Three Faces of the Revolution

As we have demonstrated so many times, the Protestant Revolt of the sixteenth century, the French Revolution, and the Communist Revolution constitute the three phases of the same immense movement, united in spirit, objectives and even methods. By analyzing the … Continue reading

Francis, the Nuncio, and the Tyrant

In one of the most significant symbolic moves of Vatican Ostpolitik favoring Cuban communism, Pope Francis received tyrant Raul Castro in an ambience of mutual smiles and cordiality, shaking his blood-stained hands and asking the communist chieftain for prayers. This … Continue reading

The Castro Brothers’ Paradise

Cuba has long been hailed as a “socialist workers paradise.” It is anything but that. Instead it is a nightmare for workers and a fairytale dream for Raul and Fidel Castro, who have ruled the island prison for over fifty … Continue reading

The Price Tag for Removing the Cuban Embargo

Communist Cuba demands almost $117 billion from the United States for damages. The exact amount is $116,860,000,000. That is what Cuban-American journalist Carlos Alberto Montaner says Cuba is billing the U.S. for the damages caused by the American embargo. How … Continue reading

Castroism without Castro

The Havana Archdiocesan Magazine Comes All Out in Defense of Castro In its magazine Espacio Laical (No. 230, May 2013), the Archdiocese of Havana has come out stronger than ever in defense of the Cuban regime and its nefarious Communist … Continue reading

Cuba’s Health Care Utopia Crumbles

Liberal socialistic politicians consistently promise utopia and deliver misery. One way they do this is by pointing to “successful” programs in socialist nations as models for American problems. Cuba’s wonderful universal health care program has been one of these models … Continue reading

Chinese Communists Need “Learning Classes”

The Union of Catholic Asian News has reported that Coadjutor Bishop Peter Shaos Zhumin of Wenzhou and his chancellor Father Paul Jiang Sunian were kidnapped this week and forced to attend state run “learning classes.” Local Church sources quoted government … Continue reading

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