Castro is at it again, threatening our President with his thuggish language and defiant tyranny:
Fidel Castro wrote Tuesday U.S. President George W. Bush is threatening the world with nuclear war and famine — an attack on Washington a day before the White House plans to announce new plans to draw Cuba away from communism.
“The danger of a massive world famine is aggravated by Mr. Bush’s recent initiative to transform foods into fuel,” Castro wrote in Cuban news media, referring to U.S. support for using corn and other food crops to produce gasoline substitutes.
The brief essay titled “Bush, Hunger and Death” also alleged that Bush “threatens humanity with World War III, this time using atomic weapons.”
Ethanol endangers the world. Sure. Right.
The man belongs in a straitjacket. He’s been bent on destroying the world since 1959. Why he hasn’t been killed by his own people yet is beyond me. Luckily, America now has a prison fit for tyrants and terrorists of his ilk. It’s also close to home, for Fidel.
Everyone in Cuba is pretty sick of Castro and his antics by now. Most of them have chafed under his tranny this entire time. The man who accuses our beloved President of trying to start World War II was, himself, the man who helped Kruschev shake a pointy nuclear stick at us for those terrible weeks in 1962 when Kennedy’s weakness was put on display for all.
It’s not as if Cuba has the ability to resist us. Send an ambulance of men with nets and tranquilizers to Castro’s house, nab him, and drive him back to the nuthouse prison in Guantanamo. It’s the best thing for him, and the best thing for the rest of us.