Fidel Castro Warns of US-Iran War

Fidel Castro. Photo: Prensa Latina 2009

HAVANA TIMES, June 28 — Former Cuban President Fidel Castro sent out a warning on Sunday about a possible US-Israeli conflict with Iran that would bring unfathomable consequences.  Reports last week of US and Israeli warship movements brought on the statement by Castro.

“I am neither a prophet nor a fortune teller. Nobody told me a word of what was to happen.  It has all been the result of what I today describe as a logical reasoning,” he said.

“I have absolutely no doubt that as soon as the American and Israeli warships are deployed –alongside the rest of the American military vessels positioned off the Iranian coasts– and they try to inspect the first merchant ship from that country, there will be a massive launching of missiles in both directions.  At that moment exactly the terrible war will begin.  It’s not possible to estimate how many vessels will be sunk or from what country,” warned Fidel Castro.

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3 thoughts on “Fidel Castro Warns of US-Iran War

  • Dear Fidel,

    Thanks for the alarm bell.

    Now, if you would simply cure the bureaucratic problems of Cuban state socialism, and provide a model of workable socialism for the peoples of the world, we could get rid of monopoly capitalism and be done with its horrors of war, debt, poverty and environmental devastation.

    Your friend, Humanity

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