Category Archives: Reflections by Fidel

Reflections of Fidel: The Duty to Avoid a War in Korea

Reflections of Fidel: The Duty to Avoid a War in Korea

Reflections of Fidel: The Duty to Avoid a War in Korea

A few days ago I mentioned the great challenges humanity is currently facing. Intelligent life emerged on our planet approximately 200,000 years ago, although new discoveries demonstrate something else.

This is not to confuse intelligent life with the existence of life which, from its elemental forms in our solar system, emerged millions of years ago. Continue reading


A piece of news released by AP, the most important US news agency, dated today in Monterrey, Mexico, explains it with irrefutable clarity.  This is not the first, and certainly it won’t be the last, about a reality that puts paid to the mountain of lies with which the United States intends to justify the inhuman destiny it reserves for the peoples of our America.

What does the news say?

“MONTERREY, Mexico (AP).- Forty-nine decapitated and mutilated corpses were found abandoned in a pool of blood in a highway connecting the Mexican metropolis of Monterrey to the US border in what seems to be the latest in an escalation war between drug cartels. Continue reading

Fidel Castro: Why Does Obama Take Pleasure in the Stupid Idea that Cuba is a Terrorist Country?

In the second part of his reflection titled “A Will of Iron” Cuban Revolution leader recalls US-backed terrorist acts against Cuba, including the bombing of the Cubana airliner in 1976, and points out that “it is not possible to understand why the illustrious Nobel Laureate heading the US administration takes pleasure in reiterating the stupid idea that Cuba is a terrorist country.” Fidel also includes in his article an unpublished message sent to him and to Raul Castro by anti-terrorist fighter Rene Gonzalez. Continue reading

Reflections by Comrade Fidel: The Will of Steel (Part Two)

When in 1976 the most serious acts of terrorism against Cuba took place, especially the destruction of a Cuban airliner in mid-flight that had taken off from Barbados with 73 persons onboard – including pilots, flight attendants and auxiliary personnel who were providing their noble services on that airline, the complete youth team that had obtained all the gold medals that were being contested at the Central American and Caribbean Fencing Championship, passengers from Cuba and other countries who were travelling full of confidence in that plane – the facts caused such great indignation that during the wake held at Revolution Square the most extraordinary and overflowing crowd ever seen came together and we have photographic records of this. Continue reading