Fidel Castro was one of the great dictators of the 20th Century. His crime spree stretched 50 years and knew no bounds. He turned Cuba into his personal hacienda - modeled after the old sugar plantations - and then proceeded to open concentration camps and slave rings. Castro was responsible for starting and/or prolonging multiple wars and was also one of the world's leading smugglers of conflict diamonds, ivory, and cocaine.
This episode of The Agora is designed to give libertarians who have general, conversational knowledge about this cockroach, a deeper understanding of his pathetic excuse for a life.
The Kangaroo Trial of General Arnaldo Ochoa:
The only good thing to come out of the Cuban revolution was the music. If you enjoy the songs below, be sure to check this out.
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