The US might have harboured the intention that Fidel’s departure would facilitate the process for a counter-revolutionary period in Cuba. However, the Cuban Revolution was always bigger than Fidel.
Meanwhile the West is facing demons of its own making as victims of ‘sexual reassignment surgery’ want to change back to their original selves.
Democracy – as experienced – too often has become the institutional tool to smother smouldering anger, Alastair Crooke writes.
Is it really wise to award hero status upon pubescent teens over their sexual orientation, which is oftentimes confused at best?