[video] Inside Call of Duty: Black Ops (Mega Hit Video Game Wants You To Kill Fidel Castro)

This game has taken over and killing Fidel Castro is the main focus of this first person shooter video game that is flying off the shelves.

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via CNN

By some estimates, “Black Ops” had the biggest five-day opening in revenue of any entertainment debut in history.

The “Call of Duty” games generally feature compelling, cinematic storylines. In “Black Ops,” soldiers are tasked with assassinating Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

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Fidel Asks “How Can We Help President Obama?”



via LA Times

How’s this for hope and change: U.S. officials flying to Cuba, not to interrogate prisoners at Guantanamo Bay but to meet with the Castro brothers in order to ease the 50-year tensions between the two nations.

The aging, ailing, cigar-smoking icon Fidel Castro had three members of Congress visit with him today in Havana, which resulted in the bearded one asking, “How can we help President Obama?”  In an effort to improve the relationship between Cuba and the U.S., Reps. Barbara Lee (D-Oakland), Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) and Emanuel Cleaver II (D-Mo.) were the first U.S. officials to meet with the 82-year-old former dictator since his intestinal surgery in July 2006.

Greg Adams of the U.S. Interests Section in Havana confirmed that the three members of the Congressional Black Caucus met with Castro, who handed the communist torch to his brother Raul in early 2007. Cuban state television is expected to release more details of the meeting tonight, Adams said. Continue reading

Castro Feels Good About Obama

Cuba Argentina 

via My Way

HAVANA (AP) – Fidel Castro watched the U.S. inauguration on television and said Wednesday that Barack Obama seems “like a man who is absolutely sincere,” Argentina’s president said after meeting with the ailing Cuban icon. “Fidel believes in Obama,” Cristina Fernandez said.

The meeting with Fernandez, just before she ended a four-day visit to Cuba, dispelled persistent rumors that the 82-year-old Castro had suffered a stroke or lapsed into a coma in recent days.

“I was with Fidel about an hour or more,” she told reporters at the airport as she left. “We were chatting, conversing. He looked good.”

Fernandez said Castro wore the track suit that has become his trademark since he fell ill in July 2006 and vanished from public view. A spokesman said the two met alone. Continue reading

Castro defends athlete who kicked judge in face

via Breitbart

Fidel Castro on Monday defended the Cuban taekwondo athlete who kicked a referee in the face at the Beijing Olympics, saying Angel Matos was rightfully indignant over his disqualification from the bronze-medal match.

Taekwondo officials want Matos and his coach banned for life from the sport. But Castro expressed “our total solidarity” for both Matos and his coach Leudis Gonzalez.

Matos was winning 3-2 in the second round when he fell to the mat after being hit by his opponent, Kazakhstan’s Arman Chilmanov, and was disqualified for taking more than his one minute of injury time.

Matos angrily questioned the call, pushed a judge and then pushed and kicked referee Chakir Chelbat of Sweden, who needed stiches to repair his lip. Matos then spat on the floor and was escorted out.


Photoshop Wars:Republicans Attack Obama Wit Phony Castro Ad

Source: Tampa Bay Blog

I thought this type of stuff was only seen in Hip Hop beefs like 50 Cent and Fat Joe. I guess the Republicans are willing to engage in the same type of Photoshop Wars we saw a couple months back with the aforementioned rappers. Read the press release below:

For Immediate Release
May 28, 2008
Miami, FL- Today, the Republican Party sent out a photoshopped image of Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro embracing a poster of Senator Barack Obama.

Joe Garcia made the following statement:

“At a time when our nation faces true challenges, I am appalled that the Republican Party would use a doctored image of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro to scare voters. This is the Diaz-Balart style of politics that uses the suffering of the Cuban people to avoid addressing important issues affecting families in our community, such as the rising cost of fuel and lack of funding for schools.”

Amy Araya, a spokesperson for the campaign, made the following statement:
“The Republicans should know better than to use photoshop to play on the stereotype that our elderly are misinformed and easily scared. Cuban-Americans are smarter and deserve better than this from the party that currently occupies the oval office.”