[Marxism] How to end Little Havana's 48-year death watch
phantasmagorias at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 1 07:39:00 MST 2007
--- Ethan Young <ethanyoung at earthlink.net> wrote:
"They can drink their pretend rum and smoke
their pretend cigars all night but when the sun comes
up they will have to face the fact that they still
have no home."
Your point is well taken, but somehow I can't take as
much solace in it as you do. The fact is they DO have
a home, which is why Miami city commissioners can
speak of booking the Orange Bowl for a Fidel death
celebration, and why thugs can attack with impunity
small groups protesting the favored treatment of the
> There is no surprise that the emigres want a big
> party when Fidel dies.
> They've been waiting a long, long time. But only a
> few realize that the
> real death watch is for the counterrevolution they
> hoped to lead. They
> once expected to be escorted back to power by the US
> armed forces.
> But since Playa Giron, all they do is wait and hate.
> If the revolution outlives Fidel, even by six
> months, it ends the
> fantasy of a return to the old Cuba, united in
> hatred for the usurper,
> that has held them together all these decades.
> So bring on the Miami Bubble Gum Machine.
> Psycho-macho Andy Garcia
> can MC. Disney can provide an animatronic Batista -
> what's the Caribbean
> without a robot pirate? They can drink their pretend
> rum and smoke their
> pretend cigars all night but when the sun comes up
> they will have to face
> the fact that they still have no home.
> ethan young
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