Joyanna Adams

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Ding Dong…Castro is Dead!

Nobody’s Opinion

Castro. Castro is dead. Yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

Ding Dong the Witch is Dead. Which old Witch? The Castro Witch!

Ding Dong the Wicked Witch is Dead!

Okay. WHY did we not just take over Cuba when we had the chance? (Nobody Knows)

My memories of Castro are, like many Americans, bits and pieces of how he effected OUR lives here in America.

As many of you don’t know, I grew up in Naples, Florida. And in my grade school, two of my favorite people were children whose parents had escaped Castro. Believe it…when I say, that the people of Florida welcomed the people of Cuba back in the sixties.  They were hard-working and so appreciative of America, that they wanted to become Americans. They were polite. Happy. A happy people.

I remember, in my 4th grade class, there was a young Cuban named Patricia. She spoke English very well, and always got high grades. Everybody spoke of her because she had only been in America two years, and studied so hard, so hard that she was at the top of her class. 

And then, there was Oscar. Oscar Gonzales. He was…my hero. You see, there was a boy named Burt, who LOVED to punch me in the 4th grade. In the arm mostly, every chance he got. I would go home every day with bruises from this guy. castro-and-obama

 Oscar was older by a year or two, and one day, when the teacher was out of the room, Burt punched me a little too hard, and Oscar jumped him. Desks were thrown everywhere, but Oscar got the better of the guy. It was the first, and the last time, a guy ever got into a fist fight over me. (LOL.)

Actually, I always prevented them after that. I was good at saying, “NO…calm down. Do NOT hit that guy. Let’s go.”

I was always nice to Oscar. I still have a painting he gave me that he drew of his hometown in Cuba…it hangs on the wall in one of my rooms.

Even the kids back then knew, that the Cuban people were escaping terrible things that were being done to them by Castro.

And then, there was the time when my father was digging a bunker in the back yard during the Cuban Missile Crisis. That, was scary. The “duck under your desk!” was stupid.

Even I knew it was stupid.

The Cuban people are so different from the Mexicans. I’m not sure how to explain it, but they would never attack America. They did not want handouts. They were proud. They were…grateful. cuba-and-castro

The Hispanics today, from South America, are so different. And that’s because they don’t come here to escape their countries, they come here to get the free welfare, education, and all the goodies that they can collect.

Remember Little Elian? Can you see Donald Trump giving back little Elian, whose mother DIED to get him to freedom BACK to Castro?

Right. No.

Castro, was a monster. And he reminds me a lot of Obama. Obama would fit perfectly in Cuba.

It would be as if Castro never left. (Not many golf courses in Cuba)

Which leads me to this: Castro managed to stay in power for so long…that the fact that only Donald Trump called him out for what he was, is pretty scary when you think about it.

The leaders of the world, let’s face it, thought Castro did great things for his people.  

Even the Pope is sad. Leaders all over the world should have been celebrating, but no. They are all becoming Marxists.

There is more socialism and communism in the world now, than when I was in the 4th grade.  How it got that way is beyond me.

The communists just keep on working.

They are trying to downplay the celebrations in Miami on the news. Pity. The liberal media, show instead, the ‘grief’ of the Cuban people. 

In the end, it’s good thing. Ding, Dong. FINALLY.

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November 28, 2016 - Posted by | tyranny |

1 Comment »

  1. I have often written about my experiences in Africa where we were sold out by people we considered our friends. Go figure and am glad to see the back of this lad.

    Like

    Comment by spookmoor | November 28, 2016 | Reply


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