The New York Times’ reporting of the death of Fidel Castro, the communist revolutionary and dictator of Cuba, reads more like a celebration of the man’s life than the reporting of a dead enemy of America.
Other mainstream media reporters are doing the same, with journalists hailing Castro for his “achievements” and comparing him to figures like George Washington.
In reality, Castro was a ruthless tyrant who brought the diabolical communist specter of the Soviet Union’s communism to the Western Hemisphere, and a mere 90 miles from the shores of the United States. Now, after a long wait, Cuba’s state-run television has announced the death of Castro at the age of 90.
Cuban exiles who came to America to escape the terror of Castro’s communism, once the word of Castro’s death reached the shores of Florida, poured into Miami’s streets to celebrate. Cuba has been reluctant to announce Castro’s death, but the news of the death of the despised dictator did eventually spread across Havana, and ultimately, the world.
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