Some blacks applaud Castro legacy of racial equality

The comments of civil rights leaders on the death of Fidel Castro are very interesting. Check out these observations from Jesse Jackson and Sam Riddle:

“While Castro unfortunately denied many political freedoms, he at the same time did establish many economic freedoms — education and health care,” Jackson said. “He changed the world. While we may not agree with all of Castro’s actions, we can accept his lesson that where there is oppression there must be resistance.” “It was Fidel who fought for the human rights for black Cubans,” said Riddle, political director of the Michigan Chapter of the National Action Network. “Many Cubans are as black as any black who worked the fields of Mississippi or lived in Harlem. He believed in medical care and education for his people.”

If you ever wondered what type of society civil rights activists want, look no further than Communist Cuba, where EVERYONE is equally miserable (except the ruling elite). After all, socialism is nothing but systematized envy, and civil rights, critical race theory, and social justice are theories and movements supporting racialized socialism, with Blacks, Latinos, or LGBTs taking the place of the proletariat. So when you hear someone blabbering about the next step in the sacred name of “civil rights,” you know what their actual goal is.

From the Rebellion Blog Original Story