As Cuban dictator Fidel Castro began speaking to a crowd he had gathered Tuesday in front of the official U.S. mission building in Havana, the U.S. mission lit up an electronic message on the fifth floor that startled the tyrant.
The sign said, in 5-foot-high Spanish words:
"No man is good enough to govern another man without that other’s consent." Abraham Lincoln.
En español: "Ningún hombre es lo suficientemente bueno para gobernar a otros sin su consentimiento."
The despot had been punked! It was as if Lincoln had held up devil’s horns behind Castro’s unelected pig head.
Then another message appeared:
"Only in totalitarian societies do governments talk at their people and never listen."
Castro shook with anger. He called the American officials "cockroaches" for displaying the embarrassing truth. He turned a brilliant humiliated-Communist red.
As Castro’s nemesis Babalu said when he heard about the incident, "BWUHAHAHAHA!!!!! OH MAN I ABSOLUTELY FREAKEN LOVE IT!!!!"
That was two days ago. Yesterday, Castro ordered his slaves to build a wall of flags in front of the U.S. mission to shield the Cuban people from another democratic thought.
Fascista amargo. What a bitter fascist this Castro is. He really should get a sense of humor. Loosen up. Hold an election. Ask for consent. Ha!
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