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Commander Fidel "attended for a while to the Mass" in Barbados.
Sunday, December 4, 2016

Thus Fidel was dismissed on December 4 in Barbados, before arriving to his sacred site in St. Iphigenia, in Santiago de Cuba. The solidarity movement´s friends made him, like his brother in the struggle Chavez, the two undefeated Commanders, not to go, as "he was attending for a while to the Mass." In the Baptist Spiritual Apostolic Church, in Ealing Grove, Christ Church, Bridgetown, a second Book of Condolences was also signed. And on our side, without thinking twice, consistent with the stridency of the liturgical canticles combined with the excellent oratorical pieces of social leaders, politicians, legislators, priests, people of town, we greet you with a firm voice “Commander in Chief” , which, like a spring and standing, was answered by all members of the Cuban State Mission ... “¡Order!”. And to the Barbadian community which welcomed him, we thanked for the gesture with the favorite greeting of our people these days: Until Victory for Ever!


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Thank Giving’s Barbadian friends devoted to Fidel
Sunday, December 4, 2016

Summoned by the Pan-African Movement, the Mass was held at the Christ Church Baptist Church, hosted by Reverend Doyre Onkphra Welch, President of the Panafricanist Coalition of Barbados, presided over by Bishop Malcolm Babb. Social segments express their messages in solidarity with the Cuban Revolution and its historic leader. The Cuban Ambassador, accompanied by all the members of the Cuban State Mission, thanked for the special show of solidarity, highlighted several important aspects of the Commander-in-Chief's legacy. Among the political and social figures present were several Members of the Barbados Labor Party (BLP) Parliament, whose spokesmen were Member of Parliament Trevor Prescod, President of the Israel Lovell Cultural Foundation and Senator Wilfred Abrahams; David Comissiong and Bobby Clarke, leaders of the Clement Payne Movement; David Denny, President of the Barbados - Cuba Friendship Association; Mirna Belgrave for the pan-African brothers among other prominent figures, opinion leaders and information operators.


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All Cubans in Barbados subscribe to the concept of Revolution expressed by Fidel.
Friday, December 2, 2016

The Cuban Embassy in Barbados, including the brigade of sports coaches who collaborate with the government of this brother country, jointly signed the Oath that supports the concept of Revolution presented by the Leader of the Cuban Revolution on May 1, 2000, which is the Better homage that the Cuban people could pay tribute to his legacy: "Revolution is a sense of the historical moment, it is to change everything that must be changed, it is full equality and freedom, it is to be treated and to treat others as human beings, it is to emancipate ourselves and with our own efforts, it is to defy powerful dominant forces in and outside the social and national sphere, is to defend values in which is believed at the price of any sacrifice, is modesty, disinterest, altruism, solidarity and heroism, is to fight with audacity, intelligence and realism, is not to lie or ever violate It is a profound conviction that there is no force in the world capable of crushing the force of ideas. Revolution is unity, it is independence, it is to fight for our dreams of justice for Cuba and for the world, which is the basis of our Patriotism, our socialism and our internationalism. " UNTIL VICTORY FOR EVER, COMMANDER !!!


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Venezuela and Cuba! Bolivar and Martí! The Great Homeland with Fidel!
Wednesday, November 30, 2016

The Head of Mission of Venezuela in Barbados and all his team, without exception, officials and workers without distinction, were spurred for our State Mission - including, of course, the sports coaches that collaborate in the country - in these days of commitment and pain, of Arduous work during the countless hours that fueled the revolutionary spirit of the children Marti called "Our America" and which Bolivar identified as "the Homeland is America." That is why, without ending anything because the struggle continues, the Cubans return to Martí and with him we say: "I will give Venezuela what to serve her: she has a son in me." The anti-imperialist battle wanted the two brightest disciples of the two heroes to coincide in life, as if to show that their sword and united thought still have much to do in Latin America and the Caribbean. Until Victory for Ever, Unbeaten Commanders! Long live Chávez! Long live Fidel!


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President of the Palestine´s Solidarity Committee to sign the Book of Condolences
Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Prominent lawyer Lalu Hanuman, President of the Solidarity Committee with Palestine in Barbados and founding member of the Caribbean Chapter of the Network In Defense of Humanity, signed the Book of Condolences on the death of the Leader of the Cuban Revolution. In his message he extolled the figure of Fidel as an anti-imperialist warrior who bravely faced the American empire. He also emphasized that his internationalism and his sense of social justice are a source of popular inspiration.


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