>Feature: Transnistrian state media congratulates Castro on his 80th birthday celebration, and lauds Latin America’s neo-communist states

>The Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (or Transnistria), like Belarus and Moldova, is a little oasis of overt communism in the Not-So-Former Soviet Union. Breakthrough, a political group in Transnistria, recently dispatched a joyful missive, below, to Comrade Fidel on the occasion of his 80th birthday celebration. It is not clear whether this organization affiliates with one of Transnistria’s two communist parties–one of which in turn associates with the restored Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Olvia, it should be remarked, is the state media agency of Transnistria.

In any event, it is obvious, yet again, that Soviet communists are closely watching the red tide spread across Latin America. If you feel like partying with Comrade Fidel, check out Granma, the official publication of the Communist Party of Cuba.

As for the retro-Soviet symbolism of Transnistrian officialdom, don’t take it seriously, according to US investment manager Kevin Stillmock, who likes to hang out in the internationally unrecognized state: “The true Communists today don’t openly advertise it. If you use the old Communist symbols, you do so for nostalgia only. The real Communists have moved beyond the symbology, with the most canny operators hiding behind a different set of colors these days.” Thanks for the heads up, Kevin.

The Young People of Pridnestrovia Congratulate Fidel Castro on His Birthday
November 29, 2006

Solemn ceremonies in honor of the 80th birthday of the leader of the Cuban revolution, Fidel Castro, have begun in Cuba. In these ceremonies, which are taking place in Havana, more than 1,300 well-known peace workers from 67 countries are participating.

In 1953 Fidel Castro raised the banner of the nation’s revolutionary fight for the overthrow of pro-American dictator Batista. He was subjected to arrest, torture, tribunal, prison, and expulsion. In 1956 he led the Cuban revolution. The group of revolutionaries headed by Fidel, which landed in the small yacht “Granma” in the province of the same name, very rapidly expanded into an insurgent army and advanced partisan warfare against the dictatorial regime.

On January 1, 1959 democratic forces headed by Fidel Castro assumed authority in Cuba. During the long decades Castro has been the flag officer of the fight against the yoke of the USA on the American continent. In these years the Republic of Cuba, which repelled the aggression of the US mercenaries in 1961, became the most reliable friend of the Soviet Union.

Fidel Castro did not roll up the banner of the fight even after the USSR collapsed, when the new Russia, surviving difficult times, lost the ability to render aid to fraternal Cuba. After proclaiming the slogan “Socialism or death!” Fidel Castro remained at his post. The people of Cuba continue to believe and trust in Castro. The fight has not been in vain. Today, throughout the entirety of Latin America, people’s democratic forces are assuming power–in Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua, and Ecuador. The Latin American continent is throwing off the geopolitical dictates of the USA and the yoke of transnational corporations. This process will not stop. The revolution, begun with Fidel, continues.

NDP and MMK “Breakthrough” congratulate Fidel Castro on his birthday and wish him strength and energy for the good of the revolution.

6 responses to “>Feature: Transnistrian state media congratulates Castro on his 80th birthday celebration, and lauds Latin America’s neo-communist states

  1. mah29001 December 1, 2006 at 10:21 pm

    >Castro’s job for his Communist masters in Beijing and Moscow is to use Latin America and surround America with enemies via democratic process.

  2. perrediano December 2, 2006 at 12:03 am

    >FIDEL CASTRO ESTA MUERTO aqui esta su fotohttp://fcubafidelcastro.blogspot.com/

  3. mah29001 December 2, 2006 at 12:26 am

    >I would also advise you to investigate how Communist groups have taken over victims’ rights groups for wars waged by non-Communist dictators in Latin America. I mean if it’s so simple for a Communist to overthrow a non-Communist dictatorship, there can only be one obvious reason is that the Communists know the dictatorial apparatus of non-Communist dictators and thereby would enable them to infiltrate the targeted non-Communist society along with taking over victims’ rights groups for the wars to which the non-Communist tyrants have waged.One example includes Augusto Pinochet who has become a favorite propaganda target among the Communist controlled “peace” movement to which Pinochet was ousted by the Chilean Communist Party allied with Cuban and Soviet intelligence agencies. Communists also would use these sort of tactics to incorperate their comrades into non-Communist governments quite similar to what as happen in El Salvador and even Nepal.

  4. mah29001 December 3, 2006 at 5:09 am

    >I have done some profiles of the Cuban created Black Power movement. Interestly though not that a big of a surprise, the White Power movement which collaborated with the Black Power movement is openly more closely linked with Libya than Cuba.It should also be wise to keep a watch on Hugo Chavez and his close relations with the Black Power movement in America and I have been noticing that Libya is indeed the long arm in the White Power movement in the Western world.

  5. mah29001 December 3, 2006 at 5:11 am

    >Perhaps I forgot to mention you could probably add Charles Barron, New York Council Member to the Western Leftie Propaganda category, but have the (pro-Chavez/pro-Mugabe) attached to that fellow considered he is exploiting tensions between the African-American community and New York City despite that the police force that were involved in the incident were multi-ethnic consitenting of black, Hispanic, white and others.

  6. mah29001 December 3, 2006 at 9:55 pm

    >Sorry if I’m making so many comments right here. But you should probably add Cindy Sheehan’s group to the Western Leftie Propaganda category as Sheehan herself is quite fond of Chavez as well as Castro. So you might want to add (pro-Chavez/pro-Castro) next to Sheehan’s group.

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