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Re: Finish the cycle of Fidel

Postby Oriani » Sun Feb 24, 2008 2:20 pm

Cuba is a nice country! I know lots of people don't like Castro.. they have rights to think so, but I think he helped and well, as it is said above: Cuba needs new faces... even his brother will be up there I don't think it will be the same thing. Anyway. I really hope things go well there so that they can live OK as well as in other countries!!! Good Luck!!!!!

ps: I can't make a big opinion since I have missed 40 or more years of his government, hahahaha! :wink:

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Re: Finish the cycle of Fidel

Postby Bambang » Sun Feb 24, 2008 3:15 pm

Oriani wrote:Cuba is a nice country! I know lots of people don't like Castro.. they have rights to think so, but I think he helped and well, as it is said above: Cuba needs new faces... even his brother will be up there I don't think it will be the same thing. Anyway. I really hope things go well there so that they can live OK as well as in other countries!!! Good Luck!!!!!

ps: I can't make a big opinion since I have missed 40 or more years of his government, hahahaha! :wink:


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Re: Finish the cycle of Fidel

Postby Bambang » Mon Feb 25, 2008 7:34 am

LearnSmart wrote:Finally he's out of power. Fidel Castro seamed to be an incurable disease for Latin America. Here in Venezuela, he is the haunting father of the terrible "revolution" that Hugo Chavez has begun. We're glad he's finally stepped down. Let's see if his brother does anything to better the situation of Cubans who have suffered so much.

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Re: Finish the cycle of Fidel

Postby Tora » Mon Feb 25, 2008 3:53 pm

Bambang wrote:
Tora wrote:...
...for those who don't know what is an unclear mind for a person in his early eighties PM me... or ask uncle bambang :P ) ...


He's gonna die pretty soon while uncle B still has a long long time to go!


then how come he [U.B.] knows that much about the angels of death, huh? :mrgreen:

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Re: Finish the cycle of Fidel

Postby Bambang » Tue Feb 26, 2008 4:48 am

Tora wrote:
Bambang wrote:
Tora wrote:...
...for those who don't know what is an unclear mind for a person in his early eighties PM me... or ask uncle bambang :P ) ...


He's gonna die pretty soon while uncle B still has a long long time to go!


then how come he [U.B.] knows that much about the angels of death, huh? :mrgreen:


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Re: Finish the cycle of Fidel

Postby Oriani » Fri Feb 29, 2008 8:07 pm

LearnSmart wrote:Finally he's out of power. Fidel Castro seamed to be an incurable disease for Latin America. Here in Venezuela, he is the haunting father of the terrible "revolution" that Hugo Chavez has begun. We're glad he's finally stepped down. Let's see if his brother does anything to better the situation of Cubans who have suffered so much.

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Re: Finish the cycle of Fidel

Postby Oriani » Fri Feb 29, 2008 8:08 pm

Bambang wrote:
LearnSmart wrote:Finally he's out of power. Fidel Castro seamed to be an incurable disease for Latin America. Here in Venezuela, he is the haunting father of the terrible "revolution" that Hugo Chavez has begun. We're glad he's finally stepped down. Let's see if his brother does anything to better the situation of Cubans who have suffered so much.

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Re: Finish the cycle of Fidel

Postby MissLT » Wed Mar 05, 2008 4:26 am

Tora wrote:
LennyeTran wrote:
danyet wrote:I read somewhere that people generally get the kind of government that they deserve.

Are we allowed to go to Cuba now? :?


Can't wait to teach them democracy? (just kidding, Lennye :wink: )

Too political to say but I cannot help myself to express that how many countries we've seen turning communist and how many countries have turned democratic. Communism is a theory and not all theories work. I think their country would turn better if they practice democracy.


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