onsdag, februari 20, 2008

Utomjordingar finns - vi skickar dem till Kuba!

När man jobbar på en lokaltidning känns det inte helt ok att skriva två utrikesledare på en vecka, även om det faktiskt vore berättigat. Castro fick därför stryka på foten till förmån för lite mer lokala angelägenheter.

Även om jag är en smula efter så måste jag ändå reflektera lite över den gamle ledarens avgång. Ibland kan jag förundras över hur olika världsbild jag och exempelvis en kommunist, kan ha. Man kan tro att den ena av oss är adopterad av rymdvarelser och bara på tillfälliga visiter i landet sverige.

De största UFO:na måste ändå vara medlemmarna av Svensk-kubanska vänskapsföreningen. Eller kanske ännu värre, de rymdvarelser som jobbar på tidskriften Kuba.

Ett litet smakprov:

Kuba går in på sitt 50e revolutionsår. För den pågår ständigt, allt som behöver förändras, förändras hela tiden. I början av 90-talet drabbades Kuba av ekonomisk katastrof när sovjetblocket kollapsade och USAs ekonomiska, terror- och propagandakrigföring trappades upp. Det ledde till landsomfattande diskussioner om hur de skulle ta sig ur krisen.

Land och folk har överlevt och den ekonomiska tillväxten tillhör nu de högsta i Latinamerika. Nu är det dags igen för grundliga, omfattande, självkritiska diskussioner om hur gå vidare med revolutionen. För krispolitiken har fört med sig nya materiella problem och en vardagskorruption i den dubbla valutans och turismens spår.

Man blir matt. Svenska staten borde subventionera utflyttning till Kuba, förhoppningsvis skulle sverige bli en och annan revolutionskramande kommunist fattigare. På köpet skulle de bli en och annan hjärncell klokare. Det känns som ett vettigt sätt att använda skattemedel.

4 kommentarer:

Anonym sa...

jag tror att det mest svenskar och västerläningar som tycker som du lilla vän...

Latin American progressive leaders reiterated that the Cuban revolution does not depend on a person, but who is an historical process. The announcement of the Cuban chief executive, Fidel Castro, that he will not accept the position of President of the Council of State, has had an ample repercussion in Latin America, where presidents and tops civil employees of progressive governments emphasized that the socialist project and the carried out revolutionary process by his people is till in march.
Some, like Brazilian president, Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva made votes so that the international community leaves the cubans "take care of what they want in policy" This Tuesday, Lula assured that "the legend continues", because Fidel is "the only alive myth in the history of humanity, and I believe that he constructed that with much competition, much character and much force of will". After praising the revolutionary leader and remembering his visit to Brazil in 1989, when Lula lost the elections before Fernando Collor de Mello, the Brazilian chief executive thought that the Cubans "have sufficient maturity to solve their problems without interferences, neither Brazilian nor (North) American". "We are going to leave the cubans take care of what they want in policy", he added, in declarations to Brazilian New Agencies.

In Buenos Aires, sources of the Argentine Chancellery said to state new agency Télam that " it is not a surprising new", but that "it was an awaited decision, since for more than a year and means that Fidel did not exert the effective Presidency of the country". Also, the Chancellery indicated that Argentina "will kindly follow" the political processes that may occur in this new stage and makes votes so that this one becomes a pacific transition and respects for the decisions of the Cuban people”.

In La Paz, the president of Bolivia, Evo Moral, catalogued like a democratic gesture the decision of the Cuban chief executive, to who he described like "an historical leader". his direction, "surely will make much lack to the social movements, to the peoples that fight for deep transformations in different countries around the world", considered Morales. "Surely we will feel an anti-imperialist revolutionary leader, a leader who mainly fight for its people and the people of the world, from the moment at which he requests to the National Assembly of Cuba that does not choose him again like President, because that is most democratic".
On the other hand the vice-president of Bolivia, Alvaro Garcia Linera, emphasized that the Cuban revolution does not depend on a person, but that it is an historical process ". "We understand the reasons why Fidel Castro had taken this decision and we are sure that the bonds with the Cuban State, with the Cuban people, the Cuban Government will stay in the same level of cordiality, of mutual respect as they develop until today", Garci'a Linera expressed.
Central America: revolution continues In Managua, the Nicaraguan chancellor, Samuel Santos, expressed the first official reaction of the government of Daniel Ortega and the Sandinista Front of Liberacio'n Nacional (FSLN). Santos assured this Tuesday in Managua that Fidel Castro retires like "a giant". Fidel Castro has been a giant and he resigns like a giant. That man has been and is one of the greater personalities in the history of humanity ", affirmed Santos ,after presiding over an act in Managua.
In San Salvador, the Front Farabundo Martí for Liberacio'n Nacional (FMLN) considered that Fidel Castro "has not resigned" and that Cuba "will maintain the trajectory of the revolutionary process". The spokesman of this party, Sigfrido Reyes, added that that decision will cause a "vitality" to the political process of the Caribbean island, that now will impel a new generation of leaders. "the Cuban revolution is in hands, increasingly, of new leaders who are relieving generations of the same revolution that has been forming them and who are guarantee of the continuity of the process", he expressed Reyes. He considered that this event does not have to be interpreted like "chaotic transition" and that rather represents "the continuity of a political trajectory".
Respect and gratefulness In Tegucigalpa, the president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, expressed on the other hand his "respect" by the announcement done by his homologous in Cuba and thanked for the aid in education and health that the Cuban Government offers this Central American country. " We respect the decisions that they (the Cubans) take, on our part we recognized those decisions by independent and sovereign nation as it is Cuba ", the Honduran chief executive said. "I have always been respectful of the decisions of the different countries, of the different people", reiterated. Zelaya declared that "there are many examples" of the aid of Cuba for Honduras, like the "students who obtain their title from doctors in Cuba and, in addition, Cuban teachers and doctors who help us here at moments of emergency, that we are thankful".
In Caracas, the Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez, emphasized that it is not a resignation, "Fidel have not resigned to anything or leave nothing, but that advances his decision to open to other companions, before the possibility of re-election ", he declared during the inauguration of a hospital in the capital. Also he described the Cuban people as "heroic people" that has to assimilate "the lack of Fidel for health reasons. He has demonstrated that the revolution does not depend on a person ". Finally, the Mexican chancellery described the Cuban chief executive as “outstanding actor in the international scene occurring in the last century” and expressed their desires so that he can follow a quick recovery.

Anonym sa...

Även kommunister kan tydligen vara "lilla vän" med unga tjejer som är smartare än de själva - trots allt snack om feminism

vänsterwiki sa...

Svensk-Kubanska är riktigt vettiga om man ställer deras åsikter vid sidan av ett par andra idioter som ännu inte är inlåsta på Karsudden.

Anonym sa...

Jag hoppas verklgen att Svensk-Kubanska föreningen ställs tills svars i framtiden (när regimen förhoppningsvis är borta) för alla vidrigheter på Kuba som de har förnekat...

Henrik, liberal i Göteborg