Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Blood & Famine Will Bring Freedom to Cuba, Says Babalú

Babalú is currently engaged in trying to prove that it is the Castro regime which is responsible for starving the Cuban people and not Cuban exiles. I do not know anyone (except the usual suspects in the MSM) that denies Castro's responsibility for exploiting a natural catastrophe which is also a man-made one, since the regime has allowed the deterioration of the country's infrastructure to the point that it now poses a danger to its people. But those like The New York Times and Chicago Tribune who are blaming exile hardliners for supposedly vetoing aid to the island are doing so based on the declarations of Val Prieto and others who, though a minority in our community, have no more scrupples about exploiting the suffering of the Cuban people than does Fidel Castro himself.

When Val Prieto declared to The Times recently that Cubans on the island didn't need money what he was in fact asserting was that they don't need food, lodging or anything else that supports human life. Val was aware, of course, that the regime itself would not provide these nor allow the West to do so, that international aid, in fact, was no more than a smokescreen behind which those, like himself, who actually favored starving the Cuban people, could go for cover so that they would not seem to be what they actually are -- Castro's partners in the annihilation of the Cuban people.

Anyone who has ever read Babalú is aware of its inveterate hostility to Cubans on the island and the fact that it has never made any distinction between Castro and his victims there. For Val & Co. the Cuban people are Castro's enablers in the same sense, for example, as copperheads who hated blacks looked upon them as passive supporters of their masters and enablers of their own slavery. It is always easy to blame the victim when your interests are on the other side. For the Babalunians, the only way to remove Castro is to remove the Cuban people. If a succession of hurricanes achieved their annihilation, or famines and disease decimated their numbers, they would regard it as the final fulfillment of God's judgment on the Cuban people. Of course, they are more than willing to help God's agency by doing "His" work on earth. They may not be able to rain down hurricanes on the hapless Cubans but they can certainly erect barriers to prevent their fellow exiles from helping their brethren on the island. They also serve who block the Good Samaritan's way.

Castro they are content to leave alone; they fight their wars against the Cuban people. By augmenting their misery through their human "Pressure Cooker" they hope that Cubans will finally rise up against their oppressors with their weakened bodies as their only weapons. This bloodbath, they hope, will either bring down Castro or deprive him of his slaves; either outcome is satisfactory to them as both would increase their power without any expenditure on their part either of blood or fortune.

It used to be, in more "innocent" times, that the Babalunians were quite open about their intentions vis-à-vis the Cuban people. The "Pressure Cooker" was on permanent display and Val was not in the least hesitant to call for rivers of blood as the only means of securing Cuba's freedom. Indeed, his heart was so engrossed by that prospect that never did he reach such heights of impassioned rhetoric as when he was pleading for Cubans to fill every mudhole and chasm in Cuba with their blood.

Lest anyone think I am guilty of hyperbole, let Val Prieto's own words define him and his motives:

"Freedom isn't going to knock on [the Cubans'] doors and ask to come in. It isn't going to arrive in a package from Hialeah or in the suitcase of a family member coming from abroad. Freedom is going to hide behind hunger. It's going to hide behind pain, it's going to hide behind sacrifice. It's going to hide behind bruises and in a pool of blood. And it's only going to be found when it is painstaking[ly] sought after, sought after with extreme hunger and empty bellies, with broken bones and bloody hands and with sheer desperation. There are 11 million people in Cuba, yet you see merely a handful standing firm in their convictions and against their government. Until that handful exponentially increases, not a damned thing will change." — Val Prieto, judging the Cuban people and passing sentence on them, Babalú blog, October 25, 2007

8 comments:

Mamey said...

Val, por que no te callas!?

Vana said...

Val thinks himself so smart, of course he probably has no family left in Cuba to include in the bloodbath, hungry people seldom revolt, they are too preocupied with feeding their family and themselves, I tell you my friend Val is of the same mindset as the butcher of Havana.

Vana said...

Wonder what drug Ziva is on? talking of archeological finds, what does this have to do with Cuba??

cubanos sin batista said...

FRANK PAIS, Mártir


Algunos creen que nuestros ataques contra Ernesto Guevara de la Serna provienen de nuestro desdén por el régimen castrista, pero solo se trata de un profundo estudio de su vida que llega a la conclusión de que este individuo no merece un solo elogio…

Para demostrarles que eso es cierto les diré que si mañana todos los revolucionarios del Universo salen a las calles enarbolando la efigie de FRANK PAIS tendriamos que callarnos la boca y no encontrariamos nada que objetar.

¿ No era Frank un verdadero revolucionario que murio defendiendo su causa, no era un enemigo del régimen de Batista? …Entonce ¿por qué no lo hacen a él HEROE de los revolucionarios del mundo? … Frank era guapo, era un verdadero combatiente, era, el lider del Movimiento 26 de Julio, era una persona decente, era honrado y era idealista…

¿Pudiera yo, o ninguno de los que afirmamos que el Che era un desalmado, decir lo mismo de Frank Pais?. De eso nada. Yo detesto a la revolución cubana, y Frank fue el verdadero dirigente de esa revolución, y sin embargo yo admito publicamente que Frank si fue un héroe y un martir digno de respetar.

Si yo viera una manifestación publica con cartelones con la figura de Frank Pais no la seguiria, pero me quitaria el sombrero en señal de respeto a Frank, porque Frank tenía más moral en las suelas de sus zapatos que el Che en toda su vida miserable.

¿O será que uno de los requisitos para ser héroe de algunas personas es haber matado a un montón de patriotas en La Cabaña?… ¿ O será que para algunos H.P. el héroe tuvo que ser un H.P. y Frank no lo era?… ¿ O será que la heroicidad estriba en haber luchado por el dominio mundial y la esclavitud de los hombres y Frank no hizo ninguna de las dos cosas?

Nuestras criticas contra el Che no son porque el Che era un revolucionario sino porque el Che no servia, y los que defienden al Che no lo defienden porque era un revolucionario sino porque no servia y ellos no sirven tampoco. De lo contrario, ellos defenderian a Frank y nosotros lo atacaríamos…

¿Quién formaba un zafarrancho de combate en Santiago de Cuba para que el Che pudiera desembarcar tranquilo? Frank. Y mientras durante toda su vida Ernesto fue un fracaso ambulante, Frank era un joven idealista con un futuro brillante y una limpia ejecutoria.

Así es que, si por casualidad por ahí queda algún revolucionario sincero le recomiendo que lea mejor la historia y que vuelque su simpatia hacia Frank que verdaderamente lo merece, y tire su foto del Che al latón de la basura…

Y ojalá este articulo demuestre que nuestros ataques a Ernesto Guevara son sinceros y motivados por la realidad histórica. Si fueramos unos mentirosos o quisiéramos levantar calumnías diriamos de Frank Pais lo mismo que decimos del atorrante. Es decir, si quisiéramos inventar mentiras tendriamos que inventarlas contra Frank.

Muy podrida tiene que estar una causa cuando teniendo la oportunidad de rendirle tributo a un hombre noble escoge a un malandrin asesino como ídolo, muy mal deben andar las cosas en la casa del enemigo cuando en lugar de enarbolar la figura de un verdadero mártir tienen que rendirle pleitesías a un desfachatado…

Desde luego que yo tengo la respuesta a esto: ellos saben que Frank Pais era un hombre que no admitia las INJUSTICIAS, era un hombre integro, y saben que Frank no hubiera muerto en Bolivia sino que Frank hubiera tenido tres caminos: preso plantado, fusilado o exiliado.



FIN


Esteban Fernández
La Nota Breve
periódico 20 de Mayo
Los Angeles

Vana said...

I think the Babalunian's are waging war on Marc's blog, since they use the same kind of Type Key, I cannot get into Uncommon Sense.

Ion de la Chiuiesti said...

I'm from Romania and now I have experience in all the changes were made in all ex-comunist countries. When the cominist government will fall, in a few years all Cuba will belong to Jew-American banks. They will bring "democracy". What democracy. The rich people will become richest and the poor will became poorer. There will be a Big Brother surveillance of the population. All the cuban goods will be not cuban anymore, they will buy all the land, and in your own country you will have only one right, to work in silence. The jail will be full with cuban people, the hospitals full and the cemeteries either. You will regret those years, but there will be nothing to do. Don't sell your country. Take care. God help you

Anonymous said...

Ion, you came to the wrong blog with that message.

Vana said...

I see we had a Romanian anti-semite (Ion) visit our blog, don't blame it all on the Jews they have been the scapegoat of the world for centuries, they were even blamed for the black plague, we know today that was not true.

furthermore in Cuba the rich (the regime) keeps getting richer, and the poor which is the mayority are dirt poor.