid attention to by a Lt. Col. Chris Simmons whom supposedly is an expert on communist Cuba's intelligence works in the USA, not coincidentally agent Simmons has a book in the works and recently completed a draft of it which will be titled "Shadowplay: Cuban Intelligence Operations in Latin America & the Caribbean."

While I am certainly grateful to the Lt. Colonel and the work of the US Intelligence Community as a whole, especially anything and everything they have done and are doing against castro's spies, I just find it way too convenient to be paid attention to all of a sudden, after so many decades of our community having repeatedly warned anyone and everyone we could about the evil plans of the Cuban people's oppressors and having been ignored and accused of being crazy and over the top, call me a cynic and you would be correct to label me as such, at least as far as it pertains to the subject matter.

Most of the average John Q Publics will not buy the book, which is probably one of the main reasons why the Lt. Colonel is making the circuit of the usual Miami Cuban-centric media outlets, he will even appear on the Babalu Radio Hour on August 6th, I wish him well on his endeavor for I am a staunch supporter of the free enterprise system, but I'll probably wait for the movie to come on any of the premium channels that I get from DirecTV, if I am in a hurry to watch it, I might consider buying a copy on DVD from one of the Oriental ladies that traverse my neighborhood's main thoroughfare on Saturdays, usually they sell for $5.00 a piece, not a bad deal.

Fulano de Cal said...

I get the sense that some exiles are worried that this issue will be a huge impediment to reconciliation between Cubans on the island and those returning from exile. Will this issue sour the acceptance of exiles? I am not sure. The communists like to "remind" the populace that the exiles are salivating to come back and take their homes.

Recently, a friend took a photo of our house in Camaguey, and I must say it did not look too bad. We don't know who lives there now. However, the city, from what I saw on Maria Elvira, looks destroyed.

nonee moose said...

MAT, what assurances are there that the rightful owners will make the necessary investment in the returned property to make it a viable part of the economy? For example if a factory is returned to the rightful owner and that owner does nothing to rehabilitate the factory to a productive state, how does that help the country's economy? And let's say for example a majority of restored owners decide simply to cash out and sell to foreign interests, aren't we recreating some of the same conditions that got Cuba into trouble in the first place?

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

nonee:

What's yours is yours to keep or yours to sell.

It is just as tyrannical for the state to steal your property as it is for it to mandate that you can never dispose of your property.

What you, in effect, are suggesting is that only the property of the (still) rich be returned to them, but not the property of those who were impoverished by the Revolution.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

fulano de cal:

I am sure that no Cuban desires to continue living as a slave under Castro's "protection" in order to be able to occupy in perpetuity "his" barracón without challenge from its legitimate owner, who lived in it when it was a mansion.

85% of housing stock in Cuba is uninhabitable though inhabited nonetheless. Eventually almost everything will have to be demolished and rebuilt. Restoration is not even an option any more. So, in effect, we are talking about the land on which these crumbling structures now stand, not the structures themselves which are beyond reclamation.

No Cuban would want to live in a tent in an open field, nor should he. Castro's bogus welfare state will be succeeded by a real one, whose first concern will be to shelter the millions of Cubans who were disposessed by the Revolution's destruction of the housing stock and failure to replenish it.

nonee moose said...

I haven't suggested anything of the sort. I merely asked a question.

I don't disagree that property rights need to be respected and restored wherever they are verifiable according to to a legal framework that is established, keeping the interest of property owners paramount.

However, I was asking a question concerning the "day after." Because the restoration, in spirit, should stand for more than a simple return of property. It also has to stand for the return of a brighter future for Cuba as well, no? Other wise all this chest-beating for so many years will seem a little less principled. Or should I just assume the old adage is true even in this tragic case?

I think everyone, rich and poor alike, were impoverished by the revolution. Do I detect a bit of class struggle in your tone?

If you want to have a discussion on this, I would be fascinated by your thoughts. How do you carry out the restoration of property in a manner that not only salves the longings of the victims, and at the same time serves the interests of an economy that needs rebuilding?

I do not know the answer. I'm not sure it is even possible to reduce to a formulaic solution. But a grand opportunity is coming soon. And in my mind, even a leap of faith has to be helped along.

Centurion said...

Hola amigos algun tema interesante en Español, el idioma preferido por todos los cubanos

Vana said...

Manuel:

Could that Chester be a virus? perhaps sent by our fiend?

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

nonee:

Before 1959, it was virtually impossible for a landlord to evict a tenant in Cuba. Not only were the courts and the police of no help, but the neighbors would prevent such evictions from talking place through violent means if necessary. In the end, if a landlord wanted to get you out, he would have to pay you to move even if you were months or years in arrears to him.

Take that as a point of reference.

Evictions only became commonplace in Cuba after Fidel Castro became the country's only landlord.

No one is going to be evicted from their homes in a future democratic Cuba. But neither will it be acceptable for the people to continue living as squatters in crumbling buildings.

The state will have to replenish the housing stock in Cuba or else the point will come (in fact, it has come already) when a majority of Cuba's population will be homeless.

I believe there is a way to compensate the legal owners while at the same providing adequate housing for all Cubans.

Since the original structures in most cases no longer exist or are beyond repair, it is the land on which they once stood which is in contention.

The state can purchase this land from the legal owners with interest-bearing bonds and build there, not projects, but propiedades horizontales (which, incidentally, Cubans invented in the pre-Castro era) and help finance these condominiums for the Revolution's homeless. The mortgage payments, calibrated to their incomes, could, in turn, be used to pay the original owners when the bonds come due.

Of course, if an original owner or his heirs refuses to sell his property, he will not be compelled to do so. I believe, however, that most will sell unless they intend to rebuild on that land, which is their right.

Centurion said...

Señora Vana es una pena que el terremoto no se la haya tragado a usted y su familia completa. Leyendo los comentarios suyos acerca del Señor Fantomas me da la exquisita impresion que usted no es una persona humilde sino todo lo contrario. Usted debe morir en la hoguera por estupida , retardada bocona, bruta y guatacona
Perdoneme me he excedido hoy, por favor respondame en español ya que mi ingles es un poco limitado

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Vana:

Welcome back. It wasn't the same without you. Even fantomas stayed away from shame because of the horrible things he has said to you in the past.

You are right, it is a virus, and it's gone now.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

And speaking of the devil!

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Fantomas "congratulates" Babalú in a fair and balanced manner on reaching another milestone on the road to the annihilation of the Cuban people:

3 MILLONES SI SE PUEDE, CONGRATULATIONS VAL, YOU DID IT MAN

SI SE PUEDE, JULIO 30, 2008, FIESTA EN BABALU BLOG, 3 MILLONES DE VISITANTES

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

Centurion said...

Señor Manuel si usted se hubiese quedado en Cuba usted hubiese sido un perfecto chivato. Lo mas seguro que fuera director de cuadra de CDR
Miembro del Partido Comunista , Usted tiene pinta de ser un tremendo cherna
Se lo suplico en español por favor no pierda su tiempo escribiendome in a foreign dialecto

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

fantomas:

The Babalunians will not read your "congratulations" on your blog but they will certainly read them here.

What will your "nigga" Henry say?

Vana said...

Centurion (fantomas you se que eres tu)

Muchas gracias por desearme que me mate el terremoto, a mi y toda mi familia, igual que deseastes que un cyclon acabara con Cuba, no me extraña que palabras tan lindas salgan de su boca, acuerdate que todo lo que al projimo le desees te puede pasar a ti, esa es la ley del Karma, con razon eres tan despreciable, hazme el favor no me jodas mas, que pondre tu foto en todos los CA blogs para que vean lo feo y lo gordo que eres, asqueroso indeseable huele culo.

Vana said...

Manuel:

Thank you it's always a pleasure to spend my time in this fine democratic blog.

Centurion said...

Comete usted un grave error. No soy fantomas. Aqui parece que hay personas que nada mas piensan en fantomas. Yo he visitado su blog pero no tengo nada que ver con el

Agustin Farinas said...

Vana,
I am glad to hear that you and your family are ok after the earthquake.
In reference to Centurion the new alter ego replacement for Fantomas in the RCAB, what can I say ? Is a case of esquizofrenia to the nth degree. One rectal orifice disappears for a while and the another one like Centurion pops up out of the woodwork. Who knows under what rocks these horrible creatures live. But every once in a while they journey into the light and we have to suffer them.
Centurion caanot be any other than Riubber Head since his wishes for you and your family to perish in the earthquake reveal the depths of his evil soul.
MAT please, is time to send this idiot to the MADHOUSE along with his other personality Rubber Head. They are both esquizofrenic insufferable bores!

Vana said...

Agustin:

Of course that's rubber head he gives himself away, only vile words such as those are his, life will take care of a charachter such has him, it always does, someday when he's writhing in the gutter he will ask himself why me Lord? and he's so dense he wont even know why.

Centurion said...

Centurion (fantomas you se que eres tu)
Vana la proxima vez no sera 5.4 sino 6.9
Usted sigue confundida conmigo. Que pruebas tiene usted para decir que yo soy fantomas
Por favor respondame en español el idioma de todos los cubanos

Fantomas said...

Ya veo que Vana continua con sus despiadados ataques contra mi persona. Tengo familiares en Pasadena y jamas le he deseado nada malo a ellos ni a nadie de California. Creo que su infatuation vs my persona no la deja pensar. No se quien es Centurion, lo he visto aqui y en mi blog pero no tengo nada que ver con el. Me importa un pepino quien es, lo mas seguro que es alguien que me quiere dar un bad name in the blogsphere.
Fantomas is unique , hard to copy , indestructible
And No Vana You are not going to publish any of my pictures because the only picture that you have of me is the one on my profile , no , no , no . So my recomendation is to enjoy my picture in the privacy of your home . He dicho

Fantomas said...

Oye centurion deja de estar sembrando cizaña compadre y confundiendo a la gente como si fueras yo. Con un fantomas es suficiente no hacen falta 2

Fantomas said...

Manuel solo dame tu respuesta corta

Eduardo Arocena Omega 7

Terrorista a cumplir condena completa o heroe luchador por la causa de Cuba por ende debe estar fuera de prision

I can only expect your answer , do not ignore this one. Readers alert

Jiminy Cricket III said...

Who let the dog out?

Fantomas said...

what up jimyni?

Fantomas said...

Manuel got no BALLS to keep me locked up

He is BALL LESS when it come to my encarcelamiento

Besides I got my plan B activated in case he decides to move me there

Fantomas said...

Esto estal lento por aqui..Lets spice this a little

LOS 3 MILLONES VAN a como de lugar si no es hoy es Mañana for sure

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Agustín:

This weekend we shall mount a major expedition to return fantomas to The Madhouse. We need long stretches of time and a concerted effort to accomplish this. He has dug beaver-like tunnels all over The Madhouse and the place is still being decontaminated from his last visit. But fear not: by Sunday fantomas will be in a steel cage and his beaver teeth will be useless to him. I'm considering hooking up the cage to the electro-convulsive machine and applying the electric shocks that way.

Fantomas said...

Manuel solo dame tu respuesta corta

Eduardo Arocena Omega 7

Terrorista a cumplir condena completa o heroe luchador por la causa de Cuba por ende debe estar fuera de prision

I can only expect your answer , do not ignore this one. Readers alert

dO NOT IGNORE YOUR DEMONS

ramon king kong

Fantomas said...

He has dug beaver-like tunnels all over The Madhouse and the place is still being decontaminated from his last visit

Centurion said...

Oye centurion deja de estar sembrando cizaña compadre y confundiendo a la gente como si fueras yo. Con un fantomas es suficiente no hacen falta 2

Fantomas perdone usted no trate de ofenderlo ni copiarme de su estilo
Solo hacia un señalamiento hacia la señora Vana cuando se refirio a usted despectivamente.
Yo lo considero un amigo , estoy de acuerdo en muchas cosas que usted dice aqui

Centurion said...

Manuel porque usted no le responde a fantomas la pregunta de Arocena
A mi tambien me gustaria saber su respuesta yo pienso que Arocena se debe pudrir en la carcel y usted?

Centurion said...

Coño, soy bello e inteligente

Vana said...

Pero es que se cree que somos idiotas este anormal, calvo gordo, mal echo que vive en Puerto Rico? ciertamente esta loco.

Angel Garzón said...

nonee moose, as far as I am concerned, I plan to return the business properties to their full potential, they used to employ quite a number of people and that is my goal, one of the properties is currently being used for storage, the other one is being used as a gathering hall for the CTC and the FMC, as well as, for intramural scholastic competitions, we of course would have a right to do as we please with what was and would again be ours, but benefiting the people, the city of Santiago, the Province of Oriente and the national economy is my primary goal.

Centurion said...

Pero es que se cree que somos idiotas este anormal, calvo gordo, mal echo

Señora Vana lleva usted mucho odio y rencor dentro de si misma Parece que necesita que yo le de un masaje de los que yo acostumbro a dar. Usted esta falta de un buen macho como yo apuesto, bello e inteligente
Respondame en español el idioma mas hablado entre todos los cubanos que nunca se convirtieron ni en gusanos ni en mariposas

El Protagonista said...

Vana (for ID purposes) said:

"notice how Centurion and Ramon faded into thin air"

If only I had vanished into thin air, Vana. That has been in Manuel's every prayer these past few days. But the demons he unknowingly prays to are not interested in helping him.

As you can see, and for Manuel's own good, I am here. And as Manuel can attest, thanks to his dutiful monitoring of his Site Meter, I never left. But since Manuel has been more or less behaving himself, I have decided to give him a little break to catch his breath and to devise a more effective strategy to address the chaos he has himself inflicted on this blog. Maybe, with a little time for reflection, he will recognize that his worst enemy is himself.

With that said, I will now allow you all to return to your usual musings about Fantomas and his various alter egos, which oddly enough, seems to be the favorite topic among all of you, including Manuel. Perhaps this blog should change its name to RFAE, Review of Fantomas Alter Egos.

Continue resting Manuel. I will know when to begin our next therapy session.

The time has come, Manolo.

Fantomas said...

I have said it a milion times, do not use Fantomas name in vain. This act could be hazardous to your health
Manuel parece que King Kong te vino a buscar. Esta mas decidido que nunca a sacarte los demons que tu no puedes controlar ya.
Te lo dije hace poco , hay un plan trazado en las altas esferas de Baba land para cerrar este blog a la mayor brevedad posible
VIP's all over the world are working overtime to shut you down
A marksman has been called

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Proto-Comunista:

There is only one way to pacify a gorilla. To put it as succinctly as I can, there ain't gonna be no little gorillas. After that we will house you with fantomas in The Madhouse.

El Protagonista said...

Manuel said:

"There is only one way to pacify a gorilla. To put it as succinctly as I can, there ain't gonna be no little gorillas. After that we will house you with fantomas in The Madhouse."

I see you were not able to make the break I gave you, Manuel, more productive. You are still beholden to the same tactics of censorship and Jesse Jacksonish vulgarities. It is a shame that someone of your apparent intellect has not been able to formulate a more substantial defense of your acts other than to silence your opposition.

This should serve as a sign to you that you cannot stop the inevitable. For such an articulate and loquacious individual, the cat seems to have gotten your tongue when it comes to dealing with me.

Go ahead, Manuel, delete my comments. Your mythical mudhut may seem sufficient explanation to your handful of fans, but you know better.

The answer is not in running from the truth, Manolo, the answer is in embracing the truth.

merengue said...

protagonista,
has dicho que estas de acuerdo con mucho que escribe Manuel y dices no eres amigo de Babalu. Entonces por que tanto recor con manny y RCAB? Pareces una persona mas educada que Fantomas or los babalunios que vienen aqui a jugar ...no entiendo lo que quieres de Manuel - explain pleez.

merengue said...

fantomas,
dicen que hay un plan para acabar con RCAB. Tu estas de acuerdo con ese plan? Me dijeron que a ti te llaman FREDO como el hermano mongo en el gODFATHER? Tu lo sabias? En Babalu se rien de ti pero te usan de ves en cuando. Que tonto eres. No tienes orgullo propio mano. triste

merengue said...

Manuel,

a quien le temes mas:

a los sharpshooters del gorilla o el plan Manhattan de los Babalunios? Fantomas is simplemente una distraction.

merengue said...

fantomas, tu eres obeso? Cuanto pesas? Pues quitate los complejos y sal del closet. Dejanos verte gordo porque tengo entendido que Maria Elvira le gusta mientra mas masa, mejor. Ella unicamente le interesan los gordos, sabes. Ella es amiguita mia. Porque no hacemos un blind date? Pero necesito una foto tuya para mandarsela a Maria Elvira sabes.

PedroGozinea said...

Ya les he dicho que el �nico plan para cerrar este blog vino directo de la mente trastornada de Fantomas.

Fantomas said...

Este blog cierra as soon as Obama gets in the White house palabras textuales de Manuel A Tellechea

Tic Tac cada minuto cuenta

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Proto-Communist:

Do you know the ending of King Kong? "It was Beauty killed the Beast." Well, we shall have a better ending. Fantomas shall not kill you, nor you fantomas.

The consummation of your relationship, which was not possible for King Kong's starcrossed lovers, shall enrich both your lives and be fecund in other ways.

Fantomas has waited for you all his life, and, I dare say, although you could never have imagined a fantomas, he was also your destiny and shall be your delight.

The laws of man may not allow it yet (though they are tending in that direction). San Francisco, however, shall not be the scene of the first inter-species marriage in the country.

It will take place in The Madhouse.

Fantomas will wear white by right and King Kong will dress in tails.

The best man, of course, will be Henry, fantomas' "nigga."

The matron of honor will be fantomas' tía Tecla.

Other details are pending.

All RCAB readers are invited to share the joy of this day.

Fantomas said...
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Fantomas said...

You can do better than that Manuel
You have lowered yourself to the Abyss
Cant keep a Fantomas in the Madhouse, Never

Fulano de Cal said...

Fantomas:

Who has been the biggest fighter for Cuba: Eduardo Arocena or Max Lesnick?

Discuss your choice

El Protagonista said...

Manuel said:

"The laws of man may not allow it yet (though they are tending in that direction). San Francisco, however, shall not be the scene of the first inter-species marriage in the country."

Manuel, is there no end to your middle school humor? Is your best defense composed of calling me gay?

I think a more important question would be if you realize just how bad you make yourself look. Again I say, for some reason when it comes to dealing with me, you lose all composure and become a vulgar bore.

What happened to the articulate Manolo?

Those demons are doing much harm to you Manuel. You need to face them, and face them soon.

El Protagonista said...

Meregue dijo:

"has dicho que estas de acuerdo con mucho que escribe Manuel y dices no eres amigo de Babalu. Entonces por que tanto recor con manny y RCAB?"

Yo no tengo nada contra Manolo ni RCAB, Merengue. Al contrario, estoy aquí para ayudar a Manuel. Es cierto, la mayoría de las cosas que Manuel ha escrito estoy de acuerdo con ellas, pero no estoy de acuerdo de la manera en cual Manuel las expresa.

La arrogancia de Manuel diluye el mensaje y termina haciendo mas daño. Manuel necesita liberarse de los demonios que lo dominan para que pueda usar el talento tan enorme que Dios le ha dado para el bueno de Cuba y los cubanos. Por eso estoy yo aquí, Merengue. Vine de casualidad y vi que como cubano, es mi deber ayudar a otro hermano cubano romper las cadenas de arrogancia y envidia que atan al pobre Manolo.

Mis intenciones son nobles, y pronto Manolo se dará cuenta de eso y terminaremos mejores amigos.

En este momento, no es Manuel hablando pero sus demonios. Pero el día de su liberación vendrá pronto.

Fantomas said...

En este momento, no es Manuel hablando pero sus demonios. Pero el día de su liberación vendrá pronto.


De acuerdo

Fantomas said...

Fulano de Cal said...
Fantomas:

Who has been the biggest fighter for Cuba: Eduardo Arocena or Max Lesnick?

Eduardo es un criminal comun
Lesnick un cerdo comunista

lo que hagan o no hagan por Cuba me tiene sin cuidado. Irrelevante

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Proto-Communist:

You inspire the humor so enjoy it. Take a second helping, in fact.

Sunday.

It will be a memorable occasion.

Fantomas said...

Manuel a ti no te queda bien el humor highschoolesco, dejale eso a otros characters que andan por ahi
We are in a league of OUR own

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

fantomas:

Do not be afraid. Little will be expected of you on Sunday night.

My gift to you and King Kong will be a honeymoon in another Madhouse in another gallexy.

Fantomas said...

My gift to you and King Kong will be a honeymoon in another Madhouse in another gallexy.


Te repito lo dicho anteriormente

Manuel a ti no te queda bien el humor highschoolesco, dejale eso a otros characters que andan por ahi
We are in a league of OUR own

Fantomas said...

My gift to you and King Kong will be a honeymoon in another Madhouse in another gallexy.

What is gallexy...Comport accordingly

Fantomas said...

Manuel respondeme esta

Si Alan Specter can go to Venezuela , Bush to China and Juan Mc Cain to Vietnam why not Obama to Cuba